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Il tempo e la gloria nell’Ise monogatari

Considerazioni sui risvolti politici dei canti del «vecchio»

Francesca Fraccaro    Università degli Studi di Firenze, Italia    

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abstract

Centred as they are on historical figures and public events, the six chapters (76, 77, 79, 81, 83, 97) that refer to Narihira as an “old man” (okina) have long been the object of scholarly debate as important keys to the understanding of the Ise monogatari. This article explores their political overtones, showing how, through the symbolic use of seasonal motifs, the old man’s poems obliquely signal – and covertly denounce as an illegitimate assumption of power – specific stages of Fujiwara no Yoshifusa’s political ascent, vis-à-vis the consequent decline of other clans (the Ariwaras) and royal personages (Prince Koretaka).

Pubblicato
30 Giugno 2021
Accettato
26 Marzo 2021
Presentato
02 Febbraio 2021
Lingua
IT

Keywords: FlowerPolitical dissentTimePolitical powerLast day of springFujiwara no YoshifusaAmbiguityOkinaWisteriaBai Juyi

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