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New Japanese Voices: The Best Contemporary Fiction from Japan

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Published to wide acclaim last year, this dazzling collection of short stories represents the American debut of the best of contemporary Japanese fiction. These stories offer a rich portrait of the Japanese sensibility which is transforming the way the rest of the world views itself.

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A New York Times Book Review Editor's Choice

Born after Hiroshima, the writers in this dazzling collection of short stories represent the American debut of the best contemporary Japanese fiction. Inhabiting the exotic interstice between cultural traditionalism and high-tech futurism, the stories in this volume offer a rich portrait of the Japanese sensibility — the zeitgeist that is transforming the way the rest of the world views itself. Sections include “Kitchen” by Banana Yoshimoto, “A Callow Fellow of Jewish Descent” by Masahiko Shimada, “On Meeting My 100 Percent Woman One Fine April Morning” by Haruki Murakami, “Swallowtails” by Shiina Mkoto, “God Is Nowhere; God Is Now Here” by Itoh Seikoh, “X-Rated Blanket” by Eimi Yamada, “Yu-Hee” by Yang Ji Lee, “On a Moonless Night by Sei Takekawa, “Living in a Maze” by Kyoji Kobayashi, “The Imitation of Leibniz” by Genichiro Takahashi, “The Unsinkable Molly Brown” by Tamio Kageyama, and “Wine” by Mariko Hayashi.

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ISBN:
9780871135223
Subtitle:
The Best Contemporary Fiction from Japan
Editor:
Mitsios, Helen
Introduction:
McInerney, Jay
Editor:
Mitsios, Helen
Author:
McInerney, Jay
Author:
Mitsios, Helen
Introduction:
McInerney, Jay
Publisher:
Atlantic Monthly Press
Subject:
General
Subject:
Literature
Subject:
Anthologies (multiple authors)
Subject:
Asian - General
Subject:
Translations into english
Subject:
Japanese fiction
Subject:
Asian
Edition Description:
Trade Paper
Publication Date:
19940113
Binding:
Paperback
Language:
English
Pages:
224
Dimensions:
9 x 6 in 9.44 oz

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New Japanese Voices: The Best Contemporary Fiction from Japan
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Product details 224 pages Grove Press - English 9780871135223 Reviews:
"Synopsis" by , Published to wide acclaim last year, this dazzling collection of short stories represents the American debut of the best of contemporary Japanese fiction. These stories offer a rich portrait of the Japanese sensibility which is transforming the way the rest of the world views itself.
"Synopsis" by ,
A New York Times Book Review Editor's Choice

Born after Hiroshima, the writers in this dazzling collection of short stories represent the American debut of the best contemporary Japanese fiction. Inhabiting the exotic interstice between cultural traditionalism and high-tech futurism, the stories in this volume offer a rich portrait of the Japanese sensibility — the zeitgeist that is transforming the way the rest of the world views itself. Sections include “Kitchen” by Banana Yoshimoto, “A Callow Fellow of Jewish Descent” by Masahiko Shimada, “On Meeting My 100 Percent Woman One Fine April Morning” by Haruki Murakami, “Swallowtails” by Shiina Mkoto, “God Is Nowhere; God Is Now Here” by Itoh Seikoh, “X-Rated Blanket” by Eimi Yamada, “Yu-Hee” by Yang Ji Lee, “On a Moonless Night by Sei Takekawa, “Living in a Maze” by Kyoji Kobayashi, “The Imitation of Leibniz” by Genichiro Takahashi, “The Unsinkable Molly Brown” by Tamio Kageyama, and “Wine” by Mariko Hayashi.

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