Table of contents for The ethics of aesthetics in Japanese cinema and literature : polygraphic desire / by Nina Cornyetz.

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Introduction		
	 
Part One: Woman as Second Nature and Other Fascist Proclivities 
		in Kawabata Yasunari					 
i. Myth-making	
ii. Fascist Aesthetics
iii. Kawabata and Fascist Aesthetics
iv. Virgins and Other Little Objects		 			 
Part Two: The Politics of Climate and Community in Woman in 	
 		the Dunes and ?The Idea of the Desert?		 
	
v. A Preface to Woman in the Dunes: Space, Geopolitics, and 
 The Idea of the Desert
 vi. Social Networks and the Subject
 vii. Technologies of Gazing 
Part Three: Naming Desire: Mishima Yukio and the Politics of 	
		?Sexuation?							 
	viii. Textualizing Flesh, or, (In)articulate Desire
	vix. Narcissism and Sadism: Mishima as Homofascist
	x. The Homosocial Fixing of Desire
Part Four: Scripting the Scopic: Disinterest in Double 	
 Suicide 						 
Works Cited

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Authors, Japanese -- 20th century -- Aesthetics.
Literature and morals.
Motion pictures -- Aesthetics.
Motion pictures -- Japan.