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Border Crossings: The Journal of Japanese-Language Literature Studies 2015;2(1): 61-77.
doi: https://doi.org/10.22628/bcjjl.2015.2.1.61
日本戦後の「文壇」諸相とジャーナリズム
批評言説を中心として
Zhisong WANG
北京師範大学外国語文学学院日文学部
Correspondence  Zhisong WANG ,Email: wangzs@bnu.edu.cn
  Published online: 30 June 2015.
ABSTRACT
Through journalism, the Japanese literary world diversified after World War II, during which literary magazines and general magazines such as Shinchō and Gunzo played a central role. Works and comments published in these magazines not only offered a special discussion space but also critically impacted the development of postwar pure literature. Meanwhile, Dōjinshi such as Kyushubungaku and popular literature such as detective stories, which were interacting with and contradicting pure literature, formed their own space of discourse as well. It was this differentiation within the literary world that has led to the diversity of modern Japanese literature as well as its richness.
Keywords: the literary world, postwar, diversity, journalism

キ―ワ―ド: 文壇, 戦後, 多元性, ジャーナリズム
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