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Acquired Alterity: Migration, Identity, and Literary Nationalism 2022 book

Acquired Alterity: Migration, Identity, and Literary Nationalism

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Acquired Alterity: Migration, Identity, and Literary Nationalism

ISBN : 0520383044, 9780520383043 
publisher: University of California Press 
publish year: 2022 
pages: 276 
language: English 
ebook format : PDF (It will be converted to PDF, EPUB OR AZW3 if requested by the user) 
file size: 48 MB 

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Lilienthal imprint
Series page
Title page
Copyright page
List of Illustrations
Chapter 1. Introduction
Chapter 2. The State
	Japanese-Language Readers Outside Japan
	1908-24: The Early Years of the Japanese  in Brazil
	1924-34: The Years of Japanese  State-Sponsored Migration
	1934-41: A Sizable, Stabilized Marketplace
	Territorialization and Japanese Literature
Chapter 3. Culture
	Japanese-Language Newspapers in Brazil
	Duels in the Presence of the Shogun Iemitsu
	The Early Years: Historical Fiction, 1917-33
	Illegal Printing
	Experimentation and Transition, 1932-34
	A New Order, 1934-41
	Origins of the Serialized Works
	Periodization of Prewar Serializations
	Notable Exceptions
	Japanese Literatures
Ten Stories from Brazil
	“An Age of Speculative Farming”
	“The Death of a Certain Settler”
	“After We Had Settled”
	“A Certain Ghetto”
Chapter 4. Ethnos
	Racial Other as Instrument of Justice
	Intraracial Betrayal
	Valorizing Heterogeneity
	Extremes of Alterity and Identity
	Japanese Literature as Political Project
Chapter 5. Language
	Strategies for Representing  Linguistic Diversity
	Nihongo bungaku: Japanese-Language Literature
Chapter 6. Conclusions
	Naming Collections of Texts
Appendix 1: Proper Names
Appendix 2: Koronia-go (loanwords from Portuguese)
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