When Our Eyes No Longer See: Realism, Science, and Ecology in Japanese Literary Modernism
As industrial and scientific developments in early-twentieth-century Japan transformed the meaning of objective observation, modern writers and poets struggled to capture what they had come to see as an evolving network of invisible relations joining people to the larger material universe. For these artists, literary modernism was a crisis of perception before it was a cri...more
Hardcover, 394 pages
Published April 1st 2008 by Harvard University Press
(first published March 1st 2008)
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