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This front matter section of the book Literature, Modernity, and the Practice of Resistance: Japanese and Taiwanese Fiction, 1960-1990 contains the table of contents and acknowledgments. The book discusses modernity in the literary cultures of Japan and Taiwan, 1960-1990. It explores contemporary East Asian comparative literature and inter-Asian cultural studies through the prism of literature. It also explains US hegemony and politics and sexuality in Cold War East Asia, post-war fiction and resistance to regionalism. It provides triangular paradigms for the geopolitical world with in-depth analysis of the historical, social, and ideological contexts in which these works are situated, and explores the form and function of literary practice within the societies of industrialized East Asia.

Keywords: East Asian comparative literature; inter-Asian cultural studies; Japanese fiction; Taiwanese fiction; US hegemony



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