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From the Kagerō no nikki to the Genji monogatari

Pigeot, Jacqueline (27 nov. 2015)

Murasaki Shikibu, author of the Genji monogatari, is generally acknowledged to have read the Kagerō Diary, the first autobiography written by a woman. In the course of writing the Genji, she seems to have adopted stylistic and narrative techniques from the Kagerō, including the incorporation of ...

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Language, script and modernity

Griolet, Pascal (25 juin 2013)

The Japanese writing system was the target of criticism and reform during the latter half of the 19th century. In order to implement a coherent education, some like Mori Arinori suggested adopting English; others like Nanbu Yoshikazu proposed the adoption of the Latin alphabet and the abolition of ...

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Stolen Glimpses: Convention and Variations

Struve, Daniel (27 nov. 2015)

Kaimami (stolen glimpses) is an important motif in The Tale of Genji, the Japanese equivalent of the scene of love at first sight in Western fiction. Detailed analysis of three examples of kaimami leads to a consideration of variations produced by this motif; the objective is to identify the ...

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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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Yanagi Sōetsu and the invention of “folk crafts”: a new contextualisation

Marquet, Christophe (24 juin 2013)

Introduction au dossier sur le mingei undō (mouvement des Arts populaires) et son fondateur, Yanagi Sōetsu, fruit d'une rencontre qui s'est tenue le 15 janvier 2009 à l'Inalco. Introduction to the issue on mingei undō (Folk Art movement) and its founder, Yanagi Sōetsu, which is the result of ...

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

Butel, Jean-Michel et al. (20 juin 2013)

Akashi Someto 明石染人, 1929 « Mingei to shite no ema no kōsatsu » 民藝としての絵馬の考察 (Les plaquettes votives vues sous l’angle de l’art populaire), Bi 美, vol. 23, n° 4-5, Kyōto, Unsōdō. Akiyama Kikuo 秋山喜久夫, 1973 Koi Enkū. Ōmiya zakki-chō 1 恋円空 ...

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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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The rise of criticism (1886-1889)

Lozerand, Emmanuel (25 juin 2013)

The rapid development of Japanese press during the twenty first years of the Meji era led to the appearance of a new type of writings: book reviews and criticism. This article tries to explain the sudden appearance between 1886 and 1889 of an interpretive discourse in Japan. It argues that the rise ...

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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 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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