Up to the 17th century, various peoples' ethnic identities couldn't be embodied in East Asian literary works. The resistant spirit that the father of Zheng Cheonggong was hostile to Qing dynasty in Japan had a great influence upon a lot of Japanese literary works. Above all things, Japanese playwriter Chikamatsu's works attracted public attention. Chikamatsu attempted to dramatize the restoration of the Chinese feudal ethics system in China through a character of Chinese and Japanese mixed blood named “Watonai” rather than a Japanese pure bloodline. In the 17th century East Asia, the collapse of Ming Dynasty brought about the failure of a traditional Chinese world, which resulted in the appearance of each ethnic group's idiosyncratic custom. It can be safely assumed that Chikamatsu's “Cokusenyagassen” managed to portray the establishment of feudal ethical consciousness by the energy of treason and fidelity.
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