The heart is alone; a selection of 20th century Japanese short stories.
|Editor:||Richard N. McKinnon|
|Publisher:||Hokuseido Press, 1957, 1979; University Microfilms International, 1979|
|Publication Place:||Tokyo; Ann Arbor, MI|
|English Publication Date:||1957|
|Notes:||Contents: Flatcar by Akutagawa Ryunosuke, Laughing at the dead by Kikuchi Kan, A soldier by Tayama Katai, Takasebune by Mori Ogai, Meat and potatoes by Kunikida Doppo, The patron saint by Shiga Naoya, Judas' explanation by Mushakoji Saneatsu, John, on hearing Judas' explanation by Mushakoji Saneatsu, Spring came on a horse-drawn cart by Yokomitsu Riichi, One night by Hirotsu Kazuo, A clod of earth by Akutagawa Ryunosuke. "Largely an outgrowth of an experimental translation workshop in Japanese literature ... conducted at the University of Washington ... [in] 1955" - p. [i].|
Japan, Social life and customs, Fiction
Short stories, Japanese, Translations into English