Mirror: The Fiction and Essays of K?da Aya
Ann Sherif discusses the life and work of Koda in light of changes in critical horizons, readerly communities, and especially constructions of gender and the family in the latter half of the twentieth century. Excellent translations of some of Koda's most provocative short works are included."
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