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Shredding the Tapestry of Meaning

The Poetry and Poetics of Kitasono Katue (1902–1978)

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ISBN 9780674060746

Publication Date: 05/23/2011

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412 pages

6 x 9 inches

33 halftones, 8 line drawings, 1 table

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  • [List of] Illustrations
  • Introduction
  • 1. From Asama to Tokyo
  • 2. Dadaism and Ge.Gjmgigam.Prrr.Gjmgem
  • 3. Literary Surrealism
  • 4. Multiple Masks
  • 5. Kit Kat and Ez Po
  • 6. The Quicksand of Fascism
  • 7. Shredding the Tapestry of Meaning
  • 8. Mutation of the Ideogram
  • Appendixes
    • A. Information Recorded in Katue’s 1944–1945 Desk Diary
    • B. Photographs by Katue Published in VOU, 1956–1978
    • C. Japanese Personal Names and Dates
  • Notes
  • Selected Bibliography
  • Index

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