Index to back numbers of the Journal of Comparative Literature of JCLA

『HIKAKU BUNGAKU』 Journal of Comparative Literature
VOLUME 58 (2016.3)

  • How the Naturalists Described Merfolk or Mermaids: Fishes, Women, and Mammalia(NAKAMARU Teiko)
  • Kim So-un's "Line" as an Image of Korean National Character: Yanagi Muneyoshi's "Line" and Korean Folk Songs(KWONG Bo-kyoung)
  • Conside'rations sur la 《Renaissance annamite》:Les deux《renaussances》des arts vietnamiens au de'but du vingtie'me sie'cle (NIMURA Junko)
  • Une esthe'tique zolienne de l'ope'ra: sur la correspondance entre le re'cit de L'Attaque du moulin etet 《Le drame lyrique》(HAYASHI Shinzo)
  • Representation of Sheep in the Works of Abe Kobo: In Relation to the Domestication of Sheep in Manchuria(EGUCHI Maki)

『HIKAKU BUNGAKU』 Journal of Comparative Literature
VOLUME 57 (2015.3)

  • The're`se Raquin et la the'orie picturale du post-re'alisme (Soichiro JITTANI)
  • Mokutaro Kinoshita's Acceptance of E'douard Manet: A Study (Hiroko ONO)
  • Natsume Soseki's Affective Theory of Literature Compared to C.T.Winchester's
     Some Principles of Literary Criticism and Leo Tolstoy's What is Art? (Toyokazu KIDOURA)
  • Importing the Canon: The Harvard Classics and the Enpon Zenshu
    (Shunichiro AKIKUSA)
  • Japan's Acceptance of "Black Literature" and Literary Movements in the 1950s and 1960s:
    Kijima Hajime's Post-War Poetry, Folk, and Jazz (Kiriko NISHIDA)
  • Takeda Tintaro and Orientalism:
    Focusing on the Representation of the "Ideology of Sameness"
    in Jawa Sarasa (1944) (Syahrur Marta DWISUSILO)
  • Lilies in Sorekara(And Then) by Natsume Soseki: In Relation to Dora Thorne and Konjiki Yasha (The Golden Demon) (Yumiko MASUDA)

『HIKAKU BUNGAKU』 Journal of Comparative Literature
VOLUME 56 (2014.3)

  • The Image of Seclution:
     Buddhidm vs. Taoism in Shinsen Man'yoshu (WU Weifeng)
  • "Renaissance" de Pham Quynh et Kakuzo Okakura
     Modernisation et cre'ation de l'esthe'tique en classique
     en Extreme- Orient (Junko NIMURA)
  • Natsume Soseki and William James :
     On the Terms "Impressions" and "Ideas"
     in Theory of Literature (Bungakuron) (Hirofumi IWASHITA)
  • Doppo and Wordsworth
     ―about "koharu"(The Indian Summer) (Mimbu KAWAMURA)
  • Yamamuro Shizuka's reception of Selma Lagerlof,
     modern criticism of Nordic literature (Teiko NAMAMARU)

『HIKAKU BUNGAKU』 Journal of Comparative Literature
VOLUME 55 (2013.3)

  • 'Foreigner's in London: Soseki, Carlyle, and Sharp (HIGAYA Mihoko)
  • The Use of the Word 'Temperament' by YANAGI Muneyoshi: The Basal Tone of William Blake (1914) (SATO Hikari)
  • Qian Daosum and his Chinese Translation of Japanese Classical Literature: On the Chapter of Kiritsubo of The Tale of Genji (WU Weifeng)
  • Futabatei Shimei (1864-1909) as a Student of Russian Affairs andHis Relationship with Oba Kako (1872-1922?) (MATSUEDA Kana)
  • Lafcadio Hearn and Francis Galton (FUJIWARA Mami)
  • A Heritage Received from Kafka: The Resurrection of the Subject in Paul Auster's Works(UCHIYAMA Kanae)
  • Le pre'lude du retour: Sur la mention des oeuvres musicales dans La Me'diterrane'e du cre'puscule de Nagai Kafu (Shinzo HAYASHI)

『HIKAKU BUNGAKU』 Journal of Comparative Literature
VOLUME 54 (2012.3)

  • Damaged Innocence: A Study of The Insulted and Injured in Comparison with The Old Curiosity Shop" (TAKAHASHI Tomoyuki)
  • Dancing Between Two Worlds: Choi Seung-hee and the Japanese Art Scene of the 1940s (LEE Hyunjun)
  • Formation of Saito Mokichi's Tanka Theory Shasei-setsu: Its Relation to Nietzsche's View of Art (MAEDA Chizuko)
  • Ueber nationalistisch-romantische Momente im Roman Wellenschaum (Utakata no ki) von Mori Ogai (BIRUMACHI Yoshio)
  • The Public Acceptance of "Chang-han-mong" in South Korea: Novel, Play, and Media(SHIN Misun)
  • The Tale of the Tragic Love of a Sculptor and the Tale of the Tragic Love of Bu-ssi: Hugh Conway's The Story of the Sculptor Translated by Uchida Roan and Koda Rohan's Fu-Ryu-Butsu (YOSHIDA Daisuke)
  • Depiction of "Free Love" in the Works of Zhang Ziping: On Writings of Chinese Intellectuals from 1920s (KIYOCHI Yukiko)
  • Bang Jung-Hwan and the Translation of "The Prince and the Swallow  (KIM JiYong)
  • Where is "Justice"?: Taebaek Mountain by Saryang Kim (PIAO Yinji)
  • Rhys'Texts and the Modernist Connection with Cesaire (Midori Saito)

『HIKAKU BUNGAKU』 Journal of Comparative Literature
VOLUME 53 (2011.3)

