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印象蘇雪林・最後一位五四作家

展覽地點:成功校區│成大博物館│1W1展間

展覽期間:2007年11月正式開展

 

2009年為五四運動九十週年,亦是蘇雪林教授逝世十週年紀念。

蘇教授身經新思潮洗禮,在中國現代文學史上有其重要地位;本展覽以蘇教授的家居、交友、及文藝各方面,讓我們得以窺探這位最長壽的五四作家一生的縮影,以及蘇教授與本校的淵源始末,並重新審思五四運動的創新與包容,追懷蘇教授終生不懈的讀書研究精神。

更多訊息:走入蘇教授的書房

 

 

A Glance at Professor Su Xue-Ling’s Study

Exhibition Period : since May 2009

Venue : 1W1

 

Professor Xue-Ling Su was one of the female writers in modern Chinese new literature, and also the only one staying in Taiwan and the last survivor of the May-Fourth Movement generation (1919). She was born in 1895 and died in 1999. She was from Taiping, Anhui, originally named Xiao-Mei Su. In 1921, she went to France to join the Work-Study Movement, majoring in Art but transferring to Literature later. In summer of 1925, she returned home and began to use Xue-Ling as her name.

Other pen names she had often used included Lv-Yi and Ling-Fen. Since 1956, Professor Su had been teaching at the Department of Chinese Literature of National Cheng Kung University. Out of her respect and affection for her mother, she had named her residence for the last half of her life at the Tung-Ning Road Dormitory, as “Spring Sunshine Pavilion” (already listed as a historical building), where she had enjoyed poetry, literature, gardening, teaching and writing. In addition to scholarly work, she had presented various writings in newspapers and magazines.

She had a solitary and resolute personality. In her later years, she had often refused good offers from all relations and only lived frugally by writing payment. The Museum represents her study to let visitors and readers have a glance at the life style of a literary master leading the discreet path of literati.

 

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