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The novel merges into the era chorus makes a unique sound

Source: Unknown Date: 2012-11-09 Author: Yang Yan

In 1987, Fang Fang and Chi Li took the "new realism" novel to the forefront of contemporary literature, and began the prelude to the "rise" of Hubei literature. In the following two decades, more and more Hubei writers and authors It has received extensive attention and praise, and has become an indispensable beautiful scenery in Chinese literature. In a sense, the prosperity of Hubei novels has an inseparable relationship with the era background of "century transformation". "Transformation" has stimulated the vitality and vitality of Hubei literature, while marketization, urbanization, globalization, and other "transformations" The issue was also described in real terms by Hubei writers. In the process, Hubei's novels not only incorporated the chorus of the era of national literature, but also strived to show their own unique voice.
Inheriting the tradition of realism and publicizing positive values is the leading attitude of Hubei writers in writing and novel creation.
Since the transition period, society and life have become increasingly complex, and morals and humanity have never been more ambiguous. These have driven the writers who once turned in the 1980s to pay attention to the external reality of change, and mainstream ideology has also promoted realism through various channels. The return of China advocates the reconstruction of positive values. Realism is the most common form and the most solid tradition of Hubei literature. In the context of "century transformation", valuable spiritual elements such as social attention, real worry, and people-oriented feelings have been passed on and highlighted, becoming a distinctive feature of Hubei novels. . Hubei writers cut into reality or history in an artistic way, expressing rich "transformation" mirror images: Fang Fang, Chi Li, Liu Jiming, Zhang Zhihao and other writers described the life of the urban population and expressed the bitterness and joy of people who have fallen behind the idealism. Anxiety; Liu Xinglong, Chen Yingsong, Xiao Su, Ye Mei and other writers pay attention to the rural world in the changing times, showing the peasants' survival difficulties and spiritual distress, and revealing the problems of urban-rural confrontation, the polarization of the rich and the poor, and environmental damage under the squeeze of modernization . Even Deng Yiguang's romantic "hero narrative" and Xiong Zhaozheng's cultural novels with historical meanings all have clear realistic pertinence. The former is based on the reality of secular overflow and ideal retreat, while the latter tries to learn from history and learn from ancient times. Cha Jin. Hubei novels are in sync with the propositions of the times, and have not only been welcomed by the public, but also secretly fit the expectations of the mainstream will.
Secondly, from the perspective of artistic form, Hubei novels try to be open to romanticism, modernism, and postmodernism on the basis of realism, and draw on many techniques such as psychology, symbolism, absurdity, irony, etc., and form a diverse and harmonious style.
Fang Fang's creation has been run through serious life inquiries and spiritual explorations, using modern consciousness to observe secular life, analyzing the secrets of human nature from a deep psychological perspective, unfamiliar perspectives, playful styles, and psychoanalytic methods, bringing the work into a broader perspective. Artistic realm. Chen Yingsong is good at combining delicate objective description with the creation of a mysterious atmosphere, and integrates subjective ideas, compassionate lyricism, poetic fables and realistic criticism, making his "Shennongjia" series of novels the leader in "bottom writing". Liu Jiming wrote "cultural care" in the form of avant-garde, and presented sharp reality with simple brushwork. His novels are often compatible with many elements such as classical, modern, cultural, and political, and have rich tension. In the transitional period of Hubei's literary circles, there were more creative creators. In addition to the above writers, there were Zhang Zhihao, Li Xiuwen, A Mao, Yao Emei, etc. Their creations refused to be in the form of skin, and sought a more formal Inclusive and atmospheric literary style.
In addition, in the globalization trend of the century transformation, the local consciousness of Hubei writers has been greatly improved, and the recognition, reflection and transcendence of regional culture are also given corresponding expressions in the creation.
Hubei writers have excavated more detailed cultural areas in this large administrative division of Hubei, and constructed individualized literary worlds such as eastern Hubei, western Hubei, Jianghan Plain, and Wuhan City. Chi Li, Fang Fang, Peng Jianxin, He Yihuan, and Lu Yunbin's "Chinese Flavor Novels" show the customs and cultural qualities of Wuhan. Liu Xinglong's "Dabie Mountain" series and He Cunzhong's "Bahe" novels depict the colorful paintings of Edong. Yingquan's "Peach Blossom Bay", Xiaosu's "Rape Slope", Li Chuanfeng's "Animal Novel", and Ye Mei's "Enshi Series" enrich the literary landscape of western Hubei from different levels. During the turn of the century, Hubei's novels became popular and achieved great success. There were such heavy works as "Zhang Juzheng", "The King of Chu", "Shengtianmenkou", and "Wuchang City". These small descriptions seem to benefit the local community. The nourishment of culture originates from local character stories, plot details, local customs, dialects and local dialects, adding a strong local color and cultural style to the work.
Upholding the compassionate feelings, facing the reality of sorrow, adhering to tradition and locality, accommodating new knowledge and heterogeneity, both responding to the times and facing itself, this opposite temperament is the unique portrait created by Hubei novels in the century's transition. This kind of writing that dares to step in and take charge is also an inclusive and growing writing.
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The novel merges into the era chorus makes a unique sound

