Japanese history : a guide to survey histories = Nihon shi bunken kaidai
Fukuda, Naomi.


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Page  III JAPANESE HISTORY: A GUIDE TO SURVEY HISTORIES Part II Literature Edited by Naomi Fukuda Ann Arbor Center for Japanese Studies, University of Michigan 1986

Page  IV Copyright ~ 1986 Center for Japanese Studies 108 Lane Hall The University of Michigan Ann Arbor, MI 48109 Library of Congress Cataloging in Publication Data (Revised for part 2) Fukuda, Naomi Japanese history. In English. Vol. 1 has parallel title in Japanese. Includes indexes. Contents: pt. 1. By period-pt. 2. Literature. 1. Japan-Bibliography. I. Nihon shi bunken kaidai. II. Title. Z3306,F83 1984 [DS806] 016.952 ISBN 0-939512-19-X (v. 1) ISBN 0-939512-25-4 (v. 2) ISBN 0-939512-26-2 (pbk.: v. 2) 84-1807 Typeset by Typographic Insight, Ltd. and Kyodo Obun Center, Tokyo Printed in the United States of America

Page  V Contents Foreword for survey histories xi Foreword for literature xiii Preface xv Acknowledgement xvii Introduction xix Explanatory Notes xxi A GENERAL HISTORY GENERAL, A 1-14 1 Thought, A 15-24 Multiple Sets, A25-31 Lecture Series, A32-34 Collected Works, A35-42 Festschrifts, A43-60 Collections of Texts, A61-67 POETRY 16 Waka, A68-76 Kanshi, (poetry in Chinese) A77 Kayo, (songs and ballads) A78-82 Haiku, A83 PROSE LITERATURE 17 Setsuwa (tales), A84-85 Nikki (diaries), A86 Kanbungaku, A87-89 PERFORMING ARTS, A90-105 18 Music, A106-107 Narrative Arts, A 108-110 ORAL LITERATURE, A 111-118 20 LANGUAGE, Al 19-138 21 LIFE AND CULTURE, A139-149 23 v

Page  VI B ANCIENT PERIOD GENERAL, B1-18 26 By Period, B 19-21 Collected Works, B22-26 Festschrifts, B27-32 MYTHOLOGY, B33-44 29 CEREMONIES, FESTIVALS, B45-50 30 RECORDS 30 Kojiki, B51-58 Nihon Shoki, B59-63 Fudoki, B64-65 POETRY 32 Kay6, B66-73 Man'yoshu, B74-90 LANGUAGE, B91-93 34 PERFORMING ARTS, B94-97 34 LIFE AND CULTURE, B98-102 34 C HEIAN OR CHUKO PERIOD GENERAL, Cl-23 36 WOMEN WRITERS, C24-32 38 LANGUAGE, C33-36 39 CLASSICAL LITERATURE IN CHINESE 39 Kanbungaku, C37-39 Kanshi, C40-42 POETRY 40 Waka, C43-50 poetics, C51-52 poetry circle, C53-56 poets, C57-58 utaawase, C59-60 Imperial Anthologies, C61 Kokin wakashu, C62-69 Kin'y6shui, C70 Gosen wakashui, C71-75 Shikashi, C76-77 vi

Page  VII PROSE LITERATURE 42 Monogatari, C78-97 Genji monogatari, C98-115 other monogatari, C 116-124 Historical Fiction, C 125-131 Setsuwa, C132-138 Nikki, C139-147 Essays (zuihitsu), C 148-149 LIFE AND CULTURE, C150-153 48 Pictorial Sources, C 154-161 Education, C 162-163 D MEDIEVAL PERIOD GENERAL, D1-24 50 By Period, D25-27 Thought, D28-40 LANGUAGE, D41-46 53 POETRY 54 Waka, D47-57 Poetics, D58-63 Renga, D64-70 Kay6, D71-80 PROSE LITERATURE 57 Military Tales, D81-84 Heike monogatari, D85-90 Taiheiki, Hogen, Heiji (monogatari), D91-92 Setsuwa, D93-103 Fiction, D 104-113 Essays (zuihitsu) Tsurezuregusa, D 114-118 Travel Accounts, D 119 RELIGION AND LITERATURE, D120-124 60 Jishu, D 125-127 Gozan Bungaku, D 128-131 PERFORMING ARTS, D 132-136 61 vii

Page  VIII N6, Kyogen, D137-149 Katarimono, D 150-151 LIFE AND CULTURE, D152-158 63 E EDO OR EARLY MODERN PERIOD GENERAL, E 1 - 13 64 By Period, E14-20 Collected Works, E21-28 Festschrifts, E29-36 THOUGHT 67 Confucian Studies, E37-43 Kokugaku, E44-49 LANGUAGE, E50-53 68 PROSE LITERATURE 69 Fiction, E54-70 Individual authors: Saikaku, E71-80 Ueda Akinari, E81-84 others, E85-86 Travel Accounts, E87-88 POETRY 71 Haikai, E89-103 Matsuo Basho, E 104-107 Waka, E108-111 Kanshi, El 12-115 PERFORMING ARTS AND DRAMA, E 116-119 73 Kabuki, E 120-132 Joruri, E133-141 Chikamatsu Monzaemon, E 142-146 Katarimono, E 147-153 LIFE AND CULTURE, E154-163 76 Education, E 164-167 Publishing, E 168-180 F MODERN AND CONTEMPORARY PERIOD GENERAL, F1-35 80 viii

Page  IX Thought, F36-48 proletarian literature, F49-54 Authors and Their Works, F55-79 women writers, F80-83 Multiple Sets, F84-96 Lecture Series, F97-100 COMPARATIVE LITERATURE, F 10-1 17 96 LANGUAGE, F118-123 99 NOVELS, F125-134 99 Popular Literature, F135-140 POETRY 101 Modem Poetry (shi), F141-154 lecture series, F155-156 Tanka, F157-167 Haiku, F168-173 PERFORMING ARTS, F174-190 105 LIFE AND CULTURE, F191-204 106 BY PERIOD 107 MEIJI ERA, 1868-1912 107 General, F205-225 Thought, F226-239 Authors, F240-242 Language, F243-244 Poetry, F245-248 Performing Arts, F249-250 TAISHO ERA, 1912-26 113 General, F251-259 Thought, F260-263 Authors, F264-265 Poetry, F266-268 SHOWA ERA, 1926- 115 General, F269-287 multiple sets, F288-291 Thought tenko, F292-295 buraiha, F296-297 Authors, F298-304 ix

Page  X Novels, F305 Poetry tanka, F306-308 haiku, F309-310 shi, F311-313 Wartime Literature, F314-323 Postwar period, F324-345 AUTHOR/TITLE INDEX x


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Page  XI FOREWORD When in the spring of 1984 Miss Fukuda completed the manuscript of her Japanese History: A Guide to Survey Histories, she promised an additional volume covering the field of literature and the arts. True to her word, she has now compiled her second volume, and this in less than a year and a half. Miss Fukuda's first volume was conceived as an updating of the volume on Japanese history in the University of Michigan Bibliographical Series published in 1954. So greatly had the field of history grown in the thirty years that had elapsed since the earlier work that Miss Fukuda was obliged to limit her coverage to the field of survey histories alone. And even with that limitation, she found it necessary to leave to a second volume works on Japanese literature and the arts. Those who are familiar with the 1954 Guide will realize that Miss Fukuda has done much much more than simply update the sections on literary history in that work. She has, in fact, provided a new and full coverage of the area of Japanese literary and cultural studies in a way never before attempted. Dr. Rimer has written an appreciation of this remarkable effort from the point of view of the student of Japanese literature. It remains for me to acknowledge the importance of what Miss Fukuda has done for the general cultural historian. Here for the first time we find the work of Japanese scholars of literature, language, performing arts, life and culture, laid out systematically for the use of the analytical scholar. Admittedly the 1954 Guide had been heavily weighted towards political, social and economic history. With this volume, that bias has been remedied. This certainly is a major contribution for which all historians of Japan should be grateful. John Whitney Hall Yale University September, 1985 xi

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Foreword for literature

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Page  XIII FOREWORD Research in the area of Japanese literary studies began modestly in this country during the early postwar years, yet has by now reached a level of sophistication that would have been difficult to imagine even a decade or so ago. One of the reasons for such an important advance in this area lies in the fact that there is now available in this country's libraries an ever greater quantity of useful and meticulous research materials, written in Japanese, which can guide and stimulate readers and scholars and scholars to broaden the base of their own enthusiasm and concerns. The first consistent attempt to document this body of scholarship in bibliographic form was the pioneering effort of Joseph K. Yamagiwa, Japanese Literature of the Showa Period, published by the University of Michigan Press in 1959. This volume, of course, only touched on the later modern period, although in a very useful fashion. Despite other occasional efforts since that time to deal with works in the Japanese language on the history of Japanese literature, however, no volume on a scale sufficient to ent to encompass in an organized form the whole field of historical literary studies has been undertaken until the appearance of theis authoritative volume by Naomi Fukuda, which now provides a guide to materials on the whole history of Japanese literature, and, implicitly as well, a sketch of the history of the development of modern Japanese scholarship. Readers at any level of expertise in the Japanese language will find much to learn from this bibliography. To give one example, Miss Fukuda has chosen to introduce her readers to the ways in which the field of Japanese literary history has been conceptualized by scholars in that country. She has wisely retained Japanese categories of chronology and genre, so that the user will quickly become familiar with the mechanisms of literary scholarship as practiced in Japan. Miss Fukuda also supplies annotations where needed on the wide range of volumes she has chosen to include; although these are descriptive, rather than analytical, they serve their purpose well, as they identify for readers those monographs and other materials that have been viewed as valuable in the Japanese academic field. Indeed, there are few scholars in either this country or Japan who could attempt to provide an informed critical judgment on the vast array of items included. Miss Fukuda has travelled to visit a number of important collections in North America in order to compile her bibliography. Since no single library possesses all the items included, the bibliography can be used as a comprehensive checklist to identify items which can be then sought to augment a given collection. Students, readers, and researchers in the field of Japanese literature will find themselves both grateful and excited by the opportunities that a book like this can provide. A look through its pages suggests new connections, new topics of interest. Many scholars who work in communities with smaller or more restricted collections in the Japanese language can now have access, and for the first time, to a conscientious and large-scale compilation of our national resources in this field. Because of the descriptive annotations and the indexes provided, researchers will now be able to locate materials that up until now have escaped certain bibliographic control, particularly as multi-volume sets are broken down to indicate the contents of each section, and books with evocative but ambiguous titles now have their contents plainly delineated. xiii

Page  XIV This project of compilation has been an arduous one that has occupied the indefatigable Miss Fukuda for several years. I can only hope that the gratitude that all of us in the field of Japanese literary studies will feel for her efforts can help compensate her for her knowledge, time, energy, and enthusiasm. J. Thomas Rimer Library of Congress October, 1985 xiv


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Page  XV PREFACE It is now two years since we published volume 1 of Japanese History: A Guide to Survey Histories. It was well received by scholars and has become a standard reference guide in the field. We are pleased to complete this work by bringing forth the second volume, which casts a wider net over Japanese history. Several institutions generously provided the financial support that made the project possible. We are grateful to the U.S.-Japan Foundation, particularly Richard Petree and Ronald Aqua; and to the Japan-U.S. Friendship Commission, particularly its former director, Richard Ericson. The Japan Foundation helped defray publication costs. Travel funds were received from the Northeast Asia Council of the Association for Asian Studies, and the Council on International Educational Exchange. We thank all these organizations, and those who helped us raise funds, including Professor John W. Hall and Shigeharu Matsumoto, Chairman of International House of Japan. The faculty and staff of the Center for Japanese Studies would like to take this opportunity to express our regards and appreciation for Naomi Fukuda's many years of dedicated and skillful work as librarian and then as our research associate. The entire field has benefitted, but we have the pleasure of watching her operate. John Creighton Campbell Center for Japanese Studies October, 1985 xv

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Page  XVII ACKNOWLEDGEMENT I wish to record my heartfelt gratitude to Professor John W. Hall. It was his continuing interest in the bibliography that gave me the courage to see it through. J. Thomas Rimer of the Library of Congress and Robert H. Brower of the University of Michigan gave valuable suggestions on selecting books and translating titles. My thanks also to the following scholars: Donald Keene, Robert E. Morrell, and Warren Tsuneishi; and to many librarians: Hisao Matsumoto and his staff at the Library of Congress, Hideo Kaneko, Ryoko Toyama, Eiji Yutani, Masaei Saito and the staff at the University of Michigan's Asia Library. I am indebted to the Japanese scholars who contributed to this bibliography: Professor Shin'ichi Watanabe on education and Professor Toshio Iwasaru on book selection. Yuri Chiyo of the National Diet Library, Ikuko Horiuchi of the Keio University Library, and Mrs. Takagi of the Tokyo University Library verified the bibliographic particulars of each book and provided capsule descriptions. Special mention is due to Masaei Saito, curator of the Japanese collection at the University of Michigan's Asia Library. His professional expertise was an irreplaceable asset in the compilation of this work. I am grateful to him also for his contribution of titles and annotations on book publishing. University of Michigan graduate students who worked on this bibliography include Robert Rann, who edited the English annotations, Sharalyn Orbaugh who helped in general, and Rebecca Hubbert and Sachiko Nagai who helped in Heian period. Gregory Benadom read the entire manuscript and offered much appreciated advice on editorial matters. Rebecca Hubbert and Elizabeth Murray typed the manuscript into the computer. Finally, many thanks to Dr. John Campbell, Director of the Center for Japanese Studies at the University of Michigan, to Elsie Orb, Administrative Associate of the Center, and to Bruce Willoughby, Associate Editor, for bearing with me and the problems that arose in the course of completing this project. Naomi Fukuda October, 1985 xvii



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Page  XIX INTRODUCTION In the two years since the publication of Part I of this series, there has been a sizeable increase in the number of Japanese books held by libraries in the United States. The average increase in the larger university collections now stands at some 4,000 volumes per year. The introduction in 1983 of the CJK (Chinese, Japanese, Korean language) computer has made these books more accessible. When this computer reaches full operation it will lead to a national network of information on cataloging and locating books. The CJK computer and the accessibility it affords does not eliminate the need for a select bibliography, however. Hence Part II- a bibliography of survey histories of Japanese literature, prepared as a guide and teaching aid for the student and the interested layman. It lists specific titles, gives a brief summary of their contents, and indicates trends in research followed by Japanese scholars over the past several decades. There is a difference in the listing of pre-Meiji and post-Meiji materials. The pre-Meiji materials include specific titles of books and works on individual authors, grouped under the title heading or the author's name, e.g., Genji monogatari of the Heian period, or Chikamatsu Monzaemon of the early modem period. The post-Meiji materials are grouped under survey history topics, which include authors and their works. Selection of titles: Reference works used in the selection of titles are as follows: Kokubungaku kenkyui shomoku kaidai, by Ichiko Teiji. Tokyo Daigaku Shuppankai, 1982. 739p. Kokubungaku nenkan, ed. by Kokubungaku Kenkyu Shiry6kan, 1977 -Kodansha Encyclopedia of Japan. Kodansha, 1983. 9v. and other survey histories. xix

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Explanatory Notes

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Page  XXI EXPLANATORY NOTES Scope: This bibliography lists books published between 1955 and 1982. Arrangement: Entries are by historical period with subject subdivisions, and are listed in order of publication date. Entries: Each entry is preceded by characters for author and title, followed by a romanized reading. No English translations of the titles are given in the entry headings. When a work is by one author, his or her name is the main entry word; all other works are listed by title. When a volume is part of a publisher's series, the name of the series is given in parenthesis at the end of the entry citation. In listing the contents of a multiple set of works or a collection of essays, the names of authors or editors are given for scholarly works, while only the English translations of titles are given for other works. Place of publication: All works are published in Tokyo unless otherwise indicated. Pagination: Total pagination is given. Names of persons: Family name precedes given name. Annotations: Titles and contents are described as concisely as possible. Index: Authors and titles are indexed in alphabetical order with entry numbers. Japanese terms: Those listed in Webster's seventh new collegiate dictionary, 1972, are used as they are. Common terms not in Webster's appear with brief explanations wherever necessary. References used for the English translation of Japanese terms: For pre-modern terms, various English works on Japanese literature, Kodansha encyclopedia, Kenkyusha's JapaneseEnglish dictionary, and Japanese literature, character and culture, by Robert E. Morrell. A comprehensive work on Japanese literature, with an extensive glossary-index, is to be published in December 1985, titled Princeton companion to classical Japanese literature, by Earl Miner, Hiroko Odagiri, and Robert Morrell (Princeton University Press, 1985). For modem terms and translations of titles: Dawn to the West, Japanese literature in the modern era, by Donald Keene (Holt, Rhinehart and Winston, 1984. 2v.). Macrons: Geographical names: macrons are used for obscure place names, but not for wellknown regional and metropolitan city names. Macrons are omitted in corporate names that begin with place names, such as Tokyo Daigaku, etc. Era names: macrons are used for preMeiji era names, but not for post-Meiji era names, e.g., Taisho, Showa. Macrons are omitted in corporate names that begin with post-Meiji era names. Festschrift: Kinen ronbunshu (A collection of essays by students and colleagues) are published to honor a Professor on his 60th, 77th, and 88th year. The essays gathered for the celebration of the 60th year are often edited in the name of the Professor himself, and are treated as a festschrift. xxi

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General History

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Page  1 1 A1-A6 GENERAL HISTORY This section contains works of general history - i.e., histories of several period or literary genres. It does not contain reference works such as encyclopedias or dictionaries. For these the reader should see Bibliography of reference works, published by the Center for Japanese Studies in 1979. V.2 The Edo and modem periods, ed. by Yoshida Seiichi. A4 Q- A a 0e e " Koten to sono jidai. New ed. San'ichi Shob6, 1971. 8v. GENERAL Al NkM1- H Y Jf~T Hisamatsu Sen'ichi. Nihon bungaku kenkyashi. Yamada Shoin, 1957. 365p. History of the study of Japanese literature, arranged by period and subject. V.1 Classical literature. V.2 Medieval poetry (waka). V.3 National Japanese literature. Index. A2 VAUS H F *Xt ) F Kazamaki Keijiro. Nihon bungakushi no kenkyti. Kadokawa Shoten, 1961. 2v. A collection of essays on the study of Japanese literary history. Essays selected by Saig6 Nobutsuna, et. al. V. 1 Focuses on Heian narrative literature and aesthetics. V.2 Contains essays on waka and zuihitsu (essays) as well as sections on Saigy6, Ki no Tsurayuki, and others. A short bio-bibliography is appended. A3 H A ~:* Nihon joryu bungakushi. D6bun Shoin, 1969. 2v. A history of literary works by women. V. 1 The ancient and medieval periods, ed. by Hisamatsu Sen'ichi. A series on the literary classics. V.1 Kojiki, Nihon shoki, by Umezawa Iseji. V.2 Man'y6shu, by Yoshinaga Noboru. V.3 Fiction, by Nanba Hiroshi. V.4 Heike monogatari, by Tani Hiroshi. V.5 Setsuwa (legendary tales) literature and picture scrolls, by Masuda Osamu. V.6 Chikamatsu Monzaemon, by Mori Osamu. V.7 Basho, by Asada Zenjir6, and Yayoshi Kan'ichi. V.8 Saikaku, by Noda Hisao. A5 NkAM-C Cg4:tXj Kyiitoku Takafumi. Kokubungaku s6kei. Offisha, 1974. 392p. Essays and lectures on topics in literature from ancient to modem times with emphasis on medieval waka and modem tanka. Includes verification of botanical names used in classical literature. Contains numerous excerpts from literary texts. A6 R * Z * 9f N*P- V Nihon bungakushi, ed. by Hisamatsu Sen'ichi, et al. New, enlarged ed. Shibund6, 1975. 7v. History of Japanese literature. Each volume includes a list of reference materials. V.1 Ancient period. V.2 Heian period. V.3 Medieval period. V.4 Early modem period. V.5 Modem period, 1 (Meiji). V.6 Modem period, 2 (Taisho and Showa).

