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Title: 筑前国志賀白水郎歌群 : 構造論の展望
Other Titles: Chikuzen-no-kuni Shika-no-ama Songs (Songs of the Shika-fishermen in Chikuzen) : An overview of studies on the construction of the Shika-no-ama Songs
Authors: 村山, 出
MURAYAMA, IZURU
Issue Date: 31-Oct-1996
Publisher: 北海学園大学人文学会
Abstract: Songs of the Shika fishermen ("Shika-no-ama") in Chikuzen tell of how a fisherman named Arao was lost at sea at the biginning of the Jinki Era (724~9) and of the subsequent grief of his family. It is debated whether the writer of the songs was the poet Yamanoue Okura or a member of the family of the fisherman Arao. It is further argued whether the songs can be considered to have a literary construction. Finally, in the Amagasaki-bon version of the Manyoshu, there is mention of another source ("one book"), the importance of which is contested, in which the Shika-no-ama songs appear in a different version. In this paper, I give an overview of these issues and of the various theories surrounding the Shika-no-ama songs.
URI: http://hokuga.hgu.jp/dspace/handle/123456789/1263
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