On Women’s Nightmares in Japanese Female Writings: The Forgotten Rebellion.

Dinh, Phuong N.

Tisch Library Undergraduate Research Award Winner, 2014. Nightmares, particularly those of the woman, form a consistently recurring theme and motif in Japanese female writings in the 11th century and from the 19th century onwards. However, the literary women’s nightmares expand beyond a momentary neurological phenomenon: they generally refer to situations of intense sufferings that a woman wishes ... read more

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