  • MIKI Rofu Inspired by William Blake: A Variation on Songs of Innocence and of Experience" (SATO Hikari)
  • Zhou Zuoren and The Legends of Tono (WANG Lan)
  • Kikuchi Kan Reading J.M.Synge/ W.B.Yeats Reading Kikuchi Kan: The Reciprocal Influence of Japanese and Irish Literature (SUZUKI Akiyo)
  • Marginality of Ingmar Ingmarsson in Selma Lagerloef's Jerusalem,Compared to Odin, Loki, Odysseus, and Judas (NAKAMARU Teiko)
  • Pierre Loti's Understanding of Chinese and Japanese People: From Tahiti to Japan (KABA KATO Melek)
  • Oe Kenzaburo's Reception of Fukase Motohiro's Translation of W.H.Auden's Collected Shorter Poems :Auden as the Source of Oe's "Politics and Sex" (TAKAHASHI Yuki)
  • Oguri Fuyo's Kien and Its Original Writer Charlotte M. Brame (HORI Keiko)
  • Le pont dans L'ile de la mort de Fukunaga Takehiko: une lecture comparatiste avec Wilder et Gyokudo  (IWATSU Ko)

『HIKAKU BUNGAKU』 Journal of Comparative Literature
VOLUME 52 (2010.3)

  • An Essay on Mori Ogai's "Yasui Fujin" (SEITA Fumitake)
  • The Theory of "Dialogue"in Terayama Shuji's There Are Battlefields in the City:
    With the Photographic Theories of Nakahira Takuma and Moriyama Daido (HORIE Hidefumi)
  • The Evolution of the Portrayal of Byron by Hayashi Fusao:
    From Seinen to Sonen (KIKUCHI Yuki)
  • Tanizaki Junichiro's Interpretation of Moment in Peking by Lin Yutang  (CUI Haiyan)
  • Representation of Differences in Saryan Kim's Japanese Literary Works:
    His Divided Identity during the "Japan and Korea as One" (MIYAZAKI Yasushi)
  • Faulkner's Quixotism: Comic and Moral Aspects of Gavin Stevens (TANAKA Yumi)
  • Un Aspect de l'influence de Zola:
    La loi de l'《heredite》dans les oeuvres de la premiere periode de Nagai Kafu (HAYASHI Shinzo)
  • La poetique de la couleur bleue dans les premiers recueils de poemes de
    Hakushu: Du point de vue de l'acceptation de Maeterlinck (DEGUCHI Kaoru)
  • Le Yishi and Japan: Regarding Lu Yishi's Literary Activities in Wartime Shanghai  (SUGINO Motoko)
  • The Genealogy of Arbiter Elegantiarum: from Petronius to Daisuke  (HIGAYA Mihoko)

『HIKAKU BUNGAKU』 Journal of Comparative Literature
VOLUME 51 (2009.3)

  • Writing of America:
    Sawako Ariyoshi's Kiyu-no-shi and the Japanese Representation of U.S. Occupation (KIM Jiyoung)
  • Correspondence entre la litte'rature et l'art dans le symbolisme belge
    -e'tude comparative sur George Rodenbach et Xavier Mellery- (MITA Jun)
  • La critique d'art de Charles Chasse' et la Bretagne:
    lutte entre le discours de l'E'cole de Pont-Aven et le re'gionalisme breton
         (KOIZUMI Masaya)
  • Le point de vue du discours narratif dans L'lle de la mort(Shi-no-shima) de Takehiko Fukunaga et Andre' Gide
         -sur la re'ception des Faux-Monnayeurs-(NISHIOKA Aki)
  • A Study on the Material for Lu Xun's Introduction for The Selection of Beardsley's Illustration: Concerning the Essays of Symons and Jackson
         (HOSHINO Yukiyo)
  • Zhou Zuo-ren's Views on Demons and Ghosts:
    A Comparative Study with Yanagita Kunio (WANG Lan)
  • Echoing Texts:
    On Feng Zikai's "Huazhan de Riji", in Relation to Soseki's "Kaki"
         (NIMAKI Isamu)
  • Kobayashi Aiyu's Japanese Translation of Opera Librettos:
    Reading the Libretto of Suppe''s Boccaccio (ITOH Yuki)

『HIKAKU BUNGAKU』 Journal of Comparative Literature
VOLUME 50 (2008.3)

  • The Problem of 'Modernity' in Abe Tomoji's Hoshu:
    Miki Kiyoshi, Lord Byron and D.H.Lawrence (KIKUCHI Yuki)
  • Yanagi Muneyoshi's Remarks on his Project for the Advancement of Korean Culture (YANG Jiyoung)
  • Narrative and metamorphosis in Izumi Kyoka:
    A Comparison with The Golden Ass of Apuleius (NOGUCHI Tetsuya)
  • 'Psychology' as a Method:
    Concerning the 'New Psychological Approach' in Kawabata Yasunari's Literature (NIHEI Masato)
  • A Study on Lu Xun's Perception of the "Revolutionary Woodcut":
    Through his relationship with the Russian Avan-gardes (HAN Bing)
  • The Image of American in Kinkakuji (NAM Sangwook)
  • The Establishment of the France Society and the Debate on Traditionalism:
    Emile Heck, Dazai Shimon and the First World War (MURATA Hirokazu)
  • Baudelaire dans Enfance (Yonen) de Fukunaga Takehiko
    −sur la re'ception de 《correspondances》− (NISHIOKA Aki)

『HIKAKU BUNGAKU』 Journal of Comparative Literature
VOLUME XLIX (2007.3)

