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The Spread of Printed Copies and the Evolution of the View of Poetry in the Song Dynasty

Zhujun Ma, Weiqian Wang


In the process of the evolution of poetic view in the Song Dynasty, in addition to the development process of literature itself, the change of literati perspective, the progress of material life also plays a subtle role in it. This paper attempts to analyze the influence of print dissemination on the poetic view of the literati in the Song Dynasty and the relationship between the two, starting from the large-scale dissemination of engraved prints in the middle and late Northern Song Dynasty and the Southern Song Dynasty.


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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18686/ahe.v7i23.9871