Representations of Power: The Literary Politics of Medieval Japan
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250pp. May 1993
Representations of Power: The Literary Politics of Medieval Japan
Author: Marra, Michele;
In Representations of Power, the author examines the cultural politics of dominant ideologies in Japan from the fourteenth to the sixteenth centuries, analyzing the role played by literary texts—poetry, drama, comedy, narrative—in the creation an
"Filled with insights, original conclusions, and alternate readings of historical evidence. . . . What Michele Marra has done is to illuminate the political intent in artistic creation and thus add new depth to our historical understanding."—Japan Time
Author: Marra, Michele;
Michele Marra, who teaches Japanese literature at the University of California, Los Angeles, has served on the faculties of the Osaka University of Foreign Studies, the University of Tokyo, and the University of Southern California.



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