Visions of Japanese Modernity : Articulations of Cinema, Nation, and Spectatorship, 1895-1925.
"Visions of Japanese Modernity is the single best account of the formation of Japanese cinema. Deftly drawing on film discourses, regulations, and exhibition practices, it brilliantly brings into focus one of the most exuberant and contested moments in the history of cinema. It not only sets ne...
University of California Press,
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