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Confluence and Conflict

Reading Transwar Japanese Literature and Thought

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ISBN 9780674267909

Publication Date: 05/03/2022


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  • Introduction: Conspiring with Modern Japanese Literature and Thought
  • 1. Middlebrow as Method: Tanizaki Jun’ichirō, Yamada Yoshio, and The Tale of Genji in the Age of Empire
  • 2. A Worldly World in Fiction and Philosophy: Reading Yokomitsu Riichi’s The Melancholy of Travel as a “Novel of Ideas”
  • 3. Overcome by the Literary: Nakano Shigeharu, Tosaka Jun, and the Prosaic Politics of the Left
  • 4. The Fiction of the Free Market: Natsume Sōseki’s Kokoro and the Neoliberal Imagination of Midcentury America
  • Epilogue: Tracing the Neoliberal Aesthetic in Japan’s Flush 1980s
  • Bibliography
  • Notes

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