紀要論文 英字新聞The Japan Weekly Mail にみるヨネ・ノグチの姉崎正治論考
A Discussion on Masaharu Anesaki by Yone Noguchi in The Japan Weekly Mail

中地, 幸  ,  星野, 文子  ,  早川, 真理子  ,  宮田, 真澄  ,  NAKACHI, Sachi  ,  HOSHINO, Ayako  ,  HAYAKAWA, Mariko  ,  MIYATA, Masumi

(22)  , pp.43 - 57 , 2018-03-01 , 都留文科大学大学院
ISSN:1880-1439
NII書誌ID(NCID):AA11162950
内容記述
 This paper will introduce Yone Noguchi’s English article “Dr. M. Anesaki” published inThe Japan Weekly Mail on 26 July 1913. Along with the original work, it will provide a newJapanese translation of the article to shed light on Noguchi’s relationship to Masaharu Anesaki.Yone Noguchi (1875-1947), a Japanese poet who gained his international fame with Englishpoetry books in the United States and England, interviewed another internationalist, a Buddhistscholar Masaharu Anesaki (1873-1949) before Anesaki’s departure to Harvard University in1913, where he was to lecture on Japanese culture for two years. In the article, Noguchi coveredAnesaki’s achievements, including his major publications, his scholarship in comparison withthe German scholar Rudolf Eucken, a brief biography of Anesaki’s, as well as discussing thepeople who helped realize Anesaki’s visiting to Harvard. While Noguchi’s writing style is longwinded,his respect and admiration for Anesaki are obvious. Noguchi does not mention how hegot acquainted with Anesaki in the first place, but according to the article, the interview tookplace in Anesaki’s house in Tokyo.Recent research shows that The Japan Weekly Mail published quite a few articles writtenby Yone Noguchi; in particular, around the time when Noguchi himself was invited by the PoetLaureate Robert Bridges to give a lecture at Oxford University. Noguchi was known to translatehis own work mostly from English to Japanese and/or re-publish his works elsewhere. A partof the article “Dr. M. Anesaki” is a reprint from “The Earliest Japanese Poetry” in The Spirit ofJapanese Poetry (1913). The current paper is based on the presentation “Eiji Shinbun The JapanWeekly Mail and Yone Noguchi” on 12 November, 2017, for the Popular Culture Association ofJapan.
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