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Border Crossings: The Journal of Japanese-Language Literature Studies 2022;15(1): 125-141.
doi: https://doi.org/10.22628/bcjjl.2022.15.1.125
On Kazumi Takahashi’s Trip to China:Focusing on the Daily Life of Chinese in The New Great Wall
Wen CHEN
Lecturer, Sichuan Normal University
高橋和巳の中国体験 ―― 「新しき長城」における中国人の日常生活をめぐって
陳文
四川師範大学外国語学院日語系講師。日本近代文学、中日比較文学研究。
Correspondence  Wen CHEN ,Email: chenwen0@live.cn
Published online: 30 December 2022.
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ABSTRACT
Kazumi Takahashi was a Japanese writer and researcher of Chinese literature, who was active in the 1960s. This paper focuses on Takahashi’s The New Great Wall and discusses the characteristics of Kazumi Takahashi’s trip to China. First, this paper summarizes the content supporting Cultural Revolutionary and the content opposing Cultural Revolutionary in The New Great Wall, pointing out that The New Great Wall has multiple meanings. This paper then compares Taijun Takeda’s and Takahashi’s trip to China, noting that Takahashi’s trip to China is characterized by discovering Chinese’s daily life through Takahashi’s personal experience. Next, this thesis uses watching the ballet The White-Haired Girl as an example to point out the difference in perceptions between Takeda and Takahashi. Takeda’s impressions are biased towards art criticism, while Takahashi’s impressions are based on his own literary ideas. His literary concept emphasized the unique experiences of the individual, so he questioned the collectivistic creation of the ballet The White-Haired Girl. This literary concept was consistent in his essays in the 1960s, and it was this literary concept that allowed him to discover Chinese daily life during his trip to China.
Keywords: Trip to China, The New Great Wall, Daily Life, The White-Haired Girl, Literary Concept

キ―ワ―ド: 中国体験, 新しき長城, 日常生活, 白毛女, 文学観
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