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Border Crossings: The Journal of Japanese-Language Literature Studies 2019;9(1): 251-253.
doi: https://doi.org/10.22628/bcjjl.2019.9.1.251
Beyond Monogatari : Haruo Sato and the Sensibility of Taisho Japan by Tatsuya Kono (Kanae-shobo, March 2019)
Tsukasa IZUMI
Associate Professor, Toyohashi University of Technology
河野龍也『佐藤春夫と大正日本の感性 「物語」を超えて』(鼎書房、2019年3月)
Correspondence  Tsukasa IZUMI ,Email: sktmzi0918@gmail.com
Published online: 30 December 2019.
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At the start of the first chapter of the book, author Tatsuya Kono states that Haruo Sato is an author that respected others “who cannot be Japanese” and tried to become such a person. This book portrays Sato’s journeys to Taiwan and China and considers how he depicted Taiwanese and Chinese people, “who cannot be Japanese”. Through his earlier work Sato Haruo Tokuhon, Kono had a basic familiarity with Sato’s works, but in this book, he provides a deeper and more detailed analysis, which brings creative insight into Haruo Sato study
Keywords: Haruo Sato, The Japanese, Taiwan, Shamen

キ―ワ―ド: 佐藤春夫, 日本人, 台湾, 廈門
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