NOGUCHI Keiko

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Name
NOGUCHI Keiko
Affiliation
Tsuda College
Section
Faculty of Liberal Arts, Department of English
Degree
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Research Areas

 
 

Published Papers

 
“Bellow’s Seize the Day: The Procrastinated Initiation into Manhood”
Keiko Noguchi
(14) 109-126   Mar 1995   [Refereed]
“The Language and Narrative of The Adventures of Augie March: A Kaleidoscopic Journey into the American Landscape”
NOGUCHI Keiko
(26) 51-80   Mar 1994   [Refereed]
1. “Deification of Bears in the Bear Hunting Stories”
NOGUCHI Keiko
(4) 100-117   Mar 1983   [Refereed]

Misc

 
Reading Slavery in "Adventures of Huckleberry Finn"
NOGUCHI Keiko
The Tsuda Review   (63) 1-20   Dec 2018
"David Walker's Appeal: The Emergence of Antislavery Literature"
Keiko Noguchi
The Tsuda Review   (61) 1-19   Nov 2016
“Herman Melville’s ‘Benito Cereno’: An American Narrative of the ‘Slumbering Volcano’”
Keiko Noguchi
(48) 19-38   Mar 2016
“Harriet E. Wison’s Our Nig: A Trial for Writing ‘My Own Story’” II
Keiko Noguchi
The Tsuda Review   (60) 1-10   Nov 2015
“Harriet E. Wison’s Our Nig: A Trial for Writing ‘My Own Story’” I
Keiko Noguchi
The Tsuda Review   (59) 1-16   Nov 2014

Research Grants & Projects

 
Study on Jewish writers
Project Year: 1983   
Study on Poe
Project Year: 1995   
Study on Female Figures in American Literature
Project Year: 1995