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Inside and Other Short Fiction--Japanese Women by Japanese Women - Amy Yamada, Tamaki Daido, Chiya Fujino, Shungiku Uchida, Yuzuki Muroi, Junko Hasegawa, Rio Shimamoto, Nobuko Takagi, Ruth Ozeki
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2002, ISBN: 4770030061

[SR: 143510], Hardcover, [EAN: 9784770030061], Kodansha USA, Kodansha USA, Book, [PU: Kodansha USA], Kodansha USA, Inside and other short fiction showcases the very best of recent writing by Japanese women writers today-including prize-winning novelists and authors never before published in English-as they explore the issue of female identity in a rapidly changing society.AMY YAMADA ("Fiesta"), widely published overseas and with many fans among Western readers, offers us a sophisticated psychological portrait of a sexually repressed woman. TAMAKI DAIDO ("Milk"), winner of the Akutagawa Prize in 2002, and talented young newcomer RIO SHIMAMOTO ("Inside"), paint two very different pictures of teenage life. The trials of a busy working mother are depicted by SHUNGIKU UCHIDA ("My Son's Lips"), who shocked Japan in 1993 with the publication of her novel, Father Fucker. YUZUKI MUROI ("Piss"), a prolific, popular and outspoken essayist, novelist and TV commentator, tells the sexually explicit and very moving story of a young Tokyo prostitute. Winner of the 1999 Akutagawa Prize, CHIYA FUJINO ("Her Room"), delves into the relationship between two women, one divorced and one single, with a subtle and powerful tale. Well-known essayist, JUNKO HASEGAWA ("The Unfertilized Egg") , makes a first foray into fiction with a hard-hitting portrait of the single thirty-something lifestyle. NOBUKO TAKAGI ("The Shadow of the Orchid") is a highly respected member of the Japanese literary establishment, and winner of many prizes, including the Akutagawa Prize in 1984. Her short story is a sensitive depiction of a moment of crisis in the life of a fifty-year-old housewife., 10303, Anthologies, 10300, Short Stories & Anthologies, 17, Literature & Fiction, 1000, Subjects, 283155, Books

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Amy Yamada, Tamaki Daido, Chiya Fujino, Shungiku Uchida, Yuzuki Muroi, Junko Hasegawa, Rio Shimamoto, Nobuko Takagi, Ruth Ozeki:
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2002, ISBN: 4770030061

[SR: 143510], Hardcover, [EAN: 9784770030061], Kodansha USA, Kodansha USA, Book, [PU: Kodansha USA], Kodansha USA, Inside and other short fiction showcases the very best of recent writing by Japanese women writers today-including prize-winning novelists and authors never before published in English-as they explore the issue of female identity in a rapidly changing society.AMY YAMADA ("Fiesta"), widely published overseas and with many fans among Western readers, offers us a sophisticated psychological portrait of a sexually repressed woman. TAMAKI DAIDO ("Milk"), winner of the Akutagawa Prize in 2002, and talented young newcomer RIO SHIMAMOTO ("Inside"), paint two very different pictures of teenage life. The trials of a busy working mother are depicted by SHUNGIKU UCHIDA ("My Son's Lips"), who shocked Japan in 1993 with the publication of her novel, Father Fucker. YUZUKI MUROI ("Piss"), a prolific, popular and outspoken essayist, novelist and TV commentator, tells the sexually explicit and very moving story of a young Tokyo prostitute. Winner of the 1999 Akutagawa Prize, CHIYA FUJINO ("Her Room"), delves into the relationship between two women, one divorced and one single, with a subtle and powerful tale. Well-known essayist, JUNKO HASEGAWA ("The Unfertilized Egg") , makes a first foray into fiction with a hard-hitting portrait of the single thirty-something lifestyle. NOBUKO TAKAGI ("The Shadow of the Orchid") is a highly respected member of the Japanese literary establishment, and winner of many prizes, including the Akutagawa Prize in 1984. Her short story is a sensitive depiction of a moment of crisis in the life of a fifty-year-old housewife., 10303, Anthologies, 10300, Short Stories & Anthologies, 17, Literature & Fiction, 1000, Subjects, 283155, Books

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Inside and other short fiction showcases the very best of recent writing by Japanese women writers today-including prize-winning novelists and authors never before published in English-as they explore the issue of female identity in a rapidly changing society. AMY YAMADA ("Fiesta"), widely published overseas and with many fans among Western readers, offers us a sophisticated psychological portrait of a sexually repressed woman. TAMAKI DAIDO ("Milk"), winner of the Akutagawa Prize in 2002, and talented young newcomer RIO SHIMAMOTO ("Inside"), paint two very different pictures of teenage life. The trials of a busy working mother are depicted by SHUNGIKU UCHIDA ("My Son's Lips"), who shocked Japan in 1993 with the publication of her novel, Father Fucker. YUZUKI MUROI ("Piss"), a prolific, popular and outspoken essayist, novelist and TV commentator, tells the sexually explicit and very moving story of a young Tokyo prostitute. Winner of the 1999 Akutagawa Prize, CHIYA FUJINO ("Her Room"), delves into the relationship between two women, one divorced and one single, with a subtle and powerful tale. Well-known essayist, JUNKO HASEGAWA ("The Unfertilized Egg"), makes a first foray into fiction with a hard-hitting portrait of the single thirty-something lifestyle. NOBUKO TAKAGI ("The Shadow of the Orchid") is a highly respected member of the Japanese literary establishment, and winner of many prizes, including the Akutagawa Prize in 1984. Her short story is a sensitive depiction of a moment of crisis in the life of a fifty-year-old housewife. Inside and Other Short Fiction: Japanese Women by Japanese Women Ozeki, Ruth / Layne, Cathy, Kodansha International

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Showcases thoughtful fiction from Japanese women writers. This collection of short stories explores the issue of female identity in a rapidly changing society, where women have unprecedented sexual and economic freedom. This book showcases original, thoughtful and cutting-edge fiction from Japanese women writers today. These short stories explore the issue of female identity in a rapidly changing society, where women have unprecedented sexual and economic freedom. Amy Yamada (Fiesta'), widely published overseas, offers us a psychological portrait of a sexually repressed woman. Tamaki' anthologies,anthologies and literary collections,fiction,general,literature and fiction,short stories General, Kodansha America, Incorporated

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Inside and Other Short Fiction: Japanese Women by Japanese Women

Collection of eight short works--"cutting-edge fiction from today's Japanese women writers--"that explores the universal issues of female identity, and deals frankly and explicitly with a broad range of women's experiences. *Foreword by American novelist Ruth Ozeki; jacket art by world renowned photographer Tomoko Sawada.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9784770030061
ISBN (ISBN-10): 4770030061
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Date de parution: 2006
Editeur: KODANSHA INTL
237 Pages
Poids: 0,612 kg
Langue: eng/Englisch

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