Dramatizing <i>Shunkin-shō</i>: An Interaction between High and Popular Culture

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  • 谷崎潤一郎「春琴抄」の劇化について
  • 谷崎潤一郎「春琴抄」の劇化について : 〈大衆〉化の一地平
  • タニザキジュンイチロウ 「 ハル キンショウ 」 ノ ゲキカ ニ ツイテ : 〈 タイシュウ 〉 カ ノ イチ チヘイ
  • —〈大衆〉化の一地平—

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<p>The dramatization of a novel once played an important role in translating a highbrow work of art into a more popular form that could be enjoyed by the public. To demonstrate such an interaction between literature and theater or between high and popular culture, here I will take up the two melodramatic adaptations of Junichirō Tanizaki's novel Shunkin-shō, one written by Mantarō Kubota and the other by Matsutarō Kawaguchi.</p>



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