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One consideration on The Coldness of Akutagawa Ryunoske -Focused on <the law of heat transmission action>-

  • 日本硏究
  • 2010, (29), pp.95-113
  • Publisher : The Center for Japanese Studies
  • Research Area : Humanities > Japanese Language and Literature
  • Published : August 20, 2010

Minhee Lee 1

1고려대학교

Accredited

ABSTRACT

As above-mentioned, The Coldness which is dealing with <The Communication> between the writer and the reader is exposed to 1920's movement that is seeking to literatural value in one of the sympathy formation factor with <the reader> at the Japanese literature stage that is, the extension line in the transition period of literature concept. But, The Coldness which is extended to the men and women, and the writer and the reader from the objects through <the law of heat transmission action> showed the strange figure of the Yasukichi who is sympathetic with the object instead of being unable to communicate with the men. This is stemmed from the higher consciousness about 'the bonfire', 'gloves', 'the writer' etc regardless of the men and objects. There are vertical up-and-down relationship in the writer and reader concerns. Then, The Coldness in the place of the Japanese literature guarantees the same age in the name of the transition period in the literature concept. The Coldness however, connoted the limits in the aspect of vertical up-and-down relationship understanding about both. But, these limits are rather overcame by practicing the writing or so communication act. In other words, the text analysis in another Yasukichi work, The Greetings is transmitted to <the reader> in the aspect of narration method, and the limits are being tided over in One love novel which deals with text problem consciousness through sympathizing with <the reader>. In the aspect of these viewpoints, The Coldness in the total of 10 Yasukichi works plays the role of the bridge between at the notebook of the Yasukichi, The boy as the place of showing the literature view and The Greetings, one love novel as the place of practice.

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