The Appearance and Inheritance of Humanistic Feelings in Chinese Classical Literature


Chinese classical literature is the carrier of the Chinese nation’s historical inheritance for nearly 5,000 years. Chinese classical literature reflects people’s life background and ideological culture in different times. Humanistic feelings are attached to Chinese classical literature. With the continuous development of social productive forces, Chinese classical literature promotes the generation, dissemination, inheritance and innovation of humanistic feelings. This paper analyzes the specific content of humanistic feelings in different times by combining specific literary works, and provides development strategies for the dissemination of classical literature and humanistic feelings in the current era by combining the reality.


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