Japan Engaging the World: A Century of International Encounter

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Befu, Harumi, ed.
Number 1
1996. 120 pp.
ISBN 0-9650254-0-3
$15.00

Contents

Contributors – vi

Preface – vii
Donald Keene

1. Japan, the West, and Modern Chinese Literature: A Reading of Yu Da-Fu's "Sinking" and Lu Xun's "Medicine" – 1
Jian-Zhong Lin

2. Arishima Takeo and the United States – 11
Reiko Yonogi

3. "Flowers in the Setting Sun": Yosano Akiko's Travels in Europe, 1911-1912 – 17
Laurel Rasplica Rodd

4. Japan's International Human Rights Policy – 43
Richard C. Kagan

5. Globally Yours: Tampopo as a Postmodern Film – 61
Tamae Prindle

6. Sticky Efforts: Japan's Rice Market Opening and U.S.- Japan Transnational Lobbying – 73
Yoichiro Sato

7. Globalization of Japan: Cosmopolitanization or Spread of the Japanese Village? – 101
Harumi Befu and Nancy Stalker


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