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Le Japon spectaculaire de la Belle Époque

Abstract : The modern craze for Japan just preceded, in France, the opening of the Meiji era. The analysis of the very ambivalent Japaneseism, which is developing at the time, reveals in the reception of Japan the unthinkable fundamental that it is the subject of, which gives rise to confusion, misinterpretation and even misunderstanding and xenophobic rejection. Although the theatrical scene is often misguided in the question of the authentic and the adulterated, it is undeniable that the Japanese theater plays a key role in the modernization of theatrical language at the turn of the nineteenth and twentieth century.
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Olivier Goetz. Le Japon spectaculaire de la Belle Époque. Le Portique : Revue de Philosophie et de sciences Humaines, 2019, Japon, Voyages intérieurs, 43/44, pp.241-260. ⟨10.4000/leportique.3610⟩. ⟨hal-03205847⟩



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