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漂泊の叙事 ― 一九四○年代東アジアにおける 分裂と接触

漂泊の叙事 ― 一九四○年代東アジアにおける 分裂と接触
Original work 漂泊的敘事 ─ 一九四○年代東亞的分裂與接觸
Author David Der-wei Wang, Chang Hsiao-hung, Lee Guan Kin et al.
Translator 濱田麻矢, 羽田朝子, 津守陽等人
Editor 濱田麻矢、薛化元、梅家玲、唐顥芸
Publisher 勉誠出版株式會社
Publication year 2015
   Page 561
Language Japanese
ISBN/ISSN 978-4-585-29112-1
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This anthology of literary criticism plays an important role in promoting Taiwan literary criticism in Japan. One of its authors is David Der-wei Wang, who received a bachelor’s degree in foreign languages and literatures from National Taiwan University and a PhD in Comparative Literature from the University of Wisconsin at Madison. He taught at National Taiwan University and Colombia University, and is currently Edward C. Henderson Professor of East Asian Languages and Cultures at Harvard University. Wang is regarded as the leading third generation scholar in the studies of modern Chinese literature in the US after C. T. Hsia (or Hsia Chih-tsing) and Leo Ou-fan Lee. Some of his English and Chinese writings and literary criticism have made a great impact around the world. Narratives have always been an important part of modern Chinese and Taiwan literature. Wang is good at analyzing Chinese literary works, specially fictions, from a historical approach. According to Wang, literary fiction is a genre constructed between reality and fictional realms. Sometimes it is difficult for people to understand history thoroughly due to lack of concrete evidence. Literary fiction helps people imagine what happened in a certain era.

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