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Introduction to Xu Zhimo|江南才子 徐志摩記 © SRT (7)

作者:聶麗先、張穎 时间:2022-11-8 18:34:19 点击:

  核心提示: This is the seventhepisode of 'Exploring Jiaxing', contributed by the SRT members--Nie Lixian (Koni...

This is the seventh episode of "Exploring Jiaxing", contributed by the SRT members--Nie Lixian (Konieh) and Zhang Ying (Edith). In this episode, Xu Zhimo, a Chinese romantic poet, will be introduced. 

Xu Zhimo (徐志摩, 15 January 1897 – 19 November 1931), was born in Haining, Zhejiang and graduated from Hangzhou High School, a school known for its fame in Southern China. He married Zhang Youyi in 1915 and proceeded to attend Peiyang University in 1916 (now Tianjin University) to study law. In 1917, he moved to Peking University (PKU) due to the law department of Peiyang University merging into PKU. In 1918, he traveled to the United States to earn his bachelor's degree at Clark University in Worcester, Massachusetts, where he took up a major in political and social sciences, along with a minor in history. Shortly afterward, he enrolled at Columbia University in New York to pursue a graduate degree in economics and politics in 1919. He left New York in 1921, having found the States "intolerable", to go study in England at King's College, Cambridge, where he fell in love with English Romantic poetry like that of Keats and Shelley. He was also influenced by the French romantic and symbolist poets, some of whose works he translated into Chinese. In 1922 he returned to China and became a leading figure of the modern poetry movement. In 1923, he founded the Crescent Moon Society, a Chinese literary society that was part of the larger New Culture Movement, believing in "art for art's sake" and often engaging in running debates with the "art for politic's sake"  League of the Left-Wing Writers. When the Bengali poet Rabindranath Tagore visited China, Xu Zhimo served as one of his oral interpreters. Xu was also renowned for his use of vernacular Chinese; he was one of the first Chinese writers to successfully naturalize Western romantic forms into modern Chinese poetry. He worked as an editor and professor at several schools before his death on 19 November 1931, dying in a plane crash near Tai'an, Shandong while flying on a Stinson Detroiter from Nanjing to Beijing. He left behind four collections of verse and several volumes of translations from various languages. He is considered one of the most important figures of modern Chinese poetry.

From Wikipedia

Introduction to Xu Zhimo ©Exploring Jiaxing, SRT (Created by Nie Lixian and Zhang Ying; Sponsored by Jiaxing University, Project Code: CD8517211398)

說明:

本片為大學生研究訓練(SRT)計畫專案『嘉興人文文化英語微視頻設計與對外傳播研究』之第七集——江南才子 徐志摩記。項目代碼:CD8517211398。本集攝影製作:

聶麗先(Konieh):配音、字幕

張穎(Edith):拍攝、剪輯

視頻內容

1. Xu Zhimo's Memorial Hall (紀念館)

2. Xu Zhimo's Former Residence (故居)

3. Xu Zhimo's Poem Appreciation (詩歌欣賞)

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