Theorizing Post-Disaster Literature in Japan: Revisiting the Literary and Cultural Landscape after the Triple Disasters (New Studies in Modern Japan) (Paperback)

Theorizing Post-Disaster Literature in Japan: Revisiting the Literary and Cultural Landscape after the Triple Disasters (New Studies in Modern Japan) By Saeko Kimura, Rachel Dinitto (Translator), Doug Slaymaker (Translator) Cover Image

Theorizing Post-Disaster Literature in Japan: Revisiting the Literary and Cultural Landscape after the Triple Disasters (New Studies in Modern Japan) (Paperback)

By Saeko Kimura, Rachel Dinitto (Translator), Doug Slaymaker (Translator)

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This seminal book is the first sustained critical work that engages with the varieties of literature following the triple disasters--the earthquake, tsunami, and meltdowns at the Fukushima nuclear plant.

Saeko Kimura is professor in the Department of International and Cultural Studies at Tsuda University.Rachel DiNitto is professor of Japanese literature in the Department of East Asian Languages & Literatures at the University of Oregon.Doug Slaymaker is professor of Japanese at the University of Kentucky.
Product Details ISBN: 9781793605382
ISBN-10: 1793605386
Publisher: Lexington Books
Publication Date: April 8th, 2024
Pages: 228
Language: English
Series: New Studies in Modern Japan