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タイトル: 大江健三郎の最初期小説における「政治的な参加」の問題 : 「喝采」を中心に
著者: ギュヴェン, デヴリム C
キーワード: 政治的な参加(アンガジュマン)と政治的離脱(デザンガジュマン)
発行日: 2011年3月1日
出版者: 東京大学大学院総合文化研究科言語情報科学専攻
掲載誌情報: 言語情報科学. 9, 2011.3.1, pp. 187-202
抄録: Oe Kenzaburo's "Applause" ("Kassai", 1958) recounts the story of Natsuo, a university student who is the "male mistress" of Lucien, a foreign diplomat posted in Japan. Natsuo's encounter and "successful" sexual intercourse with Yasuko, who is hired as a maid-prostitute by Lucien gives him hopes about an authentic "commitment" with her. Yet his plan collapses when he learns that she is in fact a prostitute specializing exclusively in homosexual couples, and all was a game planned by Lucien in order for Natsuo to become economically and sexually further dependent upon him. Oe used "sexuality" as a metaphor for articulating politics and power relations; the current political disengagement of Natsuo and the stagnation of the student movement during the suffocating social atmosphere of the late 1950s are translated into a creative discourse of sexuality by adopting images of impotence, sexual dependence and prostitution. Through juxtaposing almost all socio-political and sexual senses of the word "engagement" and a deliberate mistranslation of the French word "engager", Oe attempts to expose the effects of power mechanism of the Eurocentric culture, i.e., "cultural imperialism" on the periphery countries.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2261/52655
ISSN: 13478931


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