The Redefining of the “Yuanjia Style”

Yaoqing SUN


In the theme, “Yuanjia style” is focused on the creation of landscape poetry; in the shape, it pursues length of content, mainly focused on the five characters sentence and pay attention to dual and rhyme; in the style, it shows dense, gorgeous, delicate, risk and other characteristics.


Theme; Form; Style

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