Collection of Qu Yuan (Chinese classical literature series) by 金开诚

By 金开诚

屈原在九章抽思中说“结微情以陈词兮,矫以遗夫美人”,说明他的有些辞作本为“献诗陈志”而作,并不限于个人抒发感情。史记列傅说屈原“存君兴国而欲反复之,一篇之中三致志焉”;下面又说“令尹子兰闻之大怒”。道一事实也说明屈原辞谁多有违碍之言,但在当时却并不保密,而是在社会上有所流传的。又屈原列传说:“屈原既死之后,楚 有宋主、唐勒、景差之徒者,皆好辞而以赋见称;然皆祖屈原之从容辞令,终莫敢直谏。”这进一步证明了屈原辞流传的社会性。可以想见,屈辞在楚国人士中的影响是不小的;至于宋玉、唐勒、景差等楚辞作者,既然“皆祖屈原之从容辞令”,当然更会致力于屈辞的收集、整理、保管和傅习。另外,还应充分估计到屈原辞通过民间渠道流传于后世的可能性。

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Many argue that the SARS epidemic was made worse by the lack of state attention to rural public health care since the reform period began. See, for example, Wang Shaoguang, “Renmin de jiankang ye shi ying daoli,” Dushu, no. action=front2&type=view&id=37. This article was one of the most controversial published in Dushu in recent years. Also see Arif Dirlik, “Global Modernity, Spatial Reconfigurations, and Global Health: Perspectives from the People’s Republic of China,” boundary 2 33, no. 1 (Spring 2006): 99–122.

26 China was once known for its rural cooperative medical system. However, after the Chinese government launched the System of Contracted Responsibility Linking Remuneration to Output (lianchan chengbao zeren zhi ) in the late 1970s and early 1980s, farm households replaced rural collectives as the basic productive units in rural areas. Meanwhile, the government took a laissez-faire attitude toward the cooperative medical system. Without support from the collective economy, which had been in a decline, the rural cooperative medical system quickly collapsed.

Early in September 2002, the city of Shanghai issued the Temporary Methods of Comprehensive Insurance for Migrant Laborers in Shanghai (Shanghaishi wailai congye renyuan zonghe shehui baoxian zhanying banfa) to establish the comprehensive social insurance system exclusively for migrant workers. In March 2003, the city of Chengdu issued the Temporary Methods of Comprehensive Insurance for Nonurban Resident Workers in Chengdu (Chengdushi feichengzhen huji congye renyuan zonghe shehui baoxian zhanxing banfa), a system designed to provide comprehensive social insurance to nonurban resident workers (migrant workers from rural areas).

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