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Transvestism and the Onnagata traditions in Shakespeare and kabuki / edited by Minoru Fujita and Michael Shapiro
Bib ID 3794569
Format BookBook
Description Folkestone, Kent : Global Oriental, c2006 
xiv, 213 p., [12] p. of plates : ill. (some col.), facsims. ; 23 cm. 
ISBN 9781901903317
1901903311
Notes

"The essays included in this volume more or less represent the discussions and arguments that featured in the three-day international conference on Shakespeare and kabuki, with the theme of 'Traditions of Cross-dressing and Cross-gender Casting', held in Nishinomiya City, near Kobe, from 8 to 10 August 1995" -- p. viii.

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Subjects Theatre -- Japan.  |  Kabuki -- Japan.  |  Transvestism in art.  |  Transvestism -- Japan.  |  Femininity -- Japan.
Other authors/contributors Fujita, Minoru, 1933-  |  Shapiro, Michael, 1952-

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