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Rikkyo American Studies No. 21

(March 1999)





Foreword 001
■Symposium
How Culture Transgresses the Borders
Race, Ethnicity, and Nationality
005
Cultural Studies and Transnationalization 007 Tetsuya Motohashi
Can the Chimera Speak?
A Comparative Study of Captivity Narrative
029 Takayuki Tatsumi
How Culture Transgresses the Borders
From a Resident Korean Novelist's Viewpoint
045 Suok-Buom Kim
Explanatory Notes to the Kim's Lecture 061 Takeshi Hiratsuka
■Lecture
Visual Representation in the Age of Multiculturalism
Asians in Hollywood Cinema
071 Yumiko Murakami
■Essays
The World of Achromatic Color
Melville's "Benito Cereno"
095 Ryo Sugiura
Doing Justice to Bartleby
The Impossible Judgements in "Bartleby, the Scrivener"
111 Keisuke Fukumoto
Films of Passing: An Introduction
A History of American Cinema According to "White Negroes"
137 Shiro Iioka
Contributors 197
   

 

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