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WANG Zhanyi:The Tale of Genji and Song of Everlasting Sorrow from the Perspective of Intertextuality

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     The Tale of Genji is a novel by Murasaki Shikibu, a female writer in the Heian Period of Japan, whose creation was deeply influenced by Bai Juyi's poem Song of Everlasting Sorrow, and there is an obvious intertextuality between the two in terms of their plots, characters and aesthetic perception. Murasaki Shikibu was very familiar with Bai Juyi's poems, and there are nearly one hundred places in The Tale of Genji related to Bai Juyi's poems. Therefore, it can be said that Bai Juyi's poems constitute an important "pre-understanding" for the interpretation of The Tale of Genji. By borrowing the tragedy of Song of Everlasting Sorrow, Murasaki Shikibu was not only eulogizing the poignant love story between the hero and heroine, but also lamenting the changeable world with prosperity doomed to fall.


【原文链接】王占一:《论互文视野下的《源氏物语》与《长恨歌》》发表于《济南大学学报》(社会科学版)2021年第3期