The American Occupation of Japan and Okinawa: Literature and Memory

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Routledge Chapman & Hall, 2001 - History - 244 pages
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How do the Japanese and Okinawans remember Occupation? How is memory constructed and transmitted? Michael Molasky explores these questions through careful, sensitive readings of literature from mainland Japan and Okinawa. This book sheds light on difficult issues of war, violence, prostitution, colonialism and post-colonialism in the context of the Occupations of Japan and Okinawa.

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Molasky--Connecticut College, New London

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