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Дата публикации статьи в журнале: 2020/05/12
Название журнала: Евразийский Союз Ученых, Выпуск: 73, Том: 9, Страницы в выпуске: 4-7
Анотация: The image and perception of one country in another have a huge meaning in bilateral relations of these countries. On the one hand, the existing image of a country reflects the nature of established relations on various levels. On the other hand, it can have an influence on them. The perception of Russia in Japan in the first half of the 20th century is very complicated and consists of numerous contradictions as in different periods Russia was an enemy, a friend, a partner or a friend and a potential enemy at the same time. One of the most recent methods of studying the nation’s opinion is to analyse national literature more closely. Japanese literature in Meiji (1868 – 1912), Taisho (1912 – 1926) and early Showa (1926 – 1989) periods is full of links to Western countries including Russia. The reason is simple. Japanese society tried to learn and adopt the best ideas from Europe and the USA to develop and enrich their own industry and culture. Therefore, the Japanese daily life was loaded with the things which came from the West. The aim of this article is to understand what Russia was known for among the Japanese society in this period.
Ключевые слова: Japanese literature in the first half of the 20th century image of Russia Japanese-Russian relations
Данные для цитирования: Svobodina A.K. . RUSSIA AND RUSSIANS IN POPULAR JAPANESE LITERATURE IN THE FIRST HALF OF 20TH CENTURY (4-7) // Евразийский Союз Ученых. Исторические науки. 2020/05/12; 73(9):4-7.
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