"Examines the relationship between local and national orders of space, language, daily practice, etc. in literature, cinema, and other popular culture of the city of Osaka produced during the transwar era, from the 1920s through the 1950s"--
Introduction : Osaka as an idea -- Mastering the local : narration in Tanizaki Jun'ichirō's Manji -- A local practice of play : Oda Sakunosuke's Meoto zenzai -- City, empire, and flow : Osaka and the Philippines in Oda Sakunosuke's Waga machi -- Diseased dream : nostalgia and futurity in Tanizaki Jun'ichirō's Sasameyuki -- The afterlife of the local voice : Yamasaki Toyoko and film adaptation -- Conclusion : national drag
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