Middlebury

JAPN 0215

Modern Japanese Fiction

Modern Japanese Fiction (in English)
In this course we will examine the development of Japanese literature from the Meiji restoration (1868) through WWII. During this period of rapid and often tumultuous modernization, fiction played a crucial role in the creation of the nation-state and in the formation of the individual's sense of self. We will read works by writers who participated actively in the imagination of modernity and those who resisted it, including Kunikida Doppo, Higuchi Ichiyo, Natsume Soseki, and Mori Ogai. 3 hrs. lect./disc.
Subject:
Japanese
Department:
Japanese Studies
Division:
Languages
Requirements Fulfilled:
AAL LIT NOA

Sections

Spring 2020

JAPN0215A-S20 Lecture

Spring 2019

JAPN0215A-S19 Lecture (Milutin)

Fall 2014

JAPN0215A-F14 Lecture (Humphrey)

Fall 2008

JAPN0215A-F08 Lecture (Snyder)
JAPN0215B-F08 Lecture (Snyder)

Fall 2006

JAPN0215A-F06 Lecture (Snyder)