Object 3: Japanese Textbook

May 27, 2021


This image is the one of the analysis written by me about the story called Yamanashi by Kenji Miyazawa. This analysis is written using the template presented in a Japanese literature textbook for students year 8. In this analysis, I have described what the writer may have thought or felt as he wrote this. This analysis says the writer might feel sad or angry however, we could not know what the writer really thought and felt when he wrote it.

It depends on the other my knowledge and understanding of the story and who I empathise with the characters. As there is type of template to answer these questions in the text book and our analysis has a certain structure. We are forced to imagine what the author might be thinking here, even though we have never spoken or met the author.

Therefore, it can be seen that there are many interpretations of this, even though only the author knows what the author actually thought. This suggests that there may not be any correct knowledge there.

In conclusion, I think our knowledge depend on our interactions with other knowers.

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