Page  2 2 A6-A15 V. 7 General introduction and chronology. General index. A7 B ' ~nH -M4fil~fff f4 W Nihon koten bungakushi no kiso chishiki, ed. by Akiyama Ken, et al. Yfihikaku, 1975. 533p. Basics of Japanese literary history; toward an understanding of literary tradition. Consists of short, signed articles, with an index to works, topics and personal names. A8 J O HMR - Sanekata Kiyoshi. Nihon bungeigaku. Offsha, 1976. 333p. Essays on selected topics in the history of Japanese literature. Discusses methodology of the field, with emphasis on language, thought and aesthetic background. A9,kL- H T~C'f-~ Ilisamatsu Sen'ichi. Nihon bungaku hyoronshi. Enlarged ed. Shibundo, 1976. 5v. History of Japanese criticism. V. 1 The ancient and modem periods. V.2 The early modem and modem periods. V. 3 General criticism, poetics, style. V.4 Poetry and waka. V.5 Thought and expression. Reference bibliography. Al0 H;* I? -;-EfS W, Nihon bungakushi, ed. by Kinoshita Masatoshi, et al. Yiihikaku, 1976. 5v. Consists of signed essays by specialists on the history of literature, arranged chronologically. All W13 H; 'P 1IE~ -W Shiryo Nihon bungakushi. ed. by Yamazaki Masayuki, et al. Ofufsha, 1976. 2v. A college textbook. Provides a general introduction to the history of Japanese literature through excerpts from various literary works. Includes lesser known works and anthologies. Contains a chronology and a list of sources. A12 i&h, H * 'Wl Kondo Tadayoshi. Nihon bungaku genron. Shin Nihon Shuppansha, 1977. 352p. (Kond6 Tadayoshi. Nihon bungakuron. V.1) The pioneer work on the theory of Japanese literature, based on a historical and social analysis of authors and their works. 1st ed. in 1937. A13 H 7*'c^.: m ~/~ -, Nihon bungaku zenshi, ed. by Ichiko Teiji, et al. Gakut6sha, 1978. 6v. Complete history of Japanese literature. Each volume includes a reference bibliography. V.1 Antiquity. V.2 Heian. V.3 Medieval period. V.4 Edo. V.5 Modem. V.6 Contemporary. A14 NOIW- H B^ Jt4S/ Kato Shuichi. Nihon bungakushi josetsu. Revised and enlarged ed. Chikuma Shobo, 1980-83. 2v. An introduction to the history of Japanese literary thought. Compares the Japanese view of the role of literature with that of other cultures by placing emphasis on four periods of change. The first change was brought about by the influx of culture from mainland China, the age of Man'yoshu, and the institutionalization of literature in the age of Genji monogatari and Konjaku monogatari. The second change came with the political situation of the two imperial governments and cultural influences in the reformation of Buddhism: the age when the No and ky6gen flourished under feudalism. The third change came in the Edo period when Confucian and national learning (kokugaku) scholars prospered. The fourth change came in the Meiji period when Japan started modernizing all phases of the arts and sciences. The modem period is analyzed by grouping scholars and literary men by the age in which they lived, e.g. 1830's, 1860's, 1880's, and 1900's. Each volume is indexed. V. 1 was translated by David Chibbett in 1979, titled: A history of Japanese literature: the first thousand years; V.2, The years of isolation, and V.3, The modem years, translated by Don Sanders, cover V.2 of Kato Shuichi's work. Thought A15 ^S-M f V^R29g IP0 Miyanishi Kazumi. Nihon bungaku no shisoshi. Fukumura Shoten, 1958. 331p.

Page  3 3 Introduction to the thought, both Japanese and foreign, that shaped Japanese literature. Includes a list of reference works, a chronology, and an index to works cited. A16 7*,. H * J C4 Nagai Yoshinori. Nihon bukky6 bungaku. Hanawa Shobo, 1963. 282p. An introduction to Buddhism in Japanese literature in 3 sections: 1) A survey of the influence of Buddhist literature; 2) a history of Buddhist chant; 3) a bibliography of reference works. A17 iNS & %^h^f QI6BfS^ E Tsuda S6kichi. Bungaku ni arawaretaru waga kokumin shis6 no kenkyu. Rev. ed. Iwanami Shoten, 1965-69. 5v. (His complete works, v.4-8) Japanese National thought as manifested in the literature. V. 1 From the period of aristocratic literature to the Kamakura period. V.2 From the period of warrior literature to the early Edo period. V.3-5 Literature of the common people. 8 volume edition in the Iwanami bunko series, 1977-78. A18 *#-AWtt@ Nagai Yoshinori. Nihon bukkyo bungaku kenkyu. Toshima Shobo, 1966. 2v. V. 1 Discusses methodology in the study of Buddhist literature. V.2 On issues relating to court women's literature and Buddhism. A19 fnLtra f;*g1.5-F Watsuji Tetsur6. Nihon seishinshi kenkyu. Rev. ed. Iwanami Shoten, 1970. 271p. Intellectual history of Japan. Consists of a study of Japanese civilization; Buddhist influence on Japanese culture; Heian period literature, (794-1185); history and criticism of Kabuki theater, etc. A20 OhIPMPH H *kAo),t Karaki Junzo. Nihonjin no kokoro no rekishi. Chikuma Shobo, 1970-72. 2v. (Chikuma Sogo Daigaku) Traces the history of Japanese lyrical thought, especially the appreciation of seasonal changes, with reference to various literary works. A15-A24 V. 1 From the ancient to the medieval age. V.2 From the early modem period to the present. Index. A21 H f:Kfi 3 iN L ~ 7 Usuda Jingoro. Shint6 to bungaku. Enlarged ed. Hakuteisha, 1973. 316p. A study of the relationship between Shinto and literature. A22 ittE - H *t )OFE Tsuda S6kichi. Nihon bungei no kenkyu. Iwanami Shoten, 1974. 425p. (Tsuda S6kichi zenshu, v.10) Studies in Japanese literature and the arts. Contains excerpts from thirteen original works published between 1911 and 1951. Includes a general index. A23 3ME-; t b,IEz Sait6 Sh6ji. Nihonteki shizenkan no kenkya. Yasaka Shoten, 1978. 2v. V. 1 The Japanese view of nature as exemplified by institutions, e.g. the 'ritsu-ry6' state, and literary works such as Makura no s6shi, Okagami, Konjaku monogatari. V.2 The development of Japanese aesthetics, and the view of things in nature, such as pine, bamboo, chrysanthemum, etc. Index to both volumes. A23a AVAJhI T ~ Kuki Shuzo. Bungeiron. Iwanami Shoten, 1981. 518p. (Kuki Shfiz6 zenshfi, v. 1) Reprint of the 1941 edition. Consists of essays on aesthetic interpretation of literature, including essays on the philosophy of refinement in literature and an anaylsis of emotions expressed in tanka such as joy, love, sorrow, etc. These two essays were reprinted in 1979, titled: "Iki no kozo". (Iwanami bunko) A24 H *,, ), Nihon shiso taikei (Compendium of Japanese thought). Iwanami Shoten, 1970-82. 67v. Basic set of works on Japanese thought, from antiquity to the end of the Edo period. Each volume contains original texts with annotations, readings for difficult words, and explanatory articles, bibliography, biography, maps, etc. V. 1 Kojiki. V. 2 Collected works of Prince Sh6toku. V. 3 Ritsury6 (statutes). V. 4 Saicho.

Page  4 4 A24-A26 V. 5 V. 6 V. 7 V. 8 V. 9 V.10 V.11 V. 12 -V.14 V.15 V.16 V.17 V.18 V.19 V.20 V.21 V.22 V.23 V.24 V.25 V.26 V.27 V.28 V.29 V.30 V.31 V.32 V.33 V.34 V.35 V.36 V.37 V.38 V.39 V.40 V.41 V.42 V.43 V.44 V.45 V.46 V.47 V.48 V.49 V.50 Kukai. Genshin. Oj6den, etc. Ancient socio-political thought. Absolute truth of the Tendai sect. Honen; Ippen. Shinran. 13 Dogen. Nichiren. Early Kamakura period Buddhism. Medieval Zen thought. Rennyo and Ikko sect riots. Omorososhi. Medieval Shinto. Origins of temples and shrines. Medieval socio-political thought. Medieval socio-political thought. Ancient and medieval treatises on the arts. Zeami; Zenchiku. Books on Christianity. Mikawa monogatari; Hagakure. Military thought of the early modem period. Fujiwara Seika; Hayashi Razan. Nakae Toju. Kumazawa Banzan. Yamazaki Anzai school of thought. Yamaga Soko. Ito Jinsai; Ito Togai. Kaibara Ekiken; Muro Kyuisu. Arai Hakuseki. Ogyuf Sorai. Sorai school of thought. Edo period political principles. Edo period National learning (kokugaku) and Shinto. Motoori Norinaga. Miura Baien. Sekimon shingaku. Tominaga Nakamoto; Yamakata Banto. Honda Toshiaki; Kaiho Seiryo. Ando Shoeki; Sat6 Shin'en. Sato Issai; Oshio Chfisai. Late Edo period Confucian thought. Edo period historiography. Rai San'yo. Hirata Atsutane; Ban Nobutomo; Okuni Takamasa. V.51 V.52 V.53 V.54 V.55 V.56 V.57 V.58 V.59 V.60 V.61 V.62 V.63 V.64 V.65 V.66 V.67 The Kokugaku movement. Ninomiya Sontoku; Ohara Yfigaku. Mitogaku (Mito school of thought). Yoshida Sh6in. Watanabe Kazan; Takano Ch6ei; Sakuma Sh6zan; Yokoi Sh6nan; Hashimoto Sanai. Political theory at the end of the Edo period. Edo period Buddhist thought. Popular movement. Mercantile thought in the Edo period. Eroticism in the Edo period. Edo period artistic thought. Edo period scientific thought 1. Edo period scientific thought 2. Western learning 1. Western learning 2. Encountering the West. Popular religions. Multiple Sets A25 g[ IZ, 1 [J f * Kokubungaku rons6, ed. by Keio Gijuku Daigaku Kokubungaku Kenkyfikai. Shibundo, 1957-63. 6v. A serial publication on literature. No.1 Saikaku-research and materials. 1957. No.2 Medieval period literature, research and materials. 1958. No.3 Heian period literature, research and materials. 1959. No.4 Ancient literature, research and materials. 1961. No.5 Modem literature, research and materials. 1962. No.6 Early modem period fiction, research and materials. 1963. A26, i-{ 1 E' S Kokubungaku rons6 shinsha, ed. by Kei6 Gijuku Daigaku Kokubungaku Kenkyfkai. Offisha, 1980-83. 6v. No.1 Poetry and narrative literature of the Heian period. 1980. No.2 Literature and folklore in antiquity. 1980. No.3 Modem verse. 1981. No.4 Medieval and early modem literature. 1982. No.5 Origuchi Shinobu and his work, published in commemoration of the 30th anniversary of his death. I. 1983.

Page  5 5 A26-A28 No.6 Origuchi Shinobu and his work. II. 1983. A27 H.1S)rj TJb 49 Nihon bungaku no rekishi, ed. by Takagi Ichinosuke, et al. Kadokawa Shoten, 1967-68. 13v. The historical and social background of literature. Bibliography and chronology in each volume. Readings are given for difficult names and book titles. V.1I The gods and those who worshipped them, ed. by Kobayashi Yukio, et al. V.2 The world of the Man'y'5sha, ed. by Takagi Ichinosuke, et al. V.3 The court salon and women of talent, ed. by Akiyama Ken, et al. V.4 Restoration and reform, ed. by Sat6 Kenz6, et al. V.5 The literature of love and impermanence, ed. by Kadokawa Motoyoshi, et al. V.6 Power struggles in literature, ed. by Okami Masao, et al. V.7 Enlightenment, ed. by Inomoto Noichi, et al. V.8 The diffusion of culture, ed. by Nakamura Yukihiko, et al. V.9 The modern awakening, ed. by It6 Sei, et al. V.10O The Japanese spirit and Western learning, ed. by Yoshida Seiichi, et al. V.11 Songs of praise for humanity, ed. by Inagaki Tatsur6, et al. V. 12 The contemporary standard bearers, ed. by Yoshida Seiichi, et al. V. 13 (Supplement) Japanese literary atlas, and index. A28 H *C~f AWSfxj Nihon bungaku kenkyai shiry6 s~sho. Y~seido, 1967- To be completed in 100 volumes in 3 series. A collection of previously published studies of literary genres, periods, authors, and their works. Series I. 1967-77. 50y. Japanese mythology. Kojiki, Nihon shoki 1,2. Man'y~shfi 1, 2. Heian period fiction 1,2. Heian period diaries 1,2. Kokin wakashai. Makura no s~shi. Genji monogatari. Rekishi monogatari. Konjaku monogatari-shti. Setsuwa bungaku (legendary tales). Heike monogatari. Senki monogatari (military tales). Ho~jt5ki, Tsurezuregusa. Bash6 1. Saikaku. Chikamatsu. Akinari. Buson, Issa. Bakin. Modern poetry. Kitamura Tbokoku. Mori Ogai 1. Shizenshugi bungaku (naturalist literature). Shimazaki Thson. Natsume S~seki 1. Ishikawa Takuboku. Nagai Kaffj. Tanizaki Jun'ichir6. Shiga Naoya 1. Shirakabaha bungaku (white birch school). Takamura K~tar6~, Miyazawa Kenji. Proletarian literature. Akutagawa Ryfinosuke 1. Hagiwara Sakutar6. Hori Tatsuo. Yanagida Kunio. Origuchi Shinobu. Kawabata Yasunari. Dazai Osamu. Mishima Yukio. Abe KWb, Oe Kenzabur6. Methodology in researching Japanese classical literature. Series II. 1977-80. 30v. Japanese mythology 2. Man'y~shfi 3. Heian period fiction 3,4. Shin kokin wakasha. N6, Ky~gen. Bash6 2. Tsubouchi Sh6y6, Futabatei Shimei. K~da Rohan, Higuchi Ichiy6. Mori Ogai 2. Natsume S6seki 2.

Page  6 6 A28-A30 Izumi Kyo-ka. Akutagawa Ryfinosuke 2. Shiga Naoya 2. Yokomitsu Riichi and the new sensationalists. KaJii Motojiro-, Nakajima Ton. Kobayashi Hideo. Japanese romanticists. Nakano Shigeharu, Miyamoto Yuriko. Ishikawa Jun, Sakaguchi Ango. Ibuse Masuji, Fukuzawa Shichird-. Ooka Shdhei, Fukunaga Takehiko. Yoshimnoto Takaaki, Eto- Jun. Saito Mokichi. Nakahara Chtiya, Tachihara Michizod. Children's literature. Literature of the Meiji era. Literature of the Taisho era. Literature of the Showa. era. Bibliography of modern Japanese literature, Meiji era. Series III. (20v.) In progress. Ancient songs. Genji monogatari 4. Saigyo5, Teika. Otogi zodshi. Jd-ruri. Japanese classical literature and oral transmission. Natsume S dseki 3. Arishima Takeo. Shi shd-setsu (I novels). Miyazawa Kenji 2. Dazai Osamu 2. lt6 Sei, Takeda Taijun. Noma Hiroshi, Shimao Toshio. Yasuoka Shodtaro-, Yoshiyuki Junnosuke. Modern women's literature. Modern poetry. Modern haiku. Comparative literature. Research methodology-modern period. Ydkyoku, kyo-gen. Ytiseidd- published a 29 page pamphlet in 1983, indexing all the essays included in Nihon bungaku kenkya-,.- shr, sdsho. vAIC, - A29 flAJM*CI?'Pff~ S6sho Nihon bungakushi kenkyi-. Hdsei Daigaku Shuppankyoku, 1971-(80)-. (lIIv.) Tanikawa Tetsuzo. The world of Miyazawa Kenji. 1963. Nishio Minoru. The literary world of the Tsurezuregusa. 1964. Lmao Tetsuya. Metamorphosis: the principle of acting in Japanese drama. 1970. NEI1 * ~~tz _M Nishida Masaru. The study of modern literature. jr Hokama Shuzen. A history of the Okinawan lankuage. 197 1. uiFE Hi~ ~ C Maeda Ai., Literature of the late Edo and early Meiji period. 1972. Matsuda Osamu. The development of Edo literature. 1972. Senuma Shigeki. Meiji literature. 1974. Matsuda Osamu. A history of Japanese performing arts. 1974. 9 -~ [Euit n;L Nakahodo Masanori. Yamanoguchi Baku and his works. 1975. A.kL{ Hattori Yukio. Studies in Edo kabuki. 1980. A30 4,> I'/ ~J, i*_C 1 Shinpojaimu Nihon bungaku. Gakuseisha, 1975-78. 20v. V.1I Man'y~shai. V. 2 Kokinshti, 1. V.3 Kokinshfi,2. V.4 Kokinshfi,3. V.5 Heike monogatari. V.6 Hermit literature of the medieval period. V. 7 Chikamatsu. V. 8 Matsuo Bashod. V. 9 Saikaku. V. 10 Ueda Akinari. V. 11I Literature of the late Tokugawa period. V. 12 Establishment of modern literature. V. 13 Moni Ogai. V. 14 Natsume Sdseki. V. 15 Shimazaki Thson. V. 16 Tanizaki Jun'ichirod. V. 17 Taisho literature. V. 18 Politics and literature. V. 19 Postwar literature. V.20 Modern poetry.