  • Opera Libretto of The White Fox by Okakura Kakuzo:
    Analysis of the Similarities to Kabuki and Wagner's Opera (SHIMIZU Emiko)
  • Sketches on the Borderline: the Style of Takahama Kyoshi's Chosun (MIZUNO Tatsuro)
  • Reconsideration of Kikuchi Kan and Irish Literature (KIM Moran)
  • Yasuda Yojiro's View of Tenshin: Three Aspects of "Bridging"
    Different Realms (LEE Kyunghee)
  • The World of Chinese Classical Poetry around Masaoka Shiki:
    An Analysis of Masaoka Shiki's Chinese Classical Poems and
    their Comparisons with Natsume Soseki's Chinese Classical Poems
    From the Angle of Versification (ZHOU Chenliaung)
  • L'essai de Fe'lix Re'gamey, Le Cahier rose de Madame Chrysantheme:
    L'objection a Pierre Loti a L'e'poque du Pe'ril Joune  (HAYASHI Kumiko)
  • Chong Ji-Yong and Walt Whitman (KIM Hyomi)
  • Connecting the Past and the Present: A Reading of Amitav Ghosh's In the Antique Land (OZAWA Shizen)


『HIKAKU BUNGAKU』 Journal of Comparative Literature
VOLUME XXXXVIII (2006.3)

  • The Theory of Social Evolution and the Concept of Rhetoric in the
    Meiji Period: Divergence and Possibilities of Natsume Soseki's
    Essay on Alexander Pope (KITAGAWA Fukiko)
  • Zhou Zuo-ren and Mori Ogai's Vita Sexualis:
    Common Characteristics between two Modern East-Asian Intellectuals
         (WANG Lan)
  • Manfred's Conversion or Mongaku's Repentance:
    Kitamura Tokoku's View on the 'Changing Mind' (KIKUCHI Yuki)
  • Chinese Naturalism: Chinese Naturalism in the Early 1920s and the
    Intruduciton of Japanese Naturalism in China (OHIGASHI Kazushige)
  • Art or Enlightenment?:
    The Adaptation of Japanese Nursery Songs in the Korean
    Children's Magazine Orini (HWANG Sun-Young)
  • Le roman-photo d'Herve' Guibert:
    Au point critique entre photographie et texte (SASAKI Yusuke)
  • A Critical Analysis of Satyagraha, with Special Reference to
    V.S. Naipaul's Criticism of "Gandhism" (KASE Kayoko)
  • Edogawa Rampo and His Cinematic Imagination (HAN Jung Sun)


『HIKAKU BUNGAKU』 Journal of Comparative Literature
VOLUME XXXXVII (2005.3)


  • The Power of Adaptation and Theatrical Reformation:
    Shoyo Matsui and Irish Drama  (KOJIMA Chiaki)
  • L'image de l'eau dans les 'Petits po`emes japonais' de Paul Caludel,
    e'tude de l'influence conjugue'e de la poe'sie populaire japonaise
    et du lyrisme sentimental verlainien (MABESOONE Laurent)
  • Izumi Kyoka and Lord Byron: On Possibility of
    the Influence of Cain upon Kusameikyu (KIKUCHI Yuki)
  • Formation d'un discours sur la litte'rature du T.O.M.
    dans' Histoire Litte'rature de l'ile de Formose de
    Kinji SHIMADA (HASHIMOTO Kyoko)
  • Yasunari KAWABATA's Concept of "Expression" during His Early Stage:
    From the Viewpoint of His Appreciation of Benedetto
    Croce's Esthetics (NIHEI Masato)
  • The Acceptance of Western Enlightenment in the Beginning of
    the Meiji Era and Discursive Formation (NAYA Setsuo)
  • Iwata Toyoo and Jules Renard : From Ninjin (Poil de Carotte) to Koshou-musuko (NAGASAWA Katsuko)
  • Portrayals of Japanese in Russian Literature:
    An Analysis Forcusing on V. Pikul's Tri Vozarasta Okinu-san (MIZOBUCHI Sonoko)
  • Yoda Gakkai's Perception of Commondore Ding Ruchang of Qing:
    The Sino- Japanese War and Intellectuals
    in the Meiji Period (FUKUI Tomoko)
  • A Postcolonial Dialogue: "Incomprehensible Nanyo"
    (Atsushi Nakajima)/"Faceless Japan"(Albert Wendt) (SUDO Naoto)


『HIKAKU BUNGAKU』 Journal of Comparative Literature
VOLUME XXXXVI (2004.3)


  • Izumi Kyoka and Edo Patterns:
    The Formation and Development of Ornamental Imagination  (MISHINA Rie)
  • A Challenge to Maternity: From the Discourse of
    Hiratsuka Raicho and Ra Hye-Suk (Kim Hwa-Young)
  • Chinese and Japanese Paintings Portraying Capitals
    in the 12th Century―A Comparison between Qingming
    Shanghe Tu
    and the Nenju Gyoji Emaki (NAGAI Kumiko)
  • Kurt Tucholskys Kritik am Konzept der "Kultur"
    im Kontext der Auseinandersetzung zwischen deutschen
    und franzoesischen Intellektuellen (KOJIMA Yuri)
  • The Meaning of Muraoka Hanako's Translation (NAKAYAMA Mihoko)
  • Comparative Literature in the Postmodern Age:
    From Istanbul to New York (Naoko Fuwa Thornton)


『HIKAKU BUNGAKU』 Journal of Comparative Literature
VOLUME XXXXV  (2003.3)


