xvi, 331 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
0295960434 alkaline paper 9780295960432 alkaline paper
Bibliography, etc. Note
Bibliography: pages 313-318.
Formatted Contents Note
1. Introduction pt. 1. Simpler years: 2. The law 3. Traditional irony and old-fashioned trash 4. Developing realism: the censors begin to notice pt. 2. After the war with Russia: 5. The rise of naturalism 6. Naturalism explodes in the press 7. Literature and life/Art and the state 8. The government moves right 9. Working under the mature system pt. 3. High treason and after: 10. Mori Ōgai and Hiraide Shū: inside the high treason case 11. Other writers react 12. A crashing stalemate: the Committee on Literature pt. 4. Toward national mobilization: 13. Overview: thought control and censorship after Meiji 14. Tanizaki in Taishō 15. The Shōwa Publishing boom and the Literary Chat Society 16. The military and the thought police take over.
PL726.63.C37 R83 1984
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