Page  7 7 A31 )F i's Kokugo kokubungaku kenkyfishi taisei. Enlarged ed. Sanseid6, 1977. l5v. V. 1-2 Man'y~shfi, by Takeda Yfikichi, et al. V.3-4 Genji monogatari, by Abe Akio, et al. V.5 Heian diaries, including the Tosa nikki, by Akiyama Ken, et al. V.6 Makura no sushi, Tsurezuregusa, by SaitoKiyoe, et al. V.7 Kokinshfi, Shinkokinshai, by Nishishita Tsunekazu, et al. V.8 YWkyoku, ky~gen, by Nishio Minoru, et al. V.9 Heike monogatari, by Takagi Ichinosuke et al. V. 10 Chikamatsu, by Shuzui Kenji, et al. V.11 Saikaku, by Teruoka Yasutaka, et al. V. 12 Bash6~, by Imoto N~ichi, et al. V. 13 Roson, Katai, by Yoshida Seiichi, et al. V. 14 Ogai, S~seki, by Naruse Masakatsu, et al. V. 15 Kokugogaku, by Saeki Umetomo, et al. Each volume contains important critical essays of a sort seldom found in other publications. These are reprinted with explanatory notes and bibliographies. Lecture Series A 32 V` E l-F - Iwanami k~za: Nihion bungakushi. lwanami Shoten, 1958- 59. 16v. Iwanami lecture series on the history of Japanese literature. Each volume contains several short monographs (several chapters each), on topics in Japanese literary history. V.1I The ancient period. -The sagas of heroes, by Takagi Ichinosuke. -Kakinomoto no Hitomaro, by Saig6 Nobutsuna. -Kokinshai, by Kubota Toshio. -The origins of monogatari literature, by Kazamaki Keijir6. -Genji monogatari, by Imai Gen'e. -Setsuwa literature of the ancient era, by Masuda Katsumi. -Ancient court life and women, by Satod Kenz6. V.2 The ancient period. -The early Man'y~shai period, by Tanabe Sachio. -Yamanoue no Okura and Otomo no Tabito, by Takagi Ichinosuike. A31-A32 -The spirit of the ancient nobility, by Tenaga Saburo-. -The introduction of kana, by Ono Susumu. -The development of monogatari literature, by Nanba Hiroshi. -A history of the arts, by Ikeda Yasaburo5. V.3 The ancient period -Myth and history, by Kawasaki Tsuneyuki, and Ishimoda Sho-. -Fudoki, records of regional customs and land, by Yoshino Yutaka. -Incantory literature (jubaku bungaku), by Kurano Kenji. -Ancient ballads, by Tsuchihashi Yutaka. -Yamabe no Akahito and Otomo no Yakamochi, by Gomi Tomohide. -Ancient waka (Japanese poetry) and kanshi (poetry in Chinese), by Sayama Wataru. -Makura no s~shi, by Akiyama Ken. -Ancient diary and travel diary literature, by Imai Takuji. -The intent and themes of ancient literature, by Takasaki Masahide. V.4 The medieval period -Medieval Buddhism and literature, by Saito6 Kiyoe and Kikuchi Ry~ichi. -IHi6j6ki and Tsurezuregusa, by Nagatsumi Yasuaki. -Medieval diaries and travel accounts, by Ishida Yoshisada. -Medieval poetic criticism, Hisamatsu Sen'ichi. -Medieval songs and ballads, by Ag6i Toranoshin. -Zeami, by Nishio Minoru. -Illustrated scrolls (emakimono) and literature, by Mushak~ji Minoru. V.5 The medieval period. -Culture in medieval period cities and villages, by Hayashiya Tatsusaburii. -The art of recited narrative (katarimono), by Tomikura Tokujiro-. -Heike monogatari and Taiheiki, by Tani Hiroshi. -Saigy6i and Minamoto no Sanetomo, by Kubota Sh~ichirii. -The origins and development of renga (linked verse), by Kitod Saiz6. -Medieval drama, by Toida Michiz6i and Koyamna Hiroshi.

Page  8 8 A32-A32 -Christian literature, by Morita Takeshi. V.6 The medieval period. -The culmination of medieval literature, by Nagatsumi Yasuaki. -Setsuwa literature in the medieval period, by Nishio Koichi. -The development of medieval monogatari (tales), by Ichiko Teiji. -Historical tales and zuihitsu (essays), by Matsumoto Shinpachiro. -The world of Shinkokinshtu, by Saigo Nobutsuna. -Shinkei and Sogi, by Araki Yoshio. -Gozan literature, by Yasuraoka Kosaku. -The literature of the late medieval period, by Araki Shigeru. -The development of medieval aesthetics, by Nishio Minoru. V.7 Edo period. -Early haikai, by Itasaka Gen. -Yosa Buson and Kat6 Gyotai, by Kuriyama Riichi. -The kanazoshi genre, by Teruoka Yasutaka. -Early puppet theatre (joruri), by Tsunoda Ichiro. -The literature of the Edo townsman (chonin), by Mizuno Minoru. -The literary view of Edo Confucianists, by Nakamura Yukihiko. V. 8 Edo period. -After Yosa Buson, by Nakamura Shunjo. -The art of Chikamatsu, by Hirosue Tamotsu. -Ueda Akinari, by Moriyama Shigeo. -The last phase of Edo gesaku literature (popular novels), by Okitsu Kaname. -Kabuki, by Gunji Masakatsu. -Kokugaku (national learning), by Hirano Jinkei. -Illustration and the Edo novel, by Shibui Kiyoshi. V.9 Edo period. -The yomihon genre, by Shigetomo Ki. -The culmination of literati consciousness, by Nakamura Yukihiko. -Comic waka (kyoka) and humorous verse (senryui), by Hamada Giichiro. -Edo period songs and ballads, by Kikkawa Eishi. -The history of Edo dramaturgy, by lizuka Tomoichiro. -Edo period poetry and poetics, by Okubo Tadashi. V. 10 Edo period. -Literature under the Edo feudal system, by Teruoka Yasutaka. -Ihara Saikaku and thereafter, by Noma Koshin. -Matsuo Bash6 and his disciples, by Ogata Tsutomu. -The history of haikai and haiku criticism, by Miyamoto Saburo. -The golden age of j6ruri and thereafter, by Okubo Tadakuni. -Kawatake Mokuami, by Yamamoto Jiro. V. 11 Modem: Meiji era. -Tsubouchi Shoyo and Futabatei Shimei, by Sakakibara Yoshifumi. -The origin and development of Japanese Romanticism, by Yoshida Seiichi. -Modem haiku, by Yamamoto Kenkichi. -The literature of Naturalism, by Kawazoe Kunimoto and Ino Kenji. -The literature of the Aesthetic School (Tanbiha), by Takada Mizuho. -Modem drama, by Ozaki Hirotsugu. V. 12 Modem: Meiji/Taisho period. -Ozaki Koyo and K6da Rohan, by It6 Sei. -The development of Realism, by Miyoshi Yukio. -The literature of the Shirakabaha group, by Usui Yoshimi. -Shishosetsu (the I novel) and the psychological novel, by Odagiri Hideo. -Modem poetry, by Ishimaru Hisashi. -The development of modem poetry, by And6 Tsuguo. -The history of military tales as literature and its modem form, by Sugiwara Minpei. -The literature of the Meiji Restoration period and the revolution in literature, by Takami Jun and Hanada Kiyoteru. V. 13 Modem period. -The literature of the enlightenment period, by Yanagida Izumi. -The literature of Socialism, by Inagaki Tatsuro.

Page  9 9 A32-A34 -Proletarian literature, by Sofue Sh6ji and Takeuchi Yoshimi. -Ishikawa Takuboku, by Iwaki Yukinori. -Modem tanka, by Kubokawa Tsurujiro. -Pre-war and wartime literature, by Nakajima Kenz6. -Modem literature and the Japanese language, by Terada Tiru. V. 14 Modem period. -Japan's modernization and literature, by Nakamura Mitsuo. -The history of popular literature, by Ara Masahito. -The development of modem criticism, by Hasegawa Izumi and Yoshimoto Takaaki. -Post-war literature, by Ara Masahito and Noma Hiroshi. -Translated literature, by Ota Saburo. -The classics and post-Meiji literature, by Shioda Ry6hei. V. 15 Modem period. -Modem Japanese thought and literature, by Maruyama Masao. -Mori Ogai, by Kat6 Shuiichi. -Natsume S6seki, by Ino Kenji. -The Humanist group and the Artistic group, by Hirano Ken. -Taisho democracy and literature, by Senuma Shigeki. -The New Sensationalist group (Shinkankakuha) and thereafter, by Sasaki Kiichi. -The Japanese people and literature, by Kamei Katsuichir6 and Maruyama Shizuka. V. 16 General. -Civilization and literature, by Doi K6chi. -The forms of Japanese literature, by Okazaki Yoshie. -Folklore and literature, by Yanagita Kunio. -Changes in literary style and language, by Ikegami Teiz6. -Japanese literature in Chinese, by Kanda Kiichiro. -A history of the study of the classics, by Kazamaki Keijiro. -The literature of the Ryfikyui Islands, by Nakahara Zenchiu. -The literature of the Ainu, by Chiri Mashiho. A33 mg, * [ *3 oq, kAv Nt - WX Koza Nihon bungaku no s6ten, ed. by Hisamatsu Sen'ichi, et al. Meiji Shoin, 1968-69. 6v. Lecture series: issues in Japanese literature. V.1 Antiquity. V.2 Heian. V.3 Medieval. V.4 Edo. V.5 Modem. V.6 Contemporary. A34 a-gSr 4- C H* ~BZ*i,~ Koza Nihon bungaku, ed. by Zenkoku Daigaku Kokugo Kokubun Gakkai. Sanseido, 1968-71. 14v. V. 1 Antiquity. -Ancient life -Chinese characters and literature -Nihon shoki and Nihongi -Fudoki (Records of regional customs and land) -Comparative mythology -Ancient ballads V.2 Antiquity. -Various topics in the study of the Man'y6sha V.3 Heian period. -Early prose -Kokinsha and Ki no Tsurayuki -Monogatari -Poems and monogatari -Literature of the court women -Gosensha and Shtiisha V.4 Heian period. -Genji monogatari -Izumi Shikibu -Historical stories -Chinese classical writing -Priest Saigy6 V.5 Medieval period. -Shinkokinshu and Fujiwara no Teika -Shinchokusenshu -Shokushaishu and later anthologies -Heike monogatari -Medieval setsuwa (tales) -Hojoki and Tsurezuregusa -Diaries and travel accounts -Buddhism and Buddhist literature V.6 Medieval period.

Page  10 10 A34-A36 -Poetic criticism and historical stories -Waka in the Northern and Southern dynasties and Muromachi periods -Linked verse (renga) -Stories for women and children (otogi z6shi) -Military tales -Zeami -Medieval songs and ballads V.7 Edo period. -Haikai -Story books written in kana -Matsuo Bash6 -Stories of everyday life (ukiyo zoshi) -Ihara Saikaku -Puppet theater and Chikamatsu -Kabuki theater -Confucianism and the Japanese scholars of the classics -Waka (poetry) V. 8 Edo period. -Comic verse (kyoka) -Supernatural stories and Ueda Akinari -The novelettes of the gay quarter and love stories -Santo Kyoden and Kyokutei Bakin -Picture books and novels -Edo raconteurs -Kabuki V.9 Meiji period. -Meiji politics and literature -Ozaki Koyo -Koda Rohan and Higuchi Ichiyo -Romanticism -Social novels -New colloquial style writing -Haikai -Dramatic poetry V.10 Taisho period. -Naturalism -Natsume Soseki and Mori Ogai -Literary sketches -The aesthetic group -The Shirakaba group -Akutagawa Ryunosuke -'Watakushi' sh6setsu ('I' novel) -Christianity and literature -Modern literature and tanka (poetry) -Translated literature V.11 Modern period. -Proletarian literature -The new sensationalist group -Modern criticism -Romanticism -Wartime literature -Postwar literature -Takamura K6taro -Modern poetry -Drama -Children's literature -Modern haiku V. 12 Issues in the study of Japanese literature. V. 13 The background of Japanese literature. Includes essays on setsuwa literature, geography, political environment, and music. V. 14 (Supplement) Annotated bibliography of works related to the study of Japanese literature. Collected Works of Individual Authors (select list) A35 OTA Y f Okazaki Yoshie chosakushu. Hobunkan, 1959-62. lOv. V. 1 Essays on the study of the arts in Japan. V.2 The form and development of Japanese arts. V.3 Studies in the arts of antiquity. V.4 Investigation of Man'yoshu style. V.5 The aesthetics of Genji monogatari. V.6 The art of Basho. V.7 The symbols and spirit of Japanese poetry: medieval and Edo periods. V.8 The symbols and spirit of Japanese poetry: modern period. V.9 The novel in modern Japan. V. 10 Poetry in modern Japan. There is a new edition titled: Okazaki Yoshie chosakusen. 1970. 10v. A36 *SF -~ Kubota Utsubo zenshui. Kadokawa Shoten, 1965-68. 29v. V. 1-3 Studies of poetry collections.

Page  11 11 V.4 Studies of tales. V.5 Studies of tales and essay literature (zuihitsu). V.6 Travel diaries and zuihitsu. V.7-8 Studies in waka criticism. V.9-10 Essays on ancient literature. V.11 Essays on modem literature. V. 12 Essays on modem poetry. V. 13-19 Man'yoshu commentary. V.20-21 Kokinshu commentary. V.22-24 Shinkokinshi; commentary. V.25 Commentary on ancient prose. V.26 Commentary on ancient poetry (Chinese and Japanese). V.27-28 Translation c(f Genji monogatari into modem Japanese. V.29 Bio-biliography of Kubota Utsubo. A37 X*g- ~ Hisamatsu Sen'ichi c hosakushui. Shibund6, 1968-69. 13v. V.1 V.2 V.3 V.4 V.5 V.6 V.7 V.8 V.9 V.10 V.11 V.12 V.13 Japanese literat re: methodology and intent. Trends in thought. Critical history ancient and medieval periods. Critical history: early modem and modem periods. Poetics and poetic style. Critical study (if poetry. Philosophy as expressed in literature. Man'yoshuf, I. Man'y6shii, II. Ancient Japanese literature. The study of Japanese literary history. Biography of Keichfi. (supplement) Author's bio-biography. A36-A42 A39 4, ~FtH J*A V{ Odagiri Hideo chosakushu. H6sei Daigaku Shuppankyoku, 1970-74. 7v. Collected works of Odagiri Hideo: V. 1 Essays concerning trust in people. V.2 Democracy and literature. V.3 Universities, students and literature: a guide to the study of literature and an essay on the image of students described in literature of the Meiji, Taisho and Showa periods. V.4 Modem Japanese society and literature. V.5 Survey of Edo period literature including Saikaku, Bash6, etc. and essays on Natsume Soseki's style of composition. V.6 Contemporary history of Japanese literature with emphasis on 13 representative works. V.7 Thought and social environment in modem Japanese literature. A40 mS[ { V {F Yamagishi Tokuhei chosakushui. Yfiseido, 1971-71. 5v. V. 1 Japanese literature in the Chinese language. V.2 Waka literature. V.3 Monogatari (narrative literature) and zuihitsu (essay literature). V.4 Monogatari on historical events and battles. V.5 Setsuwa (legends, tales). A41 ra;;_ f Takagi Ichinosuke zenshui. K6dansha, 1976-77. lOv. V. 1 Pre-war essays on Nihongi, Kojiki, and Man'yoshu. V.2 Post-war essays on Nihongi, Kojiki, and Man'yoshu. V.3 Hitomaro, Okura and Tabito. V.4 Essays on the Man'yoshu and ancient literature. V.5 The Heike monogatari and medieval literature. V.6 Essays on the ancient arts and the rebirth of literature. V.5 The environment of Japanese literature. V.8 Techniques in lyricism. V.9 Fifty years of Japanese literary study. V.10 Chronology, bibliography and index. A42 Pt* X 't Nose Asaji chosakushu, ed. by the editorial committee. Shibunkaku, 1981-82. lOv. A38 Jiw ~U Kazamaki Keijir6 zenshu. Offsha, 1969-71. 10v. V.1 Method in Japanese literary history. V.2 The conception of literary history. V.3 The development of ancient literature. V.4 The writing of Genji monogatari. V.5 Traditions of wc.ka poetry. V.6 The Shinkokinshiu period. V.7 The world of medieval waka. V.8 The people of rnedieval Japan. V.9 Criticism and general essays. V.10 Post-war diaries and letters. V. 1 A survey of Japanese literature.

Page  12 12 A42-A54 V.2 Medieval literature. V.3 Edo period waka. V.4 Nogaku 1. V.5 Nogaku 2. V.6 Nogaku 3. V.7 Renga (linked verse). V.8 Renga, Haikai. V.9 Haikai, 1. V.10 Haikai, 2. Festschrifts (select list) A43H * C / H A N tt 9 Nihon bungaku s6k6, ed. by Nishio Mitsuo Sensei Kanreki Kinenkai. Toy6 H6ki, 1968. 349p. Collection of essays on Japanese literature in honor of Professor Nishio Mitsuo. A44 EH t t (tI~ - Nihon bungaku ronk6, ed. by Shioda Ryfihei Sensei Koki Kinen Ronbunshu Kankokai. Ofusha, 1970. 596p. Collection of essays on classical and modem Japanese literature in honor of Professor Shioda Ry6hei. A45!fiJA V f - 2 {X L' ~ AKTE.U t Kinsei kindai no kotoba to bungaku, ed. by Mashimo Saburo Sensei Taikan Kinen Ronbunshu Kankokai. Hiroshima, Daiichi Gakushusha, 1972. 772p. A festschrift in honor of Professor Mashimo Saburo. Language and literature of the Edo and modem periods. Emphasis is on the interaction between linguistics and literature. A46 [IV6 IN [m? A V RU - ~:E Kokugo kokubungaku ronshu, ed. by Takechi Masakazu Sensei Taikan Kinen Kokugo Kokubungaku Henshu Kankokai. Matsuyama, Ehime Daigaku, 1972. 422p. Essays on Japanese language and literature in honor of Professor Takechi Masakazu. Includes a biobibliography. A47 HM Zt Wh [: Kokugo kokubungaku ronshui, ed. by Taniyama Shigeru Ky6ju Taishoku Kinen Jigyo Jikk6 Iinkai. Hanawa Shob6, 1972. 562p. Essays on Japanese language and literature in honor of Professor Taniyama Shigeru. A48 H * C? O) W 5 Va i t Nihon bungaku no kenkyu, ed. by the Nihon Bungaku Kenkyfikai. Bunri Shoin, 1974. 479p. Festschrift in honor of Professor Shigetomo Ki. 27 essays on various topics in Japanese literature. A49 ET1 H C * a A* R fMit t ~ Kokubungaku ronko, Suzuki Tomotar6 Hakushi Koki Kinen, ed. by Suzuki Tomotaro Hakushi no Koki o Iwau Kai. Ofusha, 1975. 903p. Essays on Japanese literature in honor of Professor Suzuki Tomotaro. A50 H* COf{SrL2 BHI 31EiR tz~t Nihon bungaku no dent6 to rekishi, ed. by Usuda Jingoro Hakushi Kanreki Kinen Ronbunshu Henshi Iinkai. Ofusha, 1975. 826p. Essays on Japanese literature: its history and tradition, in honor of Professor Usuda Jingoro. A51 FH * l i *Q flt Nihon bungaku shinken, Noda Ky6ju taikan kinen, ed. by the publishing committee, Kasama Shoin, 1976. 480p. Essays on new perspectives on Japanese literature: research and materials, in honor of Professor Noda Hisao. A52 El $ ( S tm B: 3tt:S Nihon bungei ronso, Kitazumi Toshio Ky6ju taikan kinen, ed. by Tohoku Daigaku Bungakubu Kokubungaku Kenkyuishitsu. Kasama Shoin, 1976. 640p. A collection of essays on Japanese literature, in honor of Professor Kitazumi Toshio. A53 M q" H [ M - fi A mP lA; Kokugo kokubungaku ronshui, Kumagaya Takeshi Kyoju koki kinen, ed. by Tokai Gakuen Kokugo Kokubun Gakkai. Kasama Shoin, 1977. 481p. Essays on Japanese language and literature, in honor of Professor Kumagaya Takeshi. A54 H H *Pffi PkXM g, Nihon bungaku Nihongo, ed. by Sakakura Atsuyoshi and Hamada Keisuke, et al. Kadokawa Shoten, 1977-78. 5v. A festschrift in honor of Professor Sakakura Atsuyoshi. Each volume consists of essays on Japanese language and literature. V. 1 Antiquity. V.2 The Heian period.

