中島敦とラフカディオ・ハーンの作品比較 : 『光と風と夢』と『佛領西印度の二年間』を中心に
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Comparison of Atsushi Nakajima and Lafcadio Hearn's Works : Take 'the Light, the Wind, and the Dream' and 'Two Years in the French West Indies' as the core of exploration
'The Light, the Wind, and the Dream'
'Two Years in the French West Indies'
'The Travel Sketch in Ogasawara'
In the past, researchers believed that Atsushi Nakajima's 'the Light, the Wind, and the Dream' was created based on the associated materials of Robert Louis Stevenson's works, essays, critical biographies, letters, and so on. In this text, it reexamined the materials of 'the Light, the Wind, and the Dream' by checking Atsushi Nakajima's inventory of books and his pocketbooks. From those information, we shall know Nakajima deepened his yearn for the South after his trip to Ogasawara Islands, and therefore started to read Lafcadio Hearn's 'Two Years in the French West Indies' while he finished his trip to go back to Yokohama. While Nakajima wrote 'the Light, the Wind, and the Dream', he obviously didn't only take the materials associated with Robert Louis Stevenson, but also introduced his own experience of Ogasawara Islands into his work. Moreover, through the comparison of 'the Light, the Wind, and the Dream' and 'Two Years in the French West Indies', we shall see that Nakajima learned the technique of portrait and the sensation to tropical islands from Lafcadio Hearn's 'Two Years in the French West Indies', and therefore presented the technique in 'the Light, the Wind, and the Dream'.
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