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Dictionary Of Iconic Expressions In Japanese

Author : Hisao Kakehi
ISBN : 9783110809046
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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The lexicon of Japanese contains a large number of conventional mimetic words which vividly depict sounds, manners of action, states of mind etc. These words are notable for their distinctive syntactic properties, for the strikingly patterned way in which they exploit sound-symbolic correspondences, and for the copiousness of their use in conversation as well as in many written registers of Japanese. This dictionary is a comprehensive resource for linguists, language teachers, translators, and others who require detailed information about this important sector of the Japanese vocabulary. Examples created by the editors are accompanied by thousands of contextualized, referenced examples from published sources to illustrate the alternative meanings of each mimetic form. All examples appear in Japanese orthography, in romanization, and in English translation. Concise information is provided concerning the varieties of syntactic usage appropriate for each mimetic. An extensive English index facilitates comparison of English and Japanese vocabulary.
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Girl Reading Girl In Japan

Author : Tomoko Aoyama
ISBN : 9781135247959
Genre : Political Science
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Girl Reading Girl provides the first overview of the cultural significance of girls and reading in modern and contemporary Japan with emphasis on the processes involved when girls read about other girls. The collection examines the reading practices of real life girls from differing social backgrounds throughout the twentieth century while a number of chapters also consider how fictional girls read attention is given to the diverse cultural representations of the girl, or shôjo, who are the objects of the reading desires of Japan’s real life and fictional girls. These representations appear in various genres, including prose fiction, such as Yoshiya Nobuko’s Flower Stories and Takemoto Nobara’s Kamikaze Girls, and manga, such as Yoshida Akimi’s The Cherry Orchard. This volume presents the work of pioneering women scholars in the field of girl studies including translations of a ground-breaking essay by Honda Masuko on reading girls and Kawasaki Kenko’s response to prejudicial masculine critiques of best-selling novelist, Yoshimoto Banana. Other topics range from the reception of Anne of Green Gables in Japan to girls who write and read male homoerotic narratives.
Category: Political Science

Reading Food In Modern Japanese Literature

Author : Tomoko Aoyama
ISBN : 9780824832858
Genre : Literary Criticism
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"gourmet boom" of the 1980s and 1990s concealed: the dangers of a market economy, environmental destruction, and continuing gender biases.
Category: Literary Criticism

Age Of Shojo

Author : Hiromi Tsuchiya Dollase
ISBN : 9781438473925
Genre : Literary Criticism
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Examines the role that Japanese girls’ magazine culture played during the twentieth century in the creation and use of the notion of shōjo, the cultural identity of adolescent Japanese girls. Hiromi Tsuchiya Dollase examines the role that magazines have played in the creation and development of the concept of shōjo, the modern cultural identity of adolescent Japanese girls. Cloaking their ideas in the pages of girls’ magazines, writers could effectively express their desires for freedom from and resistance against oppressive cultural conventions, and their shōjo characters’ “immature” qualities and social marginality gave them the power to express their thoughts without worrying about the reaction of authorities. Dollase details the transformation of Japanese girls’ fiction from the 1900s to the 1980s by discussing the adaptation of Western stories, including Louisa May Alcott’s Little Women, in the Meiji period; the emergence of young female writers in the 1910s and the flourishing girls’ fiction era of the 1920s and 1930s; the changes wrought by state interference during the war; and the new era of empowered postwar fiction. The bookhighlights seminal author Yoshiya Nobuko’s dreamy fantasies and Kitagawa Chiyo’s social realism, Morita Tama’s autobiographical feminism, the contributions of Nobel Prize–winning author Kawabata Yasunari, and the humorous modern fiction of Himuro Saeko and Tanabe Seiko. Using girls’ perspectives, these authors addressed social topics such as education, same-sex love, feminism, and socialism. The age of shōjo, which began at the turn of the twentieth century, continues to nurture new generations of writers and entice audiences beyond age, gender, and nationality. “This book provides many fascinating, perceptive, and fresh insights into a variety of aspects of girls’ literature and culture, which have not yet been discussed in English.” — Helen Kilpatrick, author of Miyazawa Kenji and His Illustrators: Images of Nature and Buddhism in Japanese Children’s Literature
Category: Literary Criticism

The East

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ISBN : STANFORD:36105113368109
Genre : Asia
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Category: Asia

Araki Gold

Author : Nobuyoshi Araki
ISBN : UCSC:32106019982880
Genre : Photography
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A selection of more than 150 of Araki's most important works from the 1970s to the present day, with an emphasis on the recent unpublished production. The book traces Nobuyoshi Araki's career from the 1970s to the present day, with an emphasis on recent production, which will be given broad exposure at the Tokyo Diary 2003-2007 series. Specifically, it comprises a collection of emblematic photographs (one per day), with a new series of nudes and elegant female portraits, and a number of "stories" set in traditional Japan, in which the bamboo forests and the sea immediately recall Okusai's famous prints. Alongside these serial works there are portraits and street photographs taken in the 1960s and 1970s, in which Araki "records" Japanese society during its period of intense economic growth; there are also the new flower compositions and the classic bondage series that made him famous throughout the world.
Category: Photography