海辺と〈肉体〉 : 大正期の身体表象について
The Seaside and the Body : Physical Representation in the Taisho Era
The Japanese seaside in the Taisho era becomes leisure and the place of sports. By the Saneatsu Mushanokōji Yūjō (Friendship) that made such situation a background, the representation that the youth who idealized a Western body are conscious of each other's bodies is seen. It is the time when a concept called "the physical beauty" of the woman spread out, and, for Taisho era, the seaside comes to have the image as the place to expose the "physical beauty" to. The fi lms of Taisho era has a meaning as the medium which does representation of the body, and the representation that made the body of the woman of the seaside a problem is seen in the films Amateur Club where Jun'ichirō Tanizaki participated in. The novel Chijin no Ai (Naomi) that absorbed cinematographic representation abundantly is similar. In the seaside done representation of by the films Amateur Club, there is in particular points to absorb an American beach image "signifi cance" of the cultural history in various meanings.
The Hiroshima University studies, Graduate School of Letters
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