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Title: 塚本邦雄『水葬物語』全講義(1)
Other Titles: A Complete Discourse on Kunio Tsukamoto : Suiso-Monogatari (Tales of Sea-Burial) [1]
Authors: 菱川, 善夫
Keywords: Life and death
story telling
Issue Date: 31-Mar-1994
Publisher: 北海学園大学人文学会
Abstract: In this first installment, the author contemplates on the meaning of Kunio Tsukamoto's collection of tanka poems, published in 1951, with the title of Suiso Monogatari (Tales of Sea Burials). As one of forerunners of zenei-tanka (the avant-garde school of short poetry), Tsukamoto tells stories in the first person, about the dead, mostly his friends killed in the war. In this work, however, Tsukamoto is not simply lamenting and mourning the deaths, but reflecting the climate of the times from an objective perspective of an observer standing by. Tsukamoto's poetry is outstanding in that it succeeds in giving expression to his impersonal, satirical attitude within the shortest form of tanka poetry, while dealing with this most intimate question of life and death, not in romantic sentiment, but getting above any personal feelings.
URI: http://hokuga.hgu.jp/dspace/handle/123456789/1217
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