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Memory of Place and Space in Japanese Colonial Later Period: Narrative Strategies of the Travel Writings in San Liou Chiou Tabloid and Fong Yueh Tabloid
Travel writing emphasizes travelers' representations of experiences and observations, as well as the similarities and differences that they perceive from local and boundary-crossing experiences. Both the San Liou Chiou Tabloid and Fong Yueh Tabloid published in series during the Japanese Colonial Period are largely for the purpose of leisure. Nonetheless, travel writings in the two publications are particular in their inclusion of natural and humanistic scenery. The triangular relation among senses, memory, and artistic creations paves the way for interpretation with narrative theories, and thus makes it easier for readers to understand how writers represent their sensual experiences through their writings of travel experiences. This paper will discourse on representations of senses from local or boundary-crossing travel narratives in the two publications. It will approach the said themes from two perspectives, which are senses upon the local scenery and the way writers represent the memory of their travels to Japan. On the other hand, this paper will also look at the inter-involvement among feminine images, settings, and mindsets of travelers, in order to analyze characters and settings in travel writing. Travel writing in both publications employs various types of writing techniques, reveals locality and criticisms on cultural differences, and embodies spatial memories of a particular time and space.
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