The Critique of the Virtual Shifting Discrusive Space in Japanese Literature 1960s--1980s

The Critique of the Virtual Shifting Discrusive Space in Japanese Literature 1960s--1980s

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As military defeat and the advance of capitalism leveled out fundamental differences in understanding history and local values, literary writers such as Yoshimoto Takaaki and Oe Kenzaburo tried to sublimate this changing world-view into artistic production. Old myth and new rationale are intermingled to create a literary sensation.social criticism must incorporate the service sector into its view of the cultural industry - such as cartoons, television, ... during the 1 960s, at the same time; it indicates what it was that united the people who produced the aquot;culture of the 60s.


Title:The Critique of the Virtual Shifting Discrusive Space in Japanese Literature 1960s--1980s
Author: Koichi Haga
Publisher:ProQuest - 2008
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