Page  13 13 A54-A61 V. 3 The medieval period. V.4 The Edo and modem periods. V.5 The contemporary era. Kokugogaku kokubungaku ronk.5: Iwasa Tadashi Ky~ju koki kinen, ed. by Hiroshima Bunky6 Joshi Daigaku Kokubun Gakkai. Keisuisha, 1978. 4l6p. Essays on studies of Japanese literature and language, in honor of Professor Iwasa Tadashi. A56 'V I {Nihon bungaku shigen kara gendai e, ed. by Moriyama Shigeo. Kasama Shoin, 1978. 572p. Japanese literature from its origins to the modem era. Essays in honor of Professor Moriyama Shigeo. A57 H ) jfZ K L O 17 - Nihon bungei no kenkyfi: koki kinen ronshfi, ed. by Sanekata Hakushi Koki Kinen Ronshii Henshii Iinkai. Offosha, 1978. 473p. Essays in honor of Professor Sanekata Kiyoshi on Japanese arts and literature. Includes bibliographical references. Kokugo kokubungaku ronsha, ed. by Matsumura Hiroji. Sensei Koki Kinen Jikk6 Iinkai. Kasama Shoin, 1979. 596p. Essays on Japanese language and literature in honor of Professor Matsumura Hiroji. Includes a biobibliography. Takasaki Masahide Hakushi kiju kinen ronbunshai. Kokugakuin Daigaku Tochigi Tanki Daigaku Kokubungakkai, 1981. 491p. (Special issue of Yashai Kokubungaku) 27 essays on classical Japanese literature in honor of Professor Takasaki Masahide. A60:~ X * `9,M Bungaku rons5, Imai Gen'e Ky~ju taikan kinen, ed. by the publishing committee. Kyushu Daigaku Bungakubu Kokugo Kokubungaku Kenkyifishitsu, 1982. 605p. Studies in literature, a collection of essays in honor of Professor Imai Gen'e. Collections of Texts A 61 *1~f 11IM Z Wf2 *f P *H,4f I1ir 4 Mikan kokubun shiryd5, ed. by Mikan Shiry6b KanWU~ka. Hitaku Shob6. Previously unpublished texts with commentary. Series I, 1955-58. lOv. V.1I Teika's jihitsubon (holograph) Monogatari nihyakuban utaawase. V.2 Otogi z6shi, I. V.3 Teika's Hachidaish,5, I. V.4 Imagawa Ry~shun's essays on poetry. V.5 Otogi z~shi, II. V.6 Hachimonjiyabonshai (collection of ukiyoz~shi) published by Hachimonjiya. V.7 Yamato monogatari. V.8 Teika's Hachidaish35, IIL V.9 Shinsen (newly compiled) Man'y~shfi. V.10 Zoku nanakuruma. Series II, 1959-63. 16v. V.1 Edoza haironshii. V.2 H~gen monogatari. V.3 Kokinshfi. V.4 Kana z~shi, I. V.5 Heiji monogatari. V.6 Otogi z~shi. V.7 Sagoromo monogatari, I. V. 8 Heike monogatari, I. V.9 Heike monogatari, II. V.10O Nara no ha wakashai. V. 11I Heike monogatari, III. V. 12 Heike monogatari, IV. V. 13 Haikai Tsuizenshfi. V. 14 Genpei Ths6roku. V. 15 Sagoromo monogatari, II. V. 16 Sagoromo monogatari, III. Series III, 1964-72. 18v. V.1I Kench6 hachinen (1257) hyakushu utaawase, I. V. 2 Soga monogatari, I. V.3 Sumiyoshi monogatarishai. V.4 Gikeiki, I. V.5 Chasei utaawaseshii, I. V.6 Gikeiki, LI. V.7 Otogi z~shishti, I. V. 8 Soga monogatari, II. V.9 Ton'a's utaawase. V.10O Early Genroku period, Edo haishoshai. V.11 Otogi z~shishfi, II. V. 12 Gosen wakasha, I. V. 13 Gosen wakashfi, II.

Page  14 14 A61-A62 V. 14 Chi-sei utaawasesha-, II. V. 15 Atsutabon kaishi wakashii. V. 16 Chi-sei utaawaseshat, III. V. 17 Kenchoi hachinen (1 257) hyakushu utaawase, II. V. 18 Okibon Shinkokinshfi. Series IV, 1973-81. 10v. ~ supplement. V.1I Minobusanbon I-kibutsushfi. V.2 Soga monogatari, I. V. 3Chiuisei utaawaseshfi. V.4 Okazaki nikki. V.5 Soga monogatari, II. V.6 Beppon Wakan kensakushfi. V.7 Ihon Musashi abumi. V. 8Renga yoriaishfi, I. V.9 Renga yoriaishti, II. V. 10 Otogi z~shi emakishi-, in West Berlin. Supplement vol. Index to Edo publishers. A62 H * Aik! ~ Nihon koten bun gaku taikei. Iwanami Shoten, 1957-68. 100v. Comprehensive series of major classical texts. Includes extensive headnotes and readings for kanji, as well as critical introductions to each work. V.1I Kojiki and norito (Shinto prayers). V.2 Collection of fudoki. V.3 Ancient songs and ballads. V.4-7 Man'yi-shfi. V. 8 KokinshfiL V.9 Taketori monogatari, Ise monotagari, Yamato monogatari. V. 10- 12 Utsubo monogatari. V. 13 Ochikubo monogatari, Tsutsumi chu-nagon monogatari. V. 14-18 Genji monogatari. V. 19 Makura no soishi, Murasaki Shikibu nikki. V.20 Thsa nikki, Kageni- nikki, Izumi Shikibu nikki, Sarashina nikki. V. 21 Okagami. V.22-26 Konjaku monogatari. V.27 Uji sh~ii monogatari. V. 28 Shinkokinshti. V. 29 Sankashii, Kinkai wakashiL. V. 30 H~fiiki, Tsurezuregusa.V. 31 Ho-gen monogatari, Heiji monogatari. V.32-33 Heik-i monogatatri. V.34-36 Taiheiki. V. 37 Gikeiki. V.38 Collection of otogizo-shi. V.39 Collection of renga (linked verse). V. 40-41 N -. V.42-43 Ky~gen (farce). V.44 Medieval and Edo period songs and ballads. V.45 Bash6's haiku. V.46 BashO-'s essays (zuihitsu). V.47-48 Saikaku. V.49-SO Chikamatsu. V.51-52 Puppet theater. V.53-54 Kabuki scripts. V.55 Ftirai Sanjin (Hiraga Gennai). V.56 Ueda Akinari. V.57 Collection of senryili (humorous verse) and kyo-ka. V.58 Buson and Issa. V.59 Collection of kiby~shi and sharebon. V.60-61 Chinsetsu yumiharizuki. V.62 Thkaid~chii hizakurige. V. 63 Ukiyoburo. V.64 Shunshoku umegoyomi. V.65 Critical essays on waka and No-. V.66 Critical essays on renga, haikai and haiku. Added in 1964-68: V.67-68 Nihon shoki. V.69 Kaifaiso, Bunka shfireisha, Honch~imonzui. V.70 Nihon ry6iki. V.71 Sango5shiki, Sh,5ry~shii. V.72 Kankebunshai (Writings of Sugawara no Michizane). V.73 Wakan ni-eishiL V.74 Collection of utaawase (poetry competition). V.75-75 Figa monogatari. V.77 Takamura monogatari, Heichai monogatari, Hamamatsu chu-nagon monogatari. V.78 Yo no nezame. V.79 Sagoromo monogatari. V. 80 Heian and Kamnakura private poetry collections. V. 81 Shib6- genzo6, Sh~bi- genz6 zuimonki. V. 82 The writings of Shinran, the writings of Nichiren. V. 83 Collection of kana ho-go (Buddhist sermons in kana). V. 84 KokonchomonjiL.

Page  15 15 V. 85 Shasekishai. V. 86 Gukansh65. V. 87 Shinn6 sh,5tki. V. 88 Soga monogatari. V. 89 Gozan bungaku. V.90 Collection of kanazo-shi (storybook in kana). V.91 Collection of ukiyozo-shi (floating world fiction). V.92 Edo haiku and criticism. V.93 Edo waka. V.94 Edo literary criticism. V.95 Taionki, Oritaku shiba no ki. V.96 Edo zuisoZi (essays). V.97 Essays by Edo philosophers. V.98 Kabuki jtihfachibanshti (Collection of 18 Kabuki plays). V.99 Puppet theater texts. V.100 Edo waraibanashi (amusing stories) collection. A63 -~ 3*~ Koten Nihon bungaku zenshai. Chikuma Shobo-, 1960-67. 37v. Classical texts rendered into modem Japanese transliteration. Commentary and critical essays at the back of each volume. Vol. 37 consists of a series of essays by Kubota Shd-ichir6, et al., designed to give a comprehensive overview of Japanese literary history from antiquity to early Edo period. A62-A67 V. 19 Yo no nezame. V. 20 Okagami. V. 21-24 Konjaku monogatari. V. 25 Kagurauta, Safibara, Ry6jinhish65, Kanginshii. V. 26 Shinkokinshat. V. 27 Hj5frki, Tsurezuregusa, Sh~5b65 Genz,6 zuimonki. V.28 Uji sh~tii monogatari. V.29-30 Heike monogatari. V. 31 Gikeiki. V.32 Collection of renga (linked verse) and haiku. V.33-34 N6i texts. V.35 Collection of ky~gen. V.36 Otogiz~shi collection (story books). V.37 Collection of kanazoishi and ukiyozo-shi. V.38-40 Ihara Saikaku. V.41 Matsuo Bash6. V.42 Edo haiku and haiku criticism. V.43-44 Chikamatsu. Monzaemon. V.45 Puppet theater. V.46 Kiby~shi, senryii, and ky-ka. V.47 Sharebon, kokkeibon, ninj~bon. V.48 Hanabusa zishi, Nishiyama monogatari Ugetsu monogatari, Harusame monogatari. V.49 T~kaid~chai hizakurige. V.50 Poetics. V.51 Renga criticism, N6 criticism, haiku criticism. A64 H Nihon koten bungaku zenshfi. Shd-gakkan, 1973-76. 51lv. Comprehensive collection of classical texts. Intended for student use, with extensive headnotes, modem paraphrase, readings for difficult kanji, and critical commentary. V.1 Kojiki; ancient songs. V. 2-5 Man'yashfi. V. 6 Nihon ry,5iki. V. 7 Kokinshai. V. 8 Taketori monogatari, Ise monogatari, Yamato monogatari, Heichai monogatari. V.9 Tosa nikki, Kager65 nikki. V.10O Ochikubo monogatari, Tsutsumi chuanagon monogatari. V.11 Makura no s~ishi. V. 12-17 Genji monogatari. V. 18 Izumi shikibu nikki, Murasaki shikibu nikki Sarashina nikki, Sanuki no suke nikki. A65 Ar *N 3 Shinsen Nihon koten bunko. Gendai Shich-sha, 1974-76. 5v. New collection of Japanese classics. Includes lesser known texts. V.1 Jkyaiki, Jikaishai, V.2 Sho-monki (Masakadoki), V.3 Baish6ron, V.4 Kogo sAi, V.5 Ky6unshai. A66 A& R H - A~ Kansh6 Nihon koten bungaku. Kadokawa Shoten, 1975-78. 36v. Excerpts from classical literature with translations into modem Japanese, notes and commentary. Readings are given for difficult kanji. Shinch6 Nihon koten shfisei. Shinchisha, 1976. 45v. Shinchisha collection of major pre-modem literary texts, including monogatari (narrative literature), poetry, etc.

Page  16 16 A68-A78 POETRY Waka (Japanese poetry) A68 7t inr HB * C RJ Sanekata Kiyoshi. Nihon bungei riron: Fuishiron. Kobundo, 1956. 424p. (Kansai Gakuin Daigaku kenkyu s6sho v.1) Systematic study of the development of waka, renga and haikai from antiquity to the early modem period. A69 U,&^1W- fn R R Hisamatsu Sen'ichi. Wakashi. Tokyodo, 1969-70. 5v. A history of waka poetry. Each volume is indexed. V.1 General survey. V.2 Ancient period. V.3 Medieval period. V.4 Early modem period. V.5 Pre-modem and modem periods. A70 ],] A fR i W Nyonin waka taikei, ed. by Nagasawa Mitsu. Kazama Shobo, 1962-78. 6v. Collection of waka by women, from antiquity to 1945. Index to names of poets. A71 FH * I A W 'M~-;* Nihon kajin koza, ed. by Hisamatsu Sen'ichi and Sanekata Kiyoshi. Kobundo, 1968-69. 9v. Signed essays on individual poets. Volumes are divided by period: ancient, Heian, medieval and early modem. V.9 (supplement) consists of a general list of poets and a general index. Gives readings for difficult names. A72 f t I - f H lki- Waka bungaku koza, ed. by Waka Bungakkai. Offisha, 1969-70. 12v. Lecture series on waka literature, signed essays. V. I The essence of waka and its expression. V.2 A history of waka and its poetics. V.3 Poet groups, utaawase (poetry competition), renga (linked verse). V.4 Man'y6shu and Imperial anthologies. V.5 Man'y6 poets. V.6 Poets of Heian period. V.7 Medieval and early modem poets. V.8 Modem poets, 1. V.9 Modem poets, 2. V.10 Appreciation of famous waka, 1. V.11 Appreciation of famous waka, 2. V. 12 A history of waka studies. A73 f[ 4 o r) 1M m 5~ 4f Waka no rekishi, ed. by Fujita Fukuo and Abe Masamichi. Offisha, 1972. 294p. Signed articles, chronologically and topically arranged, providing an introduction to the.history of waka. A74 0- Rk C W [: FM Waka bungaku no sekai, ed. by Waka Bungakkai. Kasama Shoin, 1973-74. 7v. An introduction to the world of waka literature through signed essays on topical and historical aspects of waka. V.7 includes a facsimile of Kokin wakashti jochui (introduction and notes to the Kokinshu), owned by the Y6mei Bunko. A75 i t A V, tHT 9 4 Karonshfi, ed. by Hashimoto Fumio, et al. Shogakkan, 1975. 637p. (Nihon koten bungaku zenshu, v.50) A collection of important critical essays on poetry, including Meigetsusho5 by Fujiwara no Teika and Kokka hachiron, by Kada no Arimaro. A76 -IMEMi W[1 %~~.a Abe Masamichi. Waka bungaku hasseishiron. Ofuisha, 1977. 695p. Topical essays on the origins and development of waka. Includes an index and readings for difficult kanji. Kanshi (poetry in Chinese) A77 H *,XA H -:I W Nihon shijin sen, ed. by Usui Yoshimi and Yamamoto Kenkichi. Chikuma Shobo, 1970-81. 30v. Selected works of more than 30 poets, from antiquity to the Edo period. Each poem is given with annotations and brief critical comments by specialists. Includes readings for difficult names. Index in each volume. Kayo (songs and ballads) A78 F H E H *: Shida Nobuyoshi. Nihon kayokenshi. Isseido, 1958, 1968. 2v.

Page  17 17 A detailed history of songs and ballads from the period of the Kojiki and Nihon shoki through the medieval period. Index with readings for difficult names. Continuation titled: Zoku Nihon kay6kenshi, 1968. Discusses songs and ballads of the Edo and modem periods, and the relationship between song and other literary forms. A78-A84 shusei, ed. by Shima Shin'ichi. Tokyod6, 1961-64, in 5 vols. divided by historical period. Haiku A83 W{ i X r6 f Haiku k6za. Meiji Shoin, 1969. 10v. Lecture series on Haiku: A79 Aff.- H* R ~)~F Asano Kenji. Nihon kayo no kenkyu. Tokyodo, 1961. 421p. Study of Japanese songs and ballads, especially of the medieval and early modem periods. Traces the history of kouta (little songs) and lists collections of kouta from the medieval period. Also discusses dance songs and folk songs of the early modem period. Contains a bibliography of Kayo, p. 367-392. Indexes to subjects and songs. A80 if = H* *Tw ~ ~ fJLr Asano Kenji. Nihon kay6 no hassei to tenkai. Meiji Shoin, 1972. 644p. Origins and development of songs and ballads, in 5 sections: 1. Origins of kayo; 2. aspects of Heian period kayo; 3. characteristics of medieval kayo; 4. issues in early modem period kayo such as Okuni joruri and early kabuki dance; 5. Japanese folk song. A collection of unpublished local dance songs, and a bibliography are appended. Index of first words of songs and a subject index. A81 f ~iW lr/; V, [ -,~ Nihon densh6 doyo shusei, ed. by Kitahara Hakushfi. Sanseid6, 1974-76. 6v. Collection of orally transmitted children's songs, organized by region, and covering the years between the early modem and end of the Meiji era. V. 1 contains a reference bibliography; V.6 a general index. A82 WRJ-; (RUT) H *7 i5 Takano Tatsuyuki. Kaitei Nihon kay6shi. Revised ed. Satsuki Shob6, 1978. 1282p. A scholarly history of Japanese vocal music. Traces the history of songs and ballads from antiquity to the Meiji period. Extensively documented, with source materials, illustrations, readings for difficult names and a detailed index. The source materials collected for the above work were published under the title: Nihon kayo shusei, revised edition, Tokyodo, 1942-61. 12v. This work Was supplemented under the title: Zoku Nihon kayo V. 1 History of haiku. V.2-3 Biographies of haiku poets. V.4 Commentaries on famous classical haiku. V.5 Haiku poetics and prose haiku. V.6 Commentaries on famous contemporary haiku. V.7 History of modem haiku. V.8 Modem haiku poets. V.9 History of the study of haiku. V. 10 History of haiku of various regions. Bibliography. Index. PROSE LITERATURE Setsuwa (tales) A84 H * c) n3 S Nihon no setsuwa. Tokyo Bijutsu Shuppan, 1973-76. 8v. Each volume is a collection of signed essays on topics in the study of setsuwa. Readings are given for difficult names. V. 1 A general introduction to the origins and background of setsuwa in India, China and Japan. V.2 The influence of setsuwa literature on other genre of literature from the ancient and Heian periods. V.3 The relationship between medieval setsuwa and Buddhism, and between setsuwa and other medieval literary genres. V.4 The origins of specific types of setsuwa and their relationship to medieval fiction and drama. V.5 Setsuwa in the Edo period. V.6 Setsuwa's influence on children's literature and on modem writers (including Mori Ogai, Yamada Bimy6, Tanizaki Jun'ichiro, Akutagawa Ryfinosuke, etc.); the connection between setsuwa and European fairy tales. V.7 The literary style and form of setsuwa. V.8 A handbook and dictionary of setsuwa literature. Lists over 100 setsuwa collections,

