Internationale Ōgai Studien

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Individualismus (10)

Abe Auestad, Reiko
Ibsen’s Individualism in Japan: John Gabriel Borkman and Ōgai Mori’s Seinen (Youth, 1910)”, Ibsen Studies 6.1 (2006): 44–67.

Becker, Hans-Joachim
IV. Das Nietzsche-Bild des frühen Mori Ōgai”, in: Die frühe Nietzsche-Rezeption in Japan (1893–1903). Ein Beitrag zur Individualismusproblematik im Modernisierungsprozeß, Wiesbaden: Otto Harrassowitz 1983: 50–56.

Kōsaka Masaaki (ed.)
Natsume Sōseki, Mori Ōgai, and Naturalism”, Japanese Thought in the Meiji Era. Translated and Adapted by David Abosch, Tokyo: Pan-Pacific Press 1958 (Centenary Culture Council Series: Japanese Culture in the Meiji Era 9: Thought): 392–470.

Lozerand, Emmanuel
De l’individu: Le prisme de la biographie”, Cipango. Cahiers d’études japonaises 3 (1994): 63–92.

Motwani, Prem
Social Order, Tradition, and Change in Meiji Fiction: A Special Study of Selected Writings of Mori Ogai and Natsume Soseki, PhD. thesis, Jawaharlal Nehru University, School of International Studies, Centre for East Asian Studies 1997.

Motwani, Prem
Literature and Social Change in Meiji Japan”, in: Unita Sachidanand; Teiji Sakata (eds.): Imaging India - Imaging Japan: A Chronicle of Reflections on Mutual Literature, Delhi : Published for Department of East Asian Studies, University of Delhi & Japan Foundation in association with Manak Publications, 2004: 201–6.

Powell, Irena
In Search of Logic and Social Harmony”, Writers and Society in Modern Japan, Tokyo et al.: Kodansha International 1983: 60–84.

Schöche, Heike
Das Verhältnis zwischen Individuum und Gesellschaft in ausgewählten Werken Natsume Sōsekis und Mori Ōgais zu Beginn des 20. Jahrhunderts”, Nachrichten der Gesellschaft für Natur- und Völkerkunde Ostasiens 151 (1992): 37–52.

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.