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A sheep's song : a writer's reminiscences of Japan and the world

Author: Shūichi Katō; Chia-ning Chang
Publisher: Berkeley, Calif. : University of California Press, ©1999.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : Biography : EnglishView all editions and formats
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In his autobiography, Kato Shuichi, critic, novelist, literary historian and dramatist, reconstructs his spiritual and intellectual journey from the militarist era of prewar Japan to the dynamic  Read more...

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Biography
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
Katō, Shūichi, 1919-2008.
Sheep's song.
Berkeley, Calif. : University of California Press, ©1999
(DLC) 98049027
(OCoLC)40218824
Named Person: Shūichi Katō; Shūichi Katō; Shūichi Katō
Material Type: Biography, Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Shūichi Katō; Chia-ning Chang
ISBN: 9780520923393 0520923391 0585338787 9780585338781 0520201388 9780520201385 0520219791 9780520219793
OCLC Number: 45885604
Language Note: Translation of Hitsuji no uta.
Description: 1 online resource (xxxvi, 470 pages) : illustrations
Contents: 1. Grandfather's House --
2. Fragrance of the Earth --
3. Life in Shibuya's Konno-cho --
4. Days of Illness --
5. Life on Cherry Lane --
6. Honor Student --
7. Five Blank Years --
8. The Mitake-cho House --
9. Early Signs of Rebellion --
10. The February 26 Incident --
11. The First Higher School in Komaba --
12. Self-Caricature --
13. Pastoral Song in the Highlands --
14. A Microcosm --
15. Remembrances of the Good Old Days --
16. One Fine Day --
17. The French Literature Circle --
18. The Spring of Youth --
19. Department of Internal Medicine --
20. August 15, 1945 --
21. Article of Faith --
22. Hiroshima --
23. 1946 --
24. Gardens in Kyoto --
25. The Second Beginning --
26. The Poet's House --
27. Southern France --
28. Medieval Europe --
29. Communication from Home --
30. Two Women --
31. Winter Journey --
32. Music --
33. The Other Side of the Channel --
34. Hypocrisy --
35. Farewell --
36. Japan as Seen from the Outside --
37. Enlightenment through Empirical Experience.
Other Titles: Hitsuji no uta.
Responsibility: Katō Shūichi ; translated and annotated by Chia-ning Chang.
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"Now updated and expanded, [Kato Shuichi's "A Sheep's Song] is accessible for readers of English in a fluid translation by Chia-ning Chang . . . the memoir of a world-class intellectual who has Read more...

 
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