Jiao Jing Lou
The school classics building is located in the middle courtyard of Dinglin Temple, formerly known as Pilu Pavilion, and it is one of the eight scenic spots of Fulai. In the courtyard, the locust tree covered the ground, the Qingtong towering, and the two-story building deep in the Qingtong is the school building. This small building is exquisite and chic, with a simple shape and engraved with the words "School Classics" on the forehead. It was inscribed by Guo Moruo in 1962. According to the "Southern History", "The Dinglin Temple is in the collection of scriptures, Xie Dingye." "Liu Xie Biography" contains: "Xi, Zi Yanhe, Dongguan Ju people, early orphans, devoted to learning, poor and not married." Liu Xie was born in 465 AD and died between 532 and 539 AD. Han Wei, low status, bereavement of father in his childhood, stepmother bereavement, lonely, but he was determined to learn, read books, study classics, and by the time he was 37, he wrote the first monograph on literary theory in China, "Wen Xin Diao Long" ", the book is divided into 10 volumes and 50 articles, with a total of more than 37,000 words. It is a masterpiece of ancient Chinese literary theory and literary criticism. It basically summarizes the literary appearance from the pre-Qin to the Jin and Song dynasties, and commented on more than 200 This writer summarized 35 literary styles, discussed some basic principles and artistic methods of literary creation and literary criticism quite comprehensively, and established a thoughtful theoretical system, which made an extremely important contribution in the history of ancient Chinese literary theory. Many issues in literary creation, such as artistic conception, artistic style, inheritance and innovation, the relationship between content and form, etc., Liu Xie, for the first time, put forward a more systematic thematic discussion on the basis of summarizing the opinions of previous people. "After this book was written, it was quite appreciated and respected by literati bachelors at that time." Liu Xie was so well-known that she had served as an infantry captain of the Liang dynasty and a member of the Donggong Tongshi, but the sea was vast and the career was bumpy. Liu Xie was not Proudly, in his later years, he saw through the red dust, so he escaped into the empty gate, and he became a monk, and he taught the scriptures here. Before the book "Wen Xin Diao Long" became famous, there was an anecdote about Liu Xie, who was born in poverty and wrote a literary criticism work at a young age. However, he still couldn't get advice from celebrities. About, but they were all blocked by the doormen. There was no way he had to do it. Joe had to pretend to be a book seller and sold many books in front of his door. The package had already prepared his book. One day, Shen Yue returned to the house and happened to be seen by Liu Xie. Liu Xie quickly opened her voice and shouted: "Selling books are all rare costumes!" Shen Yue is a fan of books. He heard that there are good books to sell, and he quickly jumped off the car, Liu Xie He took advantage of his own works and said, "Master Shen, how can there be any treasures? Only the villain wrote a book, and he could not get the advice of the adult, so he pretended to be a book seller and waited here." Shen Yue When I heard it, I was not angry. I invited Liu Xie to my house and finished reading Liu Xie's works in one breath. I also made many valuable suggestions. Liu Xie carefully revised the manuscript according to Shen Yue's opinion and named it "Wen Xin Diao Long". After "Wen Xin Diao Long" became famous, Liu Xie did not forget to be grateful and changed his hometown, Judong, Dongguan, Liuzhuang, to Judong, Dashen, Liuzhuang.
The school building has been opened as "Liu Xie's Life Exhibition Hall". In the middle, the statue of Liu Xie was imagined based on the portrait of Heberon. Both sides were written by the famous literary history professor Lu Kanru, and Jiang Weisong's handwriting "Liu Xie's Life" and "Liu Xie Chronology". The true story of "Wenxin Diaolong" has not been preserved. The earliest version is in the British Museum, and various versions of "Wenxin Diaolong" and contemporary research documents and commemorative articles are displayed around it.