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Border Crossings: The Journal of Japanese-Language Literature Studies 2020;11(1): 285-287.
doi: https://doi.org/10.22628/bcjjl.2020.11.1.285
LU Xun:Shape and Shadow by Bingyue DONG
Aihua CHEN
Associate Professor, Chongqing University
(中国)重慶大学外国語学院副教授。2005年度広島大学博士論文「中島敦研究―内なる<近代の超 克>―」で博士号を取得。
Correspondence  Aihua CHEN ,Email: aihuachen@cqu.edu.cn
Published online: 30 December 2020.
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In this book(LU Xun:Shape and Shadow by Bingyue DONG, Joint Publishing, September 2015), the meaning of “shape” is akin to Toramaru Ito’s idea of the “authentic Lu Xun”, while “shadow” represents the range of interpretations and understandings of Lu Xun, and the attempts to put Lu Xun’s thought into practice. The author pursues Lu Xun’s “shape” from various perspectives, using his relationship with Japan as an important starting point, and finds elements that may be a means of approaching the true “shape” from within the “shadow”. This book expands the field of Lu Xun research and provides much new information and many novel ideas to provide impetus for further work.
Keywords: Lu Xun, Shape, Shadow, Japan

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