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In the wilderness without gods, write poems that cover the heavens and earth: a review of Hua Qing’s the garden of symbolism

  • Haibin ZhangEmail author
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Abstract

This article starts from Hua Qing’s writing and criticism practice. It reviews the connection of Hua Qing’s “Ascending Poetry” and “Returning Home Poetry” with Chinese traditional classic poetry and German existentialism, thus showing a process of and intention for ontological life poetics through mutual authentication between poetry and criticism.

Keywords

Ascending poetry Returning home poetry Ontological life poetics Mutual authentication 

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Acknowledgements

Sponsored by the program of the Reach and International Influence of Contemporary Chinese Culture (program No. 16ZDA218).

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Beijing Normal UniversityBeijingChina

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