  • La naissance de la "critique":
    la "critique", l' "amelioration" et la "societe" au Japon sous l'ere Meiji (KIMURA Naoe)
  • Portraying Self-Consciousness:
    Tayama Katai's Futon and Yu Dafu's Chen lun (OHIGASHI Kazushige)
  • Uso as a Mode of Literary Expression:
    Formalistic Device in Yokomitsu Riich's Novels (KIM Jeong-hoon)
  • Defining the Colonial "Reality":
    On Metropolitan Receptions of Rudyard Kipling around 1890 (OZAWA Shizen)
  • "Haru no Tori" as Fool Literature:
    Kunikida Doppo's "Haruno tori" and Jeon-Taek's "Hakuchi ka tensai ka" (JEON Gwi-Ryun)
  • Warum geht es bei Goethes "Verachtung gegeueber Christo"?:
    Das Goethe Bild im Werk "Zoku Seiho no Hito" von Akutagawa Ryunosuke (INAGAKI Takahiro)
  • A Study on Meiniang's "Before Taking an Operation":
    In Connection with Tatsuzo Ishikawa's A Maternal Family (ZHANG Zhi-jing)
  • Comparative Study of Taiheiki and San guo zhi yan yi:
    With an Emphasis on Differences in the Presentation of Death
    (TANAKA Naoko)
  • Sato (Tamura) Toshiko's Shanghai Days (1942-45) and the Chinese Female Writer Guan Lu:As Seen throuth the Chinese Women's Journal Nu-Sheng
    (WU Pei-chen)
『HIKAKU BUNGAKU』 Journal of Comparative Literature
VOLUME XXXXIV  (2002.3)


  • Reexamining the Meaning of a 'Good Book':
    E.T.Seaton's Dobutsu-ki and Wartime Japan (NOBUOKA Asako)
  • Oscar Wilde's Vera and Uchida Roan's Higeki Kakumei Fujin(KOIZUMI Asako)
  • The Cartoonization of the Literary Text:
    Ippei Okamono's "The Picture Story of Bochan"(1917) and
    Koichiro Kondo's Cartoon Bochan (1918) (SUNG Mo-kyoung)
  • E.T.A. Hoffmann's "Prinzessin Brambilla" and E.A. Poe's "William Wilson":
    A Comparative Study on Doppelgaenger and Festivity (KAMEI Nobuharu)
  • Between Cultures: The Experience of Hearing Children of Deaf Parents
    (SHIBUYA Tomoko)
  • Schelling's Philosophy in Russian Poetry  (SAKANIWA Atsushi)
  • Lafcadio Hearn and Washington Irving:
    A Comparative Study of Their Urashima Stories (SATOMI Shigemi)
  • Lafcadio Hearn's 'Snow Woman' and Nishikawa Mitsuru's 'Calm Woman':
    Homecoming of Folktales in the Age of Globalization and Creolization
    (HIRAKAWA Sukehiro)
『HIKAKU BUNGAKU』 Journal of Comparative Literature
VOLUME XXXXIII (2001.3)


  • Repre´sentation Kirishitan de Lucifer dans la Premie`re Section de Tenchi Hajimari no Koto et dans le Tableau Saint de Saint-Michel
    (MATSUFUJI Hanae)
  • Nakamura Keiyu and Modern China (BO Peilin)
  • The Influence of the Japanese Haiku in Jose´ Juan Tablada's Un dia……
    (OTA Seiko)
  • Nakazato Tsuneko and Katherine Mansfield: An Analysis Centering on "Noriaibasha"and "Nikkoshitsu"
    (NAKAGAWA Katsuko)
  • Seoul Dada and Takahashi Shinkichi (Namigata Tsuyoshi)
  • Great Interpreter of Yellow Peril: Lafcadio Hearn's Contribution to the Yellow Man's Burden
    (HASHIMOTO Yorimitsu)
  • Yuan Xi's Seashells And the Greater East Asia Writers Congress Supplementary Prize: It's Significance in Nakazono Eisuke's Seashells of Beijing
    (GUO Wei)
  • Re-writing Colonial Discourses: "Paradise" and "Savage" in South Sea/ Nan'yo /Pacific Writings (SUDO Naoto)

『HIKAKU BUNGAKU』 Journal of Comparative Literature
VOLUME XXXXII (2000.3)


  • Intertextuality in Ooka Shohei's Musashino Fujin focusing on its relationship with Stendhal's La Chartreuse de Parme and the theme of "vow"
    (NODA Yasufumi)
  • A Conflict of Symbols: Iwano Homei's Reception of Emerson  (MIZUNO Tatsuro)
  • Chugan Engetsu's Literary Experience in Zhizhe Temple in Jinhua
    (Sun Rongcheng)
  • Akutagawa Ryunosuke's"The life of Kirisitohoroxyounin"and The Xiyouji
    Ruan Yi
  • The Representation of the Mehanics of Dominion and Topos within Colony: A Study of LONG, Ying-zhung's Papaiya no Aru Machi
    (LEE Yu-hui)
  • Aoki Rosui's "E no fujin ni chigiru" and Lafcadio Hearn's "Screen-Maiden"
    (Naoko Morita)
  • Korea and Kawakami Otojiro's Drama: Kawakami Otojiro's Senchikenmon Nikki and Shin Kokuo
    (LEE Eungsoo)

『HIKAKU BUNGAKU』 Journal of Comparative Literature
VOLUME XXXXI (1999.3)


  • The Sound of Tide (Kaicho'on)  in Kanbara Ariake's Poetry: The Formation of Symbolist Poetry in Modern Japanese Literature (SATO Nobuhiro)
  • Frank O'Hara's Stylistic Innovation and the Paintings of the New York School (KANEDA Yukiko)
  • Soseki and Wordsworth: On "Koto no Sorane" and "Strange Fits of Passion Have I Known" (Sato Yuko)
  • SHIBUSAWA Tatsuhiko et Andre´ Pieyre de Mandiargues (Atogami Shiro)
  • The Vision towards People and the Irish Drama in Japan: An Analysis of Tsubouchi Shoyo's Mirale (KOJIMA Chiaki)
  • Femmes tranque´es et cerne´es: a ´ propos de " Bake´-Icho" D'Izumi Kyoka et "Honorine" de Balzac (Mishina Rie)
  • An Analysis of Tessai's Works through His Inscriptions: A World of Su Tong-Pro
    (ZHAN Xiaomei)
  • The Stories of MAEDAKO Hiroichiro in his 'American' Period (NAKADA Sachiko)

