[[abstract]]The Development and Change of Ya-Hwa of Sung-Tsu: A Study on the Works of Yeong Liu, Pang-Yen Chou, K’uei Chiang, and Wen-Ying Wu Abstract Ya-Hwa is one of the most important phenomena in the development of Sung-Tsu. The purpose of this study is to explore the Tsu’s change of Liu, Chou, Chiang, and Wu in the Ya-Hwa process of Sung-Tsu. In the history of Sung-Tsu, Yeong Liu, Pang-Yen Chou, K’uei Chiang, and Wen-Ying Wu not only made significant contribution to the development of Ya-Hwa of Sung-Tsu, but also their works showed some sot of successive relationship. Although the tendency of Ya-Hwa in their works are similar to each other, some noticeable differences still can be found in the subject and content, writing style, linguistic talent, artistic performance, etc. Previous studies have paid much attention to the Tsu of Liu, Chou, Chiang, and Wu; however, their successive relationship of Ya-Hwa and the differences of individual development were still intact. This article intends to compare the Ya-Hwa of four poets’ works to understand the development process and change of Sung Tsu. In order to do so, we first examine the literary phenomena of Ya-Hwa of Sung-Tsu. Then, the works of four poets were analyzed and compared to evaluate their status and contribution in the history of Ya-Hwa of Sung Tsu.
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