Dominant Narratives of Colonial Hokkaido and Imperial Japan: Envisioning the Periphery and the Modern Nation-State by Michele M. Mason (Hardback, 2012)

Brand new: lowest price


Free postage
  • Get it by Fri, 29 Jun - Wed, 18 Jul from New York, United States
  • New condition
  • • 30 day returns - Buyer pays return postage | Returns policy
The first literary-cultural studies project on modern Hokkaido, this study examines the problematic ways dominant narratives cast Japanese as the main characters, agents, and even victims of the 'modernization' process, perpetuating a number of intransigent and troubling erasures.
Sold bygrey_elk_books_au_and_uk (86828)99.7% positive FeedbackContact seller
Registered as business seller