Anthology of Japanese Literature, from the Earliest Era to the Mid-Nineteenth Century

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Anthology of JAPANESE LITERATURE
from the earliest era to the mid-nineteenth century,

compiled and edited by Donald Keene

UNESCO COLLECTION OF REPRESENTATIVE WORKS [Japanese Series]

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Anthology of Japanese Literature, from the Earliest Era to the Mid-Nineteenth Century
Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page 5
  • Preface 11
  • Contents 15
  • Introduction 19
  • Man'YŌshŪ 33
  • The Luck of the Sea and the Luck of the Mountains 54
  • KaifŪsŌ 59
  • HEIAN PERIOD 794-1185 61
  • KŪkai and His Master 63
  • The Tales of Ise 67
  • KokinshŪ 76
  • The Tosa Diary 82
  • Poetry from the Six Collections 92
  • KagerŌ Nikki 97
  • Yugao 106
  • The Pillow Book of Sei ShŌnagon 137
  • The Diary of Murasaki Shikibu 145
  • Poetry in Chinese 162
  • RyŌ Jin HishŌ 167
  • KAMAKURA PERIOD 1185-1333 177
  • The Tale of the Heike 179
  • ShinkokinshŪ 192
  • An Account of My Hut 197
  • Tales from the Uji Collection 213
  • The Captain of Naruto 224
  • MUROMACHI PERIOD 1333-1600 229
  • The Exile of Godaigo 242
  • Seami on the Art of the Nō 258
  • Plan of the Nö Stage 263
  • Sotoba Kamachi 264
  • Birds of Sorrow 271
  • Atsumori 286
  • The Damask Drum 294
  • The Bird - Catcher in Hades 301
  • Buso 305
  • Poems in Chinese by Buddhist Monks 312
  • Three Poets at Minase 314
  • The Three Priests 322
  • TOKUGAWA PERIOD - 1600-1868 333
  • To the Almanac - Maker 335
  • The Umbrella Oracle 354
  • The Eternal Storehouse of Japan 357
  • The Narrow Road of Oku 363
  • Prose Poem on the Unreal Dwelling 374
  • Conversations with Kyorai 377
  • Haiku by BashŌ and His School 384
  • Chikamatsu on the Art of the Puppet Stage 386
  • THE LOVE SUICIDES AT SONEZAKI 391
  • Hizakurige 416
  • Shino and Hamaki 423
  • Haiku of the Middle and Late Tokugawa Period 429
  • Waka of the Tokugawa Period 432
  • Poetry and Prose in Chinese 436
  • SHORT BIBLIOGRAPHY 443
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