『HIKAKU BUNGAKU』 Journal of Comparative Literature
VOLUME XXXX (1998.3)


  • Modern Chino-Japanese Translation of the Term 'Literature (LI Zheng)
  • Naoko de Tatsuo Hori et la trilogie d'Andre' Gide (NISHIMURA Yasunori)
  • SHIMAZAKI Toson and Turgenev:
    The Sounds Toson Heard and the Nature He Saw (MOMIUCHI Yuko)
  • Les Animaux dans Aiiro no hiki (Sombre crapaud) d'OTE Takuji:
    une comparaison avec les Fleurs du Mal de Beaudelaire (NISHINO Tsuneo)
  • Nakagami Kenji's Experience in Korea and Their Influence on His Later Novels: The Geographical Expansion of "roji" to Asia (NAKANE Takayuki)
  • Kunikida Doppo and the Young Figures in Modern Korean Literature:
    Towards a New Image of Kunikida Doppo (Jeong Gwi-Ryun)
  • La Maison d'un Artiste:
    Edmond de Concourt et l'art japonais (Brigitte KOYAMA-RICHATD)

『HIKAKU BUNGAKU』 Journal of Comparative Literature
VOLUME XXXIX (1997.3)


  • The Genealogy of Modern Shasei :Masaoka Shiki and the Art Theory of Antonio Fontanesi (MATSUI Takako)
  • Bertolt Brechts Begegnung mit dem Kabuki-Theater (TANAKA Tokuichi)
  • Portraits of the Other:
    Ozaki Koyo's Kyo-Kokuji and Maria Edgeworth's
    "The Grateful Negro" (SAITO Ai)
  • China's Response to the West in Art: Feng Zikai's Theory of the Superiority of Chinese Art and Its Origins in Japan (NISHIMAKI Isamu)
  • Bemerkungen zur Problematik des Uebersetzens,
    exemplifiziert an Natsume Sosekis Roman
    Der Tor aus Tokio (TOKUNAGA Mitsuhiro)
  • Lafcadio Hearn's Trip to Nagasaki (SATOMI Shigemi)

『HIKAKU BUNGAKU』 Journal of Comparative Literature
VOLUME XXXVIII (1996.3)


  • Soseki's Stay in Europe and Self-Expression (AIHARA Kazukuni)
  • A Comparative Study of Natsume Soseki's "Yume-Ju-Ya" and the Rebirth Stories of Chinese Literature: The Paradoxicality of 'Dai-Ichi-Ya' (HAZAMA Kafumi)
  • Akutagawa's "Jigokuhen" and Henso Henbun (Lin Lan)
  • Sakutaro et Baudelaire: De l'aphorisme a L'Ile gele'e (HOTTA Toshiyuki)
  • A Resource of the Chinese New Culture Movement:
    Li Shu-tong's Little Music Magazine and Meiji Japan (NISHIMAKI Isamu)
  • La revue Shirakaba et les beaux-arts: une re'vision
    autour de "Ce'zanne" et du "Post-Impressionnisme" (INAGA Shigemi)
  • From "Unchartered Frontiers" to "Fertile Lands":
    The Vision of Siberia and Manchuria before 1905 (OTANI Kotaro)
  • The Japanese Woman as a Representation of the Nation:
    Lafcadio Hearn's Ironic Colonialism (Naoko Fuwa Thornton)
  • Research Activities of the Society of Russo-Japanese Cultural Relations:
    Past, Present, and Future (NAKAGAWA Mitsuo)
  • Marjorie Nishiwaki and Japan (OKUBO Miharu)

『HIKAKU BUNGAKU』 Journal of Comparative Literature
VOLUME XXXVII (1995.3)


  • Stellung des "ordentlichen" und "ausserordentlichen" Lehrgangs
    innerhalb der Fruehen japanischen Germanistik (NAKA Naoichi)
  • Kabukihafte Elemente in Bertolt Brechts "Mutter Courage":
    Kattrins Trommelszene im Vergleich mit Ofune und Oshichi (TANAKA Tokuichi)
  • L'exotisme de Pierre Loti, ou une image dominante de l'Autre
    dans l'Europe du XIXe ciecle (ONUKI Toru)
  • Gombo Zhebes of Lafcadio Hearn (MURAI Fumio)
  • Kusamakura and Beauchamp's Career:A Comparative Study of Natsume Soseki and George Meredith (HIGAYA Mihoko)
  • Lu Xun, Hakuson and Soseki (LIN Cong)
  • Motojiro Kajii et Charles Baudelaire:
    le dedoublement de soi et la production litteraire  (Tsuri Kaoru)
  • Zhou Zuoren's Translations of Two Japanese Stories (Nishihara Daisuke)
  • Perspective on the Wakan Comparative Literature Association (KINPARA Tadashi)
  • In Memory of the late Professor SATO Teruo (SASAKI Shigemi, TOMITA Hitoshi, and YANAGI Tomiko)

『HIKAKU BUNGAKU』 Journal of Comparative Literature
VOLUME XXXVI (1994.3)


