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Overcome by Modernity
History, Culture, and Community in Interwar Japan
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"Harootunian is one of the leading intellectual historians of Japan... This is clearly an extremely erudite work ... by an author deeply familiar with his topic."--David G. Egler, History "A truly significant book, perhaps even more important than Harootunian's earlier publications... Overcome by Modernity is without a doubt a significant and courageous book."--Sepp Linhart, Monumenta Nipponica "[A] powerful study... Harootunian rejects the idea that fascism has had its epoch and is now only a historical problem."--Andrew Barshay, Journal of Japanese Studies "A terrifically insightful and poignant evocation of Japan's tortured attempt to come to grips with the modern world."--Jeffrey E. Hanes, American Historical Review
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Harry Harootunian is Chair of the East Asian Studies Department and Professor of History at New York University. He is the author of many books, including History's Disquiet: Modernity, Cultural Practice, and the Questions of Everyday Life, and with B. Silberman, Japan in Crisis (Princeton).
Preface ix Acknowledgments xxxiii Chapter 1 The Fantasy of Modern Life 3 Chapter 2 Overcoming Modernity 34 Chapter 3 Perceiving the Present 95 Chapter 4 The Persistence of Cultural Memory 202 Chapter 5 The Communal Body 293 Chapter 6 History's Actuality 358 Abbreviations 415 Notes 417 Index 433