Decadent Literature in Twentieth-Century Japan
Decadence is a concept that designates a given historical moment as a phase of decay and valorizes the past as an irretrievable golden age. This study offers an innovative examination of a century of Japanese fiction through the analytical prism of decadence. Ikuho Amano is an Assistant Professor of Japanese and the Coordinator of the Japanese Program in the Department of Modern Languages and Literatures at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, USA.
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