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“Paradise” Written by Mizuki Shigeru :His Friendship with the Tolai People Generated by The Asian-Pacific War
This paper focuses on the representation of “Paradise” by Mizuki Shigeru, and analyzes his essays and manga which he wrote about his friendship with the Tolai people. In the Asian-Pacific War, Mizuki was dispatched as a soldier in Rabaul, Papua N...
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The Mediators who Created the Practical Phase of Japan’s Propaganda in Occupied Countries during WW II :From the Study about Tōa bunkaken
In this paper, I examine Japan’s propaganda during WW II in occupied countries, focusing on long-term cultural activities conducted by public and private sectors. Concretely I considered this issue based on the study about the journal, Tōa bunkake...
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Border-Crossing of Taisho Vitalism and Radical Theory of Individuality in Colonial Korea ―― On Genealogy from Henri Bergson, Osugi Sakae to Yeom Sang-seop
Yeom Sang-seop’s discussion on how the aesthetic value of art lies in “the impulse of individuality” and that art is “a revelation of life” in “Individuality and Art”(1922) reflects an adoption of Bergson’s concept of “vital impulse...
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