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This index is a list of terms and concepts relevant to the analysis of the role of gender in the ways in which the Russo-Japanese war was interpreted in Japan and the role of race in terms of foreign perceptions and images of Japan before, during and after the conflict, and exploration of the impact of the war on modern Japanese literature and contrasts the approaches taken by male and female writers. This book is a collection of outstanding essays written by many eminent scholars and researchers from Japan and many other parts of the world. Their dedicated studies on the origins and consequences of the Russo-Japanese War are compiled here.

Keywords: female writers; Japanese literature; Russo-Japanese war



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