An Outline History of the Japanese Drama

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AN OUTLINE HISTORY OF THE JAPANESE DRAMA

BY Frank Alanson Lombard

Formerly Professor of English Literature, Doshisha University; lecturer in English Literature, Imperial University, Kyoto, Japan; sometime Lecturer in English Literature, Peking University, Peking, China

WITH AN INTRODUCTION BY George Pierce Baker Director of the University Theatre; Professor of the History and the Technique of the Drama, Yale University

LONDON

GEORGE ALLEN & UNWIN LTD

MUSEUM STREET

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page 5
  • Foreword 7
  • Contents 9
  • List of Illustrations 11
  • Introduction 13
  • Chapter I - Origins and Early Forms 17
  • Chapter II - Kagura 35
  • Chapter III - Matsuri and Street Plays 62
  • Chapter IV - Dengaku and Other Antecedents of Noh 70
  • Chapter V - Sarugaku and Noh 87
  • Chapter VI - Shugen, Yurei and Seirei Noh 103
  • Chapter VII - Genzai Mono Noh 135
  • Chapter VIII - Kyogen 161
  • Chapter IX - Joruri and Ayatsuri 181
  • Chapter X - The Soga Revenge 191
  • Act I 192
  • Scene I. Residence of the Shogun at Kamakura. 192
  • Scene Iii. the Palace of the Shogun in Kamakura. 198
  • Act II 213
  • Act III 230
  • Act IV 254
  • Act V 277
  • Chapter XI - Kabuki 287
  • Chapter XII - Shinju Kamiya-Jihei The Death-Love of Kamiya-Jihei 297
  • Act I 299
  • Scene I. Before the House of Jihei, the Paper-Merchant. 299
  • Act II 325
  • Authorities 353
  • Index 355
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