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หัวเรื่อง:ไม่มีชื่อไทย (ชื่ออังกฤษ : The Problem of Contemporary Thai Literature)

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The contemporary literature of Thailand, like that of any ASEAN country, is struggling hard for survival in an age of technological progress and materialistic gain. As is true of any age, the writer may legitimately feel himself hampered by various factors. In the first place, there are the general difficulties of living among machines; but the purpose of art has always been to create human values in the world of facts and objects. Other obstacles, more specific, however, seem to impinge on the writer’s profession. These primarily have to do with his publishers and his public. The two elements cannot simply be overlooked, as together they constitute the inescapable milieu which shapes and forms the writer’s talent. In the following pages, I would like to examine the present state of Thai literature.

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Kasetsart Journal of Social Sciences -- formerly Kasetsart Journal (Social Sciences), Volume 003, Issue 1-2, Jan 82 - Dec 82, Page 15 - 21 |  PDF |  Page 

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หัวเรื่อง:ไม่มีชื่อไทย (ชื่ออังกฤษ : Some Aspects of Thai Literature)

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Professor Charles Anderson’s survey of two hundred years of American literature culminates in an examination of the essence of that literature, what makes it American, and, therefore, different from other literatures. His admirable approach and exposition have very much encouraged my own reading of Thai literature.

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Kasetsart Journal of Social Sciences -- formerly Kasetsart Journal (Social Sciences), Volume 006, Issue 2, Jul 85 - Dec 85, Page 140 - 148 |  PDF |  Page 

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หัวเรื่อง:ไม่มีชื่อไทย (ชื่ออังกฤษ : The Origin of King Vajiravudh’s Nationnalism)

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King Vajiravudh’s nationalism was born from his lifelong interest in the Sukhothai Kingthai Kingdom and, especially, its first ruler called Phra Ruang. In trying to demystify the legend of Phra Ruang for Prince Damrong, King Vajiravudh almost imitiated the method of anthropology and folklore, thus earning himself the reputation as one of fathers of these subjects. When, finally, he came to write his plays in verse on Phra Ruang, he could define his nationalism as an attempt to make the Thais love one another as well as make foreigner respect the name of Thai. He not only invented the password of his nationalism. “Chaiyo,” but he also put it in the mouth of the first Sukhothai King addressing his people at the dawn of Thai history.

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Kasetsart Journal of Social Sciences -- formerly Kasetsart Journal (Social Sciences), Volume 005, Issue 1, Jan 84 - Jun 84, Page 25 - 30 |  PDF |  Page 

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หัวเรื่อง:ไม่มีชื่อไทย (ชื่ออังกฤษ : An Examination of Sunthorn Phu’s Creative Process)

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The creative process in Sunthorn Phu’s works shows him to be using the imagination in a succession of styles. His imagination can best be classified, according to Coleridge’s theory, into the primary imagination, the secondary imagination, and fancy. In the early works, there is a strong evidence of the primary imagination which involves sense perception. Then, in the middle period, Sunthorn Phu takes up the secondary imagination which, according to Coleridge, “dissolves, diffuses, dissipates in order to recreate.” The products of this imagination are, notably, Phra Abhai Mani and Nirat Phu Khao Thong. Lastly, in the later stages of his writing, there is a preponderance of dream and memory, termed by Coleridge as fancy. The example given is Nirat Phra Prathom.

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Kasetsart Journal of Social Sciences -- formerly Kasetsart Journal (Social Sciences), Volume 007, Issue 2, Jul 86 - Dec 86, Page 209 - 211 |  PDF |  Page