Association for Japanese Literary Studies School of Languages and Cultures

PAJLS, Vol. 3, Summer, 2002

PAJLS (Proceedings of the Japanese Literary Studies), vol. 3

JAPAN FROM SOMEWHERE ELSE


CONTENTS

FOREWORD

HOSEA HIRATA iii

THE NEW JAPANESE LITERATURE: TRANSNATIONALISM AND HETEROGENEITY

THE POETICS OF COLONIAL NOSTALGIA: A CASE FOR TAIWAN MANYOSHU

FAYE YUAN KLEEMAN 2

WHERE IS MY HOME: LANGUAGE AND IDENTITY

KEIKO NAKANO 12

BEYOND EAST AND WEST: TAWADA YOKO AND LEVY HIDEO

REIKO TACHIBANA 23

"JAPAN" AS SOMEWHERE ELSE: "MULTI-LINGUALISM" AND "TRANSLATION"

MYSTERY PLANE: SAKAMOTO KY? AND THE TRANSLATIONS OF ROCKABILLY

MICHAEL BOURDAGHS 38

GLOBALITY, AND JAPAN'S SOMEWHERE ELSE

TOM LOOSER 51

GODZILLA, THE MONSTER MADE IN JAPAN

JAMES REICHERT 63

JAPAN AS LITERARY FORM, HEIAN TO NOW

RHETORIC OF TAXONOMY: THE PILLOW BOOKS OF SEI SH?NAGON, PETER GREENAWAY, AND RUTH L. OZEKI

NAOMI FUKUMORI 71

"MERICAN-JAP" AND MODERNITY: TANI JOJI'S POPULAR NEGOTIATION OF THE FOREIGN

KYOKO OMORI 83

"READING" THE FEMALE READER IN LIZA DALBY AND HER TALE OF MURASAKI

CATHERINE RYU 97

AND THERE, BEFORE ME, JAPAN: MIZUMURA MINAE AND THE ORTHODOX NOVEL

ANN SHERIF 117

ESSAYS BY CREATIVE WRITERS

JAPAN THROUGH A FOREIGNER'S EYES: A FAMILY VISIT

MAKO YOSHIKAWA 126

YEAR OF THE DOGS AND WHAT JAPAN MEANT TO ME

HOLLY UYEMOTO 133

TIME AND PLACE: "JAPAN FROM SOMEWHERE ELSE"

KYOKO MORI 138

FUTAGOTCHI NO TABI

TAWADA YOKO 143

MUDAI

ITO HIROMI 145

ABOUT GUEST WRITERS

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