翻刻 臨江山地蔵寺蔵「孟子聞録」  [in Japanese] Reproduction : Moshi-monroku possessed by Rinkozan Jizoji-Temple  [in Japanese]

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"Moshi−monroku(孟子聞録)"is a handwritten copy produced at the end of Edo Period, and possessed by Rinkozan Jizoji Temple(臨江山地蔵寺),a Daikakuji−sect Shingon Buddhism temple, located in Nishibun, Tsunomine−cho, Anan City, Tokushima Prefecture. The copy used "Moshi Shu Ki shitsu(孟子朱熹集注)"as text and recorded in katakana with kanjis, readings and meanings of difficult Chinese characters and phrases, and interpretations of the passages of hard to understand in the first six chapters from "Introduction" to "Tobunko Passage : Volume 2(滕文公章句下)" out of 14 chapters. This book is a transcription of the learning record which was produced by copying speech by a master teacher in written forms. It is speculated that the book was written during Bunka and Bunsei years of Edo period or a little later. It is presumed from the explanatory notes that the master teacher and the learner were natives from Awa Tokushima area. Many linguistic phenomena were observed that have common features with modern Japanese spoken in Tokushima. Considering the paucity of existing documents, this is characterized as very valuable document to learn how Japanese language was used in Tokushima during Edo period. In this paper, I transcribe the full text of "Moshi−monroku" with the aim of providing linguistic data on Tokushima dialect during the late Edo period.

"Moshi-monroku(孟子聞録)"is a handwritten copy produced at the end of Edo Period, and possessed by Rinkozan Jizoji Temple(臨江山地蔵寺),a Daikakuji-sect Shingon Buddhism temple, located in Nishibun, Tsunomine-cho, Anan City, Tokushima Prefecture. The copy used "Moshi Shu Ki shitsu(孟子朱熹集注)"as text and recorded in katakana with kanjis, readings and meanings of difficult Chinese characters and phrases, and interpretations of the passages of hard to understand in the first six chapters from "Introduction" to "Tobunko Passage : Volume 2(滕文公章句下)" out of 14 chapters. This book is a transcription of the learning record which was produced by copying speech by a master teacher in written forms. It is speculated that the book was written during Bunka and Bunsei years of Edo period or a little later. It is presumed from the explanatory notes that the master teacher and the learner were natives from Awa Tokushima area. Many linguistic phenomena were observed that have common features with modern Japanese spoken in Tokushima. Considering the paucity of existing documents, this is characterized as very valuable document to learn how Japanese language was used in Tokushima during Edo period. In this paper, I transcribe the full text of "Moshi-monroku" with the aim of providing linguistic data on Tokushima dialect during the late Edo period.

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  • Research bulletin of Naruto University of Education

    Research bulletin of Naruto University of Education 29, 215-236, 2014

    Naruto University of Education

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  • NII Article ID (NAID)
    110009841992
  • NII NACSIS-CAT ID (NCID)
    AA12124651
  • Text Lang
    JPN
  • Article Type
    departmental bulletin paper
  • Journal Type
    大学紀要
  • ISSN
    1880-7194
  • NDL Article ID
    025358740
  • NDL Call No.
    YH247-458
  • Data Source
    NDL  NII-ELS  IR 
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