〈Xiweiliujueju戱爲六絶句〉 was written by Dufu(杜甫) and opened a new chapter criticising Chinese 'Literature of the Street.' It is the start of widely controversial poems written in seven quatrains with seven Chinese characters in each line[with seven-word lines]. We can say this work was a challenge to the style of those times, which focused on qua trains with five Chinese characters in each line, rhythm or the beauty of form. Dufu(杜甫) clearly defined on what disputative poems are and their forms as well as giving a vague answer on 〈Xiweiliujueju戱爲六絶句〉. Because of this, many problems arose. The problem is that we can see many rhymed part and, ambiguous space but cannot figure out what its demonstrative pronouns indicate. That is why I studied on the first of 〈Xiweiliujueju戱爲六絶句〉 upon this topic for my thesis. Many contemporary scholars had differing opinions about “jinren(今人)”, “housheng(後生)” and “qianxian(前賢)”. and is the reason that it was very hard to expect their own varied opinions to agree. The entire six-part poem was meant to continue the elegant and refined styles from the Han and Yu eras. Moreover, Dufu(杜甫) himself took some styles of magnificent Ji·Liang(齊·梁)'s Yuxin(庾信) and played a major role in the development of 'Chinese Street Literature.' Finally he expected younger scholars to take these styles over “Chudangsijie(初唐四傑)” and “Qianxian(前賢)” and to work hard to improve Street Literature's development.
Ⅱ. 庾信과 당시의 詩風傾向
Ⅲ. 今人과 前賢, 後生에 대한 해석상의 논란