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    Title: 賢治童話「ひかりの素足」論--死生観を中心に
    Other Titles: On Life and Death in Kenji Miyazawa's Bare Foot of Light
    Authors: 顧錦芬
    Contributors: 淡江大學日本語文學系
    Keywords: 光之裸足;生死觀;Bare foot of light;Death-and-life issue;ひかりの素足
    Date: 2011-06
    Issue Date: 2013-03-12 12:08:05 (UTC+8)
    Publisher: 新北市:淡江大學外語學院
    Abstract: 在宮澤賢治的童話代表作裡,有許多跨越生死界線的描寫,在賢治童話研究範疇,生死觀的探討乃不可忽視的面向。論者咸認內含「銀河鐵道之夜」原始素材「光之裸足」甚且直接描寫到類地獄景象,生死兩界之間的往還等等。本文擬藉由探討「光之裸足」此核心意象徵的意義來究明此文本的生死觀。
    As is known to everyone, in many famous works of Kenji Miyazawa's fairy tales, there is no borderline whatsoever between life and death and the hero can freely pass through the boundary.In general, the subject of death is rarely treated in fairy tales, yet indications about death are often seen in Kenji's works. Among them, Bare Foot of Light has vivid descriptions of the after-world and the hell, which is so extraordinary.Specifically, in Bare Foot of Light, the after-world of Naraotto and lchiro's near death experience can be explored beyond the genre of juvenile literature, to which fairy tales belong.
    Relation: 淡江外語論叢=Tamkang Studies of Foreign Languages and Literatures 17,頁137-156
    Appears in Collections:[Graduate Institute & Department of Japanese] Journal Article

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