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Border Crossings: The Journal of Japanese-Language Literature Studies 2022;15(1): 242-244.
doi: https://doi.org/10.22628/bcjjl.2022.15.1.242
How Do We Come Across the East-Asian Women’s Story from Post-War
Hyosun KIM
Professor of Korea University
孫知延編戦後の東アジアの女性叙事はどのようにして出会うのか(ソミョン出版、2022)
金孝順
高麗大学グロバール日本研究院教授。筑波大学で2005年「芥川龍之介の文化観」で博士号取得。
Correspondence  Hyosun KIM ,Email: uzzanzi@korea.ac.kr
Published online: 30 December 2022.
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ABSTRACT
This book is a compilation of female narratives focused on themes such as post-war society, East Asia, and the female in literary works by South Koreans, North Koreans, Chinese, Japanese, Taiwanese, Koreans living in Japan, and Okinawans. By comparing various female narratives across the region, this interesting volume unveils how certain aspects of East Asian lives overlap or are clearly distinct from one another. Part 1 examines the points of contact between the female narratives of the Korean peninsula, China and Japan. Part 2 explores the possibility of East Asian female solidarity based on the boundaries and intersections shown in female literature by Okinawans, Koreans living in Japan and Taiwanese. Part 3 highlights, from an East Asian perspective, the achievements and significance of feminist narratives through notable writers and works which have emerged from Korean and Japanese literary field. This book aims to discuss the aforementioned female narratives at the level of the East Asian community, thereby expanding the analysis beyond states and local regions.
Keywords: East Asia, Female, Boundary, Post-War

キ―ワ―ド: 東アジア, 女性, 境界, 戦後
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