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Confusion Era: Art and Culture of Japan During the Allied Occupation, 1945-1952
Mark Sandler (ed)
The Allied Occupation, following the end of World War II, entailed profound American involvement in virtually every aspect of life in Japan and forever changed the dynamic between the countries. Many studies addressing politics, economic and constitutional development, and education reform have been published but little has been written about the arts during the formative era. This book brings together an eminent, lively group of authors for critical exploration of the achievements and experiments of this crucial period. They reveal how the politics of the era touched visual arts, theater, and film and how, in the aftermath of the conflict, Japanese painters, filmmakers, and writers produced works of surpassing poignance, sadness, and beauty. Color illus.
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