著者
真島 望
出版者
日本近世文学会
雑誌
近世文藝 (ISSN:03873412)
巻号頁・発行日
vol.105, pp.1-15, 2017 (Released:2017-07-31)

Suzuki-Nagayori is a highly cultured master carpenter who served the Tokugawa shogunate in the early Edo Period. The carpenter became versed in poetry written in Chinese through his close relation to Hitomi-Chikudō with whom he was engaged in exchanging poems. He was instructed in waka poetry by Shimizu-Sōsen who made helpful comments on his works. He sometimes collaborated with both mentors to hold poetry exhibitions as if to embody the contemporary literary tendency of making no distinction between Japanese and Chinese writings. Suzuki also compiled a history book in the form of a comparative study of Japan, China, and Korea. He modeled it on the compilation of national history by the Hayashi clan which then caused a fad for writing history in a poetical style. In the same method he edited a poetry anthology which was remarkable for his innovative attempt to include Korean poems. In this way he played an important role in widely popularizing the Hayashi clan’s academic knowledge. His career as an intellectual will provide excellent material for studying Edo culture during the Genroku and the Kyōho Periods.

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