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Translations from early Japanese literature
Edwin O. Reischauer
|Other titles||Tsutsumi chūnagon monogatari. English. 1972., Heiji monogatari. English. 1972.|
|Statement||[by] Edwin O. Reischauer and Joseph K. Yamagiwa.|
|Series||Harvard-Yenching Institute studies,, 29|
|Contributions||Yamagiwa, Joseph K. 1906- joint ed. and tr., Abutsu-ni, ca. 1209-1283.|
|LC Classifications||PL782.E1 R43 1972|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 358 p.|
|Number of Pages||358|
|LC Control Number||72079310|
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Early Modern Japanese Literature introduces English readers to an unprecedented range of prose fiction genres, including dangibon (satiric sermons), kibyôshi (satiric and didactic picture books), sharebon (books of wit and fashion), yomihon (reading books), kokkeibon (books of humor), gôkan (bound books), and ninjôbon (books of romance and sentiment).
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A good book can overcome many barriers in its quest to find an audience, but the Pacific Ocean apparently isn’t one of them. This is the case for Japanese literature, which defies differences in language, culture, and politics to attain readership throughout Asia, but has yet to find a foothold in.
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Japanese literature - Japanese literature - Classical literature: Heian period (–): The foundation of the city of Heian-kyō (later known as Kyōto) as the capital of Japan marked the beginning of a period of great literary brilliance.
The earliest writings of the period, however, were almost all in Chinese because of the continued desire to emulate the culture of the continent. Traditional Japanese Literature features a rich array of works dating from the very beginnings of the Japanese written language through the evolution of Japan's noted aristocratic court and warrior cultures.
It contains stunning new translations of such canonical texts as The Tales of the Heike as well as works and genres previously ignored by scholars and unknown to general readers.
Japanese Literature in Translation Search List Search. 日本語で探す. Japanese Book News. This database covers Japanese literary works translated into other languages, mostly after World War II.
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Traditional Japanese Literature features a rich array of works dating from the very beginnings of the Japanese written language through the evolution of Japan's noted aristocratic court and warrior cultures.
It contains stunning new translations of such canonical texts as The Tales of the Heike as well as works and. Sugita Genpaku (–) was a Japanese scholar known for his translation of Kaitai Shinsho (New Book of Anatomy) from the Dutch-language anatomy book Ontleedkundige Tafelen.
As a full-blown translation from a Western language, it was the first of its kind in Japan. Genre/Form: Translations Translations into English: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Reischauer, Edwin O.
(Edwin Oldfather), Translations from early Japanese literature. Introducing "Japanese Children's Literature" to the English-speaking community. Every year, hundreds of outstanding children's books from abroad are translated and published in Japan.
Sadly however, the reverse does not hold true. Very few Japanese children's books. A Midsummer’s Equation, by Keigo Higashino (translated by Alexander O.
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This abridged edition of Haruo Shirane's popular anthology, Early Modern Japanese Literature, retains the essential texts that have made the original volume such a valuable resource. The book introduces English-speaking readers to prose fiction genres, including dangibon, kibyoshi (satiric picture books), sharebon (books of wit and fashion), yomihon, kokkeibon (books of humor), gokan (bound.
Japanese literature - Japanese literature - Modern literature: Even after the arrival of Commodore Matthew C. Perry’s U.S. Navy fleet in and the gradual opening of the country to the West and its influence, there was at first little noticeable effect on Japanese literature.
The long closure of the country and the general sameness of Tokugawa society for decades at a time seemed to have. Japanese literature is full of classics, but due to the complexity of the language, the Western world is—most of the time—only introduced to translations.
A classic translation is still a classic, yes, but we can all agree that there is something missing; a portion of the writer’s soul something untraceable, but heavily influential.This collection of short stories, including many new translations, is the first to span the whole of Japan's modern era from the end of the nineteenth century to the present day.
The Oxford Book of Japanese Short Stories - Theodore W. Goossen - Oxford University Press.Classical Japanese literature usually refers to literature produced during the Heian Period.
Some consider this period a golden era of art and literature. The Tale of Genji (early 11th century) by Murasaki Shikibu is considered the greatest masterpiece of fiction from this time period.