This article aims to reconsider the intertextual relations surrounding Tsubosumire (The Violet in Pot), published in 1794 and reprinted at different times with different formats and titles. On the one hand, it seeks to stimulate a discussion on how intertextuality is to be intended when studying Edo texts, and to what extent shukō as a working tool for literary criticism is effective. On the other hand, while attempting an interpretive reading of Tsubosumire’s intertextual intersections, it traces the yet little explored links between sharebon narrative material and other literary manifestations of the late eighteenth century.

(2022). Intertextual Intersections in Late Edo-Period Prose Literature . Retrieved from http://hdl.handle.net/10446/228749

Intertextual Intersections in Late Edo-Period Prose Literature

Pallone, Cristian
2022

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This article aims to reconsider the intertextual relations surrounding Tsubosumire (The Violet in Pot), published in 1794 and reprinted at different times with different formats and titles. On the one hand, it seeks to stimulate a discussion on how intertextuality is to be intended when studying Edo texts, and to what extent shukō as a working tool for literary criticism is effective. On the other hand, while attempting an interpretive reading of Tsubosumire’s intertextual intersections, it traces the yet little explored links between sharebon narrative material and other literary manifestations of the late eighteenth century.
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