International Ōgai Studies

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nation (6)

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.

Hirakawa Sukehiro
“Psychology of Encounter and National Self-Conceit: Mori Ōgai’s and Nishida Kitarō’s Warnings against the Fall of Western Learning in Japan”, KBS Bulletin on Japanese Culture 77 (April–May 1966): 1–11.

Lamarre, Thomas
“Science, History and Culture in the Late Meiji Period: Mori Rintarō’s Experiments”, in: Helen Hardacre with Adam L. Kern (eds.): New Directions in the Study of Meiji Japan, Leiden et al.: Brill 1997: 60–89.

Manke, Michaela
“Mori Ōgais Maihime als ein (nicht nur) literarisches Beispiel für das Zusammenspiel der Faktoren Nation, Kultur, Sozialschicht und Gender an einer Schnittstelle zwischen deutscher und japanischer Kultur”, Seinan Gakuin Daigaku kokusai bunka ronshū / Seinan Journal of Cultures 19.1 (September 2004): 33–64.

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.

Takemura Kazuko
“Women and Imagined Nation-Family in Ogai Mori’s The Dancing Girl, Amerika bungaku hyōron 15 (1995): 22–34.