Page  18 18 A84-A95 providing information on author/compiler, contents and history of each compilation. Also lists over 80 modem translations, annotated editions, etc., of famous setsuwa collections, including critical commentary. Source material and index. A85 ~`Ji FAXfi?:)~- St: Ronsan setsuwa to setsuwa bungaku, Nishio K6ichi Kyoju taikan kinen ronshfi, ed. by Kubota Jun, et al. Chikuma Shob6, 1979. 580p. Collection of essays by specialists on selected topics in setsuwa literature, a festschrift in honor of Professor Nishio K6ichi. Nikki (diaries) A86: —> F'tJ, z ~S ft ~ 3_ Keene, Donald. Hyakudai no kakaku, translated by Kanaseki Hisao. Asahi Shinbunsha, 1985. 2v. (Asahi sensho) One hundred generations of travellers: toward understanding the Japanese through diaries. A collection of critical reviews of 80 travel diaries, from Ennin's travels in T'ang China (838 AD) to the Shimoda nikki (1854) by Kawaji Toshiakira. (Not published in English) V. 1 covers the Heian and Kamakura periods. V.2 the Muromachi and Tokugawa periods. Reference bibliography. Index. Kanbungaku A87 N1tM iE,2 H 7 i 7 Okada Masayuki. Nihon kanbungakushi. Revised and supplemented by Yamagishi Tokuhei and Nagasawa Kikuya. Yoshikawa k6bunkan, 1960. 477p. Traces the development of literature written by the Japanese in Chinese from the Nara to the Muromachi period. Index. A88 fTnMlJ9 H*jBjll i t s & Wada Toshio. Nihon kanshi kansho no susume. Aiiku Shuppansha, 1968. 216p. Introduction to Chinese style poetry composed by representative Japanese poets, from Abe Nakamaro, 701-770 A.D., to Natsume S6seki, 1867-1916. A89 H*i%3^ *9 t i ^% X Nihon kanbungakushi ronk6, ed. by Yamagishi * Tokuhei. Iwanami Shoten, 1974. 624p. Collection of essays by specialists on the history and study of Japanese literature in Chinese. A festschrift in honor of Professor Yamagishi Tokuhei. PERFORMING ARTS A90 aMPmH H1 n]j~tXF Suda Atsuo. Nihon gekijoshi no kenkyf. Sagami Shobo, 509p. A history of the theater in Japan, from antiquity through the Edo period. Emphasis is on staging and the design of the theater itself. Chronology of Japanese theaters and troupes. Illustrations. Index. A91 pHJfVfS H * it d 1:J t Kawatake Shigetoshi. Nihon engeki zenshi. Iwanami Shoten, 1959. 1490p. Authoritative history of Japanese theater, covering court dance and music (bugaku), N6, the rise and fall of kabuki, the diversification of kabuki in the Meiji, Taisho, Showa periods, and modem theatrical arts. Illustrations, detailed index. A92 iff i;: H * ], 5 Inoura Yoshinobu. Nihon engekishi. Shibundo, 1963. 1578p. History of Japanese theater from ancient court dance and music to contemporary theater, with emphasis on ancient and medieval arts and the development of N6. Gives readings for difficult names. Index. A93 mimf { t * l fi Kawatake Shigetoshi. Nihon gikyokushi. Offisha, 1964. 70 p. (Nihon janru betsu bungakushi, v.9) A history of Japanese drama from antiquity to modem times, tracing in detail the development of N6, kabuki and j6ruri (the puppet theater). Includes readings for special names. A detailed index. A94 i ff ^ A=% H * A,)fP4 Kawatake Shigetoshi. Gaisetsu Nihon engekishi. Iwanami Shoten, 1966. 533p. A survey history of Japanese drama intended for students and the general reader. Contains many illustrations and genealogies of famous theatrical families. Gives readings for special names. A detailed index. A95 *MEZ H;Ikf~ Honda Yasuji. Nihon no minzoku geino. Mokujisha, 1966- 70. 5v.

Page  19 19 A study of the early forms of popular performing arts before they developed into the high art forms of N6, ky6gen, etc. Each volume includes an index. V. 1 Kagura (sacred Shinto music and dance). V.2 Dengaku and furyfu (ritual Shinto and Buddhist music and dance). V.3 Ennen (dance performed by priests). V.4 Katarimono (dramatic recitation) and ffiryfi, 2. V.5 Performing arts of Okinawa and the southern islands. A96 F t ) tA, "- A^ Nihon no koten geino, ed. by Geinoshi Kenkyiikai. Heibonsha, 1969-71. 10v. Japan's traditional performing arts. Each volume is edited by specialists, discussing the history and practice of the performing arts. Bibliography. Illustrated and indexed. A95-A103 V.5 Kayo (songs and ballads). V.6 Kabuki. V.7 Ningy6 j6ruri (puppet theater). V.8 Yose (variety hall and misemono). V.9 Games. V.10 Refined arts. V. 11 Performing arts of the Southern islands. V.12-15 Records of performing arts. V. 16 (Supplement) Chronology of the performing arts. A99 V 4 i,k J tT X = Iwahashi Koyata. Geinoshi sosetsu. Yoshikawa Kobunkan, 1975. 446p. Essays on the history of the performing arts from ancient times to the middle ages. Includes detailed commentary on specific ballads, dances, musical forms, N6 and ky6gen. A100 -- =L^5ifWb Misumi Haruo. Geinoshi no minzokuteki kenkyu. Tokyod6, 1976. 373p. Folkloristic studies on the history of the performing arts. Covers Japan and Okinawa from antiquity to the early modem period. Gein6 ronsan, ed. by Honda Yasuji Hakushi Koki Kinenkai. Kinseisha, 1976. 764p. Festschrift in honor of Professor Honda Yasuji. Most of the 37 essays that make up the book concentrate on the folk or popular performing arts of Japan. Illustrations. V.1 Kagura (Shinto music). V.2 Gagaku (Court music). V.3 N6. V.4 Ky6gen. V.5 The tea ceremony, flower arranging, incense. V.6 Dance V.7 J6ruri (The puppet theater). V.8 Kabuki. V.9 Yose (variety hall). V.10 Essays on comparative arts. A97 f iTf1fi - *A 555C Origuchi Shinobu. Nihon gein6shi n6tohen, ed. by Origuchi Hakushi Kinen Kodai Kenkyfijo. Chuoi Koronsha, 1971. 516p. (Origuchi Shinobu zenshiu, Notohen, v.5) Notes on the performing arts, from the earliest, prototypical forms to the established forms such as No and ky6gen. Includes essays on the beliefs and cultural background that gave rise to the arts in ancient Japan. Index. A98 H *,A s - Nihon shomin bunka shiryo shasei, ed. by Gein6shi Kenkyuikai. San'ichi Shob6, 1973-79. 16v. A collection of texts concerning Japanese popular culture. V. 1 Kagura, Bugaku (court dance). V.2 Dengaku (ritual Shinto and Buddhist music and dance), Sarugaku (antecedent of N6). V.3 N6. V.4 Ky6gen. A102 h fe L C * ~?A; f W~ Gein5 to bungaku: Inoura Yoshinobu Hakushi kak6 kinen ronbunshi. Kasama Shoin, 1977. 529p. Festschrift in honor of Professor Inoura Yoshinobu. Essay subjects range from ancient music and dance, to Chikamatsu and the puppet theater. A103 1 * <) WA M^ Nihon no geidan, ed. by Ozaki Hotsuki, et al. Kyugei Shuppan, 1978-79. 8v. Essays on the performing arts. Each volume is edited by a specialist in the subject. V. 1-2 Kabuki; V.3 N6, ky6gen, and j6ruri; V.4 Dance and music; V.5 The new school of drama, comedy; V.6 Motion pictures; V.7-8 Dramatic arts.

Page  20 20 A104-All] A104 Jl S4- tTaishui geino shiryo shuisei. San'ichi Shobo, 1980-81. lOv. Collection of texts on the popular arts. V. 1 Sacred and festival arts, I: manzai (felicitous recitation and dance). V.2 Sacred and festival arts, II: kagura (Shinto music). V.3 Sacred and festival arts, III: zashikigei (performing arts at banquets), etc., daid6gei (street arts). V.4 Yose arts (variety hall), I: rakugo (comic monologue). V.5 Yose arts, II: Kodan (storytelling). V.6 Yose arts, III: rokyoku (narration of historical stories). V.7 Yose arts, IV: manzai (comic dialogue). V.8 Stage arts, I: niwaka (impromptu ky6gen), mansaku (Kanto region folk dance), kagura shibai (Shinto music and drama). V.9 Stage arts, II: popular drama, I. V.10 Stage arts, III: popular drama, II. A105 EH * R m APi -&3f Nihon gein6shi, ed. by Geinoshi kenkyukai. Hosei Daigaku, 1981-83. 7v. History of Japanese performing arts: V.1 The primitive and the ancient period. V.2 From antiquity to the Kamakura period. V.3 The medieval period: war period of the Northern and Southern courts and the Muromachi period. V.4 From the medieval period to the Kan'ei era of the early modem period, 1532-1644. V.5 1661-1801 of the early modem period. V.6 From Bunka-Bunsei to the 20th year of Meiji, 1804/1830-1886. V.7 From the 20th year of Meiji to the present, 1886-1975. A107 iT hiJ * HU c F Kishibe Shigeo. Nihon no ongaku: rekishi to riron. Kokuritsu Gekijo Jigyobu, 1974. 104p. (Kokuritsu Gekijo gein6 kansh6 koza) The history and theory of Japanese music. A primer of Japanese traditional music, part of a lecture series of publications on the appreciation of the arts sponsored by the National Theater of Japan. Includes a bibliography and a chronological table. Narrative Arts A108 J\I Ii 9 4 j3( t~ Kadokawa Gen'yoshi. Katarimono bungei no hassei. Tokyod6, 1975. 621 p. The development of narrative arts. Traces the origin and refinement of narrative arts from antiquity through the Edo period, focusing on the relationship between katarimono and other art forms. Also comments in detail on famous recited narratives such as Heike Monogatari, Soga Monogatari, Gikeiki and others. A109 4W*h$l H * T 5 Nakayama Tar6. Nihon mojinshi. Yagi Shoten, 1976. 2v. A reprint of the 1934 edition. A history of the blind in Japan, from antiquity to Meiji 4 (1872), when the Office for the Blind was terminated. Gives a history of the role the blind played in the performing arts. Appended are a list of source materials and an explanation of the specialized vocabulary used by the blind. A110 f{ tk '* J pi 9 tJ ) A/ Sasaki Hachiro. Katarimono no keifu. Enl. ed. Chikuma Shob6, 1977. 289p. The lineage of recited narrative, from antiquity through the Edo period. Each volume contains a reference bibliography. ORAL LITERATURE Music A106 J1l|:u5 EHl*~ efc Kikkawa Eishi. Nihon ongaku no rekishi. S6gensha, 1965. 733p. A history of traditional Japanese music, from antiquity to modem times, with emphasis on the music of the Edo period. Alll IIM WH I 4 -~ Yanagita Kunio. "K6sho bungei shiko," in Teihon: Yanagaita Kunio shu, vol. 6. Chikuma Shob6, 1963. p. 1-150. Thoughts on the history of orally transmitted literature.

Page  21 21 A112-A123 A112 ~i} l:l 7 H; Yanagita Kunio. "Mukashi banashi to bungaku," in Teihon: Yanagita Kunio shu, vol. 6. Chikuma Shob6, 1963. p. 151-329. Folktales and literature. A113 #PlBHM g t M rW{i i; Yanagita Kunio. "Josei to minkan densho," in Teihon: Yanagita Kunio shui, vol. 8. Chikuma Shob6, 1962. p. 315-451. Women and the transmission of popular culture. A114 FHTijf HB"3$ S, K6sh6 bungei no sogo kenkyyu, ed. by Usuda Jingor6. Miyai Shoten, 1974. 314p. Eighteen essays by specialists on issues in the study of oral literature and the transmission of folk culture. A115 PI:I ^ ^ HffiTl:MK t3C~ Kosh6 bungei no tenkai, ed. by Usuda Jingor6 Hakushi Kanreki Kinen. Kokugakuin Daigaku, Bungaku Dai 2 Kenkyfishitsu, Kinen Ronbunshu Iinkai. Offisha, 1974-75. 2v. A festschrift in honor of Professor Usuda Jingoro, on the development of oral literature. A 1 6 m1 R; 13 H 9 * " S Seki Keigo. Nihon no mukashi banashi: hikaku kenkyui josetsu. Nippon H6s6 Shuppan Ky6kai, 1977. 424p. Compares Japanese folktales with those of the West and Asia. A117 H * M A MI R~,~ 3 Nihon mukashi banashi taisei, ed. by Seki Keigo. Rev. and enlarged ed. Kadokawa Shoten, 1978-80. 12v. Anthology of Japanese folktales. Grouped into three types with more than 700 subdivisions. Also includes data on the distribution and variations of a given story type. A118 1* M11M9 ~A Shinpen Yanagita Kunio zenshii. Chikuma Shobo, 1978- 79. 12v. Based on "Teihon Yanagita Kunio shfi," 1963-71, in 31 v. A new complete collection of Yanagita Kunio's works, rewritten in modem Japanese. Each volume contains an explanatory essay by a specialist. V. 12 contains a bibliographical essay, ed. by Kamada Fusako. LANGUAGE A119 &]g129Z H * U 0h, Hattori Shir6. Nihongo no keit6. Iwanami Shoten, 1959. 421p. The etymology of the Japanese language. Traces the origins of Japanese using sources from Altaic, Korean, Ryukyuan, and Ainu. Index. A120 H * ig c I f ~,#,T, I Nihongo no rekishi, ed. by Doi Tadao. Rev. ed. Shibundo, 1959. 258p. (Kokubungaku kaishaku to kansho, special issue, 10/19/59) Collection of essays which gives a sociological interpretation of the history of the Japanese language: -The birth of the Japanese language, by Ono Susumu; -The language of the Heian period, by Nakata Norio; -The language of the Edo period, by Yoshida Sumio; -The establishment and development of the modem language, by Matsumura Akira. A121 7 —kil T Po,,..t Nagayama Isamu. Kokugo ishikishi no kenkyti. Kazama Shobo, 1963. Studies in the history of the Japanese language from antiquity through the medieval period. Based on poetic criticism and other sources. Index. A122 V al: H * i M I Iwai Yoshio. Nihon goh6shi. Kasama Shoin, 1970-74. 4v. Traces changes in idiom use, phraseology and syntax from antiquity through the Edo period. Each volume includes readings for difficult characters, and modem translations of ancient source materials. Index. V. 1 Nara and Heian periods. V.2 Kamakura period. V.3 Muromachi period. V.4 Edo period. A123 44 PtA E9 g Koza kokugoshi. Taishukan Shoten, 1971-77. 7v. Lecture series on the history of the Japanese language.

Page  22 22 A123-A132 V. 1 A historical overview of Japanese, ed. by Matsumura Akira. V.2 Phonology and writing systems, ed. by Nakata Norio. V.3 Vocabulary, ed. by Sakakura Atsuyoshi, et al. V.4 Grammar, ed. by Tsukijima Yutaka. V.5 Honorifics, ed. by Tsujimura Toshiki. V.6 Style and everyday words, ed. by Sat6 Kiyoji. V.7 (Supplement) Contains source materials, chronology and a glossary. A124 {N-M NIeMA"~ Sat6 Kiyoji. Kokugo goi no rekishiteki kenkyti. Meiji Shoin, 1971. 381 p. A historical study of the Japanese vocabulary, focusing on various geographical regions and various historical periods. Index. A125 litt ff t Shinmura Izuru zenshu. Chikuma Shobo, 1971-73. 15v. V. 1-7 contains essays and extensive works on topics in the study of the Japanese language. A126 /,J tl'. [ _'tif Komatsu Hideo. Kokugoshigaku kisoron. Kasama Shoin, 1973. 538p. (Kasama sosho) Basic history of the Japanese language. Bibliography includes materials in English, French and German. Index. A127 ~tJroW W ]i`A:j~ - Tokieda Motoki Hakushi ronbunshu. Iwanami Shoten, 1973- 76. 3v. Collection of Professor Tokieda's essays on Japanese language study. V.1 The essential nature of Japanese language. V.2 Grammar and syntax. V.3 Language in everyday life. A128 H*6W^ 1^ M j t HN Ak Shinpojumu Nihongo, ed. by Matsumura Akira, et al. Gakuseisha, 1974-75. 5v. Symposium: the Japanese language. Index in each volume. V. I The history of the Japanese language. V.2 Japanese grammar. V.3 Meaning and vocabulary. V.4 Japanese writing system. V.5 Dialects. A129 V *J ~~" Shin Nihongo koza. Chobunsha, 1974-75. lOv. New lectures on the Japanese language. V. 1 Modem Japanese words and writing systems. V.2 Japanese grammar. V.3 Dialects and pronunciation in modem Japanese. V.4 The history of the Japanese language. V.5 The Japanese language in everyday life. V.6 The past, present and future of Japanese language education. V.7 Writers and style. V.8 The spoken language in modem Japan. V.9 The people responsible for the shaping of modem Japanese. V.10 Language in culture and society. A130 JT '4 zIf 5 K Iwanami k6za Nihongo, ed. by Ono Susumu and Shibata Takeshi. Iwanami Shoten, 1976-78. 13v. Lecture series: the Japanese language. Bibliography in each volume. V. 1 The Japanese language and language study. V.2 Language in everyday life. V.3 Topics in the study of the Japanese language and the classics. V.4 Keigo (honorific language). V.5 Phonetics. V.6 Grammar. V.7 Grammar. V.8 Writing systems. V.9 Vocabulary and meaning. V.10 Written style. V. 11 Dialects. V. 12 The etymology and history of the Japanese language. V. 13 (Supplement) Issues in the study of the Japanese language. General index. A131 ~,g, [J A tm i: Doi Tadao. Kokugoshi ronko. Sanseid6, 1977. 386p. (Doi Tadao Hakushi On-Chosaku senshu v.3) Nineteen previously published essays on the historical characteristics of the Japanese language. Divided into Christian literature, Heian literature and Kamakura-Muromachi literature. A132 [:[AIl& 1m - _ m Iwabuchi Etsutaro. Kokugoshi ronshut. Chikuma Shobo, 1977. 550p.

