By Philip West, Steven I. Levine, Jackie Hiltz
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The main current is through the analysis of cultural artifacts or productions that in one way or another derive from or evoke the memories of war. These include, but are not limited to, novels, stories, poems, films, painting, and pho- Page 10 tography. Each of these "texts" can be read as a creative or artistic document that explores both the inner and outer experiences of war. 9 The increasing availability in the West of Asian literature in translation and of subtitled Asian feature and documentary films enables those without knowledge of Asian languages to explore the perspectives of the hitherto exoticized and demonized Asian Other.
More significantly, these feelings complicated the National Park Service's (NPS) attempt to shape a historical narrative in the small museum at the visitor center. In the late 1980s there was resistance to a plan to return to Pearl Harbor the Ha. 119, a Japanese midget submarine captured during the attack, the first American trophy of war. It was an artifact that could bring home to visitors the material reality of the attack. Some veterans' groups, under the mistaken impression that the submarine would be placed near the memorial rather than near the visitor center, complained bitterly, and the flames were fanned by journalists, ever eager to claim that the NPS was being unpatriotic in its stewardship of the memorial.
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America's wars in Asia: a cultural approach to history and memory by Philip West, Steven I. Levine, Jackie Hiltz