Tales of Ise: An Intertextual Theory - Table of Contents

Part 1 Criticism on the Textual Formation of Tales of Ise

 Chapter 1 Criticism on the Textual Formation of Ise: An Introduction

  Chapter 2 Collecting Design: In Relation to the Ise Archive
   Section 1 Collecting Design of Shinkokinshu and Shinchokusenshu: “Nearness of Narihira’s Poetry” in the Ise Archive
   Section 2 Collecting Design of Existing Narihira-shu: The Dual Structure of Tales of Ise, Karinotsukai Edition

 Chapter 3 Textual Quality of Karinotsukai Edition: Its Fragmental Deviation

 Chapter 4 Has the Narrator of Ise Changed?: So/Ko Demonstratives and a Namu Particle

Part 2 An Intertexual Theoy of Tales of Ise

  Chapter 1  Intertexual Theory of Ise: An Introduction
   Section 1  At the Episode Level
   Section 2  At the Passage Level

  Chapter 2 Intertexuality of Ise according to its Numerical Order
   Section 1 Mukashiotoko, the Hero, Returns to His Primal Experience: The Mind-Body Dualism in Episode 1-20
   Section 2 Mukashiotoko Grows as a Man of Irogonomi: The Laminating Structure in Episode 21-37
   Section 3 Mukashiotoko Rests in Solidarity: Away from Solitude in Episode 38-48
   Section 4 Mukashiotoko Revives: Two Resurrections in Episode 49-76
   Section 5 Mukashiotoko Resigns to Aging: Compromise with Reality in Episode 77-95
   Section 6 Mukashiotoko is Degenerating: Self-Abandonment in Episode 96-114
   Section 7 Mukashiotoko Dies Inevitably: Compromise, Resignation, and Expiration in Episode 115-125

  Chapter 3 Thematic Intertextuality in Ise
   Section 1 Moral in Ise: Miyabi as an Aesthetic Canon and a Compensation
   Section 2 Mukashiotoko is One and Consistent: Irogonomi in Ise

Part 3 Miscellaneous Essays on Ise

  Chapter 1 Interpretations at the Episode Level
   Section 1 Episode 23, Part 2-3
   Section 2 Episode 87

  Chapter 2 The Keio Edition Isemonogatari-Ekotoba: A Newly-Discovered Karinotsukai Edition

  Chapter 3 KIKUCHI Yasuhiko, Isemonogatari-Yamatomonogatari Ronkou: A Review


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