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The Anecdote, or Microfiction and Its Relation to the Reader

Bayard-Sakai, Anne (27 nov. 2015)

There are many discrete episodes in The Tale of Genji—anecdotes, micro stories, outgrowths of fiction—that are not integrated into the overall plot, and which introduce characters who do not reappear later in the novel. These features are considered through the perpectives of reading and ...

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Language textbooks following the Meiji Restoration

Galan, Christian (25 juin 2013)

The Education System Order (Gakusei) was promulgated in 1872 and remained in effect until 1879. This period is often referred to by specialists as the “translated textbooks period”. An analysis of language textbooks from that period shows that they reflected the ideological and philosophical ...

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The Folk Crafts Movement and Folklore Studies

Kunik, Damien (24 juin 2013)

À la même période que le mingei de Yanagi apparaît le mouvement des études folkloriques (minzokugaku) de Yanagita Kunio. Souvent associés, les deux entretiennent toutefois nombre de différences. At about the same time as mingei appeared Yanagita Kunio’s Folkloristics (minzokugaku). Often ...

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On The Tale of Genji: Narrative, Poetics, Historical Context

Bayard-Sakai, Anne et al. (27 nov. 2015)

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The Position and Role of Provincial Governors at the Height of the Heian Period

Hérail, Francine (27 nov. 2015)

Although the author of the Genji monogatari was the daughter and wife of resident provincial governors, she was little concerned with such officials in her work, and those who do appear in it are often caricatured. The administration of the state and the economic support of the court, however, were ...

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Reflections on a Buddhist Scene in The Tale of Genji

Robert, Jean-Noël (27 nov. 2015)

Buddhist motifs and allusions occur frequently in The Tale of Genji, but their presence has received little scholarly attention. This article addresses the famous opening passage of the “Wakamurasaki” (“Lavender”) chapter in which the hero first sees his future wife Murasaki. The scene is ...

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The Art of Quotation

Terada, Sumie (27 nov. 2015)

The Tale of Genji played an important role in the development of renga, a genre in which vocabulary choice is critical to sequence formation. In the earliest phase of renga, poets used chapter titles as a linking device; from the fourteenth century on, they employed Genjikotoba, words or phrases ...

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Editorial

Lucken, Michael (4 nov. 2013)

The Meiji era (1868-1912) is often viewed in an overly simplistic light, with Japan seen as having entered the modern world abruptly in 1868, suddenly transforming its ways of life, values, culture and language. The three papers collectively entitled “The Changing Consciousness of Modern Japan” ...

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The Invention of “Folk Crafts”: Yanagi Sōetsu and Mingei

Butel, Jean-Michel et al. (31 mai 2013)

The exhibition The Mingei Spirit in Japan, curated by Germain Viatte and Shiraha Akemi for the Musée du Quai Branly, provided the occasion to introduce a largely unknown section of Japanese art to the French public, as well as one aspect of the work of Yanagi Muneyoshi (also known by his pen name, ...

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