ID 424
Title Transcription
ハギワラ サクタロウ ノ ドウブツ ノ イメージ ト ナイテキ タイケン : D H ロレンス ニーチェ トノ ヒカク ケンキュウ
Title Alternative
Hagiwara Sakutaro's Animal Images and Interior Experience : a Comparative Study with D. H. Lawrence and Nietzsche
Author
Tanaka, Masashi
Content Type
Departmental Bulletin Paper
Description
Many images of animals are found in Hagiwara Sakutaro's poems. He mixed these images with human ones. He expressed his sexual impatience, loneliness and longing for beauty through animal images such as flapping butterflies, swimming bacteria, barking dogs and so on. Such characteristics can be seen in the works of Nietzsche, by whom Sakutaro was greatly influenced. Using animal images like a snake, an eagle, a camel, a lion etc., he conveys nuances of his value judgments. Sactaro's usage of animal images displays the same characteristics. Besides, I think Sakutaro utilized animal images to express something outside the stereotyped humanity. D. H. Lawrence, who was also greatly influenced by Nietzsche, used the image of a sloughing snake to describe the process of changing the mode of living. Sakutaro's creepy animal images may have the same function. In order to ascertain this point, I analyze his long poem, Hibarinosu or The Skylark's Nest. This poem includes the image of breaking eggshell. The interior experience described here is miserable, but there is a flicker of hope in this poem, especially in the images of eggs. The image of a sloughing snake or breaking of an eggshell can be regarded as lonesome efforts by writers who try to get out of the inflexible reality. They use animal images to express something outside the stereotyped humanity.
Journal Title
言語文化研究
ISSN
13405632
NCID
AN10436724
Volume
8
Start Page
1
End Page
12
Sort Key
1
Published Date
2001-02-20
Remark
公開日:2010年1月24日で登録したコンテンツは、国立情報学研究所において電子化したものです。
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language
jpn