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- Familiarity of the Strange: Japan's Gothic Tradition
- "It may be argued that this essay calls for a genre appropriation in theform of colonialism, but the Japanese Gothic shares with the West itssubversion of religious and social norms, an obsession with sex anddeath, and a fear of the supernatural or unknown. These are humanqualities, not the province of one culture."
- Contains: Historical Context
- Author: Henry J. Hughes
- From: Criticism Winter 2000
Last Updated Mar 25, 2014