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Border Crossings: The Journal of Japanese-Language Literature Studies 2021;13(1): 166-174.
doi: https://doi.org/10.22628/bcjjl.2021.13.1.166
The Influences of Salad Anniversary on Taiwan
Yenhung LAI
Associate Professor of Department of Japanese Language and Literature, Providence University
静宜大学日本語文学系副教授。東京大学で2008年「日本語時代の台湾短歌――結社を中心にした資料研 究」で博士号取得。比較文学。
Correspondence  Yenhung LAI ,Email: yhlai@pu.edu.tw
Published online: 30 December 2021.
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The book Salad Anniversary (1987) by Tawara Machi sold a million copies. This study attempts to illustrate the possible influences of Salad Anniversary on Taiwanese people’s creative activities, through a comparative literary analysis. To be more specific, I’d like to explore the context and significance of the reception of Tawara Machi’s literary works in two fields, namely Taiwanese tanka poetry and Chinese pop music platforms.
Keywords: Hwa-Kang World of Tanka, Taiwanese World of Japanese Tanka Poets, Winnie Hsin, Scent, Chien Yao

キ―ワ―ド: 華岡歌壇, 台湾歌壇, 辛曉琪, 味道, 姚謙
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