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Border Crossings: The Journal of Japanese-Language Literature Studies 2018;6(1): 83-95.
doi: https://doi.org/10.22628/bcjjl.2018.6.1.83
The Urban Representation of Harbin by Takeuchi Masakazu: Centered on Guillemin apartment sketch and Majiagou
Peijun WU
竹内正一が描いたハルビンの都市表象 ―― 「ギルマン․ アパート点描」「馬家溝」を中心に
Correspondence  Peijun WU ,Email: wupeijun@m.scnu.edu.cn
Published online: 30 June 2018.
Copyright ©2018 The Global Institute for Japanese Studies, Korea University
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After the founding of Manchukuo in 1932, Japanese colonialists took control of Harbin, an international city in Northeast China, and used it as a “foothold for north-aggression.” In this context, the structure of power and capital in Harbin changed, and the division of urban space and society was further intensified. Japanese writer Takeuchi Masakazu created a series of works such as “Guillemin apartment sketch” and “Majiagou,” describing the changes of the urban representation of Harbin. These works also touched the ethnic and class antagonism and the discrimination against women hidden behind the changes.
Keywords: Harbin, Urban representation, Colonialism, Antagonism, Disruption

キ―ワ―ド: ハルビン, 都市表象, 植民主義, 対立, 分裂
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