Monkey brain sushi: new tastes in Japanese fiction

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Alfred Birnbaum
Kodansha, 1991 - Fiction - 304 pages
A collection of contemporary Japanese fiction features themes ranging from media images and workaday madness to sex and scandal, and includes works that experiment with language, offbeat humor, science fiction, and cartoon graphics

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MONKEY BRAIN SUSHI: New Tastes in Japanese Fiction

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A collection of short stories, excerpts from novels, and one manga comic from Japan's ``Brat Pack'' that, with one exception, have not previously appeared in the US. Known as fuikkushon writers ... Read full review

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Oddly, I was given this book by one of my high school English teachers after expressing an interest in Japan and Japanese literature--and these are a collection of tales I find myself going back and ... Read full review

Contents

introduction Alfred Birnbaum
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Sproing EH MaklftO
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aSSESSS GenUchiroTakahashi
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