The Father-Daughter Plot: Japanese Literary Women and the Law of the Father
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440pp. July 2001
The Father-Daughter Plot: Japanese Literary Women and the Law of the Father
Editor: Copeland, Rebecca L.; Ramirez-Christensen, Esperanza;
This provocative collection of essays is a comprehensive study of the "father-daughter dynamic" in Japanese female literary experience. Its contributors examine the ways in which women have been placed politically, ideologically, and symbolically as "daug
"The essays are all pleasingly ambitious and of uniformly high intellectual quality.... [The book] seeks to open new roads for the study of Japanese literature and succeeds brilliantly." --H-Net Reviews, June 2002 (
Editor: Copeland, Rebecca L.; Ramirez-Christensen, Esperanza;
Rebecca L. Copeland is associate professor of Japanese language and literature and director of the East Asian Studies Program at Washington University, St. Louis. Esperanza Ramirez-Christensen is associate professor of Japanese literature at
Introduction
Esperanza Ramirez-Christensen

1. Of Love and Bondage in the Kagero Diary: Michitsuna's Mother and Her Father
Sonja Arntzen

2. Self-Representation and the Patriarchy in the Heian Female Memoirs
Esperanza Ramirez-Christensen




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