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Ann Arbor : University of Michigan, Center for Japanese Studies, 2002
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ISBN 9780472901425 (electronic bk.)
ISBN 9781929280124
Michigan Monograph Series in Japanese Studies ; v.40
Print version: Kamei, Hideo Transformations of Sensibility Ann Arbor : University of Michigan, Center for Japanese Studies,c2002 ISBN 9781929280124
Intro -- Series Page -- Title Page -- Copyright -- Contents -- Editor’s Introduction: Buried Modernities-The Phenomenological Criticism of Kamei Hideo -- Author’s Preface to the English Translation -- Chapter One: The Disappearance of the Non-Person Narrator: Changing Sensibilities in Futabatei Shimei -- Chapter Two: The Transformability of Self-Consciousness: Fantasies of Self in the Political Novel -- Chapter Three: The Captured "I’: Tsubouchi Shōyō and the Doctrine of Success -- Chapter Four: "An Oddball Rich in Dreams": Mori Ōgai and His Critics -- Chapter Five: The Words of the Other: from Tamenaga Shunsui to Nakae Chōmin -- Chapter Six: The Structure of Rage: the Polyphonic Fiction of Higuchi Ichiyō -- Chapter Seven: Shinjū as Misdeed: Love Suicides in Higuchi Ichiyō and Chikamatsu Monzaemon -- Chapter Eight: The Burdens of Ethicality: Izumi Kyōka and the Emergence of the Split Subject -- Chapter Nine: The Self-Destructing World of Significance: inner Speech in Izumi Kyōka and Ryūrō -- Chapter Ten: The Demon of Katagi: Possession and Character in Kōda Rohan -- Chapter Eleven: Discrimination and the Crisis of Seeing: Prejudices of Landscape in Shimazaki Tōson, Masaoka Shiki, and Uchimura Kanzō -- Chapter Twelve: Until the Disciplining of Nature: Travel Writing at Home and Abroad -- Afterword to the Japanese Edition (1983) -- Index.

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