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Monumenta Nipponica Review by Peter Flueckiger

The March 2013 edition of Monumenta Nipponica includes a review of my book The Observable Mundane: Vernacular Chinese and the Emergence f a Literary Discourse on Popular Narrative in Edo Japan (Seoul National University Press) by Peter Flueckiger of Pomona College. I think the review is quite thoughtful and points out the  major problematic in my study of the status of Chinese vernacular narrative within the intellectual discourse of the Edo period.

the observable mundane (1)

MN review of Pastreich’s Visible Mundane Flueckiger

Emanuel’s talk at Yale University on October 3

WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 3, 2012 4:00 PM

 

 

 

Emanuel Pastreich
Associate Professor of Humanities, Humanitas College at Kyung Hee University
“The Observable Mundane: The Reception of Chinese Vernacular Narrative in Korea and Japan“

EAST ASIA COLLOQUIUM SERIES
Council on East Asian Studies, Yale University

Location: Room 312, Hall of Graduate Studies (320 York Street)
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Emanuel’s talk at Princeton East Asian Studies Program

 

 

 

 

 

October 1, 2012 at 4:30 pm

Emanuel Pastreich
Kyung Hee University
“The Reception of Chinese Vernacular Narrative in Korea and Japan”
East Asian Studies Program., Princeton University
Location: 202 Jones Hall
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