Threatening Sights, Coveted Fantasies: The Making and Un-Making of Subjects and Objects of the Gaze in Kawabata Yasunari's Thousand Cranes, The Lake, and House of the Sleeping Beauties
The psychology of Kawabata's characters presents a vision of unstable souls. Vision becomes blurred, including not only what the physical but also what the mind's eyes see.
||Modern Japanese Literature, Literary Theory, Gender Studies
International Journal of the Humanities, Volume 3, Issue 9, pp.23-30.
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Gloria R. Montebruno Saller holds a doctorate degree in East Asian Languages and Cultures. She is a lecturer of Japanese literature and civilization at California State University, Fullerton.
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