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Start Archive Comparisons, n°18/2016
Comparisons, n°18


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1 Spis treści Redakcja
2 Wstęp Estera Żeromska
3 On the semantic capacity of chosen words and exptressions in different contexts and their conotations Agnieszka Żuławska-Umeda
4 Translation/interpretation in the Japanese-Polish context. Some remarks Arkadiusz Jabłoński
5 The analysis of similarities and differences in the interpretations of the skeleton as a supernatural being in Christian Western Europe and Japan Agnieszka Pączkowska
6 „The smoke ended, and Toribeno in its snowy mantle seems to a grieving heart like the whitened trees of crane grove”. On the Buddhist concept of vanity and necropolistic threads in Japanese literature of the early medieval period Adam Bednarczyk
7 Japanese lyrical prose on the example of Ise monogatari (Tales from Ise) Iwona Kordzińska-Nawrocka
8 Love, nature and the city. The influence of Émile Verhaeren on the works of Takamura Kōtarō Katarzyna Sonnenberg
9 ”Living ghosts” (ikiryō) as the contents of subconsciousness in Kafka on the shore by Murakami Haruki Agnieszka Kozyra
10 Abe Kōbō – between modernism and postmodernism. Reflections on the novel Kangaroo notebook Mikołaj Melanowicz
11 Blade Runner in the time warp complex: the movie by Ridley Scott in Shono Yoriko’s novel Beata Kubiak-Ho-Chi
12 The identity issue in Okinawan literature of the 20th century (on the example of the short stories Officer Ukuma Ikemiyagi Sekihō and Mothers, women Nakandakari Hatsu) Anna Spinek-Bomke
13 Kyōgen, the Japanese comedy of crazy words and dell’arte comedy Anna Zalewska
14 On the border of realism: woman and womanhood in the Japanese theatre Estera Żeromska
15 Music in Kojiki Marta Wesołowska
16 This article focuses on the descriptions of music in Kojiki (Record of Ancient Matters, 712) − the oldest existing chronicle of Japan. The author discusses respectively: the circumstances of the creation of Kojiki (activity of Hieda no Are, the compiler from Gagakuryō Japanese Court Music Bureau), the characteristics of early Japanese performing art traditions (kagura ritual dance, chinkon ceremony of recalling the soul), the analysis of ancient folk songs kayō and the symbolism of the oldest musical instruments. The analysis of the selected musical descriptions was carried out in regard to the socio-cultural context as well as the linguistic aspects. Based on the evidence material presented in this article, the author characterized the musical life of ancient Japan. Special attention was also paid to the role of music in shaping the literary work. Małgorzata Wolniak
17 “Everyone is naked when taking a bath”. Saitō Torajirō’s Five men from Tokyo and the democratization in the Japanese film Andrzej Świrkowski
18 The unknown face of Kusama Yayoi – Japanese artist and writer Paweł Pachciarek
19 Czech-Slovak comparative studies “reborn”. A new association on the way Miloš Zelenka
20 Między kryzysem a rozwojem. Ogólnopolskie Sympozjum Dydaktyków Komparatystyki, Toruń, 30-31 marca 2016 roku Redakcja
21 Recenzje Redakcja
22 Omówienia Redakcja
 

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