Bodies of Evidence: Women, Society, and Detective Fiction in 1990s Japan
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206pp. March 2004
Bodies of Evidence: Women, Society, and Detective Fiction in 1990s Japan
Author: Seaman, Amanda C.;
The publication in 1992 of Miyabe Miyuke’s highly anticipated Kasha (translated into English as All She Was Worth) represents a watershed in the history of Japanese women’s detective fiction. Inspired by Miyabe’s success and the increasi
"Delightful and informative ... thought-provoking and useful" —Monumenta Nipponica 59 (2004)

"Amanda Seaman not only advances the study of Japanese literature by opening the door to a new genre, but also contributes to ongoing discussions of wo

Author: Seaman, Amanda C.;
Amanda C. Seaman is assistant professor of Japanese literature at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst.
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