The Empire of Signs: Semiotic Essays on Japanese Culture

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Yoshihiko Ikegami
John Benjamins Publishing, 1991 - 333 pagine
Like Roland Barthes' well-known book, "L Empire des signes," from which the title of the present collection is taken, this volume contains essays dealing with certain aspects of Japanese culture.""
 

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Semiotics and Culture
1
The Notion of the Sign in Japanese Tradition
25
Creative Interpretation of the Text and the Japanese Mentality
33
Characters that Represent Reflect and Translate Culture in the Context of the Revolution in Modern Art
57
A Typological Approach
85
A Systemic Analysis of the Traditional Towntextures in Japan
101
Intertextuality in Japanese Traditional Music
139
The Forbidden Chamber Motif in a Japanese Fairy Tale
157
Cosmological Dimensionof the Japanese Theater
219
Literary Semiotics of Suburban Houses
241
Beckett Yeats and Noh
257
A Semiotic Approach to the Role of Paritta in the Buddhist Ritual
269
Two Contrasting Types of Linguistic Representation
285
Index
327
The series Foundations of Semiotics
334
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Aspects of Japanese Nonverbal Behavior in Relation to Traditional Culture
181

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