  • Un aspect de la reception de Maupassant au Japon −
    relecture de Futon (Le Matelas) de Tayama Katai (INAGAKI Noki
  • Yuzuru and Othello: Women as the "Margin" (ISHIZUKA Noriko)
  • Memories of Remorse and Sadness−Lu Xun's "Shangshi"and Mori Ogai's "Maihime (SUGINO Motoko)
  • Tokyo, Shanghai, and Keijo in the 1930s(SANO Masato)
  • A Vision of the "Femme Fatale" from Miwotsukushito Jashumon (HIRAISHI Noriko)
  • On "Madness" in the Early Dramas of Kikuchi Kan (HAYAKAWA Masanobu)
  • La cruaute espagnole: agencement et fonctions du cliche dans Carmen de Merimee et Militona de Gautier (SAKATA Sachiko)
  • Shakespeares Einfluss auf Wagners Dichtung
    "Tristan und Isolde": und "Romeo und Julia" (YAMAMOTO Junko)
  • Catoon and Culture: A Comparative Study of Feng Zikai and Takehisa Yumeji (NISHIMAKI Isamu)
  • Murakami Haruki and Raymond Carver: The Confluence of Japanese and American Literature in the 1980s (MATSUOKA Naomi)
  • In Memory of the late Professor SHIMADA Kinji (KAMEI Shunsuke, SENBOKUYA Koichi, MATSUMURA Masaie, KENMOCHI Takehiko, and HAGA Toru)

『HIKAKU BUNGAKU』 Journal of Comparative Literature
VOLUME XXXIII (1991.3)

ARTICLES IN JAPANESE
  • Wordsworthian Sensibility in Kunikida Doppo (HIROTA Minoru)
  • Water and the Aethetics of Urbun Landscape Kafu's Hiyori-getaand E. Magne's L'Esthe'tique des Villes(TAKEHARA Makoto)
  • Hinatsu Konosuke's Gothic-Roman Style(TANAKA Masashi)
  • Die Kafka-Rezeption:Martin Walsers Fruehwerke(ARIMURA Takehiro)
  • Lafcadio Hearn and Leona Queyrouze(HAGIWARA Junko)
  • Die Bearbeitung von "Das doppelte Lottchen" in Japan(IZUMI Chihoko)
  • The Importance of Textual Interpretation in Classic Japanese Poetry(KIMPARA Tadashi)
    HISTORICAL INQUIRIES INTO COMPARATIVE LITERATURE(III)
  • Ezra Pound, How to read(KODAMA Sanehide)

『HIKAKU BUNGAKU』 Journal of Comparative Literature
VOLUME XXXII (1990.3)

Featuring Recent Reserch on Soseki
ARTICLES
  • The Lineage of 'Great Darkness' (SETO Yoshifusa)
  • "Encounter" of Othello and Kojin(KOYANO Atsushi)
  • The Influence of Soseki Natsume's "Ten Nights of Dreams" on"Wild Grasses by Lu Xun (LIN Cou)
  • Arishima Takeo and Henrick Ibsen (UCHIDA Masaki)
  • La Tentation de l'Occident d'Andre Malraux de le Japon (SHIMIZU Masako)
  • Thematology in Comparatibe Literature Studies (JOHN T. DORSEY)
    NOTES
  • JAMES MAIN DIXON: Supplementary Biographical Materials (TSUKAMOTO Toshiaki) (HISAIZUMI Nobuyo)
    HISTORICAL INQUIRIES INTO COMPARATIVE LITERATURE(II)
  • James Legge, The Chinese Classics (MURAYAMA Yoshihiro)

『HIKAKU BUNGAKU』 Journal of Comparative Literature
VOLUME XXXI (1989.3)

To the 40th Anniversary of the ICLA
ARTICLES
  • "Yuan" in the Romances of the Tang Dynasty and the Tales of the Heian Period (KOTAJIMA Yosuke)
  • An Essay on the Study of Comparative Literature in Early Modern Japan(TANAKA Yuko)
  • Shimazaki Toson in the "Bungakukai" School and Shakespeare (SATO Saburo)
  • Mori Ohgai and Psychology of Gustav A. Lindner (SEITA Fumitake)
  • Women's Liberation and Mori Ohgai- Background to and Significanceof Saezuri(Twittering) (WATANABE Yoshio)
  • Bakhtin in Japan (SASAKI Hiroshi)
  • HISTORICAL INQUIRIES INTO COMPARATIVE LITERATURE(II)
  • Natume Soseki's Bungaku ron (Leterary Essays)(SHIMIZU Takayoshi)

『HIKAKU BUNGAKU』 Journal of Comparative Literature
VOLUME XXIX (1987.3)

  • Bertrand Russel; China and Japan (MIURA Toshihiko)
  • George Meredith's Idea on Japan and the Japanese (HAYAKAWA Masanobu)
  • Lafcadio Hearn in Waseda University (SEKITA Kaoru)
  • Mori Ohgai und H.v. Kleist (ITO Yoshihiro)
  • MISHIMA's Hanjo−a re-creation of a No Play (KAWAHARA Mayumi)
  • Nathaniel Hawthorne: The Italian Years (SAITO Sachiko)
  • George Oppen Who Was Influenced by Japanese "Haiku" (HIROSE Michiyoshi)
  • A nationalistic Meiji novelist and his solidarity with Africa (Fujita Midori)
  • Poe et Dos Passos en France (IDO Keiko)

『HIKAKU BUNGAKU』 Journal of Comparative Literature
VOLUME XXVIII (1986.3)

SYMPOSIUM: BAKUMATSU Japan and The Western World
Panelist     Jun ETO, Koichi ISODA, Kaoru FURUKAWA, Toru HAGA
  • Young Ogai MORI's Experience and Recognition of "akademische Freiheit"(Fumitake SEITA)
  • Ogai and Soseki−General NOGI's Junshi and Literature(Masahiko NISHI)
  • Saintly Presences for Kazuko Okakura(Miharu OKUBO)
  • Choko IKUTA und "Zarathustra"−Texte Ideal de Synthese de l'Occident−YOSHIDA Shoin de Tetsutaro KAWAKAMI(Takayoshi SHIMIZU)
  • The Transformation of the Taming of the Shrew(Masako SASAKI)
  • "Middlemarch",(G.Eliot)and , Wilhelm Meisters Lehrjahre"(Goethe)(Chieko WATANABE)
  • "Yuzuru", from the fold tale to the stage(Lee Eung Soo)
  • L'Influence de la Pensee Francaise sur IKI NO KOZO de Kuki Shuzo(Catherin Broderick)

