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Border Crossings: The Journal of Japanese-Language Literature Studies 2021;13(1): 178-180.
doi: https://doi.org/10.22628/bcjjl.2021.13.1.178
An Analysis of the Post-war Conditions of Okinawa and the Effects of the Cold War on the Island
Hyoungduck KWAK
Assistant Professor of Dept. of Japanese Language and Literature Myongji University
オキナワをめぐる戦後と冷戦を問う ―― 孫知延著戦後オキナワ文学を思惟する方法―ジェンダ、エスニック、 そしてナショナルアイデンティティ(召命出版, 2020年)
郭炯徳
明知大学校日語日文学科。助教授。戦時期の日本文学からはじめ、現在は戦後日本のマイノリティーに注目する研究を進めている。
Correspondence  Hyoungduck KWAK ,Email: kwak202@gmail.com
Published online: 30 December 2021.
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ABSTRACT
Son Jiyon’s “Contemplating Post-War Okinawan Literature:Gender, Ethnicity, and National Identity” criticizes the East Asian framework for understanding, and delves deeply into the intersection of postwar conditions and the Cold War in relation to Okinawa, through an analysis of various texts. As the author suggests, the situation of Okinawa is a microcosm of wider problems that are prevalent in the consciousness of East Asia as a whole, and which therefore can be understood at a fundamental level by Koreans, because they overlap with the contradictions thrown up by war and division in South Korea.
Keywords: Okinawan Literature, Oshiro Tatsuhiro, East Asian Writers

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