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Title: Breaking into Japanese Literature/Identity: Tatemae and Honne
Authors: Ishii, Tetsuo
Saravia Vargas, José Roberto
Saravia Vargas, Juan Carlos
???metadata.dc.contributor.illustrator???: Camerakarrie
Issue Date: 31-Dec-2011
Abstract: Due to the application of Euro-centered methods of interpretation, literary criticism has overlooked key social aspects that are characteristic of Japanese literature. Among these much-neglected characteristics one can include the paired concepts tatemae and honne. By incorporating those concepts into a reading of Japanese texts, the reader can discover social issues previously unseen. Banana Yosimoto’s novel Kitchen is used to illustrate the different interactions of tatemae and honne.
Publisher: Asociación Cultural Impossibilia
Description: Fotografía: "Japan", Camerakarrie.
Keywords: Japanese
Literature
Interpretation
Tatemae
Society
Banana Yoshimoto
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10481/26214
ISSN: 2174-2464
Rights : Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 License
Citation: Ishii, T., Saravia Vargas, J. R., Saravia Vargas, J. C. Breaking into Japanese Literature/Identity: Tatemae and Honne. Impossibilia, 2: 81-95 (2011). [http://hdl.handle.net/10481/26214]
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