Table of contents for Sessue Hayakawa : silent cinema and transnational stardom / Daisuke Miyao.

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Contents
List of Illustrations								000
List of Abbreviations								000
Acknowledgments								000
Introduction									000
Part 1. Emperor, Buddhist, Spy, or Indian: The Pre-Star Period of Sessue Hayakawa 
(1914/15)
1. A Star Is Born: The Transnational Success of The Cheat and Its Race and Gender 
Politics									000
2. Screen Debut: O Mimi San, or The Mikado in Picturesque Japan		000
3. Christianity versus Buddhism: The Melodramatic Imagination in The Wrath of the 
Gods										000
4. Doubleness: American Images of Japanese Spies in The Typhoon	000
5. The Noble Savage and the Vanishing Race: Japanese Actors in "Indian Films"	000
Part 2. Villain, Friend, or Lover: Sessue Hayakawa's Stardom at Lasky-Paramount
(1916/18)
6. The Making of an Americanized Japanese Gentleman: The Honorable Friend
and Hashimura Togo								000
7. More Americanized than the Mexican: The Melodrama of Self-Sacrifice and the 
Genteel Tradition in Forbidden Paths					000
8. Sympathetic Villains and Victim-Heroes: The Soul of Kura San and The Call of the 
East										000
9. Self-Sacrifice in the First World War: The Secret Game			000
10. The Cosmopolitan Way of Life: The Americanization of Sessue Hayakawa in 
Magazines									000
Part 3. "Triple Consciousness": Sessue Hayakawa's Stardom at Haworth Pictures 
Corporation (1918/22)
11. Balancing Japaneseness and Americanization: Authenticity and Patriotism in His 
Birthright and Banzai								000
12. Return of the Americanized Orientals: Robertson-Cole's Expansion and
Standardization of Sessue Hayakawa's Star Vehicles			000
13. The Mask: Sessue Hayakawa's Redefinition of Silent Film Acting	000
14. The Star Falls: Postwar Nativism and the Decline of Sessue Hayakawa's Stardom	
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Part 4. Stardom and Japanese Modernity: Sessue Hayakawa in Japan
15. Americanization and Nationalism: The Japanese Reception of Sessue Hayakawa	
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Epilogue									000
Notes										000
Filmography									000
Bibliography									000

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Hayakawa, Sesshêau, 1889-1973.