- Title Pages
- Introduction: The Aesthetics of Japanese Fascism
1. Modernist Beginnings: Akutagawa Ryūnosuke and Kobayashi Hideo
2. The Beauty of Violence: Yasuda Yojūrō’s “Japanese Bridges”
3. Objects of the Sublime in Literary Writing: Yasuda Yojūrō, Yanagi Sōetsu, Kawabata Yasunari, and Shiga Naoya
4. The Rhetoric of Unspoken Fascism: The Essence of the National Polity
5. Sentimental Fascism on Screen: Mother under the Eyelids
6. An Aesthetics of Devotion: Kobayashi Hideo’s Cultural Criticism
7. Filaments of Fascism in Postwar Times
- Coda: Reading Fascist Aesthetics
- Studies of the Weatherhead East Asian Institute
- The Aesthetics of Japanese Fascism
- University of California Press
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