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|Other Titles:||<Articles>Reception of Frankenstein in Yanase Takashi's Fairy Tales|
|Author's alias:||DOAI, Hironori|
|Journal title:||文芸表象論集 = Literary Arts and Representation|
|Abstract:||This study argues on the influence of Mary Shelley's Frankenstein in Yanase Takashi's fairy tales. Specifically, I take up Anpanman and Kyurakyura no Chi for discussion. The motifs of ugliness and the oppressed person are shown in these two fairy tales as well as in Frankenstein. Through comparison of both writers works, it can be considered that Yanase found important source of ideas for his works in Frankenstein.|
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