MURAYAMA Kiyohiko

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Name
MURAYAMA Kiyohiko
Affiliation
Toyo University
Section
Faculty of Literature, Department of English and American Literature
Job title
Professor
Degree
(BLANK)(The University of Tokyo)
Research funding number
80052174

Research Interests

 
 

Research Areas

 
 

Education

 
 
 - 
1973
Department of English, Graduate School, Division of Humanities, The University of Tokyo
 

Awards & Honors

 
1988
Japan-US Friendship Commission, American Studies Book Award
 

Misc

 
(Recovering Dreiser's Criticism of Capitalism)
The American Review   26    1992
The Form of the Decade : Nonfiction
Memoirs of Institute of Humanities, Human and Social Sciences, Ritsumeikan University   53    1991
American Literature : Recent Topics -Realism and "Vietnam Literature"
World Literature   72    1991
It came to Realism-The 1930s Marxist Literary Movement and the theory of Realism
New Perspective   24(2)    1993
"Two Mothers Were Weeping and Praying" : A Formula Recycled in Theodore Dreiser's Fiction
CLA Journal   39(3) 380-93   1996

Books etc

 
Theodore Dreiser: A Primary Bibliography and Reference Guide, Online Edition. Eds. Donald Pizer, Stephen C. Brennan, & Gary Totten.
MURAYAMA Kiyohiko (Part:Contributor, Contribution about matters in Japan)
The University of Pennsylvania Dreiser Website. 2007. <http://sceti.library.upenn.edu/Dreiserbib/> 2012/10/23.   Oct 2012   
"But a Single Point in a Long Tragedy" : ┣DBSister(/)-┫DB ┣DBCarrie(/)-┫DB's Equivocal Style
Theodore Dreiser and American Culture : New Readings University of Delaware Press   2000   
Sancho Panzas at the Turn of the Century : Twain, Adams, Bercovitch
Ideology and American Texts   2000   
'Lest this order should permanently pass' : Introduction to the Interpretation of Sister Carrie
Sister Carrie Now : Readings for the New Century   1999   
Anachro-Anarco-Adventure : ┣DBAdentures of Huckleberry Finn(/)┫DB as an Adenture Novel
How We Read ┣DBHuck Finn(/)┫DB Now   1997   

Association Memberships

 
 

Research Grants & Projects

 
Study on the 1930s Literature in America
Study on Genre Formation in American Prose

Social Contribution

 
Open Lecture "War and Human Beings in American Literature"
[Lecturer, Planner]  MK004642  3 Feb 2015 - 17 Mar 2015