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Proceedings of the conference, Sexuality and Edo Culture, 1750-1850, held at Indiana University on August 17-20, 1995. More than 130 illustrations. Sexuality in Edo culture has long been a taboo subject in literary histories and critical studies in spite of the fact that, as with other major cities, Edo urban culture materialized in narratives grounded in sexual fantasies. In Imaging/Reading Eros, scholars from many disciplines explore the connection between the awareness of the body and the self-consciousness of the city's culture in an effort to find a place for sexuality in teaching and research on Japan, while establishing a place for Edo popular culture in the canons of world art and literature.
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Book Description East Asian Studies Center, 1996. Paperback. Condition: Fine. Like New Condition. 161 pages, illustrations. Text is clean and bright, binding is tight, covers are in excellent condition, tiny smudge on back cover, separate letter signed by editor. 100% Money Back Guarantee! Ships within 1 business day, includes tracking. Carefully packed. Serving satisfied customers since 1987. Seller Inventory # mon0000010721