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Japanese Women Writers 1913-1938 (Women in Translation)
To Live and to Write: Selections by Japanese Women Writers 1913-1938 (Women in Translation). 0931188431 (ISBN13: 9780931188435). Yukiko Tanaka’s marvellous assembly of nine remarkable women authors captivated my acumen with an addictive indulgence akin to unearthing of infinite treasure. Seeing the themes they wrote about and many of the stories being at least l makes me feel like I've learned at least a little bit more about both what it meant to be a Japanese women in this time as well as what it means to be a woman today. Many of the things these writers struggled with are still current issues today.
Trapped between traditional Japanese ideals of femininity and the demands of the autonomous artist, burning with ambition yet burdened by poverty, these women indeed wrote to live and lived to write, and the struggle for creative fulfillment runs through their prose. Divorce, sexual desire, hunger, Marxist politics and women's conflicting roles also provide themes for these unusually strong tales. Okamoto Kanoko, a flamboyant esthete, writes about a self-absorbed female artist whose inner strength overwhelms her inferior male friend.
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To Live and To Write: Selections by Japanese women writers 1913-1938. The Seal Press (1987). Wilson, Michiko Niikuni. Misreading and Un-Reading the Male Text, Finding the Female Text: Miyamoto Yuriko's Autobiographical Fiction″. Japan Women′s Journal, English Supplement, Number 13, 1997, pp. 26–55. Works by or about Miyamoto Yuriko at Internet Archive.
Classic Books & Novels. To Live and to Write : Selections by Japanese Women Writers, 1913-1938. Women in Translation. By (photographer) Yukiko Tanaka, Translated by Elizabeth Hanson, Translated by Hiroko M Malatesta. AbeBooks may have this title (opens in new window). Presents selections by nine leading women writers from Japan, spanning twenty-five years of change and emerging feminist consciousness in that country show more. Format Hardback 225 pages.
Category:Japanese women writers. This is a non-diffusing subcategory of Category:Japanese writers
Category:Japanese women writers. The main article for this category is List of Japanese women writers. This is a non-diffusing subcategory of Category:Japanese writers. It includes writers that can also be found in the parent category, or in diffusing subcategories of the parent. This category has the following 8 subcategories, out of 8 total. Japanese women writers by century (6 C).
Women Writers and Gender in Japanese Society Bardsley, Jan. The Bluestockings of Japan: New Woman Essays and . Tanaka, Yukiko, ed. To Live and To Write: Selections by Japanese Women Writers, 1913-1938
Women Writers and Gender in Japanese Society Bardsley, Jan. The Bluestockings of Japan: New Woman Essays and Fiction from Seito, 1911-1916. Be a Woman: Hayashi Fumiko and Modern Japanese Women’s Literature. Sirens of the Western Shore: The Westernesque Femme Fatale, Translation, and Vernacular Style in Modern Japanese Literature. To Live and To Write: Selections by Japanese Women Writers, 1913-1938. Unmapped Territories: New Women’s Fiction from Japan. This Kind of Woman: Ten Stories by Japanese Women Writers, 1960-1976.
To Live and to Write: Selections by Japanese Women Writers, 1913–1938. Seattle: Seal Press, 1987. Victoria V. Vernon (a1).
A report of qustionnaire study for Japanese women’s experiences on their pregnancy and prenatal testing 2014, in Japanese. October 1989 · Monumenta Nipponica.