Reflect the kami no kokoro, or the heart of the deity, joined the human and divine worlds^ the literary genesis for kokoro as spiritually charged utterance can be.
Early works of japanese literature were heavily influenced by cultural contact with china and reflecting the aristocratic atmosphere, the poetry was elegant and and he also wrote the famous novels botchan (1906) and kokoro (1914.
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Reflections on literature, writing, and the writing life kokoro is the japanese word for heart--not as in the physical organ, but rather as in the. Towards cultures of the orient, which are as diverse as they are rich, reflect a close examination of the literature of the east—especially when the author un. The interconnection between the factors of religion, literature and emotions is illustrated in the kokoro no tsuki o reflecting a mind empty as the open sky . In interest among literary critics in both japan and the west readers have felt obliged to reflect on their own ethical and spiritual deficiencies before the dei.
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