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Study on the exchange through a letter sent by the Bashō to Gyoriku

Heo Kon 1

1강원대학교

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ABSTRACT

The subject of the letter Bashō sent to Gyoriku can confirm that the Haikai In most cases, there is a complex record of the contents, but among the 13 letters, 10 references to the Haikai refer to them. What this means is that Bashō is an indirect means of conveying that Haikai reform was the goal of his life. And the contents of the special drawing of Gyoriku are shown in 5 letters, and 2 letters centered on general greetings. And there are 2 letters mentioning his nephew Dōin. In this way, most of the letters Bashō sent to Gyoriku can be said to be the subject of Haikai. In letter 2.9, Kokuriku is actively requesting to perform poetry activities. In letter 2.10, Bashō is criticizing “Dentori Haikai(点取俳諧)”. In letter 2.11, he praises Kyoriku’s work. However, the writers of the time say that they are dissatisfied with Detyō Haikai(手帳俳諧). And he is criticizing the writers of the time who can not accept “Garumi(軽み)”, one of the ideals of Bashō’s poetry. In letter 2.13, Bashō depicts his constant pursuit of Haikai reform as he introduces his work. The content of these letters is the expression of Bashō’s determined will to the Haikai reform. Therefore, the keywords Bashō sent to Gyoriku are called HikaI. This is the willingness of Bashō to reform the Haikai, and it can be assessed that Bashō is represented through a letter to Gyoriku.

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