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[This chapter explores popular discourse which associates Watanabe’s meditative style to his Japanese heritage and demonstrates how orientalized perceptions of “Japaneseness” have dominated discussions on the poet’s figure and poetic creations. The analysis also reveals the role Watanabe himself...
[The present chapter analyzes the rhetorical, stylistic, and rhythmic characteristics prevalent in the poetic creations of Watanabe. Given that the works of this Peruvian poet are immediately seen to be “realist”, a rhetorical analysis of the specific characteristics of this type of literature...
[Drawing on Rita Felski’s “postcritical reading” (not uncritical reading) and the notion of affect articulated by Gregory J. Seigworth and Melissa Gregg, this chapter aims to articulate how Watanabe’s poetry matters to us, which contrasts largely to conventional readings that propose “digging...
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