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呪はれた文学-戦後初期(1945-1949)台湾文学論集

呪はれた文学-戦後初期(1945-1949)台湾文学論集
Original work 被詛咒的文學:戰後初期(1945~1949)臺灣文學論集
Author Chen Chien-chung
Translator 滝口美奈子, 梶原宏之, 伊藤佳代
Publisher 集広舎(中国書店)
Publication year 2019
   Page 410
Language Japanese
ISBN/ISSN 978-4904213803
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     Chen Chien-chung (1971-) is an emeritus professor at the Institute of Taiwan Literature, National Tsinghua University. His main research areas are Taiwan literature during the period of Japanese rule and the early post-war period. In 2019, he won the Wu Yong-fu Literary Criticism Award for his collection of two theses, Flowing Through Memories: Historical Writing and Politics of Remembering in Taiwan and Wind over the Island: Taiwan Literatures and Beyond Under the Atmosphere of Cold War.
     The Cursed Literature: Essays on Taiwan Literature during the Early Period of Post-WWII (1945-1949) reengages in new textual criticism of the “early period of post-WWII” (1945-1949), this crucial period of time from the Japanese rule to the Nationalist Government and also the process of reassembling the Taiwan’s literary history. It does so through the three methods of reconstructing historical materials, textual analysis, and examining ideological trend changes. It also clarifies the unique ethnic and literary politics of Taiwan’s literary works and writers that developed during the era through the processes of cultural conflict and interrelation.
     This thesis is in Japanese, translated by Kayo Ito, an assistant professor in the Si Wan College at Taiwan’s National Sun Yat-sen University, as well as Dr. Kajihara Hiroyuki, and Minako Takiguchi, with the project overseen by Mr. Sakai Tōru of Komatsu University, Japan.

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