Internationale Ōgai Studien

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Erzählung (Prozess) (19)

Hill, Christopher
Mori Ōgai’s Resentful Narrator: Trauma and the National Subject in the Dancing Girl”, Positions: East Asia Cultures Critique 10.2 (2002): 365–97.

Johnson, Eric W.
Ōgai’s The Wild Geese”, in: Tsuruta Kinya; Thomas E. Swann (eds.): Approaches to the Modern Japanese Novel, Tokyo: Sophia University 1976: 129–47.

Kono Shion
Literary Reactions to the Cult of Facts in Mori Ōgai and Virginia Woolf, Ph.D. thesis, Princeton University, 2003. Unpublished typescript. 218p.

Kono Shion
The Rhetoric of Annotation in Mori Ōgai’s Historical Fiction and Shiden Biographies”, Journal of Japanese Studies 32.2 (2006): 311–40.

McDonald, Keiko I.
The Wild Geese Revisited: Mori Ogai’s Mix of Old and New”, in: Nara Hiroshi (ed.): Inexorable Modernity. Japan’s Grappling With Modernity in the Arts, Lanham, Md.: Lexington Books 2007: 284–305.

Meyer, Harald
Die japanische Diskussion zur historischen Erzählung”, Fiktion versus Wirklichkeit. Die moderne historische Erzählung in Japan. Modell einer Genretheorie und -typologie zur ‘rekishi shōsetsu’, Bern et al.: Peter Lang 2000: 49–82.

Nagashima, Yōichi
Point of View in Mori Ōgai’s Works: Means of Manipulation”, Kokusai Tōhō Gakusha Kaigi kiyō / Transactions of the International Conference of Eastern Studies 41 (1996): 60–73.

Nakai, Yoshiyuki
Ōgai’s Craft: Literary Techniques and Themes in Vita Sexualis”, Monumenta Nipponica 35.2 (1980): 223–39.

Sakaki, Atsuko
Thinking Beauty, Unseeing Scholar: Displaced Narrative Authority in Mori Ōgai’s Gan”, Recontextualizing Texts: Narrative Performance in Modern Japanese Fiction, Cambridge, Mass.; London: Harvard University Asia Center, Harvard University Press 1999 (Harvard East Asian Monographs 180): 139–80.

Snyder, Stephen
Ōgai, Kafū, and the Limits of Fiction”, Fictions of Desire: The Novels of Nagai Kafū, Ph.D. thesis, Yale University, 1991. Unpublished typescript: 1–56.

Snyder, Stephen
Ōgai and the Problem of Fiction: Gan and Its Antecedents”, Monumenta Nipponica 49.3 (1994): 353–73.

Snyder, Stephen
Ōgai and Kafū: Reframing a Friendship”, in: Dennis Washburn; Alan Tansman (eds.): Studies in Modern Japanese Literature. Essays and Translations in Honor of Edwin McClellan, Ann Arbor, Mich.: Center for Japanese Studies, University of Michigan 1997 (Michigan Monograph Series in Japanese Studies 20): 135–50.

Snyder, Stephen
Ōgai, Kafū, and the Limits of Fiction”, Fictions of Desire: Narrative Form in the Novels of Nagai Kafū, Honolulu: University of Hawai‘i Press 2000: 8–33.

Washburn, Dennis
The Individual in History: The Authorial Voice of Mori Ōgai”, Discontinuity and the Dilemma of the Modern in Japanese Literature, Ph.D. thesis, Yale University, 1991: 225–43. (Chapter 3: III)

Washburn, Dennis
The Individual in History: The Narrative Voice of Mori Ōgai”, The Dilemma of the Modern in Japanese Fiction, New Haven, Conn.; London: Yale University Press 1995 (Studies of the East Asian Institute): 180–94.

Weinberger, Christopher
Triangulating an Ethos: Ethical Criticism, Novel Alterity, and Mori Ōgai’s ‘Stereoscopic Vision’”, positions: asia critique 23.2 (2015): 259–85.

Wren, James Allan
Darkness Visible: Ideology, Ontology, and Ōgai’s Experimentation with Bōkansha Narration”, in: Differences Without Distinction: Ideology and the Performative Contexts of Fictional Self-Representation in Modern Japanese Literature, Ph.D. thesis, University of Washington, 1997. Unpublished typescript: 153–92.

Yoda Tomiko
First-Person Narration and Citizen-Subject: The Modernity of Ōgai’s The Dancing Girl”, Journal of Asian Studies 65.2 (May 2006): 277–306.