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The word "fiction" first appeared in "Zhuangzi Foreign Objects": "The novel is made by the county magistrate, and it is also far from Da Da." Zhuangzi's so-called "fiction" refers to trivial speech, which is quite different from the novel concept. Far. Until the Eastern Han Dynasty Tan Tan "New Theory": "The novelist is a small group of slang, close to the metaphor, for short books, to govern the family, there are considerable words." Ban Gu "Han Shu. Yi Wenzhi" will be "fiction After the family is listed as ten, the definition is as follows: "The novelist's flow is covered by the eunuch, the street talks about the lane, and the hearsay is [4] made by the people." It is similar to the novel. The biggest feature of Chinese novels has two novel systems of classical Chinese novels and vernacular novels since the Song Dynasty..The classical Chinese novel originated from the street talks of the pre-Qin Dynasty. It is a record of small knowing paths. After the long-term development of the Wei, Jin, Southern and Northern Dynasties and the Sui and Tang Dynasties, both the description of the subject matter and the characters, the classical Chinese novels have made significant progress, forming notes and Legendary two novel types. The vernacular novels originated from the speaker's words in the Tang and Song Dynasties. The stories are derived from the folks, mainly showing the people's life and ideology. But no matter whether classical novels or vernacular novels have a long history, they are different. Artistic characteristics...


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