A Japanese Electra and Her Queer Progeny

@article{Vincent2007AJE,
  title={A Japanese Electra and Her Queer Progeny},
  author={Keith Vincent},
  journal={Mechademia},
  year={2007},
  volume={2},
  pages={64 - 79}
}
rst story of a trilogy she wrote about passionate and doomed love aff airs between older men and beautiful young boys.1 Mari’s work is invariably cited by Japanese scholars as the antecedent of a genre of manga and popular novels written by women for women about male-male love that began to emerge in the 1970s and remains extremely popular today.2 While there are many terms to refer to the manga and fi ction that followed Mari’s lead (and many debates over generic classifi cations), for brevity… Expand
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