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《播磨國書寫山緣起》與東亞僧傳敘事=Harima no kuni Shoshazan engi and Narrative in East Asian Biographies of Monks
Author 郭珮君 (著)=Kuo, Pei-chun (au.)
Source 2022文圖學與東亞文化交流國際學術論壇
Date2022.06.18
Publisher2022文圖學與東亞文化交流國際學術論壇
Content type會議論文=Proceeding Article
Language中文=Chinese
AbstractHarima no kuni Shoshazan engi, also known as Banshu Shoshazan engi,is an emaki, which means narrative picture scroll, in Edo Japan. It describes Shoku (910-1007), a Tendai master in Heian period, from his birth to his journey to Harima area, especially how he constructed the temple Engyo-ji. In this emaki, Emperor Kazan (968-1008) and master Shoku’s personal contact was highlighted, and the written scripture of Sutra of Lotus was also regarded as an important part in the narrative. Later, Emperor Goshirakawa (1127-1192) visited Shoshazan after Shoku’s death. Shoshazan once again became a religious spot at the time. Biography of Shoku can be found in different texts, and various strategies of narrative can be observed as well. Also, as for the miracle about Shoku’s birth, it can be compared with many different birth tales in East Asian biographies of monks. This article will be focused on Harima no kuni Shoshazan engi, through comparative methods to other biographies of monks in medieval China, to take a closer look at the possible influence from narrative of biographies of Chinese Buddhism on this emaki.
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