Page  23 23 A132-A140 Festschrift of previously published essays on the history of the Japanese language in honor of Professor Iwabuchi Etsutar6's 70th birthday. A133 IUW[IlE~.f f 'it- ]t m RR Kokugogaku to kokugoshi, ed. by Matsumura Akira Ky6ju Kanreki Kinenkai. Meiji Shoin, 1977. 1220p. The Japanese language: its study and history. A festschrift. A134 ft' _NtI H * co V" Sat6 Kiyoji. Nihon no Kango. Kadokawa Shoten, 1979. 466p. Japanese words of Chinese origins. A135 H* "OD E ) -f;-, Nihongo no keito, ed. by Ono Susumu. Shibundo. 1980. 273p. (Gendai no espuri, special issue) Traces the origins of the Japanese language with reference to the languages of Tibet, Burma, the islands of Southeast Asia, etc. V.2 Historical changes in grammar. V.3 Comparison of classical and modem grammar. V.4 Historical changes in vocabulary. V.5 Comparison of classical and modem vocabulary. V.6 Comparison of classical and modem writing. V.7 Sentence structure, history, 1. V.8 Sentence structure, history, 2. V.9 Honorifics, history. V. 10 Comparison of Japanese and other languages, 1. V. 11 Comparison of Japanese and other languages, 2. V. 12 Comparison of Japanese and other languages, 3. V. 13 Index. A138 11 "t t, iE Kokugogakushi ronso, ed. by Takeoka Masao. Kasama Shoin, 1982. 459p. Treatises on the history of the Japanese language. Contains 20 essays by specialists in honor of Professor Takeoka Masao. A136 H 4* ~)t:W Nihongo no sekai. Cho6 Koronsha, 1980-(83) (16v.) The world of the Japanese language. V. 1 Formation of the Japanese language, by Ono Susumu. V.2 Not yet published. V.3 Chinese characters, ed. by Kaizuka Shigeki and Ogawa Tamaki. V.4 Japanese characters. V.5 Kana, by Tsukishima Hiroshi. V.6 Grammar, by Kitahara Yasuo. V.7 Phonemes, by Komatsu Hideo. V.8 Words: East and West, by Tokugawa Munekata. V.9 The language of Okinawa, by Hokama Shuzen. V.1,0 Not yet published. V. 11 Poetry, by Ooka Makoto. V. 12 Drama, by Kinoshita Junji. V. 13 The novel, by Noguchi Takehiko. V. 14 Prose, ed. by Sugimoto Hidetaro. V. 15 Translation, by Kawamura Jiro. A137 I ) WA: O A1 Rt~ —;,V Koza Nihongogaku, ed. by Morioka Kenji et al. Meiji Shoin, 1981-82. 13v. Lectures on the Japanese language. V. 1 General introduction. LIFE AND CULTURE Life and culture of the Japanese people who produced or appreciated the literature. Includes such subjects as ethnological and folklore studies, living conditions, arts, education, publishing and the reading public wherever related to literature. A139 MW;LE I7 S ict~- 5& F~ Nishioka Toranosuke. Nihon bungaku ni okeru seikatsushi no kenkyu. Tokyo Daigaku Shuppankai, 1954. 428p. History of Japanese life and customs as manifested in literature. Examines the social environment that led to the development of literature in Japan from antiquity to the Edo period. Gives readings for difficult names. Index of topics, personal names and titles. A140 H ~5 3 Kokumin seikatsushi kenkyu, ed. by Ito Tasaburo. Yoshikawa K6bunkan. 1957-62. 5v. Collection of essays on everyday Japanese life. V. Life and politics. V.2 Life and socio-economics. V.3 Life and education. V.4 Life and religion. V.5 Life and ethics, customs.

Page  24 24 A141-A147 A141 H wk^. Nihon minzokugaku taikei. Heibonsha, 1958-60. 13v. Systematic study of Japanese folklore: a collection of essays: V.1 The origins and development of ethnology. V.2 Issues and history of Japanese ethnology. V.3 Society and folklore, 1. V.4 Society and folklore, 2. V.5 Occupations and folklore. V.6 Daily life and folklore, 1. V.7 Daily life and folklore, 2. V.8 Religious beliefs amd folklore. V.9 Entertainment and recreation. V.10 Oral traditions. V. 11 Folklore studies by geographical area. V. 12 Okinawan folklore. V. 13 Research methods in Japanese ethnology. Bibliography. General index. A 142 [11 q H *FL:.A GAWK: A IX Zusetsu Nihon shomin seikatsushi, ed. by Naramoto Tatsuya, et al. Kawade Shobo Shinsha, 1961-62. 8v. Illustrated history of the life of the Japanese people. Divided by period, each volume describes living conditions, including, food, clothing, shelter, occupations, religion and and the arts. Index. A143 I i A* - WA Seikatsushi, ed. by Morisue Yoshiaki, et al. Yamakawa Shuppansha, 1965-. 3v. (Taikei Nihonshi sosho, v. 15-17) Collection of essays on the history of living conditions in Japan. V. 16 covers Sengoku through the Edo period. V. 17, from Meiji to World War II. Bibliography. Index. (V. 15, to be published in 1985) A144 4i Ad X C e - Sk Shinoda Osamu. Kome no bunkashi. Shakai Shisosha, 1970. 326p. History of eating habits in Japan, focusing on the use and consumption of rice. Illustrations. A145 FB JtTIiZL A W Nihon seikatsu bunkashi, ed. by Tsuboi Kiyotari, et al. Kawade Shobo Shinsha, 1974-75. 10v. Profusely illustrated cultural history of Japanese life. Contains a chronological table. Index. V. 1 The fount of Japanese life. (Pre-history - Tumulus age) V.2 Life of the commoner and the nobleman. (Asuka - Heian period) V.3 Origins of the Japanese way of life. (Heian - Kamakura period) V.4 Rise of living standard of the commoners. (Kamakura - Muromachi period) V.5 From the chaos of war to an orderly life. (Sengoku - Edo period) V.6 Japanese way of life, established. (Edo period) V.7 Impact of western civilization. (Edo - Meiji period) V.8 The nation in the life of the people. (Meiji period) V.9 Development of a citizenry. (Meiji - Showa period) V. 10 From a warring nation to a democratic nation. (Wartime - Postwar period) A146 ) t *M2I{@; iNSHE -, Koza Nihon no minzoku, ed. by Oto Tokihiko, et al. Yiiseid6, 1978-82. lOv. Lectures on Japanese folklore: V.1 Introduction, ed. by Oto Tokihiko. V.2 Structure of society, ed. by Mogami Takayoshi. V.3 Etiquette, ed. by Inoguchi Sh6ji. V.4 Food, clothing, shelter, ed. by Miyamoto Kotaro. V.5 Occupations, ed. by Kawaoka. V.6 Annual events, ed. by Oshima Takehiko. V.7 Religion, ed. by Sakurai Tokutaro. V.8 Performing arts, ed. by Honda Yasuji. V.9 Oral literature, ed. by Mitani Eiichi. V. 10 (Supplement) handbook for research in folklore. A147 Hk { {,~ 1 Nihon minzokugaku bunken somokuroku, ed. by Nihon Minzokugaku Gakkai. K6bundo, 1980. 1474p. A bibliography of Japanese studies in folklore, covering such subjects as social structure, conventional formalities, food and clothing, occupations, annual events, religion, performing art and oral literature. Also included are listings of folklore magazines arranged by prefecture and the contents of collected works of specialists in the field.

Page  25 25 A148-A149 A148 Irrq Y 5 It11 W' -H Nenju gy6ji no bungeigaku, ed. by Yamanaka Hiroshi and Imai Gen'e. K6bund6, 1981. 456p. Collection of essays on literature and the annual events of the Japanese religious and social calendar. A149 fn;AtMl { Wakamori Tar6 chosakushu, ed. by the Publishing Committee. K6bund6, 1980-83. 16v. V. 1 Japanese communal society. V.2 Shugend6 (mountaineering aestheticism). V.3 Shrines and festivals. V.4 Ancient religion and society. V.5 Social life and customs. V.6 Japanese life. V.7 Life of the common people. V.8 The Japanese people. V.9 Theory of folklore. V.10 Historiography and ethnology. V. 11 Interpretation of history. V.12 Society and etiquette. V. 13 Teaching history. V. 14 History, legends and climate. V. 15 Sum6 and folklore. V. 16 (Supplement) Essays on books.

Ancient Period

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Page  26 26 B1-B8 ANCIENT PERIOD This section covers the years between the beginnings of recorded history and end of the 8th century. Nihon shoki, Kojiki, and Man'yoshf are the major works of this period, important to students of literature and history alike. Special terms: waka (Japanese poetry) kayo (songs and ballads) setsuwa (tales, legends, fables) GENERAL B 1 I.- - H *X(@ WF Mitani Eiichi. Nihon bungaku no minzokugakuteki kenkya. Yfiseido, 1960. 672p. A study of the origins of Japanese literature in folklore and religion, continuing the scholarly tradition of Origuchi Shinobu and Yanagita Kunio. Contains chapters on the foundations and characteristics of oral literature, the transmission of folklore by occupational groups such as fishermen and bamboo gatherers, etc. B2 f_ M: E a b ~ $' Jodai bungaku: kenkyu to shiryo, ed. by Keio Gijuku Daigaku Kokubungaku Kenkyfikai. Shibundo, 1961. 280 p. (Kokubungaku ronso, no.4) A collection of essays on the Man'yosha and Chinese literature. Pt.l discusses the poetic description of nature. Pt.2 contains a documented study of Nihon shoki, citing sources in chronicles such as Kojiki, Sendai kujiki (legends of antiquity), and Kogoshai (Gleanings from ancient stories). B3 tt f M, F3 MT!, AA Ota Yoshimaro. Kodai Nihon bungaku shichoron. Ofusha, 1961-66. 6v. (4 parts) Essays on ancient Japanese literary trends, discussing the origins of Kojiki, Nihon shoki, ancient poems, etc. B4 /1, t; J~ X 5 A ANP Kojima Noriyuki. J6dai Nihon bungaku to Chfgoku bungaku. Hanawa Shobo, 1962-65. 3v. Study of the Chinese influence on early Japanese literature as seen in the Kojiki, Nihon shoki, Fudoki, Many6shu and Chinese books introduced to Japan in the ancient period. B5 7k~k IE ~ftl { * 3E, Okubo Tadashi. Jodai Nihon bungaku gaisetsu. Shuiei Shuppan, 1963. 27 lp. A survey of ancient Japanese literature, from ritual chants, ballads and songs to lyrical literature, Man'yoshf, and Kaifuso (Fond recollection of poetry). Contains a bibliography and a chronology. Index. B6 NWA; - Rt Saigo Nobutsuna. Nihon kodai bungakushi. Revised ed. Iwanami Shoten, 1963. 318p. (Iwanami zensho) History of Japanese literature in antiquity, divided by period and genre: mythology and descriptive poetry, lyric poetry, and monogatari (narrative) literature. Chronology. Index. B7 ^^TSMM M _&N:t l^ Okuma Kiichiro. Kodai bungaku no genryu. Offisha, 1966. 263p. Collection of essays on the intellectual life of the ancient Japanese as revealed in literature. B8 ^W^S t& B A~fi fA Hirano Jinkei. Kodai Nihonjin no seishin kozo. Miraisha, 1966. 355p. Spirituality of the ancient Japanese as reflected in incantation, religion, literature, mythology, and the

Page  27 27 B8-B21 arts. Coverage is from the pre-historic period to the Nara period. Hirano Jinkei. Zoku Kodai Nihonjin no seishin kfz5. Miraisha, 1976. 499p. Continuation of the above entry. Discusses the ancient Japanese view of religion, humanity, nature, literature, and time. Kurano Kenji. J&Iai Nihon koten bungaku no kenk~yti. Offisha, 1968. 1336p. A study of the classical literature of ancient Japan. In 3 sections: ritual chants, Kojiki, and Man'y~shfi. Bli B -&AZL f Mitani Eiichi. Koten bungaku to minzoku. Iwasaki Bijutsusha, 1968. 443p. (Minzoku mingei s~sho) A collection of essays on classical literature and folklore. Discusses the methodology of the combined study of folklore and literature. Indexes for names, subjects, waka, haiku, kay6. Obata Kiichir6. Kodai bungaku josetsu: Kiki to kodai. Offisha, 1968. 446p. An introduction to the Nihon shoki, Kojiki, and ancient drama. The author focuses on antiquity, a period about which very little is known, and proposes a new genre that combines poetry, prose and drama. The development of this genre is traced. Index, p.427-46. Okuma Kiichir6. Kodai bungaku no k~s6: Man'y6 shtfi no sekai. Musashino Shoin, 1971. 28Op. Continuation of Kodai bungaku no genryai (B7). On the world of the Man'y~shfi. B14 k;AkPM-$ M Okuma Kiichir6. Kodai bungaku no dent5. Kasama Shoin, 1978. 445p. Continuation of the above entry. On the traditions of ancient literature: the Man'y6shti, the ballads and songs in Kojiki and Nihon shoki, and ancient narrative literature. B 15 ~/9 -X f7,c7 Shiriizu Kodai no bungaku, ed. by Kodai Bungakkai. Musashino Shoin, 1974-82. 7v. Ancient literature. V.1I Poets of the Man'y6shfi. V.2 Language in the Man'y5shfi. V.3 The birth of literature. V.4 Imagination and form in waka. V.5 Stories and oral transmission. V.6 The development of ancient literature. V.7 Subject matter and style in poetry. Doi K~ichi. Kodai densetsu to bungaku. Iwanami Shoten, 1977. 467p. (Doi K6chi chosakushii, v.2) Explores the similarities between ancient Japanese literature and legends, and those of other lands. B17 A~~~~~~~~~~~ ~15 Nagafuji Yasushi. Kodai Nihon bungaku to jikan ishiki. Miraisha, 1979. 24'7p. Discusses the attitude of the ancient Japanese toward time, as it was expressed in literary works, such as Kojiki, Nihon shoki, Man'y6shfi, Makura no s6shi, Genji monogatari, etc. B 18 ~_fHi*C*4_ rP tV J,5dai Nihon bungakushi, ed. by Nakanishi Susumu. Yiuihikaku, 1979. 22Op. (Yfihikaku s~7sho. Nytimon, kiso chishiki hen) A topical history of ancient Japanese literature. Contains a chronological table. Index. By Period B 19 PjiN-: n,~ -1 Tokumitsu Kytiya. Hakuh65 bungakuron. H6sei Daigaku Shuppanbu, 1959. 3313p. An introduction to Hakuh6i literature and its historical and social background, with studies of Tenmu Tenno-, Kojiki and early Man'yo- poets. B20 P6CD 4P1. n.~ **M Tokumitsu Kyiiya. Hakuh6 bungaku shinron: Kiki, Man'yo-, Fudoki no hihyiiteki kenkyil. Chikuma Shobii, 1978. 6l3p. (Chikuma siisho) A companion volume of the above entry, Hakuho& bungakuron. A critical study of the Kojiki, Nihongi, Man'y~ishfi, etc., which serves as an introduction to early Nara period art and culture. Kkza Asuka no rekishi to bungaku, ed. by Yokota Ken'ichi and Aboshi Yoshinori. Shinshindb Shuppan, 1980-. In progress.

Page  28 28 B21-B28 Lectures on the history of Asuka literature. Collected Works B22 tfi:p{Jt A Origuchi Shinobu zenshu, ed. by Origuchi Shinobu Hakushi Kinen Kodai Kenkyfijo. Chuoi Koronsha, 1965-68. 32v. A complete collection of Professor Origuchi's works. V.1 Studies in ancient literature. V.2-3 Ancient folk literature. V.4-5 Modem translation of the Man'yoshiu. V.6 Man'yoshut dictionary. V.7-14 Studies of the classics. V. 15-16 Folk literature and traditions. V. 17-18 History of the performing arts. V. 19 The Japanese language. V.20 The Shinto religion. V. 21-22 Professor Origuchi's tanka poetry. V.23 'Shi' poetry. V.24 Fiction. V.25-26 Essays and lectures on poetry. V.27-28 Critical essays. V.29-30 Miscellaneous essays. V.31 Diaries and letters. V. 32 Index. B23 1ffi1f ^ >t - hv Origuchi Shinobu zenshui Notohen, ed. by Origuchi Shinobu Hakushi Kinen Kodai Kenkyfijo. Chuoi Koronsha, 1970-71. 19v. A collection of lecture notes written by Professor Origuchi. On the history of Japanese literature and the performing arts. B24 XiE i{ Takasaki Masahide chosakushui. Offisha, 1971. 8v. A collection of Professor Takasaki's works, ed. by his students at Kokugakuin University. V.1 The divine sword. V.2 The pre-literary period. V.3 Man'yoshu. V.4 The time of the 'rokkasen' (the six poetic geniuses). V.5 Monogatari (narrative) literature. V.6 The Tale of Genji. V.7 The birth of Kintaro. V.8 Commentary on the classics. B25 fWM' Takeda Yukichi chosakushu. Kadokawa Shoten, 1973. 8v. Collected works of Takeda Yuikichi. V. I The literature of the gods. V.2-4 Kojiki, (V.4 includes Fudoki). V.5-7 Man'y6shu. V.8 History of Japanese literature: poetry and prose. B26 AttE-HRP5:{ Ikeda Yasaburo chosakushu. Kadokawa Shoten, 1979-80. lOv. A collection of selected essays by Professor Ikeda on ancient literature, folk literature, and performing arts. Each volume contains a dialogue between Professor Ikeda and the volume editor, and a bibliographical commentary on the subject. V. 1 Antiquity, ed. by Nishimura Roru. V.2 Folk literature and the performing arts, ed. by Iguchi Tatsuo. V.3 Essays on folk traditions, ed. by Nakai K6jiro. V.4 Essays on literary traditions, ed. by Nishimura Toru. V.5 Folklore and literature, ed. by Iguchi Tatsuo. V.6 Characters from folklore, ed. by Hinotani Akihiko. V.7 Origuchi Shinobu's work, ed. by Iwamatsu Kenkichir6. V.8 The language of folklore, ed. by Sekiba Takeshi. V.9 Folkways, ed. by Nakao Tatsuo. V. 10 Miscellaneous essays, bibliographies, ed. by Oshima Aki. Festschrifts (a select list) B27 I t _k CI *~ A Jodai bungaku rons6: Gomi Tomohide Sensei Kanreki kinen, ed. by Kinen Ronbunshu Kank6kai. Ofusha, 1968. 601p. Festschrift of 21 essays on ancient literature and linguistics. Contains a bio-bibliography. B28 _]fzt f L- t I`!1 H 19: R Jodai bungaku to gengo, ed. by Sakaida Ky6ju Kiju Kinen Ronbunshi Kank6kai. Maeda Shoten, 1974. 650p.

