|Title:||在＜白峰＞中的翻改技巧及排儒黜佛論||Other Titles:||A Study on Ueda-akinari‘s Adapting Technique and Discriminatory Attitude Against Confucianism-Buddhism in Siramine||Authors:||趙姬玉
|Keywords:||上田秋成;白夆;西行;崇德上皇;挑儒黜佛論;Ueda-akinari;Siramine;Saigyo;Sutoku-joko;discriminatory attitude against Confucianism-Buddhism||Issue Date:||Dec-2003||Publisher:||臺北市：國立臺灣大學日本語文學系||Journal:||臺大日本語文研究||Journal Pages:||21-50||Abstract:||This dissertation is to discuss the first chapter of Ugetsu-monogatari, one of Ueda-akinari’s outstanding collections of weird & mysterious stories in Japan. Ugetsu-monogatari consists of nine stories, & the first story is Siramine. It tells the tragic story of Sutoku-joko, an emperor forced to abdicate, whose malicious spirit argues with Saigyo-hosi about “usurping the throne” thoughts of Confucianism, in order to legitimate the rebellion he arose when alive. According to the content of their debate, most scholars tend to regard this story as Ueda-akinari’s discriminatory attitude against Confucianism-Buddhism; the author will discuss this unfriendly criticism in this chapter. In this dissertation, the author first compares Siramine with its originals, discusses its main points, the so-called discriminatory attitude against Confucianism-Buddhism, & gives hints of opposite viewpoints.||URI:||http://ntur.lib.ntu.edu.tw//handle/246246/2006121215550252||Other Identifiers:||246246/2006121215550252|
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