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Inhaltsangabe: Ben no Naishi (1228-1270) created a unique public poetic account whose stance and content emphasized her devotion to the sacred and secular duties she performed as a naishi (female courtier) at the court of Go-Fukakusa and whose literary purpose was to commemorate the continuity of the royal family. The introduction reassesses traditional scholarship that regards Ben no Naishi nikki as the product of a naive author who compiled her text without any literary purpose, and the translation broadens the scope of offerings available in English from the Kamakura literary canon.
Über den Autor: S. Yumiko Hulvey is Assistant Professor of Japanese at the University of Florida. She has published articles on female writers of both classical and modern Japanese literature in journals such as Monumenta Nipponica, Manoa: A Pacific Journal of International Writing, and books such as Japanese Women Writers: A Bio-Critical Sourcebook and Japan in Traditional and Post Modern Perspectives. Her current research focuses on identifying intertextual allusions to the classics and tracing the development of fantastic and feminist themes in narratives by Enchi Fumiko (1905-1986).
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