Modern Japanese Stories: An Anthology

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MODERN JAPANESE STORIES

An Anthology

EDITED BY Ivan Morris

WITH TRANSLATION BY

Edward Seidensticker

George Saitō

Geoffrey Sargent

Ivan Morris

AND WOODCUTS BY

Masakazu Kuwata

CHARLES E. TUTTLE COMPANY

Rutland, Vermont - Tokyo, Japan

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page 3
  • TABLE OF CONTENTS 5
  • Acknowledgments 7
  • Introduction 9
  • UNDER RECONSTRUCTION 35
  • ORDER OF THE WHITE PAULOWNIA 45
  • HYDRANGEA 65
  • SEIBEI'S GOURDS 81
  • TATTOO 90
  • ON THE CONDUCT OF LORD TADANAO 101
  • THE CAMELLIA 138
  • BROTHER AND SISTER 144
  • THE HOUSE OF A SPANISH DOG - A STORY FOR THOSE FOND OF DREAMING 162
  • AUTUMN MOUNTAIN 173
  • THE HANDSTAND 185
  • LETTER FOUND IN A CEMENT-BARREL 204
  • MACHINE 223
  • THE MOON ON THE WATER 245
  • NIGHTINGALE 258
  • MORNING MIST 302
  • THE HATEFUL AGE 320
  • Downtown 349
  • A MAN'S LIFE 365
  • THE IDIOT 383
  • SHOTGUN 416
  • TIGER-POET 452
  • THE COURTESY CALL 464
  • THE PRIEST AND HIS LOVE 481
  • SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY 503
  • INDEX OF AUTHORS 510
  • INDEX OF TRANSLATORS SHOWING STORIES TRANSLATED 511
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