Knowing the Amorous Man: A History of Scholarship on Tales of Ise by Jamie L. Newhard (review)

@article{Childs2015KnowingTA,
  title={Knowing the Amorous Man: A History of Scholarship on Tales of Ise by Jamie L. Newhard (review)},
  author={Margaret Helen Childs},
  journal={The Journal of Japanese Studies},
  year={2015},
  volume={41},
  pages={223 - 225}
}
daughter bond, of course, not merely as an emotional connection but as a form of career mentorship, and, more signifi cant, the role of women such as Ankamon-in as patrons and supporters of other women, and fi nally the possible existence of traditions among women of exegesis and interpretation. Owing to Laffi n’s efforts to contextualize Abutsu’s life and texts, her study forges connections to the insights of other scholars, making it highly rewarding reading for specialists and nonspecialists… CONTINUE READING