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Yomu onna kaku onna : jokei dokusho annai / Kawasaki Kenko
読む女書く女 : 女系読書案內 / 川崎賢子
Bib ID 4270675
Format BookBook
Author
Kawasaki, Kenko
川崎賢子
 
Description Tōkyō : Hakusuisha, 2003 
東京 : 白水社, 2003 
233 p. ; 19 cm. 
ISBN 4560049858
9784560049853
Notes

These articles were previously published in the book review section of the sunday edition of Shizuoka shinbun between spring 1996 and summer 1997.

Subjects Women authors, Japanese.  |  Women poets, Japanese -- Japan.  |  Japanese literature -- Women authors.  |  Authors and readers -- Japan.  |  Women and war.  |  War in literature.  |  Transgender people in literature.  |  Best books -- Japan.  |  Nihon bungaku-Rekishi-Kindai.  |  Nihon bungaku-Sakka.
日本文学-歴史-近代 jlabsh/3  |  日本文学-作家 jlabsh/3
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Jokei dokusho annai

女系読書案內

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