Search for dissertations about: "WADA"

Showing result 1 - 5 of 10 swedish dissertations containing the word WADA.

  1. 1. Poetic Allusion : Some Aspects of the Role Played by Kokin Wakashuu as a Source of Poetic Allusion in Genji Monogatari

    University dissertation from Stockholms universitet, Stockholm

    Author : Gunilla Lindberg-Wada; [1983]
    Keywords : HUMANIORA; HUMANITIES; HUMANITIES and RELIGION Languages and linguistics Other languages Japanology; HUMANIORA och RELIGIONSVETENSKAP Språkvetenskap Övriga språk Japanologi;

    Abstract : This study concerns the role of Kokin Wakashuu poetry as a source of allusion (as HIKIUTA, "a poem alluded to") in the narrative, dialogue and letters of Genji Monogatari.The material has been divided into 188 contexts, with one poem alluded to in each context. There are 128 Kokin Wakashuu poems alluded to, some of them more than once. READ MORE

  2. 2. Who Cares? Culture, Structure, and Agency in Caring for the Elderly in Japan

    University dissertation from Stockholm : Institute of Oriental Languages, Stockholm University

    Author : Els-Marie Anbäcken; Gunilla Lindberg-Wada; Sepp Linhart Wien; [1997]
    Keywords : HUMANIORA; HUMANITIES; HUMANITIES and RELIGION Languages and linguistics Other languages East Asian languages; HUMANIORA och RELIGIONSVETENSKAP Språkvetenskap Övriga språk Östasiatiska språk;

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  3. 3. A Decontextual Stylistics Study of the Genji Monogatari With a Focus on the "Yûgao" Story

    University dissertation from Stockholm : Department of Oriental Languages, Stockholm University

    Author : Stina Jelbring; Gunilla Lindberg-Wada; Machiko Midorikawa; [2010]
    Keywords : HUMANIORA; HUMANITIES; Genji Monogatari; Yûgao; Japanese literature; Murasaki Shikibu; Heian Period; monogatari; waka; poetry; stylistics; narratology; poetics; genre; metaphor; allusion; symbol; translation studies; HUMANITIES and RELIGION Languages and linguistics Other languages Japanology; HUMANIORA och RELIGIONSVETENSKAP Språkvetenskap Övriga språk Japanologi; Japanology; japanologi;

    Abstract : The dominant part of the research on the “Yûgao” (The Twilight Beauty) story of the Japanese eleventh-century classic the Genji Monogatari (The Tale of Genji) is philological and often excludes a general literary analysis. This story has also been related to Japanese and Chinese literary influences, thereby placing the text in its literary context. READ MORE

  4. 4. Haikai Poetics Buson, Kitō and the Interpretation of Renku Poetry

    University dissertation from Stockholm : Institutionen för orientaliska språk

    Author : Herbert Jonsson; Gunilla Lindberg-Wada; Martin Svensson Ekström; Cheryl Crowley; [2006]
    Keywords : HUMANIORA; HUMANITIES; Yosa Buson; Matsuo Bashō; Takai Kitō; haiku; haikai; sabi; tsukeai; renku; poetics; aesthetics; verse-linking; theories of creativity; eighteenth-century Japan; cognitive poetics; HUMANITIES and RELIGION Languages and linguistics Other languages Japanology; HUMANIORA och RELIGIONSVETENSKAP Språkvetenskap Övriga språk Japanologi;

    Abstract : The dissertation is a study of the poetics of haikai in eighteenth-century Japan. It is more specifically concerned with the works of Yosa Buson and some of his followers. Rather than being a study of certain poems, it is an investigation of theories of aesthetics and composition, and of criticism. READ MORE

  5. 5. Deictic Demonstratives in Japanese, Finnish and Swedish First and Third Language Perspectives

    University dissertation from Stockholm : Department of Asian, Middle Eastern and Turkish Studies, Stockholm University

    Author : Mitsuyo Kuwano Lidén; Gunilla Lindberg-Wada; Päivi Juvonen; Peter af Trampe; Keiko Yoshioka; [2016]
    Keywords : HUMANIORA; HUMANITIES; HUMANIORA; HUMANITIES; Japanese; Finnish; Swedish; spatial-deictically used demonstratives; interlanguage; third-language learning; Japanology; japanologi;

    Abstract : The goal of this thesis is twofold. Firstly, it investigates the actual, native use of spatial-deictic demonstratives in Japanese, Finnish and Swedish. READ MORE