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In the Company of Men
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Contents List of Figures 000 Note on Japanese Names and Terms 000 Introduction 000 Part I: Nanshoku and Early-Meiji Modernity 000 1. Shizu no odamaki and Early-Meiji Nostalgia for Samurai Nanshoku 000 2. Sawamura Tanosuke and Early-Meiji Reinterpretations of Kabuki Nanshoku 000 Part II: Nanshoku and Literary Reform 000 3. Tosei shosei katagi and the Institutionalization of Compulsory Male Heterosexuality 000 4. Yamada Bimyo: Historical Fiction and Modern Love 000 Part III: Nanshoku and Meiji Neoclassicism 000 5. Samurai Love and Mid-Meiji Masculinity in Koda Rohan's Hige otoko 000 Part IV: Nanshoku and the Late-Meiji Novel 000 6. The Love That Dare Not Speak Its Name: Male-Male Desire in Natsume Soseki's Nowaki 000 7. Nanshoku and Naturalism in Mori Ogai's Vita Sexualis 000 Conclusion 000 Notes 000 Index 000

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Jim Reichert is Assistant Professor of Japanese Literature at Stanford University.

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"Reichert's fascinating and timely book, In the Company of Men, is the first study of Meiji literature to consider what happened when 'compulsory heterosexuality' was imposed in the wake of modernization... It is an important and revisionist project, intended to change the master narrative of Meiji literary history." - Monumenta Nipponica "This is a high-quality, well-researched study of literary trends in Japan as they pertain to male-male sexuality during the Meiji era." - Journal of Homosexuality "Reichert demonstrates overall a depth of knowledge of the genre, and as a result this book is filled with numerous thought-provoking and informative narratives." - Intersections: Gender, History and Culture in the Asian Context "Japanese literary studies is not usually a place we hope to find radical visions for social reform but In the Company of Men, through meticulously recording how "the repressive regime of compulsory heterosexuality" was painstakingly written into the Japanese literary canon, opens up space for imagining how things could have been, and could still be, otherwise." - Journal of Japanese Studies

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