International Ōgai Studies

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naturalism (14)

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.

Aoyama Tomoko
Seinen: Ōgai’s Portrait of a Young Man as an Artist”, Japanese Studies: Bulletin of the Japanese Studies Association of Australia 14.3 (1994): 66–77.

Dilworth, David
“The Significance of Ōgai’s Historical Literature”, in: The Historical Literature of Mori Ōgai. Volume 2: Saiki Kōi and Other Stories. Edited by David Dilworth and J. Thomas Rimer. Additional contributions by Richard Bowring, Darcy Murray, Edmund R. Skrzypczak, Honolulu: University of Hawai‘i Press 1977: 1–31. Reprint in one volume 1997 / 1997: 12–42.

Hasegawa Izumi
“The Significance of the Meiji Period in Mori Ōgai’s Literature”, Acta Asiatica 40 (1981): 1–21.

Hasegawa Izumi
“Literary Tradition and Its Transformation in Japan”, Ōgai 34 (1984): 197–222.

Keene, Donald
“Mori Ōgai”, in: Dawn to the West: Japanese Literature of the Modern Era. Vol. 1: Fiction, New York: Holt, Rinehart and Winston 1984: 355–85.

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): 455–70.

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.

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

O’Neill, D. Cuong
“Portrait of an Artist in Tokyo circa 1910: Mori Ōgai’s Seinen, Japan Forum 18.3 (November 2006): 295–314.

Peikert, Natalie
Die Problematik des ästhetischen Naturalismus bei Ōgai Mori (1862–1922) und Émile Zola (1840–1902), M.A. thesis, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München, 1998.

Powell, Irena
“In Search of Logic and Social Harmony”, Writers and Society in Modern Japan, Tokyo et al.: Kodansha International 1983: 64–69.

Reichert, Jim
“Nanshoku and Naturalism in Mori Ōgai’s Vita Sexualis”, in: In the Company of Men. Representations of Male-Male Sexuality in Meiji Literature, Stanford, Calif.: Stanford University Press 2006: 199–226.

Yokota-Murakami Takayuki
“Sexuality as a Historical Construct”, in: Don Juan East / West: On the Problematics of Comparative Literature, Albany: State University of New York 1998 (SUNY series, The Margins of Literature): 119–36.