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“Masks”, an early 20th-century work by Fumiko Enchi, is as much a novel about women in Japan then and how, as it simultaneously references “The Tale of Genji” by Murasaki Shikubu. How it plays against the most contemporary posters in “Elegance and Extravagance”- themes of identity, obsession, manipulation, resentment- will surely result in a provocative discussion.
Facilitated by Jan Bardsley, Associate Professor of Asian Studies.
SESSION FULL; RSVPs are being accepted for wait-list only. Free to Ackland members, high school students, and UNC students who present a One Card. $5 for non-members. Reservation required, as space is limited.
DATE: November 15, 2012
LOCATION: Ackland Art Museum
TIME:  6:30-8:00pm

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