Yone Noguchi’s Impersonation in “The American Diary of a Japanese Girl”

@inproceedings{Wong2019YoneNI,
  title={Yone Noguchi’s Impersonation in “The American Diary of a Japanese Girl”},
  author={Elaine S. Wong and Вонг Элейн},
  year={2019}
}
The first Japanese person known to write and publish an American novel, Yone Noguchi disguises as a Japanese female diarist to counter the orientalist representations of Japanese cultural and feminine images in early twentieth-century United States. His impersonation in “The American Diary of a Japanese Girl”, however, results in a conflicting androgynous voice in which the male competes with the female, as well as in a number of contradictions that compromise characterization and plot… Expand

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