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The Journal of Japanese Studies is the most influential journal dealing with research on Japan available in the English language. Since 1974, it has published the results of scholarly research on Japan in a wide variety of social science and humanities disciplines, as well as translations of articles from Japanese and substantive book reviews.
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viewing issueVolume 42, Number 1, Winter 2016
Table of Contents
- Why Saikaku Was Memorable but Bakin Was Unforgettable
- pp. 91-121
- DOI: 10.1353/jjs.2016.0009
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