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Orality and the Transforming Senses in Meiji Media: An Exploration of Kami-Shibai and Japanese Folklores
Kang Jun and Kutsuzawa Kiyomi
Review of Japanese Culture and Society
Vol. 14, Meiji Literature and the Artwork (DECEMBER 2002), pp. 49-59
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/42800201
Page Count: 11
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