|康熙年間臺灣宦遊詩人的情志體驗探討=A Study of Relevant Passions and Experiences about Taiwan Travelling Officers and Poets during Kang-xi Period
Poems from travelling officers in Taiwan;
Passions and experiences;
Sun Yuen Heng;
Kao Kung Kan;
|This study investigates Taiwan traveling poets works concerning personal emotional expressions during Kang-xi Period. These works represents travelling officers' own experiences in Taiwan, as well we these constructs their ideals as officers and their passions towards returning home. This study first describes officers' ambitions for their careers during Kang-xi Period which include their willingness in contributing themselves to the emperor and their passion in dominating Taiwan. However at the mean time their enthusiasm as dragged down by complexity of unpredictable future promotion that leads to contradictory thoughts between being an officer or resigning the job and returning home. This study demonstrates few examples such as Kao Kung Kan, Ch'en Pin, Sun Yuen Heng, as far as their recognition about Taiwan. On one hand, for they are eager to return home it builds up blockades between Taiwanese people and them; on the other hand, for they are in Taiwan as visitors and would only stay for short-term for work, they do not consider themselves as Taiwanese people hence they would not vividly conceive the true advantages of Taiwan and being Taiwanese people. From these works, it shows us the distant feelings between these officers and Taiwanese people hence it points out another side of these travelling officers in Taiwan.