The Wild Goose

The Wild Goose

Book - 1995
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Mori Ogai (1862-1922), one of the giants of modern Japanese literature, wrote The Wild Goose at the turn of the century. At a time when writers tended to depict modern, alienated male intellectuals, the characters of The Wild Goose are diverse, including not only students preparing for a privileged intellectual life and members of the plebeian classes who provide services to them, but also a pair of highly developed female characters. The author's sympathetic and penetrating portrayal of the dilemmas and frustrations faced by women in this early period of Japan's modernization makes the story of particular interest to readers today.
Publisher: Ann Arbor : Center for Japanese Studies, University of Michigan, 1995.
ISBN: 9780939512713
0939512718
9780939512706
093951270X
093951270X
Branch Call Number: 895.6342/MORI
Characteristics: xiv, 166 p. ; 23 cm.
Additional Contributors: Watson, Burton 1925-2017

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