Page  29 29 B28-B41 Ancient Japanese language and literature. A study of the terms and names that appear in Kojiki, Man'y~shii, etc. Kodai bungaku ronsha, ed. by Kurano Sensei Koki Kinen Ronbunshfi Kank6kai. Offosha, 1974. 691p. Essays on ancient language and literature. A brief bio-biliography. B30 ~I-f C ~ A- 3Tli-*#X rut J&Iai bungaku ronsO5: Gomi Tomohide Sensei koki kinen, ed. by Kinen Ronbunshii Kank.5kai and Man'y6shfi Shichiyikai. Chikuma shob6, 1977. 659p. (Ronshul j~dai bungaku, v.8) Festschrift of 30 essays on ancient language and literature. A bio-biliography. JBdai bungaku Ik~kyai: Ishii Sh~ji Hakushi Kiju Kinenkai ronbunshii, ed. by It6 Haku and Watase Masatada. Hanawa Shob#5, 1978. 398p. Festschrift of 23 essays on ancient literature. A short bio-bibliography. Kodai no bungaku to minzoku, ed. by Keio Gijuku Daigaku Kokubungaku Kenkyfikai. Ofiisha, 1980. 193p. (Kokubungaku rons6, shinshii 2) Festschrift in honor of Professor Ikeda, consisting of 7 essays on the relationship between literature and folk customs. MYTHOLOGY B33 *# R) R* 13lIEf Matsumura Takeo. Nihon shinwa no kenkyai. Baiffikan, 1954-58. 4v. A general study of Japanese mythology. Author and subject indexes in each volume. B34 ~HMiEH~ R* I1n 4')-fY Ueda Masaaki. Nihon shinwa no sekai. S~gensha, 1967. l86p. (S6gen shinsho) Formation of the mythical world and the political exigencies of the Nihon shoki and Kojiki. Includes a list of reference materials. B35 M-~-f~lfa- ~P OD TV Yamagami Izumo. Shinwa no genzi5. Iwasaki Bijutsusha, 1969. 289p. A study of the mythical prototypes indigenous to Japanese folklore and geography, before the formation of the Kojiki and Nihon shoki myths. B36 **V3 Aoki Kigen. Nihon shinwa no kisoteki kenkyai. Kazama Shob3, 1970. 568p. Basic studies in Japanese mythology. Pt. 1 Discusses the regional basis of the myths recorded in the fudoki. Pt. 2 Traces two mythical lines: Yamato and Izumo. Pt. 3 Treats the songs used in rites and ceremonies. Pt.4 Contains studies on the ritual prayers (norito) found in Kojiki and Engishiki. B 37 -fjl If Matsumae Takeshi. Nihon shinwa no keisei. Hanawa Shob6, 1970. 5O9p. The formation of Japanese myths and the people responsible for their transmission. Concentrates on the Izumo and Hyfiga myths in an attempt to complete a historical reorganization of Japanese mythology. B38~H- i E~ Unfl Ueda Masaaki. Nihon shinwa. Iwanami Shoten, 1970. 23Op. (Iwanami shinsho) An examination of the nature of Japanese myth as seen in the Nihon shoki and Kojiki. Shinpojamu Nihon no shinwa, ed. by It6 Kiyoshi and Obayashi Tary6. Gakuseisha, 1972-75. 5v. Symposium on Japanese mythology, from antiquity to the development of the Nihon shoki and Kojiki myths, discussed by mythologists, folklorists, archeologists and historians. Index in each volume. B40 etMM%-a`,f Moriya Toshihiko. Kiki shinwa ronlk5. Yfizanku, 1973. 4Olp. A textual and bibliographical search for the prototypes and stages of development of Japanese myths. Studies the mythology of the god of fire, the Takamagahara and Izumo myths, the descendants of the Sun Goddess, and Hyiiga mythology. B41 - Q) Mitani Eiichi. Nihon shinwa no kiban: Fudoki no kamigami to shinwa bungaku. Hanawa Shob6, 1974. 60Olp.

Page  30 30 B41-B51 A collection of 16 studies, based on textual, literary, ethnological and historical methodologies. Discusses mythology in Fudoki. B42 ElmWkft 1 Q~& / Nihon shinwa no hikaku kenkya, ed. by Obayashi Taryo. Hosei Daigaku Shuppan Kyokai, 1974. 433p. A collection of essays on comparative mythological research. Divided into 3 parts: Pt. 1 Comparison of Japanese and East Asian mythology. Pt.2 Comparison of Japanese and Southeast Asian/Oceanian mythology. Pt.3 Comparison of Japanese and northern Eurasian and Indian mythology. B43 k;hk 1 f W-Pi~ itN Obayashi Taryo. Nihon shinwa no kozo. Kobundo, 1975. 285p. The structure of Japanese mythology; a supplement to the author's previous works: Nihon shinwa no kigen (the origins of Japanese mythology) and Inasaku no shinwa (Mythology of rice culture). Divided into 3 sections: Pt. 1 The tripartite structure of the Japanese pantheon. Pt.2 Correlations of heaven, earth and water. Pt.3 The dialectic development of mythic plots. Contains a list of reference materials. Index. B44 N-AM H * 0X; 3 Koza Nihon no shinwa: Essays on Japanese mythology, ed. by its Editorial committee. Yuseido, 1976-78. 12v. Study of ceremony, consisting of chapters on the organization of court ceremonies, the new year's ceremony, banquets for high ranking officials, dance and music performances for the Great Enthronement Thanksgiving ceremony, etc. B46 ]jEk mVW) 3 Ct; Kurabayashi Shoji. Kyoen no kenkyu: bungakuhen. Offisha, 1969. 861p. Study of the court and religious ceremonies that gave rise to ballads and poetry. Covers the earliest ballads, from the Nihon shoki, Kojiki, and early poems from the Man'yoshui to the Shinto religious ballads of the medieval period. B47 A#]EE Nft* a Nishitsunoi Masayoshi. Kodai saishi to bungaku. Chuoi Koronsha, 1966. 505p. Collection of the author's previously published essays on ancient Shinto rites. Contents: the ancient view of the gods; ancient Shinto rites; antiquity as it appears in literature; the ancient view of the spirits. B48 1m1 Eloi & S Okada Seishi. Kodai oken no saishi to shinwa. Hanawa Shobo, 1970. 438p. Rites and ceremonies conducted by royalty in antiquity and their relation to mythology. B49 [~{La l*W & Fi;Er Yamagami Izumo. Kodai saishi densho no kenkyu. Yuizankaku, 1973. 475p. Collection of the author's previously published essays. Divided into 5 sections: Shinto ceremony and the transmission of myths; the transmission and consolidation of the Nihon shoki and Kojiki; the performing arts and state ceremonies; ancient beliefs and festivals; the geneology of Shinto thought. Index. B50 iTh X 7t{* e E Matsumae Takeshi. Kodai densho to kyatei saishi: Nihon shinwa no shuhen. Hanawa Shobo, 1974. 410p. Interdisciplinary studies on the origins of oral records and customs in ancient legends and court ceremonies. RECORDS Kojiki (Records of ancient matters) B51 T1 f t' ~z- h Kojiki Taisei. Heibonsha, 1956-58. 8v. V.1 V.2 V.3 V.4 V.5 V.6 V.7 Research methods in Japanese mythology. The formation and structure of Japanese myths. The structure of creation myths and the founding of Japan. The Takamagahara myths. The myths of Izumo. Heroic figures of ancient times. Japanese myths and rituals. V.8 Myth and Japan's ancient clans. V.9 Japanese mythology and Korea. V.10 Japanese mythology and the Ryukyus. V. 11 Comparative studies in Japanese mythology. V. 12 Japanese mythology and archeology. CEREMONIES, FESTIVALS B45 k'i;Ei k m~ -c fALM, Kurabayashi Sh6ji. Ky6en no kenkyu: gireihen. Offisha. 1965. 567p.

Page  31 31 B51-B62 A complete study of the Kojiki: V.1 The history of Kojiki research, ed. by Hisamatsu Sen'ichi. V.2 Kojiki as literature, ed. by Takagi Ichinosuke. V.3 Linguistics and literature, ed. by Takeda Yukichi. V.4 History and archeology, ed. by Sakamoto Taro. V.5 Mythology and folklore, ed. by Kazamaki Keijiro. V.6 Text, ed. by Kurano Kenji. V.7-8 Index, ed. by Takagi Ichinosuke and Tomiyama Tamiz6. B52 IffT:Z k t c;{^ Takeno Ch6ji. Kojiki no minzokugakuteki kenkyu. Bungad6 Shoten, 1960. 520p. The folkloristic studies of the Kojiki. Pt. 1 covers the age of the gods; Pt.2, the period from Jinmu Tenn6 to Kenso Tenn6 (660 B.C.-A.D. 487). B53 R I a E k Tf W, IS Kohon Kojiki, ed. by Kurano Kenji. Zoku Gunsho Ruijfi Kanseikai, 1965. 732p. The first fully collated text of the Kojiki, prepared by the Kojiki Gakkai. Commentary section appended. B54 ' ~: ~g lcE, I r *Tt;A MW Kojiki s6sakuin, ed. by Takagi Ichinosuke and Tomiyama Tamiz6. Heibonsha, 1974-77. 3v. General index to the Kojiki, designed for the use of specialists as well as for the interested layman. V. 1 text; V.2 indexes; V.3 supplement. B55 V;fW -NWODM3,f Sugano Masao. Kojiki setsuwa no kenkyu. Offisha, 1973. 340p. A collection of essays on setsuwa found in the Kojiki. Index. B56 NW-' 4, W ~: 4- f -1 Saig6 Nobutsuna. Kojiki kenkyu. Miraisha, 1973. 319p. Studies on the Kojiki. A collection of the author's previously published essays on "Hieda no Are", "Incest and myths", "The kuniyuzuri myth" (Surrender of the land by Okuninushi to the Sun Goddess), "Daijosai festival", "Jinmu Tenno", "The story of Yamato Takeru", and "Reflections on the history of research on Kojiki", etc. B57 ~:i 1 E ~ [WHEHB l Kojiki, ed. by Ueda Masaaki. Shakai Shis6sha, 1977. 319p. (Nihon kodai bunka no tankyfi) Nine essays on the Kojiki from different points of view: literary, historical, archeological, and folkloristic. Also compares the Kojiki with the legends and writings of Okinawa, Korea, Burma, Java, and the Ainu. B58 fY Jt I -* IEF Tokumitsu Kyuya. Kojiki kenkyashi. Kasama Shoin, 1977. 443p. (Kasama sosho) Introduction to the history of research in the Kojiki. Also indicates possible directions for the future of this research. Divided into 2 periods: from the medieval period to 1945, in which the work of more than 30 scholars is summarized; and 1945-75, which discusses in detail the work of contemporary scholars. Index. Nihon Shoki (Chronicles of Japan) B59 %L-[IJ Ql )*Tfeo Maruyama Jir6. Nihon shoki no kenkya. Yoshikawa Kobunkan, 1955. 359p. A collection of essays on the Nihon shoki. Includes the author's assessment of earlier scholarship. B60 H * IAk W 3 f - fAw V:W Nihon shoki kenkya, ed. by Mishina Akihide and Yokota Ken'ichi. Hanawa Shobo, 1969-(82) (12v.) Mishina Akihide organized a research group of historians, archeologists, folklorists and cultural anthropologists to study the Nihon shoki. The essays are the product of that group, edited by Yokota Ken'ichi after Mishina's death. An annual publication. B61 B1tEl HB A2~;i63F Tomoda Kichinosuke. Nihon shoki seiritsu no kenkyu. Kazama Shob6, 1969. 739p. Research on the consolidation of the Nihon shoki. Examines corrections between the Wado period Nihongi and the extant Nihon shoki, and attempts to delineate the character of the extant Nihon shoki through textual criticism. B62 r * H * w mH H * {Lf ffP W Kohon Nihon shoki, ed. by Kokugakuin Daigaku, Nihon Bunka Kenkyujo. Kadokawa Shoten, 1973-75. 2v.

Page  32 32 B62-B73 The 4 volumes of the collated Nihon shoki were published in these 2 volumes to commemorate the 90th anniversary of the founding of Kokugakuin University. B63 H -*,$t' 1 WP i{ Kohon Nihon shoki s6sakuin, ed. by Nakamura Hirotoshi. Kadokawa Shoten, 1964-68. 4v. General index to the collated Nihon shoki, indexes every kanji (character) and every word from the Nihon shoki, arranged so that any word from any part of the work, or in any writing system, can be easily found. Completed by Nakamura Hirotoshi after the death of Takeda Yfikichi, who conceived and began the project. Fudoki A collection of 8th century reports on the natural resources, geographical conditions, and oral traditions of each of approximately 60 Japanese provinces. Only five 'Fudoki' of substantial length are extant today. Study of the ballads sung during ancient ceremonies such as kunimi (land viewing) and utagaki (group singing and dancing). B68 ~i A '-Rf wV th~ Tsuchihashi Yutaka. Kodai kayo no sekai. Hanawa Shobo, 1968. 467p. (Hanawa sensho) An introductory study on the world of the ancient ballads. Contains a general index, an index of songs and ballads, and waka. B69 a MiIM5 ~'f~n~ Fujita Tokutaro. Kodai kayo no kenkya. Yiiseisha, 1969. 509p. A study of songs and ballads in Kojiki, Nihon shoki, Man'yosha, etc. Also discusses Muromachi period music and song. Illustrations include color plates. Index. B70 X-FH E f p Masuda Katsumi. Kiki kay6. Chikuma Shobo, 1972. 337p. (Nihon shijin sen) B64 fA iRJ * Ai ~BlE 0 X f Akimoto Kichiro. Fudoki no kenkyu. Osaka Keizei Daigaku K6enkai, 1963. 1085p. (Osaka Keizai Daigaku kenkyfi s6sho, no.4) Collection of works on Fudoki. Contents: geographical distribution of Fudoki; their establishment, transmission, contents, and literary value; history of the study of the Fudoki. B65 fi6~pl J ~ QiE- Uthi.4.I Uegaki Setsuya. Fudoki no kenkya narabini kanji sakuin. Kazama Shobo, 1972. 987p. A study of Fudoki. An outline section lists works on Fudoki. An index section includes a kanji stroke index, a kana reading index, and a character pronunciation index. Nine essays on songs and ballads in the Kojiki and Nihon shoki, treating them as an early manifestation of lyricism. B71 ~[ff~Y Tl N s f f Yoshimoto Takaaki. Shoki kay6ron. Kawade Shobo Shinsha, 1977. 49lp. Critical commentary on early ballads: on the origins of poetry; on ballad prototypes; on 'uta makura' (fixed epithets in poetry); on poetic style; and the development of waka. B72 i2WH R tL S O W E Watanabe Sh6go. Utagaki no kenkya. Miyai Shoten, 1981. 709p. A study of utagaki (group singing and dancing) POETRY found in the Kojiki and Nihon shoki, etc. PER~i vY Kayo (songs and ballads) B66 ~fti A -Nft 3 an A Tsuchihashi Yutaka. Kodai kayoron. San'ichi Shob6, 1960. 456p. Collection of 10 essays on ancient ballads. B67 ~i A- & ~ 1m{M $LoWI Tsuchihashi Yutaka. Kodai kayo to girei no kenkyu. Iwanami Shoten, 1965. 506p. B73.: ft IR Jq - 3 Furuhashi Nobuyoshi. Kodai kay6ron. Tojusha, 1982. 434p. Essays on ancient ballads. Contents: 1. the birthplace of literature; 2. the structure of the imperial system in antiquity; 3. Shinto ballads; 4. the development of 'shi' (Chinese style poetry); 5. the composition and development of song; 6. the early Man'y6 period; 7. Kakinomoto no Hitomaro. Index to songs and ballads.

Page  33 33 Man'y6shti "Collection for ten thousand generations" or "Collection of myriad leaves". This is the earliest collection of waka poetry. B74 7 Y X A Man'y6shu taisei. Heibonsha, 1953-56. 22v. The compendium of Man'y6shu: bibliographic, historical, linguistic, literary and folkloristic studies. Includes 5 volumes of indexes of words, and readings. V.22 contains a reference bibliography, chronology of studies. Index. B75 Kfr --- 7- I FJPr Hirano Jinkei. Man'y6 hihyoshi kenkyu: Kinseihen. Miraisha, 1965. 420p. Man'y6 studies in the Edo period. Chronology, 1640-1858, and index. B76 77 X * A X X/ig~ tji~ Man'y6shui rons6, Omodaka Hakushi kiju kinen. Suita, Ronbunshui Kank6kai, 1966. 751p. Festschrift of essays on the Man'yoshu in honor of Professor Omodaka. B77 ttBtf +Ptth WF3q Shibuya Torao. Chasei Man'yoshu kenkyu. Kazama Shob6, 1967. 970p. Medieval Man'yoshu research. Contains abstracts of the author's essays on ancient and medieval Man'y6 research and a bibliography of his works on the history of research, and indexes. B78 iff, MA 7S g * w 5 Kawano Yorito. Man'yogaku kenkyu: Kinsei. Ofusha, 1969. 293p. Edo period studies on the Man'yoshti. Focuses on Kamo no Mabuchi, the first great figure in the study of Man'y6 research. Divided into 3 sections: 1. An examination of Kamo no Mabuchi's Man'y6 research; 2. An examination of the work for an enlarged and revised edition of Kamo no Mabuchi's work titled: Man'y6ok by Koma Moronari; 3. Introduction of new source materials. Contains an author/title index and an index to Man'y6 poems. B79 t _ Ef^ 7 i A Ronshu j6dai bungaku, ed. by Man'y6 Shichiy6kai. Kasama Shoin, 1970-(82) (V. 12) An annual publication on the Man'y6shu. B80 7t V W t - Aft Man'yoshu koza. Hisamatsu Sen'ichi kanshui, ed. by Aso Mizue. Yfuseid6, 1972-75. 7v. B73-B87 Lecture series on Man'y6shu. Discusses the origins and influence of the Man'yoshu, the history of Man'y6 studies, the Man'y6 age, expression, style, poets and their poetry. The supplement volume contains a dictionary, with indexes, charts, and a chronology. B81 7 X t W: TMM)~ Vt Man'y5shu kenkyu, ed. by Gomi Tomohide and Kojima Noriyuki. Hanawa Shob6, 1972-83. (llv.) An annual publication of studies on the Man'y6shu. B82 NkM-~ At & Lf1t Hisamatsu Sen'ichi. Man'yosha to j6dai bungaku. Kasama Shoin, 1973. 488p. (Kasama s6sho) A collection of essays on the Man'y6shu and ancient literature. Discusses the literary, historical, and geographical aspects of the Man'yoshu, the Kojiki and Fudoki. B83 7Y %N *, * I1 Man'y6shu s6sakuin. Heibonsha, 1974. 2v. General index to the Man'y6shu. Reprint of the word index and the kanji index from Man'y6shu taisei (B74). B84 Aft It J i' S W It6 Haku. Kodai wakashi kenkyai. Hanawa Shobo, 1974-76. 7v. Documented studies of ancient waka in 3 parts: organization of Man'y6shu; poets and their poetry; literary expression and the composition of waka. Supplement volume consists of a chronology and subject index. B85 MfMA ~_Ak{J.E0 Kawano Yorito. J6dai bungaku kenkyuishi no kenkyti. Kazama Shob6, 1977. 446p. Study of the history of research in ancient literature with emphasis on the studies of Man'yoshu by Kamo no Mabuchi. B86 7i X 0 A,, Ng -I t?~ Man'y6 no hasso, ed. by Moriwaki Kazuo Hakushi Koki Kinen Ronbunshfi Kank6kai, Offisha, 1977. 649p. Festschrift of 34 essays on the conception of the Many6shu, by the students and colleagues of Professor Moriwaki. A bio-bibliography. B87 7)Y ~ ~k Man'y6shu o manabu. Yuhikaku, 1977-78. 8v.

