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  • Errata For Issue 55.1

Wright, Timothy. “No Homelike Place: The Lesson of History in Kazuo Ishiguro’s An Artist of the Floating World.” Contemporary Literature 55.1 (2014): 58–88.

A colon was inadvertently left out on page 73. The sentence should have read:

Yet there is also a more profound reason for the historical elision: that the lives, values, and beliefs of individuals and entire societies are determined by historical processes of which they are barely aware, or whose true nature is too sinister to be acknowledged.

The word “of” was inadvertently left in on page 78. The sentence should have read:

This “liberal” reading would assert that, while Ono could not have foreseen everything that would befall Japan, he was nevertheless naive and misguided, that part of his blindness was a product of his own hubris, part the outmoded traditional structures of Japanese society. [End Page 191]



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