5 edition of Woman Critiqued found in the catalog.
by University of Hawaii Press
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||281|
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Woman Critiqued will make us wonder why we thought we could grasp modern Japanese literature without concerted attention to what men and women had to say about women's literary production.
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Over the past thirty years translations of Japanese women’s writing and biographies of women writers have enriched and expanded our understanding of modern Japanese Free shipping over $ Woman Critiqued will be eagerly read by specialists in modern Japanese literature and those interested in comparative literature, women’s studies, gender studies, and history.
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Women Critiqued consists of a series of translated essays by Japanese writers, scholars, and literary critics discussing what it means to be a woman writer, and the ways in which women’s writing—which was itself constructed as a separate category in Japan—has been created, appropriated, and indeed is still in the process of being formed.
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Table of contents for Woman critiqued: translated essays on Japanese women's writing / Rebecca L. Copeland, editor. Contents may have variations from the printed book or be incomplete or contain other coding.
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