International Ōgai Studies


self (11)

Diaz, Mary Elizabeth
The Conflict Between the Novel and the Eastern Concept of the Private Self: The Literary Responses of Natsume Sōseki and Mori Ōgai, Ph.D. thesis, State University of New York at Stony Brook, 2002. Unpublished typescript. 228p.

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.

Miyoshi Yukio
“Über Mori Ōgai’s Mōsō: Die Welt des Kanbunstils”. Übersetzt: Peter Pörtner, Kagami. Japanischer Zeitschriftenspiegel (Neue Folge) 11.1 (1984): 105–27.

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

Rich, Christopher Michael
Plum Beyond the Crossing: Desire, Rebellion and Belief in the Fiction of Mori Ōgai (1862–1922), Ph.D. thesis, Yale University, 1998. 248p.

Roberts, Glenda Susan
Hutterite Colonies and Chinese Communes: A Comparison. And The Wild Geese, an Exploration of Self-Awakening, M.A. thesis, Cornell University 1980. 55p.

Schamoni, Wolfgang
“Das Unterhaltungsprogramm”, in: Japonica Humboldtiana 13 (2009–10): 47–60.

Stahl, Thomas
“Konfigurationen des Fremden in Mori Ōgais Deutschlanderzählung Die Tänzerin, PhiN. Philologie im Netz 26 (2003): 62–74.

Washburn, Dennis
“Manly Virtue and the Quest for Self: The Bildungsroman of Mori Ōgai”, Journal of Japanese Studies 21.1 (1995): 1–32.

Washburn, Dennis
“Manly Virtue and Modern Identity”, in: Translating Mount Fuji: Modern Japanese Fiction and the Ethics of Identity, New York: Columbia University Press 2006: 107–36.

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.