Shige: The Popular Poetics of Regulated Verse

@article{Wang2004ShigeTP,
  title={Shige: The Popular Poetics of Regulated Verse},
  author={Yugen Wang},
  journal={Tang Studies},
  year={2004},
  volume={2004},
  pages={125 - 81}
}
The shige ~~1~, a now much forgotten genre of popular poetics produced in large numbers during the Tang and the Five Dynasties period, provides valuable information about how poetry and poetic composition were conceived in Tang literary consciousness. The proclaimed goal of this pedagogically motivated and highly technical genre was to help beginning writers understand the formal patterns of poetry by providing them with a set of clearly articulated rules of poetic composition abstracted from… Expand
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