From Evolution of Dialect “Huoguo” to Harmonious Essence of Jing-chu Culture

Xiao-hui LI, Min LEI


The purpose of this paper is to study the relationship of language and culture from a typical microscopic perspective of harmonious essence of Jingzhou culture in the evolution of dialect “huoguo” (or: “hodgepodge” ) from which we get the conclusion that language and culture are so highly influenced with each other that the former can not be existed without the latter.
Key words: harmonious essence; Jing-chu culture; huoguo; evolution language and culture
Résumé: Le but de cet article est d'étudier la relation entre la langue et la culture à partir d’une perspective microscopique typique de l’essence harmonieuse de la culture des royaumes Jing et Chu dans l'évolution du dialecte "huoguo" (ou: «fatras») à partir de laquelle nous avons conclu que la langue et la culture sont si fortement influencés l’une par l’autre que la première ne peut pas exister toute seule sans la dernière.
Mots-Clés: essence harmonieuse; la culture des royaumes Jing et Chu; huoguo; évolution de la langue et de la culture

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