兼好南朝忠臣説の形成--『春湊浪話』以前 (特集 近世における古典の受容と形成)

Translated title of the contribution: The Origin of the Discourses on Kenko's Loyalty to the Southern Dynasty: Tracing back beyond Shunso-rowa(<Special Issue>The Reception of Classics and the Formation of the Canon in Early Modern Times)

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Yoshida-Kenko was a pro-Southern Dynasty poet. A series of such discourses had got around during the late Edo Period and the Taisho Period. This discursive phenomenon allegedly originated in the mid-Edo Period, more precisely with Doi-Tsunehira's essay on Kenko in Shunso-rowa. Absurd as it seems now, Doi's view is actually based on not a few sources; the tales about the Southern Dynasty of the early Edo Period, a bogus edition of Entairyaku, Taihei-ki-hiden-rijin-sho, some annotation books on Turedure-gusa, and others. With those earlier texts, Doi constructed the profile of the poet at the time of the rise of a historical view that supported the legitimacy of the Southern Dynasty. Thus it is necessary to trace the history of the discourses not only back to the mid-Edo Period but further backward.
Original languageJapanese
Pages (from-to)18-28
Number of pages11
Journal日本文学
Volume52
Issue number10
Publication statusPublished - Oct 2003

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兼好南朝忠臣説の形成--『春湊浪話』以前 (特集 近世における古典の受容と形成). / 川平敏文.

In: 日本文学, Vol. 52, No. 10, 10.2003, p. 18-28.

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