Baudelaire au Japon

La revue en ligne AmeriQuests de l’Université Vanderbilt (Nashville) vient de publier son dernier numéro, consacré à la réception de Baudelaire au Japon,

AmeriQuests, Vol 13, No 1 (2017): The Reception of Baudelaire in Japan, and Sanctuary in “America »
Edited by Robert F. Barsky, David Maraniss and Daniel Ridge

disponible à cette adresse :

http://ameriquests.org/index.php/ameriquests/issue/view/206.

Voici le sommaire :

Introduction
Crossing Borders from France to Japan – and America (i-ii), by Robert F. Barsky

Articles
L’Idée du mal et l’influence de Baudelaire sur Kunio Tsukamoto (1-10)
Shoichiro Iwakiri

The Flowers of Evil in prose (11-16)
Kazuhiko Suzuki

Tsuguo Andô et la littérature française (17-20)
Ryusuke Ebine

Oté Takuji, Baudelaire, and the Poetics of Symbolism (21-27)
Toru Hatakeyama

Perspective on Baudelaire’s Reception in Japan: From the Meiji Era to the Present (28-33)
Takashi Kitamura

Presence of Baudelaire in Today’s Japanese Manga: The Flowers of Evil (Aku no Hana, 2009-2014) by Shuzo Oshimi (34-43)
Daichi Hirota

Baudelaire et Junzaburo Nishiwaki (44-49)
Makoto Tominari

Baudelaire, un detective ? – le 1848 vu par Kiyoshi Kasai (50-57)
Yui Oshima

Commentary on Sanctuary
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Sanctuary Campuses
Toni Otokunrin
The Sanctuary Movement: Historical & Contemporary Uses
Andrea Delgado
The Church’s Role in the Sanctuary Movement
Alexis Garcia
The Current Contours of the Relationship between Sanctuary Churches and U.S. Law
Stanton Kidd

Book Reviews
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Book Review
Benoît Mauchamp

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Professor Robert Barsky, Editor
AmeriQuests
http://ejournals.library.vanderbilt.edu/ojs/index.php/ameriquests


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