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Prisoners of the Japanese: Literary Imagination and the Prisoner of WarExperience

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Prisoners of the Japanese: Literary Imagination and the Prisoner of WarExperience by Roger Bourke
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Many of us have read books or watched films based on the prisoner-of-war experience under the Japanese. It's probably true to say that several postwar generations of Americans, Britons and Australians, although no doubt aware of the many memoirs and diaries of prisoners of war of the Japanese, have almost certainly constructed their understanding of that experience largely from its popular fictions. To date, studies on this topic have concentrated on the many memoirs and diaries of former prisoners of the Japanese. Prisoners of the Japanese is the first book to analyse the major fictions of the prisoner-of-war experience under the Japanese.

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Release date Australia
July 3rd, 2006
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Country of Publication
Australia
Imprint
University of Queensland Press
Pages
230
Dimensions
154x229x19
ISBN-13
9780702235641
Product ID
1741276

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