Bulletin of the Graduate School of Education, Hiroshima University. Part. II, Arts and science education Issue 52
2004-03-28 発行

島崎藤村『春』論 : 〈都会の人間〉考察

A Study on "Haru" of Toson Shimazaki : An observation of Metropolitan Tokyoites
Chae, Young-nim
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abstract
"Haru" depicts the urban life in modern Tokyo. The youths of the twenties of the Meiji era look forward to the coming of a new era with hopes and anticipation. Though caught in domestic entanglements peculiar to the old downtown of Tokyo, they somehow manage to proceed to the promising quarters of learning and enlightenment, so-called "Hongo" district which belongs to "Yamanote". Among them a character who dares to leave Tokyo is featured and that suggests the author's critical attitude toward modern Tokyo.
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島崎藤村の『春』
明治の東京
下町
山の手
家族
"Haru" of Toson Shimazaki
Tokyo in the Meiji era
"Shitamachi" (the old downtown Tokyo)
"Yamanote" (the uptown of Tokyo)
family
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