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Demonic warfare : Daoism, territorial networks, and the history of a Ming novel

Author: Mark R E Meulenbeld
Publisher: Honolulu : University of Hawaiʻi Press, [2015]
Edition/Format:   Print book : State or province government publication : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Revealing the fundamental continuities that exist between vernacular fiction and exorcist, martial rituals in the vernacular language, Mark Meulenbeld argues that a specific type of Daoist exorcism helped shape vernacular novels in the late Ming dynasty (1368-1644). Focusing on the once famous novel Fengshen yanyi (Canonization of the Godso), the author maps out the general ritual structure and divine protagonists  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc
Analys och tolkning
Material Type: Government publication, State or province government publication
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Mark R E Meulenbeld
ISBN: 9780824838447 0824838440
OCLC Number: 881146297
Description: ix, 273 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Contents: Invention of the novel: from stage act and temple ritual to literary text --
King Wu's sacred history: the conquest of inimical gods --
Demonic warfare during the Yuan: thunder ritual, unruly spirits, and local militias --
Demonic warfare during the Ming: the emperor and his Daoist warriors --
The order of the Ming novel: hierarchies of spirits and gods.
Responsibility: Mark R.E. Meulenbeld.
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Revealing the fundamental continuities that exist between vernacular fiction and exorcist, martial rituals in the vernacular language, Mark Meulenbeld argues that a specific type of Daoist exorcism helped shape vernacular novels in the late Ming dynasty (1368-1644). Focusing on the once famous novel Fengshen yanyi (Canonization of the Godso), the author maps out the general ritual structure and divine protagonists that it borrows from much older systems of Daoist exorcism. By exploring how the novel reflects the specific concerns of communities associated with Fengshen yanyi and its ideology, Meulenbeld is able to reconstruct the cultural sphere in which Daoist exorcist rituals informed late imperial novels. He first looks at temple networks and their religious festivals. Organized by local communities for territorial protection, these networks featured martial narratives about the powerful and heroic deeds of the gods. He then shows that it is by means of dramatic practices like ritual, theatre, and temple processions that divine acts were embodied and brought to life. Much attention is given to local militias who embodied demon soldiers as part of their defensive strategies. Various Ming emperors actively sought the support of these local religious networks and even continued to invite Daoist ritualists so as to efficiently marshal the forces of local gods with their local demon soldiers into the official, imperial reserves of military power. This unusual book establishes once and for all the importance of understanding the idealized realities of literary texts within a larger context of cultural practice and socio-political history. Of particular importance is the ongoing dialog with religious ideology that informs these different discourses. Meulenbeld's book makes a convincing case for the need to debunk the retrospective reading of China through the modern, secular Western categories of literature, society, and politics. He shows that this disregard of religious dynamics has distorted our understanding of China and that religion cannot be conveniently isolated from scholarly analysis.-- Amazon.com.

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