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標題: 世變下的史筆:《當世新話》初探
Historical Writing Skill in Changing Era: A Primary Study on Dangshi xinhua
作者: 柯混瀚
Ko, Hun-Han
關鍵字: 《當世新話》;新聞;史筆;日本漢文小說;明治時期;Dangshi xinhua;Journalism;Historical Writing Skills;Japanese Chinese-character Novels;Meiji Era
Project: 興大中文學報, Issue 44, Page(s) 121-143

Published on May, Meiji 8 (1985), Dangshi Xinhua, compiled by Fujii Shuku and actually written by famous sinologist, Gakkai Yoda (1834-1909), is one of the Japanese Chinese-character novels in Meiji era. As collecting 33 anecdotes, Dangshi xinhua's creativity can be defined by its relation to the developmental background of modern Japanese newspapers and journals, in which both characteristics of "authenticity" and "instantaneity" are emphasized. Besides, following the tradition of the Chinese "anecdote," the book makes records, with some hidden messages, of the author's time, appearing what intellectuals aimed to express among old/new generations and east/west cultures after Meiji restoration. In this regard, this paper focuses on the background of Dangshi Xinhua, arguing the interaction between the prosperity of journalism in early Meiji era and creative writing of Chinese-character novels. This paper, based on an investigations of the significances and historical style of classical Chinese novels, also focuses on, in the context of Japanese Chinese-character novels, the writing features and implications of Dangshi Xinhua.
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