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Author Chen, John Z. Ming, author.

Title Canadian-daoist poetics, ethics, and aesthetics : an interdisciplinary and cross-cultural study / John Z. Ming Chen, Yuhua Ji.

Published Heidelberg : Springer, 2016.
©2016

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Physical description 1 online resource.
Series Springer English/International eBooks 2016 - Full Set
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references.
Contents Daoism and Canadian Literature Foreword; Works Cited; A Note on Standardization; Daoism and World Literature Series Preface; Works Cited; Acknowledgments; Contents; Chapter 1: Introduction; Works Cited; Chapter 2: Malcolm Lowry and the Dao; 2.1 The Rich Meanings of the Re-invented Tao; 2.2 The Yin/Yang Paradigm and Multiple Applications; 2.3 Reversal of Values and Views; Works Cited; Chapter 3: Fred Cogswell's Paradoxical Poetics of Suggestive Silence, Elaboration, and the Dao's Nature and Rhythms; 3.1 The Paradox of Dao(ing): To Speak or Not to Speak, That Is the Question
3.2 Dao-ing (In/And), Circles/Cycles/ReturnWorks Cited; Chapter 4: Lu Fo: Fusing Western and Daoist Poetics; 4.1 Preamble; 4.2 Critical Deficiencies in the Study of Daoist Elements and Poetics in Lo Fu's Poetry; 4.3 Our Approach, New Findings, Biographical Notes, and Textual Analysis of Driftwood; 4.4 Conclusion: Back(ward) to the Future?; Works Cited; Chapter 5: Paul Yee's Daoist and Confucian Ethics and Values; 5.1 The Individual and Social Milieu; 5.2 History and/or Her Story; 5.3 The Chinese System of Values: Confucian and Taoist; 5.4 Conclusion; Works Cited
Chapter 6: "The Voyage That Never Ends:" Malcolm Lowry's Taoist Aesthetics of Return/RenewalWorks Cited; Chapter 7: Harmony, Beautiful Balance, and "Fearful Symmetry": Aspects of Fred Cogswell's Yin/Yang Aesthetics; 7.1 Introduction and Critical Deficiencies; 7.2 Yin/Yang Complementarity, Implications, and Applications; 7.3 Yin/Yang and the Reversal of Values/Situations; 7.4 Unity/Fusion, and Balance in/of the Yin/Yang Eco-poetics and Aesthetics; 7.5 Conclusion; Works Cited; Chapter 8: Jacques Derrida and Chuang Tzu: Some Analogies in Their Deconstructionist Discourse on Language and Truth
Works CitedChapter 9: Conclusion; Appendices; Appendix I: Key Published Daoist Books Reviewed; Appendix II: A Glossary: Philosophical, Religious, and Literary Terms in Daoist Studies (Alphabetized in Pinyin, Chinese, and English); Works Cited and Referenced for Appendices I and II
Summary This monograph takes an interdisciplinary and cross-cultural approach to 20th and 21st -century Canadian Daoist poetry, fiction and criticism in comparative, innovative and engaging ways. Of particular interest are the authors' refreshing insights into such holistic and topical issues as the globalization of concepts of the Dao, the Yin/Yang, the Heaven-Earth-Humanity triad, the Four Greats, Five Phases, Non-action, and so on, as expressed in Canadian literature and criticism - which produces Canadian-constructed Daoist poetics, ethics and aesthetics. Readers will come to understand and appreciate the social and ecological significance of, formal innovations, moral sensitivity, aesthetic principles, and ideological complexity in Canadian-Daoist works. .
Other author Ji, Yuhua, author.
SpringerLink issuing body.
Subject Canadian poetry.
Poetics.
Aesthetics.
Electronic books.
Electronic books.
ISBN 9783662479599 electronic bk.
3662479591 electronic bk.
9783662479582
3662479583