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Reading Japan

Reading Japan

Everyday-Life Mirrored in Literature

Author NISHIKAWA Yuko (Kyoto-Bunkyo University Professor) Date 2012-06-30
Contents

 

Lecture Note

  1. Introduction
  2. Japan’s Changing Modern Family Model and Residential Model
  3. Contemporary Life in Literature
  4. Will there be a novel that deals with Hiroshima and Fukushima?

Q&A

Editor’s Note

Appendix Houses of the Female Protagonists in Cartoons Published during Occupation

  1. Made in Occupied Japan
  2. Stationed Troops
  3. Tatami House in “Baby-san”
  4. The White House on the Hills in “Blondy”
  5. “Sazae-san” and “Blondy”
  6. Masuo’s Life with the In-Laws
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