In his article “Nihon ni okeru miraiha no shi to sono kaisetsu” (“Poetry of the Japanese Futurist School and its explanation”, "Kanjō", November 1916), Hagiwara Sakutarō used the label «Futurism» (miraiha) to comment on Yamamura Bochō’s poems collected in "Seisanryō hari" (The Sacred Prism, 1915). Sakutarō’s use of the word «miraiha», although extremely relevant as one of the first known occurrences of the term in the critical discourse of Japanese poetry, actually stems from a blurred understanding of what Futurism was in the first place. Sakutarō was probably influenced by contemporary accounts of the developments of European avant-garde movements, and by indigenous artistic discourse, where «miraiha» had soon become a diluted catch-word used to define every school generically opposed to Naturalism.
|Data di pubblicazione:||2008|
|Titolo:||Il futurismo di Yamamura Bochō secondo Hagiwara Sakutarō|
|Titolo del libro:||Atti del XXXI convegno di studi sul Giappone|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||4.1 Articolo in Atti di convegno|