The Review of Contemporary Fiction Summer 2002

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Takayuki Tasumi, "The Japanoid Manifesto: Toward a New Poetics of Invisible Culture"/ Larry McCaffery and Sinda Gregory, "Introduction"/Mitsutaka Oide, "Thinking the Opposite: An Interview with Yoshio Aramaki"/Yoshio Aramaki, "Soft Clocks"/Larry McCaffery, Sinda Gregory, and Takayuki Tatsumi, "A Meaning in Art That's No Longer Possible: An Interview with Kiyoshi Kasai"/Kiyoshi Kasai, "Oedipus City"/Sinda Gregory and Larry McCaffery, "Not Just a Gibson Clone: An Interview with Goro Masaki"/Goro Masaki, "The Human ...

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Overview

Takayuki Tasumi, "The Japanoid Manifesto: Toward a New Poetics of Invisible Culture"/ Larry McCaffery and Sinda Gregory, "Introduction"/Mitsutaka Oide, "Thinking the Opposite: An Interview with Yoshio Aramaki"/Yoshio Aramaki, "Soft Clocks"/Larry McCaffery, Sinda Gregory, and Takayuki Tatsumi, "A Meaning in Art That's No Longer Possible: An Interview with Kiyoshi Kasai"/Kiyoshi Kasai, "Oedipus City"/Sinda Gregory and Larry McCaffery, "Not Just a Gibson Clone: An Interview with Goro Masaki"/Goro Masaki, "The Human Factor (from Evil Eyes)"/Sinda Gregory and Larry McCaffery, "Bird outside the Cage: An Interview with Yumi Matsuo"/Yumi Matsuo, "Murder in Balloon Town"/Sinda Gregory, Toshifumi Miyawaki, and Larry McCaffery, "It Don't Mean a Thing, If it Ain't Got That Swing: An Interview with Haruki Murakami"/Haruki Murakami, "Three German Fantasies"/ Larry McCaffery, Sinda Gregory, Mari Kotani, and Takayuki Tatsumi, "The Twister of Imagination: An Interview with Mariko Ohara"/ Mariko Ohara, "The Mental Female"/Sinda Gregory and Larry McCaffery, "Sophisticated Masochism: An Interview with Masahiko Shimada"/ Masahiko Shimada, "Stalled at a Kiss (from Master and Discipline)"/Larry McCaffery, Sinda Gregory, Mari Kotani, and Takayuki Tatsumi, "This Conflict between Illusion and Brutal Reality: An Interview with Yoriko Shono" /Yoriko Shono, "Time Warp Complex"/ Larry McCaffery, Sinda Gregory, and Yoshiaki Koshikawa, "Why Not Have Fun? — An Interview with Gen'ichiro Takahashi"/ Gen'ichiro Takahashi, "Ghostbusters — An Adventure Story"/ Larry McCaffery, Sinda Gregory, and Takayuki Tatsumi, "Keeping Not Writing: An Interview with Yasutaka Tsutsui"/ Yasutaka Tsutsui, "Just a Nobody (from The Rumors about Me)"/ Larry McCaffery and Sinda Gregory, "A (Very) Selective Bibliography of Modern and Postmodern Japanese Fiction and Culture (English Translation Only)"

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781564782762
  • Publisher: Dalkey Archive Press
  • Publication date: 7/28/2002
  • Pages: 192
  • Product dimensions: 6.12 (w) x 8.98 (h) x 0.72 (d)

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John O'Brien founded the Review of Contemporary Fiction in 1981.

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