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Civilization and Monsters: Spirits of Modernity in Meiji Japan (Book Review)
Monsters, ghosts, the supernatural, the fantastic, the mysterious. These are not usually considered the “stuff” of modernism. More often they are regarded as inconsequential to the study of theExpand
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Complicit Fictions: The Subject in the Modern Japanese Prose Narrative
In "Complicit Fictions", James Fujii challenges traditional approaches to the study of Japanese narratives and Japanese culture in general. He employs current Western literary-critical theory toExpand
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Uchida Hyakken: A Critique of Modernity and Militarism in Prewar Japan (review)
Published by the Harvard-Yenching Institute HJAS 70.2 (2010): 524–533 rected the repeated misuse of italics to indicate the titles of articles and essays—items that should instead be set in RomanExpand
PART TWO. Modernism in Translation