Postmodernity and Cross-culturalism

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Yoshinobu Hakutani
Fairleigh Dickinson Univ Press, 2002 - 214 頁
This collection of eleven essays concerns postmodernity in cross-culturalism, a contiguous literary movement from modernity in East-West literary criticism. Most of the contributions address particular cross-cultural relations such as postcolonialism in Indian literature and paganism in Spanish culture. The writers and critics discussed range from Emerson, Twain, and Lacan to Kenzaburo Oe and Haruki Murakami, Salman Rushdie, Richard Wright, and Alice Walker.
 

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Introduction
7
No Place I Was Meant to Be Postmodern Japan in Haruki Murakamis Fiction
17
Huck Finn and America in Kenzaburo Oe
31
Richard Wrights Pagan Spain and CrossCultural Discourse
43
Rushdies Midnights Children Meditation and the Postmodern Conception of History
62
Three Meals a Day and the Fun of It Existential Hunger and the MagnificentSevenSamurai
76
On Making Things Korean Western Drama and Local Tradition in Please Turn Off the Lights
88
Linguistic Conservatism National Identity and the Postcolonial Indian Novel
106
Japan Has Become the Sign Identity and History in Theresa Hak Kyung Chas Dictee
117
Private Voice and Buddhist Enlightenment in Alice Walkers The Color Purple
144
Emerson Lacan and Zen Transcendental and Postmodern Conceptions of the Eastern Subject
157
North American Versions of Haibun and Postmodern American Culture
168
Contributors
201
Index
205
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