EAS330H1: Narrative Strategies in Modern Japanese Fiction

Hours: 
24L

Discussion of narratives by modern Japanese authors with attention to issues in narratology and contemporary narrative studies such as: voice and perspective; gender and power relationships of the narrator-narratee-narrated; the act of narrating, writing, listening and reading; and metafictional paradox.

Prerequisite: 

EAS105H1 and EAS263H1/​ EAS230H1/​ EAS235H1/​ EAS256H1/​ EAS257H1/​ EAS284H1/​ EAS284Y1, or permission of the instructor.

Distribution Requirements: 
Humanities
Breadth Requirements: 
Creative and Cultural Representations (1)