L. Morton
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The Gothic Novel
L. Morton
2009
9 Citations
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The Columbia anthology of modern Japanese literature
J. Rimer, Van C. Gessel, Amy Heinrich, L. Morton, 佐藤 紘彰
Art
2011
PrefaceIntroduction1. First ExperimentsFictionMori Ogai"The Dancing Girl"PoetryOchiai Naobumi"Song of the Faithful Daughter Shiragiku"Shimazaki Toson"The Fox's Trick"First Love"Takeshima Hagoromo"The… Expand
16 Citations
Japanese studies in the humanities in Australia, 1980-1994
L. Morton
History
1994
2 Citations
The Alien Within: Representations of the Exotic in Twentieth-Century Japanese Literature
L. Morton
Art
26 February 2009
"The Alien Within" is the first book-length thematic study in English of the alien in modern Japanese literature and helps shed new light on a number of important authors. Leith Morton examines the… Expand
10 Citations
Japanese literary fantasies
L. Morton
Sociology
1 March 1986
On war poetry
L. Morton
Art
2008
5 Citations
Wartime Tanka Poetry: Writing In Extremis
L. Morton
Art
2011
This chapter focuses on verse composed during the Second World War, specifically on the tanka genre of poetry, the mainstream of classical verse tradition of Japan. It explores a range of responses… Expand
A Poetics of Pure Art
L. Morton
Art
1995
OSEA HIRATA'S study is the first full-length work on Nishiwaki Junzaburo's poetics in English and provides a stimulating and thoughtprovoking analysis of his poetry. But the book gives us much more… Expand
Romance as intertext: rewriting texts in Yosano Akiko's "Tangled hair" (1910)
L. Morton
Mathematics
1 February 2010
The reinvention of romance: The rewriting, reception and censorship of 'ninjobon' in modern Japan
L. Morton
Computer Science
2015
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Examination of the reception, rewriting and censorship of the genre of romantic fiction called 'ninjobon' in twentieth-century Japan is examined, and three examples of this genre are subjects to scrutiny in order to ascertain the nature of romantic love as represented in this genre of fiction.Expand
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