National Language Movement- An Indispensable Perspective of Literary Revolution

Juan WANG

Abstract


The development and formation of Mandarin has spawned the emergence of modern Chinese literature. Mandarin and literature are intertwined and inseparable in the process of modern reform. The unity of national language movement requires the affirmation of the important social status of vernacular, and the initiative of “54” vernacular literature resolves the original language elegance of national language movement, making the value pattern of national language movement free from its bondage. From the perspective of Mandarin, we can better recognize some phenomena in the occurrence and development of modern literature. In the process of carding national language movement, we can be more truly aware of the significance of the literary revolution contained in the value concept of Mr. Hu Shi’s vernacular literature.

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Mandarin; National language Movement; Literary revolution

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/10621

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