International Ōgai Studies

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narration (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 Goose, in: Tsuruta Kinya; Thomas E. Swann (eds.): Approaches to the Modern Japanese Novel, Tokyo: Sophia University 1976: 129–47.

Kamei Hideo
“Chapter Four: An Oddball Rich in Dreams: Mori Ōgai and His Critics”. Translated by Ayako Kano, in: Transformations of Sensibility: The Phenomenology of Meiji Literature. Translation edited and with an introduction by Michael Bourdaghs, Ann Arbor: Center for Japanese Studies, The University of Michigan 2002: 67–85.

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 Unpublished typescript. 218p.

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 Unpublished typescript: 1–56.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.

Starrs, Roy
“Writing the National Narrative: Changing Attitudes toward Nation-Building among Japanese Writers, 1900–1930”, in: Sharon A. Minichiello (ed.): Japan’s Competing Modernities: Issues in Culture and Democracy, 1900–1930, Honolulu: University of Hawai‘i Press 1998: 206–27.

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.

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.