Monday

Japanese Literature


[Utagawa Print]

A Bibliography of my Collection:


1, 2 … = shelf numbers counting downwards
[b] = back row of a double row
i, ii = partition / section number (left to right)
• = on top of other books (left to right)
[…] = bound Xerox copy

Sections:
Prose: Classical
Prose: Modern
Poetry & Drama: Classical
Poetry & Drama: Modern
Anthologies & Secondary Literature


[Goyo: Nude]

Prose

[133 books]


Authors & Works:
  1. Kojiki (early 8th century)
  2. Nihongi (720)
  3. Kagerō Nikki (c.974)
  4. Ochikubo Monogatari (late 10th century)
  5. Sei Shōnagon (c. 966-1017)
  6. Murasaki Shikibu (c.973-c.1014/25)
  7. Sarashina Nikki (c.1058)
  8. Lady Daibu (c.1157-c.1235)
  9. Heike Monogatari (12th century)
  10. Lady Nijo (1258–c.1307)
  11. Yoshida Kenkō (c.1283–c.1350)
  12. Miyamoto Musashi (c.1584–1645)
  13. Ihara Saikaku (1642-1693)
  14. Ueda Akinari (1734-1809)
  15. Jippensha Ikku (1765–1831)
  16. Anthologies & Secondary Literature



    Kojiki (early 8th century)

  1. Chamberlain, Basil Hall, trans. The Kojiki: Records of Ancient Matters. 1882. Tokyo & Rutland, Vermont: Charles E. Tuttle, 1988.

  2. Philippi, Donald L., trans. Kojiki. Princeton & Tokyo: University of Princeton and University of Tokyo Press, 1969.


  3. Nihongi [Nihon Shoki] (720)

  4. Aston, W. G., trans. Nihongi: Chronicles of Japan from the Earliest Times to A. D. 697. Translated from the Original Chinese and Japanese by W. G. Aston. 1896. Tokyo & Rutland, Vermont: Charles E. Tuttle, 1988.


  5. Kagerō Nikki (c.974)

  6. Seidensticker, Edward, trans. The Gossamer Years (Kagerō Nikki): The Diary of a Noblewoman of Heian Japan. 1964. Tokyo & Rutland, Vermont: Charles E. Tuttle, 1981.

  7. The Gossamer Years (Kagerō Nikki): The Diary of a Noblewoman of Heian Japan. Trans. Edward Seidensticker. 1964. Tokyo & Rutland, Vermont: Charles E. Tuttle Company, 1981.


  8. Ochikubo Monogatari (late 10th century)

  9. Whitehouse, Wilfrid, & Eizo Yanagisawa, trans. Ochikubo Monogatari: The Tale of the Lady Ochikubo. A Tenth-Century Japanese Novel. 1934. London: Arena, 1985.


  10. Sei Shōnagon (c. 966-1017)

  11. Waley, Arthur, trans. The Pillow-Book of Sei Shōnagon. 1928. Unwin Books. London: George Allen & Unwin Ltd., 1960.

  12. Morris, Ivan, trans. The Pillow Book of Sei Shōnagon: Introduction & Translation. 2 vols. London: Oxford University Press, 1967.

  13. Morris, Ivan, trans. The Pillow Book of Sei Shōnagon: A Companion Volume. 2 vols. London: Oxford University Press, 1967.

  14. Morris, Ivan, trans. The Pillow Book of Sei Shōnagon. 1967. Abridged Ed. Penguin Classics. Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1971.

  15. Sei Shōnagon. The Pillow Book. Trans. Meredith McKinney. Harmondsworth: Penguin, 2006.

  16. Blensdorf, Jan. My Name is Sei Shōnagon. Chatto & Windus. London: Random House, 2003.


  17. Murasaki Shikibu [Lady Murasaki] (c.973-c.1014/25)

  18. Murasaki, Lady. The Tale of Genji: A Novel in Six Parts. Trans. Arthur Waley. 1935. London: George Allen & Unwin, 1957.

  19. Murasaki, Lady. The Tale of Genji: A Novel in Six Parts. Volume One: Part 1. The Tale of Genji; Part 2. The Sacred Tree; Part 3. A Wreath of Cloud. Trans. Arthur Waley. 1935. 2 vols. London: George Allen & Unwin, 1965.

  20. Murasaki, Lady. The Tale of Genji: A Novel in Six Parts. Volume Two: Part 4. Blue Trousers; Part 5. The Lady of the Boat; Part 6. The Bridge of Dreams. Trans. Arthur Waley. 1935. 2 vols. London: George Allen & Unwin, 1973.

