Southern Exposure: Modern Japanese Literature from Okinawa (Google eBook)
Michael S. Molasky, Steve Rabson
University of Hawaii Press, Jan 1, 2000 - Literary Criticism - 362 pages
Southern Exposure is the first anthology of Okinawan literature to appear in English translation. It includes a wide range of fiction as well as a sampling of poetry from the 1920s to the present day.
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Review: Southern Exposure: Modern Japanese Literature from OkinawaUser Review - Crystal - Goodreads
Okinawan society is very complex and its literature reflects that. Other than the shared theme of Okinawa, the works spanned genre and style. Someday I'd like to try reading some of them in Japanese. Read full review
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