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Border Crossings: The Journal of Japanese-Language Literature Studies 2021;13(1): 175-177.
doi: https://doi.org/10.22628/bcjjl.2021.13.1.175
The Historicity and Internality of the Imperial Landscape:A Study of Doppo Kunikida’s Work
Koku ZUI
Professor, School of Foreign Languages, Northeastern University
帝国風景の歴史性と内生性―国木田独歩文学研究
国蕊
東北大学外国語学院日本語学部教授。中日近現代比較文学、翻訳文学専攻。
Correspondence  Koku ZUI ,Email: gggrrrsw@163.com
Published online: 30 December 2021.
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ABSTRACT
This book is an outstanding academic study of modern Japanese literature in China. It has been published by Sichuan University with the support of the central university research fund. It examines the work of Doppo Kunikida, a famous writer in the Meiji era in Japan, particularly “Aitei Tushin” (Letters to my beloved brother), “Musashino” and other works, and uses a large number of Chinese and Japanese documents and historical materials to explore the relationship between Kunikida’s literary output and the development of imperial Japan. The text also places Kunikida in the context of the multiple connections of Japanese literature with Chinese and English literature, and reinterprets his work from the interdisciplinary perspectives of media studies, discourse analysis, geography and translation studies. This can constitute a break with the conventional narrative surrounding Japanese literary history, and prompt relevant Japanese studies to incorporate the Chinese context.
Keywords: Kunikidadopo, Modern Japanese literature, Musashino

キ―ワ―ド: 国木田独歩, 日本近代文学, 武蔵野
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