East Asian Literature (Japanese, Chinese and Korean) - An Interface with India

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East Asian Literature (Japanese, Chinese and Korean) - An Interface with India

Summary of the Book

This volume discusses the past, present and future perspectives of literature in Japan, China and South Korea and its interface with India. Since this being a largely unexplored area, an attempt has been made to present a true picture of the literature and cultural milieu of the East Asian countries to the readers through well researched, thought-provoking and enlightening papers contributed by eminent scholars from India, Japan, China and Korea.

It is a historical fact that India maintained strong cultural ties with East Asian countries directly or indirectly through religion and culture since ancient times. This cultural bond has become all the more significant and meaningful in this age of information technology and globalization. In this context, literature has a great role to play. To be precise, it is only through literature that this existing bond of cultural affinity among India and East Asian countries could be nurtured and strengthened.

This book gives a vivid picture of the state of the past and present literary trends in Japan, China and South Korea, the influence of Indian literary trends and thought on their literatures, and the general perception and assimilation of East Asian literatures in India. This book would be a unique and comprehensive reference material for teachers, researchers, students, writers, and literary critics of Indian and East Asian literatures.

Book Content

Preface (v)

Editor's Note (xi)

 

Part I: Keynote Addresses (1-2)

  1. Keynote Address from Japan – Shiro Hara (3-9)
  2. Keynote Address from South Korea – Cho Dong-il (10-26)
  3. Keynote Address from China – Yu Kexun (27-29)
  4. Keynote Address from India – G.P. Deshpande (30-34)

 

Part II: Literary Theory, Criticism and History of Modern/Contemporary Creative Writings in East Asia (35-36)

  1. The Role of Writers in Japan's Era of Modernization and the Linguistic Situation of Contemporary Japanese Writers – Makio Oono (37-48)
  2. The Origin of Modern Korean Literature – Youngmin Kwon (49-58)
  3. Chinese Novels of the Recent Decades – Yu Kexun (59-66)
  4. Abstraction and Collocation in Modern Korean Poetry – Ki Joong Song (67-73)
  5. On Deification of Human Beings in Medieval Japan, along with a Case Study of Sugawara no Michizane – Saroj Kumar Chaudhuri (74-84)
  6. Modernist Consciousness or Modernity in Chinese Literature in the 20th Century – Hemant Kumar Adlakha (85-94)
  7. New Trends in Modern Literature of East Asian Countries with Special Reference to Modern Korean Poetry – Ramesh Sharma (Divik Ramesh) (95-110)
  8. Japan's First Social Novel in the Modern Era: Hakai of Shimazaki Toson – PA. George (111-121)
  9. Natsume Soseki: Japan's Interface with Western Literature – Prem Motwani (122-132)
  10. Women Writers as Agents of Change: A Look at Chinese Women Writers – Ravni Thakur (133-141)

 

Part III: India and Indian Themes in East Asian Literatures (143-144)

  1. The Image of India in the Popular Literature of Japanese Medieval Period: with Special Reference to Pictorial Expressions in Otogizoshi Tales – Kazuhiko Komatsu (145-162)
  2. A Comparative Study of Fables of India and China – Wang Shuying (163-175)
  3. Ganesha's Broken Tusk – A Culture Flow from India to North-East – Kim Young Wook (176-182)
  4. The Indian Influence on Chinese Literature: A Folk Literary Perspective – Priyadarsi Mukherji (183-190)
  5. The Image of India as Depicted in Konjaku Monogatari-shu (12th Century) – Anita Khanna (191-199)
  6. Guo Moruo and India – Devendra Singh Rawat (200-207)
  7. Tales from India Adapted in Japanese Folklore – A Critical Study – Manjushree Chauhan (208-215)
  8. Indian Literature in China – B.R. Deepak (216-222)
  9. India as Portrayed in Modern Japanese Literature: A Study of Endo Shusaku's Deep RiverM.V. Lakshmi (223-231)
  10. A Brief Appraisal of Indian Studies in China – Yukteshwar Kumar (232-241)
  11. The Tagore Wave in China: A Perspective – Kamal Dutta (242-252)

 

Part IV: East Asian Literatures in India (253-254)

  1. Translation: A Grand Trans-National India-China Enterprise of the Past – H.P. Ray (255-260)
  2. Translation and Research on Japanese Literature in India: 1990-2004 – Unita Sachidanand (261-281)
  3. Japanese Literature in Indian Translations: An Evaluation – Sushama Jain (282-290)
  4. Translations of Japanese Literature in Indian Languages – Present Status, Reception, Problems and Prospects with Special Reference to Tamil – V.N. Balambal (291-296)
  5. Japanese Literature in India: Translations in Bengali – Problems and Prospects – Gita Keeni (297-303)
  6. Japanese Literature in Indian School Curriculum – Janashruti Chandra Seth (304-307)
  7. Role of Cheena-Bhavana in Disseminating Chinese Studies in India – Hemkusum (308-12)

 

Part V: East Asian Literatures' Interface with World Literature (313-314)

  • Flexibility in Literature – Yoshitsugu Mochizuki (315-317)
  • Toward a Comparative Study of Hagiographies – Cho Dong-il (318-323)
  • Subaltern (Dalit) Societies in East Asian and Indian Literatures – Devendra Chaubey (324-329)
  • A Message from Asia – Katsusuke Miyauchi (330-340)
  • Octavio Paz and Zhuang zi : Some Reflections – Anil Dhingra (341-346)
  • Dissent or Blasphemy: An Overview of Modem Asian Literature – S.A. Hasan (347-357)

Contributors (359-362)

Name Index (363-370) 

Subject Index (371-384)

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