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A history of Japanese literature

Author: Shūichi Katō
Publisher: Tokyo ; New York : Kodansha International, 1979-1983.
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Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Katō, Shūichi, 1919-2008.
History of Japanese literature.
Tokyo ; New York : Kodansha International, 1979-1983
(OCoLC)566058493
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Shūichi Katō
ISBN: 0870113070 9780870113079 4770015461 9784770015464 477001547X 9784770015471 0870114913 9780870114915 4770009739 9784770009739
OCLC Number: 6376925
Notes: Vols. 2-3 translated by Don Sanderson.
Description: 3 volumes ; 23 cm
Contents: Volume I: The first thousand years --
The age of the Manyōshū --
The first turning point --
The age of the Genji monogatari and the Konjaky monogatari --
The second turning point --
The age of Nō and Kyōgen --
Volume II: The years of isolation --
Part I: The third turning point --
Contact with the West --
The intellectuals --
Hon'ami Kōetsu and his circle --
The masses: tears and laughter --
Genroku culture --
The 'Japanization' of Confucianism --
Ogyū Sorai and his method --
Arai Hakuseki --
Glorious deaths --
Haikai: the art of Bashō --
Chōnin ideas and reality: Ihara Saikaku --
Part II: The age of wit and learning --
Education, peasant risings, the distant West --
Bunjin: the literati --
Tominaga Nakamoto and Andō Shōeki --
Shingaku: studies of the heart --
Chūshingura and the popular novel --
Hiraga Gennai and the 'Dutch scholars' --
Miura Baien and Yamagata Bantō --
Moroori Norinaga and national learning --
Ueda Akinari --
Kabuki and pictures of the 'floating world' --
The literature of laughter --
Volume III: The modern years --
Part I: The fourth turning point --
The way to the modern age --
The national polity and 'Dutch studies' --
Poetry and prose in Chinese --
The realism of everyday life --
Chōnin escapism --
The peasants: disaffection unrecorded --
Yoshida Shōin and the generation of 1830 --
Fukuzawa Yukichi and "Westernization' --
Nakae Chōmin: 'Freedom and people's rights' --
Narushima Ryūhoku and nostalgia for Edo --
Part II: The age of Meiji --
The generation of 1868 --
Kōda Rohan and Izumi Kyōka --
Suzuki Daisetsu and Yanagita Kunio --
Masaoka Shiki and Natsume Sōseki --
Mori Ōgai --
Unchimura Kanzō, Abe Isō and Christian ideals --
The 'naturalist' novelists --
Kōtoku Shūsui, Kawakami Hajime and socialism --
Arshima Takeo and Nagai Kafū --
Part III: The age of industrialization --
The generation of 1885 --
Tanizaki Jun'ichirō and other novelists --
Kinoshita Mokutarō and other poets --
The generation of 1900 --
Marxism and literature --
Akutagawa, Kawabata and Taishō fiction --
Scholars of foreign literature and poets --
Three co-ordinates --
Part IV: The postwar years --
Recovery --
In retrospect: personal experiences of war --
Japan opens to the world --
Rapid growth and the managed society.
Other Titles: Nihon bungakushi josetsu.
Responsibility: Shuichi Kato ; translated by David Chibbett ; foreword by Ronald Dore.

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