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  • Author:
    Amy Vladeck Heinrich
  • ISBN:
    0231096968
  • ISBN13:
    978-0231096966
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    Columbia University Press (April 15, 1997)
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    480 pages
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Currents in Japanese Culture surveys the translation of Japanese culture and the transformation it entails.

Currents in Japanese Culture surveys the translation of Japanese culture and the transformation it entails. The twenty-nine chapters chart a unique exploration of stories from genre to genre, or genres from culture to culture, or texts translated from Japanese to English, or transformations that occur in the canon of Japanese literature.

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With poetry selections by Amy Vladeck Heinrich, Leith Morton . A Personal View of Japanese Culture. We cannot say that no contemporary Japanese literature of scope and ambition is now being written and read.

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Encompassing a wide range of issues in Japanese literature and culture, the 29 essays in this volume focus on how cultural and literary genres and norms have developed in response to historical and cross-cultural influences

Encompassing a wide range of issues in Japanese literature and culture, the 29 essays in this volume focus on how cultural and literary genres and norms have developed in response to historical and cross-cultural influences. Each essay deals with an aspect of Japanese culture. They cover Japanese literature from the Heian period to the present, discussing poetry, drama, fiction autobiographical writing, film, the visual arts and social and intellectual history.

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Encompassing a wide range of issues in Japanese literature and culture, the 29 essays in this volume focus on how cultural and literary genres and norms have developed in response to historical and cross-cultural influences. Each essay deals with an aspect of Japanese culture. They cover Japanese literature from the Heian period to the present, discussing poetry, drama, fiction autobiographical writing, film, the visual arts and social and intellectual history. They touch on topics such as: the art of translating Takuboku; Mishima Yukio's notion of No; the poetry of Saito Mokichi's Shoen; Japanese words used in Joyce's Finnegan's Wake; and Yokobue in literature and history.