The Ritsumeikan Bungaku

Serial Number 667

A Special Issue
in Honour of
on the Occasion of
His Retirement

Saori Abe: Identity Politics on Overseas Chinese Female Writers' Works:
Reading Der Ling's Autobiography Kowtow
Hirozumi Ishihara: F. R. Leavis and English Studies
―Criticism and Creative Reading―
Hideto Imaisumi: From Manchuria to Peking:
The Footsteps of Zhong Lihe in Mainland China
Hiroshi Onishi: Is Lao-China Railway Project a Debt Diplomacy?
Miyuki Kato: The Time and Space of Writer Deep into the Massese:
Zhao Shuli’s(赵树理)Duanlian Duanlian(锻炼锻炼)
Miki Kawamoto: Regulations on Literature:
The Rewriting of The Paper Menagerie in the Mainland Chinese Version
Hirotoshi Kinukawa: The Periphery of the League of Left-Wing Writers Tokyo Branch
Kazuyoshi Komami: Overseas Chinese in Osaka & Kyoto and Social Changes:
Changes Bring about by Inbound Tourism
Wataru Sato: Tony Birch’s Fiction: An Interview
Li Zhang: A Study on Loanwords from the Japanese Language Based on Inclusion
of Xiandai Hanyu Cidian-Focusing on New Words
Chika Nakanishi: An Analysis of Chinese Prohibitive Expressions on Signboards and Notices
―A Politeness Perspective
Ken Hasegawa: The Summary of Chinese Complex Sentence Studies since 2000
Yusuke Hirosawa: Text of the First Volume of the Tales of the Three Kingdoms 三国志平話:
Those Who Recited, Scribed, and Published It
Soyu Nakafumi: About the Aspect Particle le in Chinese Political Papers
Hironobu Hoshina: Reading Ryōyōsyūkasanzensyū
Yusuke Misu: From Qiuhaitang to Vermilion Door:
NanDan, the Female Impersonator and Masculinity in Modern Chinese Literature
Shiho Murakami: The Transition of Religious Policy since the 1990s to the Present in China:
An Analysis Based on the Cases of Protestant Church
Kumiko Yoshioka: The Microscope as a Mediator of the Rise of Pediatrics at Harvard:
Thomas Morgan Rotch, the Winner of the First Prize of the Boylston Medical Society
in 1873
Akira Yoshinami: A Momentary Renaissance
―The Locas of Debate on the Problem of Chinese Comedy Films

Characters Created by Lu Xun
The Intellectuals
Takuya Shiroyama: Who Do Intellectuals Serve ?:
Reading A Madman’s Diary(狂人日記) and Opposing Aggression(非攻)
The Masses
Yosuke Ono: A Review of Ah Q(阿Q)as a Character:
An Incident(風波) and The True Story of Ah Q(阿Q正伝)
The Men
Takuya Shiroyama: From Boy to Father:
Reading Sadness(傷逝) and The Misanthrope(孤独者)
The Women
Mayumi Toriya: From Girl to Mother: Reading Sadness(傷逝)


Shunsuke Kikuchi: Kahokuzenlinkai Association in North China under Japanese Occupation
and the Official Magazines Kensetsusen, Dun Lin
Mitsuaki Sassa: A Study on the Partnership between Oomoto-kyo and the Daoyuan-Red
Swastika Society―The Political Implications included in the Religious Union Movement
Fumiko Sugimoto: National Beijing Women’s Normal School:
Girl’s Education in Beijing under Japanese Occupation
Hajime Miyauchi: Self-government and Clans of Modern China:
A Case Study on Taishan of Canton in the 1920-30’s
Hajime Yamamoto: The Late Qing Local Administration as Seen from Personnel Affairs
of Mu-Liao: The Case of Zhang-Zhidong’s Mu-liao