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Brill MyBook is a print-on-demand paperback copy which is sold at a favorably uniform low price. Kanoko Okamoto's short story "Kakoze" The Bygone World stands apart in treatment of male homoerotic, sadomasochistic, and incestuous forms of sexuality.
Although the story is unusual among Okamoto's works, its invocation of horobi 'ruin' links the story to the rest of her oeuvre.
This chapter explores the function of the theme of horobi as an element of
Aesthetic realism homosexuality in japan female fantasy of male homoerotic interaction, and also looks at how this tale of male homoeroticism reveals new aspects of Okamoto's typical horobi theme.
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