  21. Murasaki, Lady. The Tale of Genji. Trans. Athur Waley. 1935. 2 vols. Rutland, Vermont & Tokyo: Charles E. Tuttle Company, Inc., 1970.

  22. Murasaki Shikibu. The Tale of Genji. Trans. Edward Seidensticker. 1976. Penguin Classics. Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1981.

  23. Murasaki Shikibu. The Tale of Genji. Trans. Edward Seidensticker. 1976. Penguin Classics. Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1981.

  24. Murasaki Shikibu. The Tale of Genji. Trans. Edward Seidensticker. 1976. 2 vols. Rutland, Vermont & Tokyo: Charles E. Tuttle Company, Inc., 1997.

  25. Murasaki Shikibu. The Tale of Genji. Trans. & abridged Edward Seidensticker. 1985. Vintage Classics. New York: Random House, Inc., 1990.

  26. Murasaki Shikibu. The Tale of Genji. Trans. Royall Tyler. 2 vols. New York: Viking, 2001.

  27. Murasaki Shikibu. The Tale of Genji. Trans. Royall Tyler. 2001. Penguin Classics. Harmondsworth: Penguin, 2003.

  28. Murasaki Shikibu. The Tale of Genji. Trans. Dennis Washburn. New York & London: W. W. Norton & Company, Inc., 2015.

  29. Bowring, Richard, trans. The Diary of Lady Murasaki. 1982. Penguin Classics. Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1996.

  30. Bowring, Richard. Murasaki Shikibu: The Tale of Genji. Landmarks of World Literature. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1988.

  31. Dalby, Liza. The Tale of Murasaki. 2000. London: Vintage, 2001.

  32. Harper, Thomas, & Haruo Shirane, ed. Reading The Tale of Genji: Sources from the First Millennium. New York: Columbia University Press, 2015.

  33. Morris, Ivan. The World of the Shining Prince: Court Life in Ancient Japan. 1964. Peregrine Books. Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1969.

  34. Seidensticker, Edward G. Genji Days. 1977. Tokyo & New York: Kodansha International, 1983.


  35. Sarashina Nikki [The Sarashina Diary] (c.1058)

  36. Morris, Ivan, trans. As I Crossed a Bridge of Dreams: Recollections of a Woman in Eleventh Century Japan. 1971. Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1975.


  37. Lady Kenreimon-in Ukyo no Daibu (c.1157-c.1235)

  38. Harries, Phillip Tudor, trans. The Poetic Memoirs of Lady Daibu. Stanford, CA: Stanford University Press, 1980.


  39. Heike Monogatari [The Tale of the Heike] (12th century)

  40. The Tale of the Heike: Heike Monogatari. Trans. Hiroshi Kitagawa & Bruce T. Tsuchida. Foreword by Edward Seidensticker. 2 vols. 1975. Tokyo: University of Tokyo Press, 1978.

  41. The Tale of the Heike: Heike Monogatari. Trans. Hiroshi Kitagawa & Bruce T. Tsuchida. Foreword by Edward Seidensticker. 1975. Tokyo: University of Tokyo Press, 1981.

  42. The Tale of the Heike. Trans. Helen Craig McCullough. 1988. Stanford, CA: Stanford University Press, 2002.

  43. The Tale of the Heike. Trans. Royall Tyler. Viking Penguin. London: Penguin, 2012.

  44. Tyler, Royall, trans. Before Heike and After: Hōgen, Heiji, Jōkyūki. 2012. Lexington, KY: An Arthur Nettleton Book, 2013.


  45. Lady Nijo [Go-Fukakusain no Nijo] (1258–c.1307)

  46. Brazell, Karen, trans. The Confessions of Lady Nijō. 1304-7, 1975. London: Zenith, 1983.


  47. Yoshida Kenkō (c.1283–c.1350)

  48. Kenko. Essays in Idleness. Trans. G. B. Sansom. Ed. Noel Pinnington. Wordsworth Classic of World Literature. Ware Hertfordshire: Wordsworth, 1998.


  49. Miyamoto Musashi (c.1584–1645)

  50. Tokitsu Kenji. Miyamoto Musashi: His Life and Writings. 2000. Trans. Sherab Chödzin Kohn. Art captions by Stephen Addiss. Boston: Shambhala, 2004.


  51. Ihara Saikaku (1642-1693)

  52. Ihara Saikaku. Five Japanese Love Stories (Koshoku gonin onna). Trans. William Theodore de Bary. London: The Folio Society, 1958.

  53. Ihara Saikaku. Five Women Who Loved Love. Trans. Wm Theodore de Bary. 1956. Tokyo & Rutland, Vermont: Tuttle Publishing, 2000.

  54. Ihara Saikaku. The Life of an Amorous Woman and Other Writings. Ed. & trans. Ivan Morris. London: Chapman & Hall, 1963.

  55. Ihara Saikaku. The Life of an Amorous Woman. Trans. Ivan Morris. 1963. Corgi Books. London: Transworld Publishers, Inc., 1964.

  56. Ihara Saikaku. The Life of an Amorous Man. Trans. Kenji Hamada. Illustrations by Masakuza Kuwata. 1963. Boston, Rutland, Vermont & Tokyo: Tuttle Publishing, 2001.


  57. Ueda Akinari [Ueda Shūsei] (1734-1809)

  58. Ueda Akinari. Ugetsu Monogatari: Tales of Moonlight and Rain. A Complete English Version of Eighteenth-Century Japanese Collection of Tales of the Supernatural. 1768. Trans. Leon Zolbrod. London: George Allen & Unwin Ltd., 1974.


  59. Sadakazu Shigeta ['Jippensha Ikku'] (1765–1831)

  60. Ikku Jippensha. Shanks’ Mare, or Hizakurige: Being a Translation of the Tokaido Volumes of Japan’s Great Comic Novel of Travel and Ribaldry. 1802-20. Trans. Thomas Satchell. 1960. Tokyo & Rutland, Vermont: Charles E. Tuttle, 1976.


  61. Anthologies & Secondary Literature

  62. Omori, Annie Shepley & Kochi Doi, trans. Diaries of Court Ladies of Old Japan: The Sarashina Diary; Diary of Murasaki Shikibu & Diary of Izumi Shikibu. Introduction by Amy Lowell. 1935. Tokyo: Kenkyushu Ltd., 1961.

  63. The Ten Foot Square Hut and Tales of the Heike: Being Two Thirteenth-Century Japanese Classics, The “Hōjōki”and Selections from the “Heike Monogatari.” Trans. A. L. Sadler. 1928. Tokyo & Rutland, Vermont: Charles E. Tuttle Company, 1972.


Authors:
  1. Abe Kōbō (1924-1993)
  2. Akutagawa Ryūnosuke (1892-1907)
  3. Dazai Osamu (1909-1948)
  4. Endō Shūsaku (1923-1996)
  5. Inoue Yasushi (1907-1991)
  6. Kawabata Yasunari (1899-1972)
  7. Komatsu Sakyō (1931- )
  8. Mishima Yukio (1925-1970)
  9. Murakami Haruki (1949- )
  10. Natsume Sōseki (1867-1916)
  11. Ōe Kenzaburō (1935- )
  12. Shōhei Ōoka (1909-1988)
  13. Tanizaki Jun'ichirō (1886-1965)
  14. Tasaki Hanama (1914- )
  15. Yamamoto Shūgorō (1903-1967)
  16. Anthologies & Secondary Literature



    Abe Kimifusa ['Abe Kōbō'] (1924-1993)

  1. Abé Kobo. The Woman in the Dunes. 1962. Trans. E. Dale Saunders. Drawings by Machi Abé. 1964. New York: Vintage, 1972.

  2. Abé Kobo. The Face of Another. 1964. Trans. E. Dale Saunders. 1966. Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1972.

  3. Abé Kobo. The Box Man. 1973. Trans. E. Dale Saunders. 1974. Tokyo: Charles E. Tuttle Company, 1975.


  4. Akutagawa Ryūnosuke (1892-1907)

  5. Akutagawa Ryunosuke. Rashomon and Other Stories. Trans. Takashi Kojima. Introduction by Howard Hibbett. 1952. Tokyo: Charles E. Tuttle Company, 1978.

  6. Akutagawa Ryunosuke. Rashōmon and Seventeen Other Stories. Trans. Jay Rubin. Introduction by Haruki Murakami. Penguin Classics. Harmondsworth: Penguin, 2006.

  7. Akutagawa Ryunosuke. Rashōmon and Seventeen Other Stories. Trans. Jay Rubin. Introduction by Haruki Murakami. Penguin Classics. Harmondsworth: Penguin, 2006.


  8. Dazai Osamu (1909-1948)

  9. Dazai Osamu. No Longer Human. 1937. Trans. Donald Keene. 1958. New York: New Directions, 1973.

  10. Dazai Osamu. The Setting Sun. 1947. Trans. Donald Keene. 1950. London: Peter Owen, 1958.


  11. Endō Shūsaku (1923-1996)

  12. Endo Shusaku. The Sea and Poison. 1958. Trans. Michael Gallagher. London: Peter Owen, 1972.

  13. Endo Shusaku. Wonderful Fool. 1959. Trans. Francis Mathy. 1974. London: Quartet Books Limited, 1979.

  14. Endo Shusaku. Foreign Studies. 1965. Trans. Mark Williams. 1989. Sceptre. London: Hodder & Stoughton Ltd., 1990.

  15. Endo Shusaku. Silence. 1967. Trans. William Johnston. 1969. London: Quartet Books Limited, 1984.

  16. Endo Shusaku. The Samurai. 1980. Trans. Van C. Gessel. 1982. Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1983.


  17. Inoue Yasushi (1907-1991)

  18. Inoue Yasushi. Lou-lan and Other Stories. Trans. James T. Araki & Edward G. Seidensticker. 1979. Tokyo: Kodansha International Ltd., 1981.

  19. Kawabata Yasunari, & Inoue Yasushi. The Izu Dancer and Other Stories. 1926. Trans. Edward G. Seidensticker & Leon Pica. 1954 & 1965. Tokyo: Charles E. Tuttle Company, 1983.


  20. Kawabata Yasunari (1899-1972)

  21. Kawabata Yasunari. Snow Country / Thousand Cranes. 1935-37 & 1949-52. Trans. Edward G. Seidensticker. 1956 & 1958. Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1971.

  22. Kawabata Yasunari. The Master of Go. 1951-54. Trans. Edward G. Seidensticker. 1972. Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1974.

  23. Kawabata Yasunari. The Sound of the Mountain. 1949-54. Trans. Edward G. Seidensticker. 1970. Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1974.

  24. Kawabata Yasunari. The Lake. 1954. Trans. Reiko Tsukimura. 1974. Tokyo: Kodansha International Ltd., 1980.

  25. Kawabata Yasunari. House of the Sleeping Beauties and Other Stories. 1961. Trans. Edward G. Seidensticker. Introduction by Yukio Mishima. London: The Quadriga Press / Tokyo: Kodansha International Ltd., 1969.

  26. Kawabata Yasunari. House of the Sleeping Beauties and Other Stories. Trans. Edward G. Seidensticker. Introduction by Mishima Yukio. 1969. Tokyo: Kodansha International Ltd., 1982.

  27. Kawabata Yasunari. Beauty and Sadness. 1964. Trans. Howard Hibbett. 1975. Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1979.

  28. Kawabata Yasunari. Japan, The Beautiful, and Myself. 1968. Trans. Edward G. Seidensticker. 1969. Tokyo: Kodansha International Ltd., 1981.

  29. Kawabata Yasunari. Palm-of-the-Hand Stories. Trans. Lane Dunlop & J. Martin Holme. 1988. Picador Classics. London: Pan Books Ltd., 1989.


  30. Komatsu Sakyō (1931- )

  31. Komatsu Sakyo. Japan Sinks. 1973. Trans. Michael Gallagher. 1976. London: New English Library, 1977.


  32. Hiraoka Kimitake [Mishima Yukio] (1925-1970)

  33. Mishima Yukio. Confessions of a Mask. 1948. Trans. Meredith Weatherby. 1958. London: Peter Owen, 1960.

  34. Mishima Yukio. Thirst for Love. 1950. Trans. Alfred H. Marks. 1969. Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1978.

  35. Mishima Yukio. Forbidden Colours. 1953. Trans. Alfred H. Marks. 1968. Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1976.

  36. Mishima Yukio. The Sound of Waves. 1954. Trans. Meredith Weatherby. Drawings by Yoshinori Kinoshita. 1956. London: Secker & Warburg, 1957.

  37. Mishima Yukio. The Temple of the Golden Pavilion. 1956. Trans. Ivan Morris. Introduction by Nancy Wilson Ross. Drawings by Fumi Komatsu. London: Secker & Warburg, 1959.

  38. Mishima Yukio. After the Banquet. 1960. Trans. Donald Keene. 1963. A Berkley Medallion Book. New York: Berkley Publishing Corporation, 1971.

  39. Mishima Yukio. The Sailor Who Fell from Grace with the Sea. 1963. Trans. John Nathan. 1965. Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1977.

  40. Mishima Yukio. Madame de Sade: A Play. 1965. Trans. Donald Keene. Photographs by Koichi Yamada. 1967. International Play Series, 1. London: Peter Owen, 1968.

  41. Mishima Yukio. Death in Midsummer and Other Stories. Trans Donald Keene, Ivan Morris, Geoffrey W. Sargent, & Edward G. Seidensticker, 1966. London: Secker & Warburg, 1967.

  42. Mishima Yukio. On Hagakure: The Samurai Ethic and Modern Japan. 1967. Trans. Kathryn Spurling. A Condor Book. London: Souvenir Press, 1977.

  43. Mishima Yukio. The Sea of Fertility: Spring Snow; Runaway Horses; The Temple of Dawn; The Decay of the Angel. 1968, 1969, 1970, 1971. Trans. Michael Gallagher, E. Dale Saunders & Cecelia Sagawa Seigle, Edward G. Seidensticker. 1972, 1973, 1974, 1975. Penguin Modern Classics. 1985. Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1986.

  44. Stokes, Henry Scott. The Life and Death of Yukio Mishima. 1975. Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1986.


  45. Murakami Haruki (1949- )

  46. Murakami Haruki. Hear the Wind Sing. 1979. Trans. Alfred Birnbaum. 1987. Trilogy of the Rat, 1. Tokyo: Kodansha International, n.d.

  47. Murakami Haruki. Pinball, 1973. 1980. Trans. Alfred Birnbaum. 1985. Trilogy of the Rat, 2. Tokyo: Kodansha International, n.d.

  48. Murakami Haruki. A Wild Sheep Chase. 1982. Trans. Alfred Birnbaum. 1989. Trilogy of the Rat, 3. Vintage Books. London: Random House, 2003.

  49. Murakami Haruki. Hard-boiled Wonderland and the End of the World. 1985. Trans. Alfred Birnbaum. 1991. Vintage Books. London: Random House, 2003.

  50. Murakami Haruki. Norwegian Wood. 1987. Trans. Jay Rubin. 2 vols. London: The Harvill Press, 2000.

  51. Murakami Haruki. Dance Dance Dance. 1988. Trans. Alfred Birnbaum. 1994. Vintage Books. London: Random House, 2003.

  52. Murakami Haruki. Dance Dance Dance. 1988. Trans. Alfred Birnbaum. 1994. Vintage Books. London: Random House, 2003.

  53. Murakami Haruki. South of the Border, West of the Sun. 1992. Trans. Philip Gabriel. 1998. Vintage Books. London: Random House, 2003.

  54. Murakami Haruki. The Elephant Vanishes. 1992. Trans. Alfred Birnbaum & Jay Rubin. 1998. Vintage Books. London: Random House, 2003.

  55. Murakami Haruki. The Wind-up Bird Chronicle. 1994-95. Trans. Jay Rubin. London: The Harvill Press, 1999.

  56. Murakami Haruki. Underground: The Tokyo Gas Attack and the Japanese Psyche. 1997-98. Trans. Alfred Birnbaum & Philip Gabriel. 2000. Vintage Books. London: Random House, 2002.

  57. Murakami Haruki. Sputnik Sweetheart. 1999. Trans. Philip Gabriel. 2001. Vintage Books. London: Random House, 2002.

  58. Murakami Haruki. after the quake. 2000. Trans. Jay Rubin. London: The Harvill Press, 2002.

  59. Murakami Haruki. Kafka on the Shore. 2002. Trans. Philip Gabriel. 2003. Vintage Books. London: Random House, 2005.

  60. Murakami Haruki. After Dark. 2004. Trans. Jay Rubin. London: Harvill Secker, 2007.

  61. Murakami Haruki. Blind Willow, Sleeping Woman. Trans. Philip Gabriel & Jay Rubin. 2005. London: Harvill Secker, 2006.

  62. Murakami Haruki. What I Talk About When I Talk About Running. Trans. Philip Gabriel. 2007. London: Harvill Secker, 2008.

  63. Murakami Haruki. The Strange Library. 2008. Trans. Ted Goossen. Harvill Secker. London: Penguin Random House Company, 2014.

  64. Murakami Haruki. 1Q84. Books 1 & 2. 2009. Trans. Jay Rubin. Book 3. 2010. Trans. Philip Gabriel. Borzoi Books. Alfred A. Knopf. New York: Random House, Inc., 2011.

  65. Murakami Haruki. Colorless Tsukuru Tazaki and His Years of Pilgrimage. 2013. Trans. Philip Gabriel. Harvill Secker. London: Random House, 2014.

  66. Murakami Haruki, ed. Birthday Stories. 2002. Trans. Jay Rubin. 2004. Vintage. London: Random House, 2006.

  67. Rubin, Jay. Haruki Murakami and the Music of Words. 2003. Vintage Books. London: Random House, 2005.


  68. Natsume Kinnosuke [Natsume Sōseki] (1867-1916)

  69. Natsume Soseki. The Three-Cornered World. 1906. Trans. Alan Tuney. 1965. An Arena Book. London: Arrow Books Ltd., 1984.

  70. Natsume Soseki. The Wayfarer [Kōjin]. 1912-13. Trans. Beongcheon Yu. Detroit: Wayne State University Press, 1967.

  71. Natsume Soseki. Kokoro. 1914. Trans. Ineko Kondo. 1941. Tokyo: Kenkyusha, 1970.


  72. Ōe Kenzaburō (1935- )

  73. Oe Kenzaburo. Nip the Buds Shoot the Kids. 1958. Trans. Paul St John Mackintosh & Maki Sugiyama. 1995. London: Picador, 1996.

  74. Oe Kenzaburo. The Silent Cry. 1967. Trans. John Bester. 1974. Tokyo: Kodansha International Ltd., 1981.

  75. Oe Kenzaburo. Somersault. 1967. Trans. Philip Gabriel. 1999. New York: Grove Press, 2003.


  76. Shōhei Ōoka (1909-1988)

  77. Ōoka Shōhei. Fires on the Plain. 1955. Trans. Ivan Morris. 1957. Corgi Books. London: Transworld Publishers Ltd., 1980.


  78. Tanizaki Jun'ichirō (1886-1965)

  79. Tanizaki Junichirō. Seven Japanese Tales. Trans. Howard Hibbett. 1963. A Berkley Medallion Book. New York: Berkley Publishing Corporation, 1970.

  80. Tanizaki Junichirō. Naomi. 1924. Trans. Anthony H. Chambers. 1986. London: Pavanne, 1987.

  81. Tanizaki Junichirō. Quicksand. 1928-30. Trans. Howard Hibbett. London: Vintage, 1994.

  82. Tanizaki Junichirō. Some Prefer Nettles. 1928. Trans. Edward G. Seidensticker. 1956. London: Secker & Warburg, 1983.

  83. Tanizaki Junichirō. Some Prefer Nettles. 1928. Trans. Edward G. Seidensticker. 1956. Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1970.

  84. Tanizaki Junichirō. Some Prefer Nettles / The Secret History of the Lord of Musashi / Arrowroot. 1928, 1935, 1932. Trans. Edward G. Seidensticker & Anthony H. Chambers, 1982. London: Picador, 1985.

  85. Tanizaki Junichirō. Ashikari and the Story of Shunkin: Modern Japanese Novels. 1932 & 1933. Trans. Roy Humpherson & Hajime Okita. 1936. Westport, Conn.: Greenwood Press, Publishers, 1970.

  86. Tanizaki Junichirō. The Reed Cutter and Captain Shigemoto's Mother: Two Novellas. 1932 & 1949. Trans. Anthony H. Chambers. 1994. Vintage International. Vintage Books. New York: Random House, Inc., 1995.

  87. Tanizaki Junichirō. The Reed Cutter and Captain Shigemoto's Mother: Two Novellas. 1932 & 1949. Trans. Anthony H. Chambers. 1994. Vintage International. Vintage Books. New York: Random House, Inc., 1995.

  88. Tanizaki Junichirō. A Cat, A Man, and Two Women: Stories. 1936, 1918, 1925-36. Trans. Paul McCarthy. 1990. Tokyo: Kodansha International Ltd., 1991

  89. Tanizaki Junichirō. The Makioka Sisters. 1948. Trans. Edward G. Seidensticker. 1957. London: Secker & Warburg, 1983.

  90. Tanizaki Junichirō. The Makioka Sisters. 1948. Trans. Edward G. Seidensticker. 1957. London: Picador, 1983.

  91. Tanizaki Junichirō. Childhood Years: A Memoir. 1955-56. Trans. Paul McCarthy. 1990. London: Flamingo, 1991.

  92. Tanizaki Junichirō. The Key. Trans. Howard Hibbett. 1961. London: Panther Modern Fiction, 1968.

  93. [Tanizaki Junichirō. Diary of a Mad Old Man. 1961. Trans. Howard Hibbett. Borzoi Books. New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1965.]

  94. Tanizaki Junichirō. Diary of a Mad Old Man. 1961. Trans. Howard Hibbett. 1965. Vintage International. New York: Random House, Inc., 1991.


  95. Tasaki Hanama (1914- )

  96. Tasaki Hanama. Long the Imperial Way. 1949. London: Victor Gollancz Ltd., 1951.


  97. Yamamoto Shūgorō (1903-1967)

  98. Yamamoto Shugoro. The Flower Mat. 1948. Trans. Mihoko Inoue & Eileen B. Hennessy. Tuttle Publishing. Tokyo: Charles E. Tuttle Publishing Company Inc., 1977


  99. Anthologies & Secondary Literature

  100. Birnbaum, Alfred, ed. Monkey Brain Sushi: New Tastes in Japanese Fiction. 1991. Tokyo: Kodansha International Ltd., 1993.

  101. Hatano Isoko & Ichirō. Mother and Son: A Japanese Correspondence. 1959. Trans. Margaret Shenfield. London: Chatto & Windus, 1962.

  102. Keene, Donald. Five Modern Japanese Novelists. New York: Columbia University Press, 2003.

  103. Morris, Ivan, ed. Modern Japanese Stories: An Anthology. Trans. Edward Seidensticker, George Saitō, Geoffrey Sargent, & Ivan Morris. Woodcuts by Masakazu Kuwata. 1962. Tokyo & Rutland, Vermont: Charles E. Tuttle Company, 1972.

  104. Rimer, J. Thomas. Modern Japanese Fiction and Its Traditions: An Introduction. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 1978.


[Crows]

Poetry & Drama

[22 books]


Authors:
  1. Matsuo Bashō (1644-1694)
  2. Chikamatsu Monzaemon] (1653–1725)
  3. Kobayashi Issa (1763–1828)
  4. Anthologies



    Matsuo Bashō (1644-1694)

  1. Bashō, Matsuo. The Narrow Road to the Deep North and Other Travel Sketches. Trans. Nobuyuki Yuasa. Penguin Classics. Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1966.

  2. Bashō, Matsuo. A Haiku Journey: Bashō’s Narrow Journey to a Far Province. Trans. Dorothy Bretton. Tokyo & New York: Kodansha International, 1981.

  3. Bashō, Matsuo. On Love and Barley: Haiku of Bashō. Trans. Lucien Stryk. Penguin Classics. Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1985.

  4. Bashō, Matsuo. Haiku. Trans. Lucien Stryk. 1985. Penguin 60s Classics. Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1995.

  5. Bashō, Matsuo. Back Roads to Far Towns: Basho's Travel Journal. Trans. Cid Corman & Kamiake Susumu. Illustrated by Hide Oshiro. Fredonia, New York: White Pine Press, 1986.

  6. Bashō, Matsuo. Narrow Road to the Interior and Other Writings. Trans. Sam Hamill. Shambhala Classics. Boston: Shambhala, 2000.

  7. Bashō, Matsuo. The Complete Haiku. Trans. Jane Reichhold. Illustrated by Shiro Tsujimura. Tokyo: Kodansha International, 2008.


  8. Sugimori Nobumori [Chikamatsu Monzaemon] (1653–1725)

  9. Keene, Donald, trans. Major Plays of Chikamatsu. The Records of Civilization: Sources and Studies, 66. New York: Columbia University Press, 1961.

  10. Keene, Donald, trans. Four Major Plays of Chikamatsu. 1961. New York: Columbia University Press, 1964.


  11. Kobayashi Nobuyuki [Issa] (1763–1828)

  12. Mackenzie, Lewis, trans. The Autumn Wind: A Selection from the Poems of Issa. The Wisdom of The East. Ed. J. L. Cranmer-Byng. London: John Murray, 1957.


  13. Anthologies

  14. Anderson, G. L. ed. The Genius of the Oriental Theatre: the Complete Texts of Ten Great Plays from the Traditional Indian and Japanese Drama. A Mentor Book. New York: The New American Library / London: The New English Library Limited, 1966.

  15. Bownas, Geoffrey & Anthony Thwaite, trans. The Penguin Book of Japanese Verse. The Penguin Poets. Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1964.

  16. Ernst, Earle. The Kabuki Theatre. 1956. An East-West Centre Book. Honolulu: The University Press of Hawaii, 1974.

  17. Henderson, Harold G., ed. An Introduction to Haiku: An Anthology of Poems and Poets from Bashō to Shiki. Doubleday Anchor Books. New York: Doubleday & Company, Inc., 1958.

  18. Hoffmann, Yoel, ed. Japanese Death Poems: Written by Zen Monks and Haiku Poets on the Verge of Death. Boston & Tokyo: Tuttle Publishing, 1986.

  19. The Manyōshū: The Nippon Gakujutsu Shinkökai Translation of One Thousand Poems. 1940. With a Foreword by Donald Keene. 1965. New York: Columbia University Press, 1969.

  20. Takeda Izumo, Miyoshi Shōraku & Namiki Senryū. Chūsingura (The Treasury of Loyal Retainers): A Puppet Play. 1748. Trans. Donald Keene. New York: Columbia University Press, 1971.

  21. Tyler, Royall, trans. Japanese Nō Dramas. 1992. Penguin Classics. Harmondsworth: Penguin, 2004.

  22. Waley, Arthur. The Nō Plays of Japan. With Letters by Oswald Sickert. 1920. Evergreen Books. New York: Grove Press, Inc., n.d.


Authors:
  1. Saitō Mokichi (1882-1953)
  2. Anthologies



    Saitō Mokichi (1882-1953)

  1. Saitō Mokichi. Red Lights: Selected Tanka Sequences from Shakkō. 1913. Trans. Seishi Sinoda & Sanford Goldstein. West Lafayette, Indian: Purdue Research Foundation, 1989.