『HIKAKU BUNGAKU』 Journal of Comparative Literature
VOLUME XXVII (1985.3)

  • Forbidden Colors and The Picture of Dorian Gray(Tamaki HORIE)
  • On a Literary Technique to Describe the Non-Realistic(Keiko IDO)
  • On the Formation of Boy and Home Images in "Shinjitsuichiro"(Masanobu Hayakawa)
  • Essai sur Kesa to Marito de Ryunosuke Akutagawa
    −en comparison avec La Double Meprise de Prosper Merimee(Tsuneaki OBA)
  • The Transformation of the Taming of the Shrew(Masako SASAKI)
  • "Middlemarch",(G.Eliot)and , Wilhelm Meisters Lehrjahre"(Goethe)(Chieko WATANABE)
  • "Yuzuru", from the fold tale to the stage(Lee Eung Soo)
  • L'Influence de la Pensee Francaise sur IKI NO KOZO de Kuki Shuzo(Catherin Broderick)

『HIKAKU BUNGAKU』 Journal of Comparative Literature
VOLUME XXV (1983.3)

Symposium
  • Comparative Literature−Prospective and Retrospective (Shoichi SAEKI) (Keiichiro KOBORI)(Moriaki WATANABE)(Hisao KAWAGUCHI)(Jun ETO)
  • Kakuzo OKAKURA's The Book of Tea and the Contemparary American Literary Scene (Naoko Fuwa THORNTON)
  • On the Study of Noh Plays in England and America (Akio MATSUYAMA)
  • The Impact of A Streetcar Named Desire on Tokyo no hito (Keiko KONO)

『HIKAKU BUNGAKU』 Journal of Comparative Literature
VOLUME XXIV (1982.3)

  • Soseki and Meredith (Sohu TAKETOMO)
  • Young Ogai Mori and the reading of Goethe and Schiller −In connection with 'Die Erkenntnis der Freiheit und Shoenheit'−(Fumitake SEITA)
  • Tagore's Critique of Nationalism in Japan, 1916(Yoshihiro OSAWA)
  • Poetical Works of Wordsworth and Doppo Kunikida(Hiromitsu YAMADA)
  • On the revision of "The Man in Safety" by Yuzo Yamamoto(Masanobu HAYAKAWA)
  • A Short History of Carinal Newman's Reception in Japan(2)(Reiko NAGAKURA)
  • Bibliography and Documents Lafcadio Hearn in Japan(Kazuo HAYAKAWA)

『HIKAKU BUNGAKU』 Journal of Comparative Literature
VOLUME XXIII (1981.3)

  • Soseki and Meredith (Sohu TAKETOMO)
  • Ogai Mori and Russian Literature (Naoto TSUCHIYA)
  • Les Deux Htomicides Dans La Litte'rature Moderne−"L'Etranger" et "Le Crime de Han"(Hitoshi OSHIMA)
  • The Significance of Translation of The Little Dream(Masaki Uchida)
  • Waldemar Bonsels und Japan(Atsushi KITAGAKI)
  • A Short History of Carinal Newman's Reception in Japan(Reiko NAGAKURA)

『HIKAKU BUNGAKU』 Journal of Comparative Literature
VOLUME XXII (1980.3)

  • In Memoriam Kenzo Nakajima
       (Rikutaro Fukuda, Minoru Matsuda, Fumiki Sato)
  • The Study of Homer in Japan (Takeo Oiji)
  • Some Interpretation of Ogai Mori's "The Last Phrase"(Fumitake Seita)
  • Petite histoire des e'tudes japonaises en France (Hironobu Saito)
  • Japanology in USSR (Tomiko YANAGI)
  • Japanology in America (Kinya TSURUTA)
  • Les deux se'jours en Angleterre de Saint-John Perse avant la premie`re Guerre mondiale (Mitsuru SUDA)
  • Shiller's Influence on Coleridge (Nobuo Takayama)

『HIKAKU BUNGAKU』 Journal of Comparative Literature
VOLUME XXI (1979.3)

  • An Essay on "The Eyes of the Eternal Brother,"translated by YUZO Yamamoto (Masanobu HAYAKAWA)
  • Soseki's Image of Pope the Man (Zenzo SUZUKI)
  • Chekhov in Japan (Seiro SATO)
  • Japanese-American Literature (Kazuyo YAMANE)
  • Rezeption des Pentamerone (Atsushi KITAGAKI)
    Bibliographies & Documents
  • Lafcadio Hearn in Japan(3) (Kazuo HAYAKAWA)
  • Prosper Me'rime'e au Japon (K.EGUCHI et H.TOMITA)

『HIKAKU BUNGAKU』 Journal of Comparative Literature
VOLUME XX (1978.3)

  • Soseki's Justice
    -in connection with Platonism Anglicized- (Kii NAKANO)
  • On the background of Soseki's "Tower of London" (Toshiaki TSUKAMOTO)
  • The World of "Eikyo" and "Gyujin" by Atsushi Nakajima (Hiroyuki NISHITANI)
  • Japan's Contributions to Gulliver's Travels (Maurice JOHNSON, Muneharu KITAGAMI, Philip WILLIAMS)
  • Soseki Natsume and Joseph Conrad (Hideaki SAGARA)
  • Nursery Rhymes and Their Introdution into Japan (Hajime MORI)

『HIKAKU BUNGAKU』 Journal of Comparative Literature
VOLUME XIX (1977.3)

