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Anime - From Akira to Princess Mononoke




CONTENTS
Acknowledgments

P A R T    O N E
INTRODUCTION

C H A P T E R  1
Why Anime?

C H A P T E R  2
Anime and Local/Global Identity

P A R T    T W O
BODY, METAMORPHOSIS, IDENTITY

C H A P T E R  3
Akira and Ranma 1/2: The Monstrous Adolescent

C H A P T E R  4
Controlling Bodies: The Body in Pornographic Anime

C H A P T E R  5
Ghosts and Machines: The Technological Body

C H A P T E R  6
Doll Parts: Technology and the Body in Ghost in the Shell
MAGICAL GIRLS AND FANTASY WORLDS

C H A P T E R  7
The Enchantment of Estrangement: The Shojo in the World ofMiyazaki Hayao

C H A P T E R  8
Carnival and Conservatism in Romantic Comedy

P A R T   F O U R
REMAKING MASTER NARRATIVES: ANIME CONFRONTS HISTORY

C H A P T E R  9
No More Words: Barefoot Gen, Grave of the Fireflies, and “Victim’s History”

C H A P T E R 10
Princess Mononoke: Fantasy, the Feminine, and the Myth of “Progress”

C H A P T E R 11
Waiting for the End of the World: Apocalyptic Identity

C H A P T E R 12
Elegies

C O N C L U S I O N
A Fragmented Mirror

A P P E N D I X
The Fifth Look: Western Audiences and Japanese Animation
Notes
Bibliography
Index


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