Review The Aesthetics of Discontent Politics and Reclusion in Medieval Japanese Literature
Plains the means these authors used to express their social dissatisfaction in literary texts His aim is to recover the validity of the historicist approach in literary studies by focusing on the importance of the context in the formation of the text The text is seen as a product of ideological manipulation on the part o.
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This series of interpretations of selected classics examines premodern Japanese literature from the perspective of conflictual ideologies Professor Marra's analysis of such works as the Ise Monogatari the Hojoki and Tsurezuregusa highlights the existence of discontent in the authors of the so called high tradition and ex.
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F those who by reading writing or editing appropriate it according to specific and private concerns Professor Marra displays both sensitivity to the texts and a comprehensive grasp of Japanese and Western scholarship in making his argument that aesthetics and politics in premodern Japanese literature are mutually definin.
- The Aesthetics of Discontent Politics and Reclusion in Medieval Japanese Literature
- Michele Marra
- 11 July 2017 Michele Marra