Walking Along With Nature: A Psychological Interpretation of <i>My Neighbor Totoro</i>
AbstractRieko Okuhara uses the famous film My Neighbor Totoro to provide a snapshot of contemporary Japanese society while also delving into the film's increasingly global popularity. I'm sure readers will find this article thought-provoking, especially when considering other Miyazaki films or current Japanese children's literature in all its forms.
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