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by HIROSHI KITAGAWA,BRUCE T TSUCHIDA
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Large format in printed card covers. Items related to The Tale of the Heike. Vol I. Books 1 - 6. pp. xli, 391. Vol. II. Books 7 - 12 and Epilogue. Home MONOGATARI, Heike. Hiroshi Kitagawa and Bruce T. Tsuchida. The Tale of the Heike. Tsuchida translate). Published by Tokyo: University of Tokyo Press, 1977.
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2) From Hiroshi Kitagawa and Bruce T. Tsuchida, trans. The first excerpt is of the opening lines to The Tale of the Heike. How do you interpret the meaning of the passage?
2) From Hiroshi Kitagawa and Bruce T. The Tale of the Heike (Tokyo: University of Tokyo Press, 1975), 270-271. 3) From Donald Keene, Anthology of Japanese Literature from the Earliest Era to the Mid-Nineteenth Century (New York: Grove Press, 1955), 179-181. 4) From Hiroshi Kitagawa and Bruce T. The Tale of the Heike, 271. Discussion Questions. How do you interpret the meaning of the passage? What values are esteemed by the warrior class?
The Tale of the Heike, translated by Hiroshi Kitagawa and Bruce Tsuchida, University of Tokyo Press, Tokyo, 1975. Another fine translation, with valuable background material. Published in two volumes.
The Tale of the Heike, translated by Hiroshi Kitagawa and Bruce Tsuchida, University of Tokyo Press, Tokyo, 1975. The Story of Mimi-nashi-Hoichi ( The Story of Hoichi the Earless ), in Kwaidan ( Ghost Story ), by Lafcadio Hearn, Houghton Mifflin, Boston, 1904. Hearn’s retelling from an unknown source is our own primary source of knowledge of this tale
Category: Literature & Fiction
Publisher: University of Tokyo Press (June 1, 1975)
Pages: 807 pages