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Nakamura Masahiro

  • Faculty:Humanities and Social SciencesPosition:Professor Emeritus
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Profile

Research Field

  • European language literature
  • Keywords:Nineteenth-Century American Literature

Current Subject

  • Native Americans
    Keywords:Native Americans
  • The Fiction of William Gilmore Simms
    Keywords:South , Civil War , Simms , Romance
  • Nathaniel Hawthorne
    Keywords:Puritanism , South , Native Americans , Romance

Academic Background

Graduate School
  • Hiroshima University , (Doctor course , Graduate School, Division of Letters) , 1979(Accomplished credits for doctoral program)
College
  • Hiroshima University , (Faculty of Literature) , 1974(Graduated)
Degree
  • Doctor of Literature , Hiroshima University

Awards

  • 2008 , Simms Society Award

Research Career

Research Career
  • 2015 - 2017 , Special Professor, Aichi University of Education
  • 1998 - 2015 , Professor, Aichi University of Education
  • 1988 - 1998 , Assistant professor, Aichi University of Education
  • 1983 - 1988 , Assistant professor, Kagoshima Prefectural Junior College
  • 1979 - 1983 , Instructor, Kagoshima Women's Junior College

Research

Books, Articles, etc.

Books
  • Vision of Order in William Gilmore Simms: Southern Conservatism and the Other American Romance
    University of South Carolina Press, 2009
Articles
  • "Divine Will" vs. "Human Decree": Abolitionism, Martineau, and Sedgwick's Redwood and The Linwoods
    Studies in Foreign Languages and Literature, Department of English, Aichi University of Education, (49), 2016
  • Versions of Yamoyden: Native Americans in Early Nineteenth-Century Narratives
    Arizona Quarterly, Arizona Board of Regents, 70(3), 2014
  • Child's First Settlers of New-England and Revisionism in the 1820s
    Studies in Foreign Languages and Literature, Department of English, Aichi University of Education, (45), 2012
  • Hawthorne and the South
    A Forum on Languages and Communication, Kaitakusha, 2011
  • Creating a Prototype of the Native American Story in the 1820's: Fictional Transfigurations of Yamoyden
    Studies in Foreign Languages and Literature, Department of English, Aichi University of Education, (43), 2010
  • The Americanization of History and Fiction: Yamoyden, Hobomok and Palfrey's Review
    Studies in Foreign Languages and Literature, (42), 2009
  • Visions of Order, Southern Conservatism and William Gilmore Simms's Regionalism
    The Bulletin of Aichi University of Education, (56), 2007
  • William Gilmore Simms and the Other American Romance in the Canon of American Literature
    The Bulletin of Aichi University of Education, (55), 2006
  • The Removal of the preface of Hawthorne's "Rappaccini's Daughter" and the Indian Question
    The Bulletin of Aichi University of Education, (53), 2004
  • Southern Proslavery Thought and Hawthorne's Life of Franklin Pierce
    Studies in Foreign Languages and Literature, (36), 2003
  • American Experience/Experiment and the Indian Policy in 'Rappaccini's Daughter'
    The Kaleidoscope of Cultures, Eihosha, 2003
  • American Experience/Experiment and the Indian Policy in 'Rappaccini's Daughter'
    Eihosha, 2003
  • Home and Wilderness in Simms's Vasconselos
    The Simms Review, 19(2), 2002
  • Henry Hughes and Hawthorne:The South in the Social Dynamics of Controversy
    The Bulletin of Aichi University of Education, (51), 2002
  • Home and Wilderness in Simms's Vasconselos
    The Bulletin of Aichi University of Education, (48), 1999
  • The American Westward Movement in Simms's Beauchampe
    Eihosha, 1999
  • Simms's Pessimistic Attitude Toward American Myth in Charlemont
    The Bulletin of Aichi University of Education, (47), 1998
  • A Responsive Reading of Simms's Border Romances
    The Bulletin of Aichi University of Education, (46), 1997
  • Simms's Martin Faber as a Psychodrama of the Self Destined to Destroy Itself
    The Bulletin of Aichi University of Education, (45), 1996
  • Simms's Nihilistic View of the Revolution
    Studies in Foreign Languages and Literature, (32), 1996
  • Revolution, Patriarchy, and Orestes : Porgy's Ambivalence Toward His Father in Woodcraft
    The Simms Review, 4(1), 1996
  • Demythicizing the Revolution in Simms's Early Revolutionary War Romances
    The Bulletin of Aichi University of Education, (44), 1995
  • The Simms-Hawthorne Relationship Reconsidered in Light of Romance
    Studies in Foreign Languages and Literature, (31), 1995
  • Revolution and Nihilism in the Characterization of Porgy in Simms's Woodcraft
    Perspectives on Words, 1995
  • William Gilmore Simms and the Native American
    The Bulletin of Aichi University of Education, (43), 1994
  • Simms's Concept of Romance
    Studies in Foreign Languages and Literature, (30), 1994
  • Demythicizing the American Myth : Ambivalence in The Yemassee
    Studies in Foreign Languages and Literature, (29), 1993
  • Spiritualism, Feminism, and Coverdale's Discourse in The Blithedale Romance
    Studies in Foreign Languages and Literature, (27), 1991
  • Hawthorne and the American Indian
    The Bulletin of Aichi University of Education, (39), 1990
  • Reuben's Duplicate Vows Unified in the Ending of 'Roger Malvin's Burial'
    Studies in Foreign Languages and Literature, (25), 1989
  • Naturalism in Maggie : A Girl of the Streets
    The Bulletin of Kagoshima Prefectural College, (38), 1987
  • Narration and Irony in "The Artist of the Beautiful"
    The Bulletin of Kagoshima Prefectural Junior College, (36), 1985
  • The Creation of Romance in The American Claimant Manuscripts
    The Bulletin of Kagoshima Women's Junior College, (18), 1983
  • Hawthorne's English Romance : The Return of a Homeless American
    Chu-Shikoku Studies in American Literature, (19), 1983
  • The Materialization of the Neutral Territory in The Marble Faun
    The Bulletin of Kagoshima Women's Junior College, (16), 1981
  • The Crisis of Romance in The Blithedale Romance
    The Bulletin of Kagoshima Women's Junior College, (15), 1980
  • An Essay on "Young Goodman Brown"
    Phoenix, (14), 1978
Others
  • The Power of the Past in The House of the Seven Gables
    Phoenix, (15), 1979

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