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|Named Person:||Jun'ichirō Tanizaki; Jun'ichirō Tanizaki|
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|Description:||xiii, 180 p. ; 24 cm.|
Suffering through Japanese culturalism : Tanizaki's aesthetic essays and the inexorable western superego --
The problem with parody : masochism, the death drive, and the laws of thermodynamics in "Satō Haruo" and Bushū-kō hiwa --
Toward a mother-love worthy of the name : the language of abjection in Yoshinokuzu, Nakagami and Irigaray --
The sadism of the scopic regime : Shunkinshō, feminist film theory, and Tanizaki's cinema essays --
Conclusion : everything you always wanted to know about performativity, but were afraid to ask Tanizaki.
"Margherita Long's study of Tanizaki Jun'ichiro is a welcome addition to the body of work on this author in English ... This Perversion Called Love addresses key issues of Japan in its modern era: