Modern Japanese Literature: An Anthology

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page 3
  • Note on Japanese Names and Pronunciation 7
  • Translators 8
  • Preface 9
  • Contents 11
  • Introduction 13
  • The Beefeater 31
  • The Western Peep Show 34
  • The Thieves 37
  • Modern Poetry in Chinese 53
  • The Essence of the Novel 55
  • The Drifting Cloud 59
  • Growing Up 70
  • Old Gen 111
  • Modern Haiku: I 122
  • Botchan 124
  • The Broken Commandment 134
  • One Soldier 142
  • The River Sumida 159
  • Modern Poetry: I 201
  • Modern Waka 207
  • The Romaji Diary - [rōmaji Nikki] by Ishikawa Takuboku (1885-1912) 211
  • The Wild Goose 232
  • A Tale of Three Who Were Blind 242
  • Sanctuary 254
  • Han's Crime 261
  • At Kinosaki 272
  • The Madman on the Roof 278
  • The Tiger - [tora, 1918] by Kume Masao (1891-1952) 288
  • Kesa and MoritŌ 300
  • Hell Creen 307
  • The Cannery Boat 333
  • Time 339
  • Earth and Soldiers 357
  • The Mole 366
  • Modern Poetry: II 375
  • Modern Haiku: II 381
  • The Firefly Hunt 383
  • The Mother Of Captain Shigemoto 387
  • Villon's Wife 398
  • T0ky0 415
  • O M I 429
  • Sh0rt Bibliography 439
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