Wednesday, August 6, 2008

Ishikawa Jun and the Other Modern


W. David Marx, editor of the popular online journal Neojaponisme, has kindly invited me to post this article, in full, on his site. In the article, I explore the connection between Ishikawa Jun's "modernist" literature and the literature of the Edo period (1603-1868), particularly of the Tenmei era (1781-1789). This being my second contribution, I need you all to post flattering comments that make me look smarter and cooler than I really am. (Last time they tore me apart!)

Click here for the article.

4 comments:

Matt said...

And I, I am the liver, it is chopped?

Seriously, thanks for linking and imploring. We need to build up the literary side of the community there for realz.

james said...

nice work. definitely piqued my interest.

Lonely Paul said...

Hello

Anonymous said...

Brilliant! How do you do it? coco