Japanese Literature: An Introduction for Western Readers

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SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY

General Works

Aston, W. G. A History of Japanese Literature, London, 1899.

Florenz, Karl. Geschichte der japanischen Litteratur, Leipzig, 1906.

Revon, Michel. Anthologie de la littérature japonaise, Paris, 1910.

Sansom, G. B. Japan; A Short Cultural History, London, 1931.

The Western World and Japan, London, 1950.


Poetry

Bonneau, Georges. Anthologie de la poésie japonaise, Paris, 1935.

Chamberlain, B. H. The Classical Poetry of the Japanese, London, 1880.

Henderson, H. G. The Bamboo Broom, Boston, 1934.

Manyōshū, published by Nippon Gakujutsu Shinkōkai, Tokyo, 1940.

Miyamori, Asatarō. Anthology of Haiku, Tokyo, 1932.

Masterpieces of Japanese Poetry, Tokyo, 1936.

Waley, Arthur. Japanese Poetry, Oxford, 1919.


Theatre

Bowers, Faubion. The Japanese Theatre, New York, 1952.

Iacovleff, A., and Elisséeff, S. Le théâtre japonais, Paris, 1933.

Keene, Donald. The Battles of Coxinga, London, 1951.

Peri, Noel. Cinq Nō, Paris, 1921.

Waley, Arthur. The Nō Plays of Japan, Grove Press, New York, 1953.


Novels and Other Prose

Omori, A. S., and Doi, K. Diaries of Court Ladies, Tokyo, 1935.

Porter, W. N. The Tosa Diary, London, 1912.

Sansom, G. B. "The Tsuredzure Gusa," in Transactions of the Asiatic Society of Japan, Vol. 39, Tokyo, 1911.

Waley, Arthur. The Pillow-book of Sei Shōnagon, Grove Press, New York, 1953.

The Real Tripitaka, London, 1952.

The Tale of Genji ( one-volume edition), London, 1935.

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Preface ix
  • I. Introduction 1
  • Ii. Japanese Poetry 22
  • Iii. the Japanese Theatre 47
  • Iv. the Japanese Novel 67
  • V. Japanese Literature Under Western Influence 88
  • SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY 111
  • Index 113
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