  2. Anthologies

  3. Guest, Harry & Lynn, & Kajima Shōzō, trans. Post-War Japanese Poetry. The Penguin Poets. Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1972.

  4. Haynes, Jim, ed. Traverse Plays: A Wen & Orange Soufflé, by Saul Bellow; The Old Tune, by Robert Pinget, adapted by Samuel Beckett; La Musica, by Marguerite Duras; The Lady Aoi, by Yukio Mishima; Allergy, by Cecil Taylor; The Master of Two Servants, by George Mully; The Local Stigmatic, by Heathcote Williams. 1965, 1962, 1965, 1957, 1966. Penguin Plays. Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1966.


  1. Dalby, Liza. Kimono: Fashioning Culture. 1993. A Vintage Original. London: Random House, 2001.

  2. Greenberg, Larry & Reiko Ehara, ed. The Benshi – Japanese Silent Film Narrators. Friends of Silent Film Association / Matsuda Film Productions. Tokyo: Urban Connections, 2001.

  3. Hearn, Lafcadio. Kokoro: Hints and Echoes of Japanese Inner Life. 1896. Tokyo & Rutland, Vermont: Charles E. Tuttle Company, 1977.

  4. Hearn, Lafcadio. In Ghostly Japan. 1899. Tokyo & Rutland, Vermont: Charles E. Tuttle Company, 1972.

  5. Hearn, Lafcadio. Kwaidan: Stories and Studies of Strange Things. 1904. The Travellers’ Library. London: Jonathan Cape, 1927.

  6. Hearn, Lafcadio. Writings from Japan: An Anthology. Ed. Francis King. Penguin Travel Library. Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1984.

  7. Hibbett, Howard. The Floating World in Japanese Fiction. London: Oxford University Pres, 1959.

  8. Keene, Donald, ed. Anthology of Japanese Literature to the Mid-Nineteenth Century. 1955. Penguin Classics. Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1968.

  9. Keene, Donald, ed. Modern Japanese Literature: From 1868 to Present Day. An Anthology. 1956. An Evergreen Book. New York: Grove Press, Inc., 1960.

  10. Keene, Donald. Seeds in the Heart: Japanese Literature from the Earliest Times to the Late Sixteenth Century. A History of Japanese Literature. Volume 1 of 4. 1993. New York: Columbia University Press, 1999.

  11. Keene, Donald. World Within Walls: Japanese Literature of the Pre-Modern Ear 1600-1867. A History of Japanese Literature. Volume 2 of 4. 1976. New York: Grove Press, 1978.

  12. Keene, Donald. Dawn to the West: Japanese Literature in the Modern Era – Poetry, Drama, Criticism. A History of Japanese Literature. Volume 3 of 4. 1984. New York: Henry Holt, 1987.

  13. Keene, Donald. Dawn to the West: Japanese Literature in the Modern Era – Fiction. A History of Japanese Literature. Volume 4 of 4. 1993. New York: Henry Holt, 1999.

  14. Keene, Donald. Travelers of a Hundred Ages: The Japanese as Revealed Through 1,000 Years of Diaries. 1989. New York: Columbia University Press, 1999.

  15. Keene, Donald. Modern Japanese Diaries: The Japanese at Home and Abroad as Revealed through Their Diaries. New York: Columbia University Press, 1999.

  16. Kondo Ichitaro. Kitagawa Utamaro (1753-1806). Adaptation by Charles S. Terry. Kodansha Library of Japanese Art, 5. Tokyo & Rutland, Vermont: Charles E. Tuttle Company, 1956.

  17. Mishima Yukio & Geoffrey Bowen, ed. New Writing in Japan. Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1972.

  18. Morris, Ivan. The Nobility of Failure: Tragic Heroes in the History of Japan. London: Martin Secker & Warburg, 1975.

  19. Sadler, A. L. Shogun: The Life of Tokugawa Ieyasu. The dramatic story of the man who united feudal Japan and established the traditional Japanese way of life. 1937. Foreword by Stephen Turnbull. Tokyo / Rutland, Vermont / Singapore: Tuttle Publishing, 1978.

  20. Seidensticker, Edward. Low City, High City: Tokyo from Edo to the Earthquake. 1983. Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1985.

  21. Storry, Richard. A History of Modern Japan. 1960. A Pelican Book. Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1963.

  22. Ukiyo-E: Pictures of the Floating World. Auckland: Auckland City Art Gallery, 1984.

  23. Varley, H. Paul, with Ivan & Nobuko Morris. The Samurai. 1970. A Pelican Book. Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1974.

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