Index
Agatai kashū, 94, 152n
Akashi, 72, 75
Akinari. See also Ueda Akinari origin of the name, 147n
Aki no kumo, 127, 157
Akiyama no ki, 74, 123, 149n
Akutagawa Ryūnosuke, 140
Amagasaki-chō, 44, 68, 149n
Amanohashidate, 10, 73
Ama no Kaguyama, 93
Amaterasu-Ō-Mi-Kami, 83. See also Sun goddess
"Amatsu otonie," 129, 130
Amida Buddha, 24, 29, 136
Amayo monogatari tamikotoba, 69, 149n
Anakcis, 97
Animals, moral behaviour of, 60, 61, 64
Ao no Dōmon tunnel, 134
"Aozukin," 63, 64
Arakida Suetomo, 79, 80, 86. See also Kikuya Hyōbe
Arashiyama, 89, 112, 151n
Asai Ryōi, 47
"Asaii ga yado," 32, 56, 57, 59, 139
Asama, Mt., 79, 91
Asama no kemuri, 79, 91
Ashikabi no kotoba, 108, 147n
Ashi kari yoshi, 86. See alsoKakaika
Ausaka Barrier, 30
Awap, village of, 72
Awaji-chō, 68, 149n, 151n
Awajishō-mura, 151n
Ayanuno, 94, 152n
Ayuisho, 41
Badgers, magical powers of, 49, 50, 61, 130
Baiō hokku mukashi guchi, 149n
Ban Kōkei, 106, 116, 121, 125, 154n
Bashō. See Matsuo Bashō
"Bimbō wa kanii todomarimasu urakashiya," 24
Bingo, province of, 122
Biwa, Lake, 58, 126
"Buppōsō," 42, 58, 59, 63, 132
Bupposo (species of bird), 59, 148n
Buson. See Yosa Buson
Byōdō-in Temple, 105, 106
Capital, 21, 29, 30, 31, 53, 36, 77, 96, 99, 100, 126, 131, 136. See also Kyoto
Akinari in, 1, 2, 106, 107, 111, 117, 119
Akinari moves to, 103, 104, 112, 113
Akinari visits, 69, 94, 102, 103
Ban Kōkei's home, 106
Takebe Ayatari in, 34
Takizawa Bakin visits, 122
Tani Naomi's home, 106
Ueda Saneyuki's home, 106
waka poets in, 111, 121, 132
Yosa Buson's home, 40
Yotsugi Makazu's home, 105
Censorship, 19
"Central Land of the Reed Plains," 83
Chaka suigen, 127, 157n
Chien teng hsin hua, 47
"Chi katabira," 129, 130
Chinese, Akinari's study of, 8, 12, 15, 20, 27, 48, 52
"Chinese spirit," 84, 85
Chinese vernacular literature
Akinari's influence from 47, 50, 52
characteristics, 46
Katsube Seigyo studies, 12
reception in Japan, 46, 47
Tsuga Teishō reads and adapts, 47, 48
Chion-in Temple, 104, 105, 107, 123
Copyright, 19
Crab, Akinari likened to, 7, 43
Daughter, Akinari's adopted, 115-18, 122, 124, 125. See also Mineko

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  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Preface ix
  • 1 - Akinari's Early Life 1
  • 2 - The Beginnings of a Literary Career 15
  • 3 - Kashima-Mura 37
  • 4 - Ugetsu Monogatari 45
  • 5 - The Scholar-Physician of Osaka 67
  • 6 - The Quail's Abode 89
  • 7 - Kyoto 103
  • 8 - The Final Years 115
  • Abbreviations 141
  • Notes 143
  • Bibliography 159
  • Index 169
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