China Nights and Manchurian Dreams: Pan-Asianism in the Shiki Theater Company's Showa Trilogy
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Bachelor of Arts
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Asian Languages and Literatures
Tomonari, Noboru; Heitzman, Kendall
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musical theater, world war ii, japan, shiki theater company, gekidanshiki, showa trilogy, showa no rekishi sanbusaku, ri koran, pan-asianism, national identity, wartime propaganda
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