2012-11-09 00-00-00

In 1987, Fang Fang and Chi Li took the "new realism" novel to the forefront of contemporary literature, and began the prelude to the "rise" of Hubei literature. In the following two decades, more and more Hubei writers and authors It has received extensive attention and praise, and has become an indispensable beautiful scenery in Chinese literature. In a sense, the prosperity of Hubei novels has an inseparable relationship with the era background of "century transformation". "Transformation" has stimulated the vitality and vitality of Hubei literature, while marketization, urbanization, globalization, and other "transformations" The issue was also described in real terms by Hubei writers. In the process, Hubei's novels not only incorporated the chorus of the era of national literature, but also strived to show their own unique voice.
Inheriting the tradition of realism and publicizing positive values is the leading attitude of Hubei writers in writing and novel creation.
Since the transition period, society and life have become increasingly complex, and morals and humanity have never been more ambiguous. These have driven the writers who once turned in the 1980s to pay attention to the external reality of change, and mainstream ideology has also promoted realism through various channels. The return of China advocates the reconstruction of positive values. Realism is the most common form and the most solid tradition of Hubei literature. In the context of "century transformation", valuable spiritual elements such as social attention, real worry, and people-oriented feelings have been passed on and highlighted, becoming a distinctive feature of Hubei novels. . Hubei writers cut into reality or history in an artistic way, expressing rich "transformation" mirror images: Fang Fang, Chi Li, Liu Jiming, Zhang Zhihao and other writers described the life of the urban population and expressed the bitterness and joy of people who have fallen behind the idealism. Anxiety; Liu Xinglong, Chen Yingsong, Xiao Su, Ye Mei and other writers pay attention to the rural world in the changing times, showing the peasants' survival difficulties and spiritual distress, and revealing the problems of urban-rural confrontation, the polarization of the rich and the poor, and environmental damage under the squeeze of modernization . Even Deng Yiguang's romantic "hero narrative" and Xiong Zhaozheng's cultural novels with historical meanings all have clear realistic pertinence. The former is based on the reality of secular overflow and ideal retreat, while the latter tries to learn from history and learn from ancient times. Cha Jin. Hubei novels are in sync with the propositions of the times, and have not only been welcomed by the public, but also secretly fit the expectations of the mainstream will.
Secondly, from the perspective of artistic form, Hubei novels try to be open to romanticism, modernism, and postmodernism on the basis of realism, and draw on many techniques such as psychology, symbolism, absurdity, irony, etc., and form a diverse and harmonious style.
Fang Fang's creation has been run through serious life inquiries and spiritual explorations, using modern consciousness to observe secular life, analyzing the secrets of human nature from a deep psychological perspective, unfamiliar perspectives, playful styles, and psychoanalytic methods, bringing the work into a broader perspective. Artistic realm. Chen Yingsong is good at combining delicate objective description with the creation of a mysterious atmosphere, and integrates subjective ideas, compassionate lyricism, poetic fables and realistic criticism, making his "Shennongjia" series of novels the leader in "bottom writing". Liu Jiming wrote "cultural care" in the form of avant-garde, and presented sharp reality with simple brushwork. His novels are often compatible with many elements such as classical, modern, cultural, and political, and have rich tension. In the transitional period of Hubei's literary circles, there were more creative creators. In addition to the above writers, there were Zhang Zhihao, Li Xiuwen, A Mao, Yao Emei, etc. Their creations refused to be in the form of skin, and sought a more formal Inclusive and atmospheric literary style.
In addition, in the globalization trend of the century transformation, the local consciousness of Hubei writers has been greatly improved, and the recognition, reflection and transcendence of regional culture are also given corresponding expressions in the creation.
Hubei writers have excavated more detailed cultural areas in this large administrative division of Hubei, and constructed individualized literary worlds such as eastern Hubei, western Hubei, Jianghan Plain, and Wuhan City. Chi Li, Fang Fang, Peng Jianxin, He Yihuan, and Lu Yunbin's "Chinese Flavor Novels" show the customs and cultural qualities of Wuhan. Liu Xinglong's "Dabie Mountain" series and He Cunzhong's "Bahe" novels depict the colorful paintings of Edong. Yingquan's "Peach Blossom Bay", Xiaosu's "Rape Slope", Li Chuanfeng's "Animal Novel", and Ye Mei's "Enshi Series" enrich the literary landscape of western Hubei from different levels. During the turn of the century, Hubei's novels became popular and achieved great success. There were such heavy works as "Zhang Juzheng", "The King of Chu", "Shengtianmenkou", and "Wuchang City". These small descriptions seem to benefit the local community. The nourishment of culture originates from local character stories, plot details, local customs, dialects and local dialects, adding a strong local color and cultural style to the work.
Upholding the compassionate feelings, facing the reality of sorrow, adhering to tradition and locality, accommodating new knowledge and heterogeneity, both responding to the times and facing itself, this opposite temperament is the unique portrait created by Hubei novels in the century's transition. This kind of writing that dares to step in and take charge is also an inclusive and growing writing.
(Source: Hubei Daily)

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