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The Polyphonic World and Order <Special Issue : Order in The Middle Ages : Its Discourses and Public Systems>
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NDC
Japanese literature
abstract
共同体の多元的成立のもと諸言説が並び立って多言語化しそれらが流通交錯していったと見られる中世日本の〈公共性〉、つまりは秩序の様態を、『徒然草』におけるテキストと言説との関わり方の分析を通じて窺った。そこからは自己同定を果たす価値幻想が公家的秩序から仏教的秩序に移り、やがて言説への懐疑によって秩序そのものを他者化していく様相が見出された。
abstract
In this essay I will analyze the interrelation between literary text and discourse in Tsuretsuregusa so as to make explicit the mode of "public" order in Middle Ages Japan. In this period so many independent communities were formed that diverse discourses coexisted in one nation, and they communicated and mixed up with one another. At the same time, the dominance of the aristocratic order was supplanted by that of the religious one, which in turn came to represent the nation's self-identification and maintain its imaginary unity on the level of discourse. But in the polyphonic world where any kind of unified discourse was challenged, even this supposed order, as will be seen, was becoming relativized.
journal title
日本文学
volume
Volume 44
issue
Issue 7
start page
31
end page
40
date of issued
1995-07-10
publisher
日本文学協会
issn
0386-9903
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language
jpn
nii type
Journal Article
HU type
Journal Articles
DCMI type
text
format
application/pdf
text version
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department
Graduate School of Education



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