The "High Miss" and Female Identity in the Fiction of Tanabe Seiko
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( Nathaniel Preston )
성균관대학교 동아시아학술원
Sungkyun Journal of East Asian Studies 2012년, 제12권 제1호, 65~85쪽(총21쪽)
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    The fiction of Japanese author Tanabe Seiko (b. 1928) makes an important critique of women`s social position in postwar Japan. Tanabe`s Noriko trilogy (1973-1981) explores the strictures placed on women as the protagonist confronts her double, descends to the brink of madness, and ultimately accepts her own mortality. Likewise, Tanabe`s 1992 short story "Don`t Be So Sweet" depicts a character whose complex gender identity blurs conventional boundaries between male and female. Together, these texts reveal Tanabe`s insistence that human beings may be happy only when they are free to express their naturally complex and inconsistent identities.
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