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드래곤볼, 일본 제국주의를 말하다

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서명/저자사항드래곤볼, 일본 제국주의를 말하다= Dragon ball : an untold history of Japanese imperialism / 유정희, 정은우 지음
개인저자유정희= 柳正熙
정은우= 鄭恩雨
발행사항서울 : 아이네아스, 2019
형태사항220 p. : 삽화 ; 21 cm
ISBN9791195349685
일반주기 부록: 독자들과의 질문 & 답변(Questions & answers for readers)
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20세기 가장 유명한 일본만화인 ‘드래곤볼’이 일본 제국주의의 패망과 원폭에 대한 일본인들의 인식을 드러내고 있음을 주장한 최초의 책이다. 만화 드래곤볼에 대한 상세한 분석은 물론, 2차 세계대전을 전후한 세계사에 대한 컨텍스트를 완벽하게 분석함으로써 학술적으로는 물론 대중적으로도 큰 반향을 불러일으킬 논리를 전개하고 있다.

Editor’s Note

The legacy of Japanese imperialism and the Pacific War had left irremovable, multifaceted scars on the memories and sensibilities of those who had suffered and are still suffering in Asia. For Koreans, Chinese, and many other victimized nations, the narrative must be crystal clear and linear; it must appear to be the stories of Japanese exploitation, abuse, massacres, brutal...

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20세기 가장 유명한 일본만화인 ‘드래곤볼’이 일본 제국주의의 패망과 원폭에 대한 일본인들의 인식을 드러내고 있음을 주장한 최초의 책이다. 만화 드래곤볼에 대한 상세한 분석은 물론, 2차 세계대전을 전후한 세계사에 대한 컨텍스트를 완벽하게 분석함으로써 학술적으로는 물론 대중적으로도 큰 반향을 불러일으킬 논리를 전개하고 있다.

Editor’s Note

The legacy of Japanese imperialism and the Pacific War had left irremovable, multifaceted scars on the memories and sensibilities of those who had suffered and are still suffering in Asia. For Koreans, Chinese, and many other victimized nations, the narrative must be crystal clear and linear; it must appear to be the stories of Japanese exploitation, abuse, massacres, brutalities, and the ultimate victory of righteousness over evil. History textbooks, mass media, and popular cultures in these countries have repeatedly dictated this type of narrative with almost no rebuttal allowed. On the other side of the coin, however, was depicted a rather unseen, obscure spectrum of stories, ideas, memories, claims, and imaginations that have been inexplicitly taught, shared, recounted, and reproduced in a variety of ways among the people living in the archipelago. These are the stories full of nostalgic yearning for those lost days, remorseful regrets, hushed bitterness, and illusion-provoking inspirations about what their country should have done, what would have remained, and what could have been redeemed during and after such a tempestuous era of world history. For more than 70 years, Japanese outlets such as popular culture and manga have never forgotten this theme.
This book, as a scholarly attempt to reshape the discourse on Japanese imperialism and its defeat, would like to have readers rethink the narrative theme of the most famous Japanese manga ever, Dragon Ball. Hitherto known and comprehended as a fantasy tale whose motif was adopted from the sixteenth-century Chinese novel Journey to the West, Dragon Ball, the authors argue, contains metaphors that allude to memories of the Japanese past during the Pacific War, reflect self-identity construction of the post-war generation, and evoke a die-hard aspiration for Pan-Asianism. This book also strives to redirect readers’ attention from victimized self-image of each Asian nation to their counterpart in the Japanese psyche that reveals an ‘untold’ history of how the Japanese people have remembered, and still try to remember, their past while redeeming their predecessors and themselves. Meanwhile, the authors investigate whether this redeeming gesture apparent in Japanese culture will receive cordial responses from those neighboring nations through a holistic, anthrohistorical approach. Thus, this book evokes both popular and scholarly responses in a very thought-provoking manner.
As rendering this book to not only South Korean readers but also those in Japan, China, and other international reading communities, I wish this fine work would receive both encouraging receptions and critical analysis from a wide range of the reading public. I also send a comforting message to the victims of the ferocious human atrocities committed during WWII. May peace be upon all of them.

March 2, 2019
Aeneas Press
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