Ayame San

Author: James Murdoch
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Ayame San

Author: James Murdoch
Publisher: Palala Press
ISBN: 9781358353017
Size: 79.35 MB
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Zara

Author: Jade Kerrion
Publisher: Jade Kerrion
ISBN: 1948642115
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1st Place, Science Fiction, Royal Palm Literary Award 2016 The alpha empath, Danyael Sabre, languishes in a maximum-security prison. His life sentence should spell emotional freedom for the assassin, Zara Itani, but true to her contrary nature, she travels the solitary and hazardous path from hate to love even though it is far too late for her and Danyael. Meanwhile in her hometown of Beirut, international political conspiracy simmers on the brink of renewed military conflict. Zara’s loyalties will be tested; her beliefs challenged. She could start a war, or she could stop it. Tell me who you love and I will tell you who you are.... Zara will finally discover who she is, but what will it cost Danyael this time? This is a standalone futuristic thriller set in the award-winning world of the Double Helix.

Onnagata

Author: Maki Isaka
Publisher: University of Washington Press
ISBN: 0295806249
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Kabuki is well known for its exaggerated acting, flamboyant costumes and makeup, and unnatural storylines. The onnagata, usually male actors who perform the roles of women, have been an important aspect of kabuki since its beginnings in the 17th century. In a �labyrinth� of gendering, the practice of men playing women�s roles has affected the manifestations of femininity in Japanese society. In this case study of how gender has been defined and redefined through the centuries, Maki Isaka examines how the onnagata�s theatrical gender �impersonation� has shaped the concept and mechanisms of femininity and gender construction in Japan. The implications of the study go well beyond disciplinary and geographic cloisters.

Tokyo In Transit

Author: Alisa Freedman
Publisher: Stanford University Press
ISBN: 0804771456
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This work discusses literary depictions of mass transit in 20th century Tokyo in the decades preceding WWII. It cuts across literary and historical/sociological analysis, and contributes to the growing body of work examining Japanese urbanism, gender, and modernism.

Narrating The Other

Author: Megumi Kato
Publisher: Monash Asia Inst
ISBN: 9781876924591
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In the first extensive study of Japan in Australian literary consciousness, Narrating the Other provides a broad chronological exploration of Australian writers' representations of the Japanese from the late 19th to the 21st century. A comprehensive examination of Australian novels, stories, and memoirs reveals the powerful and continuing influence of depictions of Japan and its people. Images of 'Madame Butterfly, ' 'the stranger, ' 'the enemy, ' and later 'the ally' or 'partner' vary according to authors, situations, and wider international relations. Narrating the Other identifies the patterns that Australian authors have used to portray and evaluate the Japanese, the changing nature of these patterns, their contextual relationship, and their contribution to the formation of wider Australian views on Japan and the Japanese.