Beyond Good and Evil?: Essays on the Literature and Culture of the Asia-Pacific Region
Dennis Haskell, Megan McKinlay, Pamina Rich
University of Western Australia Press for the Westerly Centre, 2005 - 231페이지
At the beginning of the twenty-first century are we balancing on an axis of good and evil? How do the concepts of good and evil operate in the literature and culture of the Asia-Pacific? In this volume, writers and scholars from the region examine subjects ranging from the Japanese "evil" of the Second World War to the appropriation of indigenous cultures and the ethics of biographical writing. Although diverse, the essays share an interest in the conflicts between relativism and fundamentalism, and between uncertainty and sureness.
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Tilting on the Axis of Evil
Edwin Thumboo Who Moved the Literature?
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