  • Baudelaire in Japan (Hojin Yano)
  • Roka Tokutomi et les Mille et une Nuits (Kenji Sekine)
  • Ogai's Response to Ibsen (Fumitake Seita)
  • An Essay on 'The Blind Brother', the adapted drama by Yuzo Yamamoto (Masanobu Hayakawa)
  • Sherwood Anderson in Japan, with Reference to Shiro Ozaki (Yuji Kobayashi)
  • Quelques Problemes sur les "Poemes de la libellule (Toshio Hatakeneka)
  • Jhon Dryden and Shoyo Tsubouchi (Isao Sato)
  • Commodore Perry's Visit to Okinawa (Seisho Hokama)

『HIKAKU BUNGAKU』 Journal of Comparative Literature
VOLUME XVIII (1976.3)

  • OZAKI Koyo's as seen through his Adapted Stories- Especially on the Works Adapted from "Decameron" (Hironobu Saito)
  • Shoyo Tsubouchi's Theory of Humour (Masaie Matsumura)
  • Milton and Japan (Takero Oiji)
  • On "Haru wa Basha ni notte" ("Spring riding in a carriage")-A comparative study of its Structure (Hiroko Odagiri)
    Bibliographies & Documents:
  • Lafcadio Hearn in Japan (Kazuo Hayakawa)
  • Quelques Problemes sur les "Poemes de la libellule (Toshio Hatakeneka)
  • Christina Rossetti in Japan (Rikutaro Fukuda)

『HIKAKU BUNGAKU』 Journal of Comparative Literature
VOLUME XVII (1975.3)

  • Kocho BABA et Alphonse DAUDET (Hitoshi Tomita)
  • La teori'a drama'tica de Junji Konoshita (Yoichi Tajiri)
  • Two Adaptation Plays in the Sixth Year of Meiji(1873) (Yoshinori Yoshitake)
  • Some XIXth Centry American Writers Accepted Through the Medium of "Readers" (Koki Sato)
  • Ogai Mori and Anatole France (Kumiko Goto)
    Bibliographies & Documents:
  • Max Stirner in Japan (Yasuaki Sasaki)
  • Tennessee Williams in Japan (Akira Ishida)

『HIKAKU BUNGAKU』 Journal of Comparative Literature
VOLUME XVI (1974.3)

  • On the 25th Anniversary of the Comparative Literature Society of Japan (Kenzo Nakajima)
  • Koshoshi Miyazaki and American Literature (Shigenobu Sadoya)
  • Yuzo Yamamoto's The Crown of Life and August Strindberg's Idea of Fate (Masanobu Hayakawa)
  • Ogai Mori and Vom Kriege by Clausewitz: On the Problem of "Coup d'oeil" (Fumitake Seita)
  • Tres Dramas de "El Sombrero de Tres Picos"-Junji Kinoshita y Casona- (Yoichi Tajima)
  • Nathaniel Hawthorne et Julien Green (Hiroshi Watanabe)
  • Stavroguine et Setuzo -un aspect du nihilisme moderne dans le roman Kaijin d'Ogai Mori (Takayoshi Shimizu)
  • Kanoko Okamoto and Foreign Literature (Yoshiko Ohkoso)
  • A Japanese Adaptation of "The Raven": Hagiwara and Poe (Reiko Tsukimura)
    Bibliographies & Documents:
  • Lafcadio Hearn in Japan (Kazuo Hayakawa)

『HIKAKU BUNGAKU』 Journal of Comparative Literature
VOLUME XV (1973.3)

  • Soseki and Gissing - concerning Mon and Veranilda-(Kei Nakano)
  • Arthur Waley's Last Views on The Tale of Genji (Eimei Inoue)
  • Soseki Natsume's Marginalia in Tolstoy's What is Art? (Michiko Takahashi)
  • Whitman and Eliot: Two Sides of One Tradition (Philip Williams)
    Note:
  • A propos de Gekko's Takayasu (Hitoshi Tomita)
  • On Soseki's "Sokuten Kyoshi" (Kazuo Sugiyama)
    Bibliographies & Documents:
  • Yone Noguchi in Japan (2) and Abroad (Ikuo Atsumi)

『HIKAKU BUNGAKU』 Journal of Comparative Literature
VOLUME XIV (1972.3)

  • L'Inferno di Dante e le opere di Soseki (Takehiko Kenmochi)
  • Ogai Mori and Niccolo Machiavelli (Fumitake Seita)
  • Ryunosuike Akutagawa's Method in Historical Novels(1)-Centering around a Study of Un from the Viewpoint of Comparative Literature (Shigeo Kikuta)
  • Die komischen Figuren des japanischen Volkstheaters (Guenter Zobel)
    Note:
  • La Re'daction du Sango Benran d'Eishun Murakami (Sadao Tanaka)
  • Japanese Adaptations from O'neill (Michiyoshi Hirose)
  • Kanoko Okamoto and A Midsummer-Night's Dream (Yoshiko Ohkoso)
    Bibliographies & Documents:
  • S.T.Coleridge in Japan (Rikichi Katsurada)

『HIKAKU BUNGAKU』 Journal of Comparative Literature
VOLUME XIII (1971.3)

  • On Doshisha Literature (Masao Okamoto)
  • Kaishu Kuroyanagi et Litte'rature comparative (Hitoshi Tomita)
  • The Source of Kumo-no-ito (The Spider Web) and its Author (Yasuo Yasuda)
  • Koyo Ozaki, adapteur de Molie're (Hironobu Saito)
  • S.T.Coleridge and the Schlegels, Wilhelm and Fridrich (Keiko Izumi)
    Note:
  • Shinichi Nakamura and Anglo-American Literature (Takako Nagasawa)
  • The Role of the East in the East in the Stories of J.D.Salinger (Francis Mathy)