Ihara Saikaku

Ihara Saikaku: Selected full-text books and articles

Five Women Who Loved Love By Ihara Saikaku; William Theodore De Bary Tuttle Publishing, 1958
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This Scheming World By Saikaku Ihara; Masanori Takatsuka; David C. Stubbs C.E. Tuttle Co., 1965
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The Life of an Amorous Woman: And Other Writings By Saikaku Ihara; Ivan I. Morris New Directions, 1963
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Anthology of Japanese Literature, from the Earliest Era to the Mid-Nineteenth Century By Donald Keene Grove Press, 1955
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The Floating World in Japanese Fiction By Howard Hibbett Oxford University Press, 1959
Librarian's tip: III "Saikaku"
Cyclopedia of World Authors By Dayton Kohler; Frank N. Magill Harper & Row, 1958
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