官話詞彙的不同分布與歷史層次: 以清末《海國妙喻》兩個白話比較文本爲例

Translated title of the contribution: The Different Distribution and Historical Levels of Mandarin Vocabulary: Take the Two Vernacular Comparative Texts of Haiguo Miaoyu in the Late Qing Dynasty as an Example

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Abstract

清末民初《無錫白話報》上發表了裘毓芳的《海國妙喻》白話譯文,隨後《京話報》對之進行了京話改寫。本文通過兩個文本的比較,發現兩者最大的區别是將《無錫白話報》上的南方官話詞改寫成北京官話用詞。這爲研究清末民初南京官話和北京官話的詞彙特徵提供了很好的素材。裘毓芳用的是南京官話的白話文口語詞,《京話報》用的是北京官話的口語詞。這也是這兩個白話文本真正的價值所在。

At the late Qing Dynasty and the early Republic of China, the Wuxi Vernacular Newspaper (無錫白話報) published the vernacular translation of Haiguo Miaoyu (海國妙喻) by Qiu Yufang, which was subsequently rewritten by the Peking Vernacular Newspaper (京話報). Through the comparison of the two texts, we find the biggest difference between them is the Southern Mandarin in the former and Beijing Mandar in the latter. This provides good material for research the vocabulary characteristics of Nanjing Mandarin and Beijing Mandarin at that period. Qiu Yufang used the vernacular colloquial words of Nanjing Mandarin, and the Peking Vernacular Newspaper used Beijing Mandarin superseding it. This is also the true value of these two vernacular texts.
Translated title of the contributionThe Different Distribution and Historical Levels of Mandarin Vocabulary: Take the Two Vernacular Comparative Texts of Haiguo Miaoyu in the Late Qing Dynasty as an Example
Original languageChinese (Traditional)
Title of host publication中國語言學研究. 第一輯
Editors 王啟濤
Publisher社會科學文獻出版社
Pages239-260
Number of pages22
ISBN (Print)9787520196529
Publication statusPublished - Jan 2022

User-Defined Keywords

  • 《海國妙喻》
  • 《無錫白話報》
  • 《京話報》
  • 南京官話
  • 北京官話
  • Haiguo Miaoyu
  • Wuxi Vernacular Newspaper
  • Peking Vernacular Newspaper
  • Nanjing Mandarin
  • Beijing Mandarin

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