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Thus genbun-itchi provides a speciﬁc gloss for the concept of the vernacular that emphasizes the relationship between speech and writing. ”) One of the most intransigent problems with translation is its ability to eﬀace itself by naturalizing to the target language, which is precisely what has happened to the language Futabatei created as well as the very word genbun-itchi by which it has been named. Despite its origins as a neologism that unhesitatingly and constantly announced its foreign derivation, the term genbun-itchi has long since naturalized itself to Japanese, with the consequence that it has been written and thought about speciﬁcally as “the reconciliation of speech and writing” for long enough to overshadow its original connection to any broader notion of the vernacular.
19 [Futabatei’s Aibiki] Aki kugatsu chūjun to iu koro, ichinichi jibun ga saru kaba no hayashi no naka ni zashite ita koto ga atta. Kesa kara kosame ga furisosogi, sono harema ni wa oriori nama-atataka na hikage mo sashite, makoto ni kimagure na soraai. Awaawashii shirakumo ga sora ichimen ni tanabiku ka to omou to, futo mata achikochi matataku ma kumogire ga shite, muri ni oshiwaketa you na kumoma kara sumite sakashige ni mieru hito no me no gotoku ni hogoraka ni hareta aozora ga nozokareta. [translation of Aibiki] Autumn, around mid-September, I spent all day sitting in the middle of a certain birch forest.
Please come a teeniE-gyptian in my direction. Sino-ously cuddling up, Russian down the path of amour . . While this almost intoxicated, nonsensical ﬂippancy might have provided a welcome palliative for the merchant classes within the staid Tokugawa hierarchical system, the sobering eﬀects of the social upheaval occasioned by the threat of Western hegemony proved less conducive to the enjoyment of pure verbal play. The end of the self-proclaimed gesaku was undoubtedly hastened by the work of literary translation.