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by Riichi Yokomitsu

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Author:
Riichi Yokomitsu
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978-1929280001
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1929280009
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Univ of Michigan Center for (June 1, 2001)
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World Literature
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Series: Michigan Monograph Series in Japanese Studies (Book 33). Paperback: 248 pages. The story packs a punch!! It is certainly not dated even though written in 1928 (story takes place in 1925 Shanghai).

Series: Michigan Monograph Series in Japanese Studies (Book 33). Written by a Japanese writer with a very modern voice. It is an "outsider" type novel in all respects. Japanese in China; Japanese alienated from Japanese, Japanese alienated from Chinese, Japanese alienated from time and place. It helps to be aware of sino-Japanese politics and economy tied to the period, but not essential.

Michigan Monograph Series in Japanese Studies. University of Michigan Press. antiquary, December 24, 2007

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82 titles in "Michigan Monograph Series in Japanese Studies". A Novel by Yokomitsu Riichi. Note: selecting an item from the following dropdown will result in the page reloading with specified number of items per page. Volume: 33. Yokomitsu Riichi. Works currently appear in print in three series (Michigan Monograph Series in Japanese Studies, Michigan Papers in Japanese Studies, and Michigan Classics in Japanese Studies) and as nonseries publications.

Michigan Monograph Series in Japanese Studies, 3. v, 241 pp. Ann Arbor: Center for Japanese Studies, The University of Michigan, 2001.

Published June 28th 2001 by University of Michigan Press (first published January 1st 1932). This novel concerns a group of Japanese in Shanghai during the May 30th Movement of 1925 during which Chinese nationalist sentiment turned against Japanese cotton mills in Shanghai and Japanese in general.

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Ann Arbor: Center for Japanese Studies, University of Michigan, 2006. Cite this publication. SOAS, University of London.

Book Description Univ Michigan Press. Novel Japan interrogates the mechanisms by which literary narrative was transformed into national discourse in early Meiji Japan. By elucidating the interplay between popular fiction and its political and economic contexts, Mertz shows how ideas of nationhood were often the incidental result of conflicting projects of modernization and literary representation.

Michigan Monograph Series in Japanese Studies, Number 18 Center for Japanese Studies, The University of. .

Michigan Monograph Series in Japanese Studies, Number 18 Center for Japanese Studies, The University of Michigan. During his years as an academic, he published several translations of the novels of the Austrian writers Hermann Broch and Robert Musil, as well as sev- eral scholarly articles on Musil, Broch, Navalis, and Nietzsche. Furui him- self admits the influence of his study of German literature on his own works/ particularly in his richly textured style and in his concern with the fragmentation of the self in modern society.

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Shanghai, published serially between 1928 and 1931, tells the story of a group of Japanese expatriates living in the International Settlement at the time of the May 30th Incident of 1925. The personal lives and desires of the main characters play out against a historical backdrop of labor unrest, factional intrigue, colonialist ambitions, and racial politics.