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MANCHUKUO PERSPECTIVES : transnational approaches to literary production.

Author: ProQuest (Firm)
Publisher: [S.l.] : HONG KONG UNIVERSITY PRES, 2020.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : English

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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: ProQuest (Firm)
ISBN: 9789882205949 9882205941
OCLC Number: 1195452303
Description: 1 online resource
Contents: Machine generated contents note: pt. I Manchukuo's Print Media and the Politics of Representation/Translation --
1.Unpacking "New Manchuria" Narratives: Propaganda, Fact, Memory, and Aesthetics / Liu Xiaoli --
2.Fairy Tales and the Creation of the "Future Nation" of Manchukuo / Chen Shi --
3.Spiritual Resistance: A Study of the Phenomenon of Resistance Literature in Supplements of Manchukuo's Datong bao [Great Unity Herald] / Jiang Lei --
4.Utopianism Unrealized: Ouichi Takaos Literary Translation in Manchukuo / Ying Xiong --
pt. II Chinese Writers in Manchukuo and "Manchukuo" Writers in Japan --
5.Linguistic Hybridity, Transnational Connectivity, and the Cultural Territorialization of Colonial Literature: The Case of Gu Ding / Miya Qiongxie --
6.Sickness, Death, and Survival in the Works of Gu Ding and Xiao Hong / Junko Agnew --
7.Manchukuo Melancholy: The Writings of Ke Ju and Zhu Ti / Norman Smith --
8.ZhuTiandl / Ke Ju (Li Zhengzhong) --
9.From Radical Nationalism to Anti-modernism: The Intellectual Dilemma of Wenxuan Writers / Liu Chao --
10.Literature Selection in a Historical Dilemma: Shan Ding's Literary Proposition and Practice in Manchukuo / Wang Yue --
11.Acculturation and Border-Crossing in Manchukuo Literature: Mei Niang, Liu Longguang, and Yuan Xi / Chen Yan --
12.Searching for Memories of Colonial Literature in Modern History: Centring Mei Niang's Border and Generational Crossings / Zhang Quart --
13.Luo Tuosheng and Manchukuo Literature: The Literary Endeavours of a Manchukuo Student in Imperial Japan / Okubo Akio --
pt. III Russian, Japanese, and Korean Writers in Manchukuo --
14.In the Sunken Submarine: Russian Emigre Poetry in Manchukuo / Olga Bakich --
15.Imagination of Heterogeneous Space and Implicit Transformations of Identity: Manchukuo's "Japanese" and "Manchurian" Detective Novelists / Zhan Li --
16.Literary Politics of Harmonization and Dissonance: Heterolingual Address in Nogawa Takashis "The People Who Go to the Hamlet" / Stephen Poland --
17."Manchuria" and the Proletarian Literature of Colonial Korea / Watanabe Naoki --
18.Modern Korean Literature and Manchukuo / Kim Jaeyong.


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