NAKAMURA Atsushi

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Name
NAKAMURA Atsushi
Affiliation
Sapporo Gakuin University
Section
Faculty of Humanities, Department of English Language and Literature
Job title
Professor,Professor
Degree
Master of Arts(Konan University)

Research Areas

 
 

Education

 
 
 - 
1986
Graduate School, Division of Humanities, Konan University
 
 
 - 
1981
Faculty of Literature, Konan University
 

Published Papers

 
中村 敦志
札幌学院大学人文学会紀要 = Journal of the Society of Humanities   (101) 95-111   Feb 2017
 最終詩集となったAlmost Invisible (2012)でマーク・ストランドは,前作までとは異なる趣旨で表題を付けているように思われる。本稿は,表題の意味と詩人の意図について考察する。詩集の全47 作の中から14 作品を例に取り上げ,3種類に分類して解釈した上で,表題の「ほとんど見えない」の意味を各作品について考察した。その結果,次のように解釈した。1)行き先不明の旅を扱った詩では,自己の居場所を探す旅人が,境界の「ほとんど見えない」中間領域に留まっている。2)帰宅を描いた作品では...
The Poet at the Border: Mark Strand's Almost Invisible
NAKAMURA Atsushi
Sapporo Gakuin University Journal of the Society of Humanities   101 95-111   Feb 2017   [Refereed]
The naming of Almost invisible(2012), the last collected poems of Mark Strand, seems to differ from that of the previous ones. My aim of this paper is to consider the meaning of “almost invisible” in the three groups of poems:1)a journey w...
中村 敦志
札幌学院大学人文学会紀要   97(97) 93-104   Feb 2015   [Refereed]
In The Waste Land the hyacinth girl speaks only once. Listening to her memories, the narrator shows an inscrutable response. Then their conversation breaks off, and their relationship cools down. How can we interpret the cryptic hyacinth ep...
中村 敦志
Journal of the Society of Humanities   (84) 35-51   Nov 2008   [Refereed]
NAKAMURA Atsushi
Journal of the Society of Humanities   77 37-49   Mar 2005   [Refereed]
Blizzard of One (1998) begins with "Untitled." This poem, referring to a titled poem within it, has no title for itself. Why does this collection begin with such an untitled poem? Mark Strand has been pursuing the theme : the absence of the self. ...

Books etc

 
"America in T. S. Eliot's Poetry: 'The Dry Salvages'"
Eigo Eibei Bungaku Kenkyu no Shincyouryu (Tokyo: Kinseido)   1992   

Research Grants & Projects

 
T. S. Eliot and Modernism
T. S. Eliot and American Poetry
Mark Strand