Study on the Qixi Literature Research of the Han and Wei Six Dynasties
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Qixi literature refers to the poetry of Chinese classical literature with the theme of Tanabata or the use of the image of the Cowherd and the Weaver Girl. The Tanabata originated from the celestial body worship. The myths and legends of the Cowherd and the Weaver Girl touched the literati, which produced a large number of Qixi literature. It has become a literary theme with a unique national cultural color in the history of Chinese literature. The poet framed the love story of the Cowherd and the Weaver Girl, and the firm and persistent love story was constructed through words. Especially in the Han and Wei Six Dynasties, the social turmoil and the war were frequent. The literary works of this period were mainly full with pain, sadness and jealousy. The tragic story of the Cowherd and the Weaver Girl in the legend of Qixi is also the projection of the author's own experience and sigh. Therefore, under his own emotional control, the writer has created a seven-day literary work with rich connotations and beautiful charm. The paper mainly discusses the cultural connotation of Zhongqixi in the Han, Wei and Six Dynasties, and interprets the text through the image analysis of Qixi literature.
Han and Wei Six Dynasties, Qixi Literature, Poetic Imagery, Cultural Connotation