Page  34 34 B87-B99 This study of the Man'y6shti elucidates the current state of Man'yo research. Each volume contains a section titled 'Discovery of the ancient language' and a waka index. B88 t * 77Z i W V Nqftf 4, Kohon Man'y6shut, ed. by Satake Akihiro, et al. New, revised and enlarged ed. Iwanami shoten, 1979-82. 17v. A new revised text of the Man'yoshtu which was first published in 1932, under the editorship of Sasaki Nobutsuna, et al. B89 X X 4 i g ~P Xt Man'y6shti nenpyo, ed. by Tsuchiya Bunmei. 2nd ed. Iwanami Shoten, 1980. 567p. Man'yoshu chronology: all the poems from the Man'yoshui are listed in order of composition. Poems and poets whose dates are uncertain are listed at the end. Each chapter includes an index to poems and poets. B90 SB1^ t 0fvf e {tin Gomi Tomohide. Man'yoshui no sakka to sakuhin. Iwanami Shoten, 1982. 477p. Collection of essays on Man'yo poets, including Kakinomoto Hitomaro, Takechi no Kurohito, Yamabe no Akahito, Otomo no Tabito, Yamanoue no Okura, and others. LANGUAGE B91 iTffn h ft v 9 L Mabuchi Kazuo. J6dai no kotoba. Shibundo, 1968. 268p. (Nihon bunpo shinsho) The language of antiquity. Attempts to unearth the language used by ancient Japanese. Contains a reference bibliography and an index. B92 {N:MWf ~Ifq1)N~ Saeki Umetomo. Nara jidai no kokugo. Sanseido, 1972. 213p. (Kokugo s6sho) Reprint of the 1950 edition. A standard survey of Nara period Japanese. Gives grammatical analyses of the classics including Man'yoshu, etc. B93 f fiE9 -h~M + w -' i EF Tanabe Masao. Jodaigo Chiukogo no kenkyiu. Offsha, 1976. 546p. Study of the language of antiquity and the Heian period. A collection of previously published essays. In 4 sections: sentence and word use; vocabulary; use of kana and kanji; history of the field; and comments on appreciation of the classics. PERFORMING ARTS B94 "M~ - fR1 Hf ^ Ikeda Yasabur6. Nihon geino denshoron. Chuo Koronsha, 1962. 322p. Folkloristic studies of the Japanese performing arts. A collection of essays on Japanese literature, song and dance. B95, - f IA"^o i Hama Kazue. Nihon gein6 no genryiu: sangakuko (san yueh). Kadokawa Shoten, 1968. 442p. Traces the relationship between early Japanese performing arts such as sarugaku and dengaku (music and dance) and Chinese 'san yueh' (popular music and dance). Index. B96 L[if9~: a H * t)LE Yamagami Izumo. Nihon geino no kigen. Yamato Shob6, 1977. 281p. (Nihon kodai bunka s6sho) The rise of the ancient performing arts of Japan is studied in its origins in Chinese festivals and Japanese mythology, and its close relationship to the political, economic, religious and military customs of the time. B97 r X*rtS-f: J.f Ogi Mitsuo. Nihon kodai ongakushi ron. Yoshikawa Kobunkan, 1977. 305p. Historical look at the changing role of music and its institutions in ancient Japanese society. LIFE AND CULTURE B98 RMARPT3 SkiQ, 6 W Sekine Masataka. Narach6 shoku seikatsu no kenkyut. Yoshikawa Kobunkan, 1969. 586p. (Nihon shigaku kenkyui s6sho) The eating habits of the Nara period, based on evidence found in Nara period documents on food, and references in the Nihon shoki, Kojiki, Man'yoshui and various local records. Also examines data on cooking utensils from the same sources. Contains a list of reference sources. Illustrations. Index. B99 *it RAI~ lQM: Sekine Masataka. Narach6 fukushokushi no kenkyu. Yoshikawa Kobunkan, 1974. 2v.

Page  35 Study of clothing of the Nara period, which was based on T'ang dynasty models, preserved in the Sh6s6in. Both domestic and continental Asian influences on Japanese clothing are examined. V.2 consists of illustrations, charts, and diagrams. Index. B100 M[M a- _kfl5..~ Machida K6ichi. Jodai chokokushi no kenkyu. Yoshikawa Kobunkan, 1977. 353p. Study of the 7th-8th century sculptures housed in the Horyuji. Illustrations include plates. B101 A A P5 ~R:)@ V W Fujishima Gaijir6. Jodai shiika no ie to niwa. Kokusho Kank6kai, 1977. 397p. 35 B99-B102 Discusses clothing, food, houses, and gardens based on the description of these given in the festival songs of the Kojiki and Nihon shoki, and in the poems of the Man'y5shui, Kokinshu, etc. Illustrations. B102 Aq/lJl& A tbIM Mushak6ji Minoru. Tenpyo geijutsu no k6b6. Ky6ikusha, 1981. 221p. (Ky6ikusha rekishi shinsho, Nihonshi) Historical and cultural study of various studio arts and artisans of the Tenpy6 era (729-65) with reference to their works and to biographical documents. Traces their gradual change of status from craftsmen dependent upon their patrons to independent artists.

Heian or Chuko Period

pp. 36-49

Page  36 36 C1-C8 HEIAN OR CHUKO PERIOD In the early Heian period Japanese literature was overshadowed by the influence of Chinese prose and poetry. But by 905, the year in which the Kokinshut was compiled, the native poetic tradition had reasserted itself. For several centuries Japanese poetry flourished, culminating in 1205 with the Shinkokinshu, greatest of the 21 Imperial Anthologies. Japanese prose literature also emerged in the Heian period, and reached its apogee in Genji monogatari. Special terms: kanbungaku (classical Chinese literature) kanshi (poetry in Chinese) monogatari (tales, narrative literature) nikki (diaries) utaawase (poetry contest) utamonogatari (poem tales) zuihitsu (essays) GENERAL Collection of essays on various genres of Heian literature, including waka, monogatari, diaries, travel accounts, essays, and songs. Appended are a chronology and a bibliography of references written in Western languages. Index. C4 4 nTjW ~^tiK Suzuki Tomotar6. Heian jidai bungaku rons6. Kasama Shoin,. 1968. 558p. Collection of 25 previously published essays on Heian literature, including tales, diaries, essays, and poetry. C5 MfH ~ t Ikeda Kikan senshu. Shibund6, 1968-69. 5v. Selected works of Ikeda Kikan. V. 1 Diaries and poetry. V.2 Tales, I. V.3 Tales, II. V.4 Essays. V.5 Makura no s6shi. Cl {9120ff^ f Sat6 Kenzo. Heian jidai bungaku no kenkyu. Kadokawa Shoten, 1960. 352p. Collection of previously published essays on Heian literature. Arranged by genre, including monogatari, nikki, waka, setsuwa, etc. C2 V# l I H *? Abe Akio. Nihon bungakushi: chukohen. Hanawa Shobo, 1966. 382p. (Hanawa sensho) Study of Heian literature. Organized chronologically: 9th century: Chinese-style poetic literature; 10th century: The beginnings of prose; 1 1th century: The age of prose literature; 12th century: Prose and waka. C3 C fA W; Heiancho bungakushi, ed. by Akiyama Ken, et al. Meiji Shoin, 1965. 970p. C6 k,,.b~t. Hagitani Boku. Heiancho bungaku no shiteki kosatsu. Hakuteisha, 1969. 364p. Study of literature during the 60 years from the death of Fujiwara no Michinaga to the age of the cloistered emperor system. Discusses the literature written by women at court, Buddhist literature, humorous literature, etc. C7 fW - E ~ * Sato Kenz6. Och6 bungaku zengo. Kadokawa Shoten, 1969. 299p. Collection of 19 essays on various literary works, including Genji monogatari, Makura no s6shi, Okagami, Konjaku monogatari, Tsurezuregusa, etc. C8 ~,~ M E '-f t Imai Gen'e. Och6 bungaku no kenkyu. Kadokawa Shoten, 1970. 462p.

Page  37 37 C8-C21 Bibliographical and historical studies of literature with emphasis on Ise monogatari, Makura no soshi, and Genji monogatari. Bibliography and index. C9 -Hi fCi E _ e ( ft Tsunoda Bun'ei. OchO no eizo. Tokyod6, 1970. 612p. Collection of essays on prominent historical and literary figures of the Heian period, including Ono no Komachi, Ariwara no Narihira, Sei Shonagon, etc. Arranged chronologically. Bibliographical references at the end of each chapter. Index. C10 [A3fJ. m - - fi~ Heiancho bungaku kenkyu: sakka to sakuhin - Oka Kazuo Hakushi shoju kinen ronshi, ed. by Waseda Daigaku Heianch6 Bungaku Kenkyfikai. Yuseido, 1971. 743p. Festschrift of essays on Heian period authors and their works. Cll m 3 Chuko bungaku ronko, Yamagishi Tokuhei Sensei sh6ju, ed. by Yamagishi Tokuhei Sensei o Tataerukai. Yiseido, 1972. 542p. C12 N;,u,- T- aA?; Nishiki Tadakazu. Heian bungaku ronko. Kyoto, Daigakud6 Shoten, 1973. 301p. Collection of essays on Heian literature treating the study of diaries, waka, and monogatari. C13 iL MM ~ ja f ffiE Hazama Tetsur6. 6cho bungaku no koshoteki kenkyu. Kazama Shobo, 1973. 680p. Collection of essays on literature of the Nara and Heian periods, with emphasis on Yamato monogatari, Okagami, Makura no soshi, Man'yoshu, and Shinsen wakashui. General index and index to waka. C14 * W$4 qh?* a / _ Nenpyo shiryo: chuko bungakushi, ed. by Inukai Kiyoshi, et al. Chikuma Shobo, 1973. 339p. A history of Heian period literature. Pt. 1: Chronological table for the years 794-1200; Pt.2: Short excerpts from Heian literature, including Chinese poetry, waka, monogatari, diaries, etc. Genealogical charts are appended. C15 AMM5k T % T Takahashi Kazuo. Heiankyo bungaku: sono rekishi to fudo. Kyoto, Akao Sh6bund6, 1974. 476p. A literature of the city of Heianky6. Contains essays on the Kokinshu, diaries, the life of Hikaru Genji, etc. Includes an appendix on Heian period social life and customs. Illustrations and maps. C16 [ U '$P V ~ ~~0 Yamanaka Yutaka. Heiancho bungaku no shiteki kenkyu. Yoshikawa Kobunkan, 1974. 454p. Collection of essays on Heian period literature, including Makura no soshi, Genji monogatari, Eiga monogatari, and Okagami. Bibliography. Index. C17 TA3gZpg [ -93 3 Heiancho bungaku no shomondai: Oka Kazuo Sensei kiju kinen ronshu, ed. by Heiancho Bungaku Kenkyfkai. Kasama Shoin, 1977. 419p. Festschrift of essays by specialists. Discusses various issues of Heian literature. C18 H13~ ~ I2 -Sr #:p4,_ Nihon bungaku zenshi v.2 Chuko, ed. by Akiyama Ken. Gakut6sha, 1978. 598p. Collection of essays on the historical development of Heian literature. Discusses the following topics: Chinese-style poetry, Kokin wakashu, the appearance of monogatari and diaries, the period of Gosen wakashu, Shai wakashu, the period of the Emperor Ichijo6, Genji monogatari, later Heian monogatari and diaries, the birth of historical tales, Chinese literature and setsuwa literature. C19 A R T _ht', Ya Ronso ocho bungaku, ed. by Uemura Etsuko. Kasama Shoin, 1978. 7 l1p. Festschrift in honor of Professor Uemura Etsuko. Contains essays on various aspects of Heian literature, including Kagero nikki, Izumi shikibu nikki, Yamato monogatari, Genji monogatari, etc. C20 I-ffl. g 9 *i ^ Harada Yoshioki. Tankyu Nihon bungaku: chuko chuseihen. Kazama Shobo, 1979. 457p. Collection of essays on Heian literature, including Kagero nikki, Genji monogatari, and other works of fiction, and on the literature of the medieval period, including waka, renga, haikai, and military tales. Bibliography of works by the author. C21 rP-' 1*:3 ^5 Wm4;EP Chuko Nihon bunkgakushi, ed. by Kimura Masanori. Yuhikaku, 1979. 272p. Collection of introductory essays on various genres of Heian literature, including Japanese and Chinese

Page  38 38 C21-C32 poetry, monogatari, diaries, historical tales, setsuwa, and songs. Bibliography. Chronology. Index. C22 A- 4^NC N^c: X Ronshtu chuko bungaku, ed. by Chfiko Bungaku Kenkyuikai. Kasama Shoin, 1979- (4v.) A serial publication of the Society for the Study of Heian Literature. No. 1 The structure and presentation of Genji monogatari. No.2 Early monogatari. No.3 Diaries, literary criticism. No.4 Monogatari from the late Heian period, including historical fiction. C23 'J'f PM~ - Lp 1 X, Heian jidai no rekishi to bungaku, ed. by Yamanaka Yutaka. Yoshikawa K6bunkan, 1981. 2v. Festschrift in honor of Professor Yamanaka Yutaka. V. 1 On the literature of the mid-Heian period, especially Genji monogatari. V.2 On the historical background of Heian period literature. WOMEN WRITERS C24 l[q+ r. ~T` fRO t/f Yamanaka Yutaka. Heian jidai no joryu sakka. Shibundo, 1962. 23 lp. (Nihon rekishi shinsho) Women writers of the Heian period. Discusses the rise of the Fujiwara regency as a major factor in the development of literature written by women. Bibliographical references. C25 NO,:fl9i~fF~ Okazaki Tomoko. Heianch6 joryui sakka no kenkyu. Kyoto, H6zokan, 1967. 306p. Collection of previously published essays on women writers of the Heian period, including Akazome Emon, Izumi Shikibu, Ise no Tayui, etc. C26 *,-E _^f c fi Kinoshita Masao. Heian joryui bungaku no kotoba. Shibund6, 1968. 246p. An introduction to word usage in Heian women's literature. Pt. 1 An outline of terminology; Pt.2 Grammar and idioms. Bibliography. Index. C27 t.4~ J # Qc^ ^~ t0v Negoro Tsukasa. Heian joryu bungaku no bunsh6 no kenkyiu. Kasama Shoin, 1969-73. 2v. (Kasama sosho) A study of syntax in Heian women's literature, with emphasis on Makura no s6shi, Genji monogatari, and Murasaki Shikibu nikki. Also discusses the use of auxiliary verbs, honorifics, etc. Index in each volume. C28 llS #k 1 Pkff~ Akiyama Ken. Ocho joryui bungaku no keisei. Hanawa Shobo, 1967. 260p. Consists of three essays on the formative years of Heian period women's literature, including Ise monogatari, Kagero nikki, etc. C29 #[U it E-Wr:0 Akiyama Ken. Ocho joryu bungaku no sekai, Tokyo Daigaku Shuppankai, 1972. 236p. (UP sensho) The world of Heian period women's literature, with emphasis on Genji monogatari, Makura no soshi, and diaries. Also describes the literary circles formed by ladies at court during the period of the Fujiwara Regency. C30, 5E t]: ~3'IMorino Muneaki. Och6 kizoku shakai no josei to gengo. Yuiseido, 1975. 232p. (Yuiseid6 sensho) A study of the speech and behavior of Heian period aristocratic women as revealed in monogatari and diaries. Uemura Etsuko. Ocho joryu sakka no kenkyu. Kasama Shoin, 1975. 424p. (Kasama sosho) Collection of essays on Heian period women writers and their life style, including Izumi Shikibu, Murasaki Shikibu, Sei Sh6nagon,etc. Reference bibliography. Illustrations. Indexes. C32 lE6 Q,cAft Yamaji Maki. Ocho no nyoninzo. Shunjuisha, 1980. 333p. Biographical studies of Heian period women writers: Ono no Komachi Ise Michitsuna no haha Sei Sh6nagon Murasaki Shikibu

Page  39 39 Izumi Shikibu Akazome Emon Ise no Tayu Sugawara Takasue no musume Jojin Ajari no haha Sanuki no suke LANGUAGE C33 aZ * XW c Watanabe Minoru. Heiancho bunsh6shi. Tokyo Daigaku Shuppankai, 1981. 239p. A study of sentence structure and word usage in the major literary works of the Heian period. C34 4tt ff- B3 ag~<^, Kamio Nobuko. 6ch6 kokugo no hy6gen eizo. Shintensha, 1982. 562p. (Shintensha kenkyii sosho) A collection of essays on imagery in Heian literature, with examples drawn from monogatari, poetry, etc. C35 #,n ~- A: P Sakakibara Kunihiko. Heian goi ronk6. Ky6iku Shuppan Senta, 1982. 248p. (Kenkyu sensho) A study of the honorifics used in Heian period Japanese. C36 i ~* YT ~^:: {3 3t ~- ~ *tt:H Numoto Katsuaki. Heian Kamakura jidai ni okeru Nihon kanjion ni tsuite no kenkya. Musashino Shoin, 1982. 1197p. A study of the Japanese pronunciation of Chinese characters in the Heian and Kamakura periods. CLASSICAL LITERATURE IN CHINESE Kanbungaku (Chinese prose literature) C37 JOHNllkJ fl~ 'f*ri cOWKawaguchi Hisao. Heiancho Nihon kanbungakushi no kenkya. Revised and enlarged ed. Meiji Shoin, 1975-(82) (3v.) 1st ed. published in 1959-61 in 2v. Historical survey of classical Chinese literature from 800 to 1200. Discusses the revival of Chinese classical studies in the Heian period, the influence of Chinese literature on Kokinshu, Tosa nikki, Genji C32-C42 monogatari, etc. Contains bibliographical references and genealogical charts. Indexes. C38 O Hi Got6 Akio. Heianch6 kanbungaku ronk6. Offsha, 1981. 480p. Collection of previously published essays on Chinese style literature and literary circles in the Heian period. Indexes. C39 PIlNW~ T-%:#,]~ C Kawaguchi Hisao. Heianch6 no kanbungaku. Yoshikawa K6bunkan, 1981. 314p. (Nihon rekishi shinsho) Traces the history of Heian literature in Chinese and its relationship to vernacular literature. Appended are a chronology, a chart, and reference sources. Index. Kanshi (poetry in Chinese) C40 '&%^ #fAQi Kojima Noriyuki. Kokufu ankoku jidai no bungaku. Hanawa Shobo, 1967- (3v.) In progress. An extensive study of Chinese style poetry from the early Heian period. Indexes in each volume. V. 1 Introduction to literature in antiquity. V.2, pt. 1 Literature of the late Nara, early Heian period. pt.2 The first imperial anthology of the K6nin era (810-24), the Ryounshu. pt. 3 Forthcoming. V. 3 Forthcoming. C41 -N / -^ -- t tl MI Kojima Noriyuki. Kokinshu izen. Hanawa Shobo, 1976. 362p. English title: Chinese influences on Japanese poetry - especially on the literature of the early Heian era (9thc. A.D.). A survey of the period between the Man'yoshu and the Kokinshu, when Chinese poetry was much admired. English abstract. Chronology. Index. C42, m ~W}, W~ Kinbara Tadashi. Heianch6 kanshibun no kenkyu. Kyushu Daigaku Shuppankai, 1981. 464p. Collection of 18 essays on men of letters, poetry, poetics, etc., in Chinese from the Heian period to the beginning of the medieval period. Indexes to personal names, titles, and poems.

Page  40 40 C43-C54 POETRY Waka C43 ~i{~'zWt sFJWZcoMinegishi Yoshiaki. Heian jidai waka bungaku no kenkya. Offisha, 1965. 357p. Collection of previously published essays on the waka of Oshikrchi Mitsune, Ki no Tsurayuki, Tsutsumi chfinagon Kanesuke, and on various utaawase. Waka index. C44,W4L, 'K- % tH i 0 U Fujioka Tadaharu. Heian wakashiron - Sandaishii jidai no kicho. Offisha, 1966. 372p. A study of the three imperial anthologies Kokin wakasha, Gosen wakasha, and Shati wakashai. Includes essays on the anthologies themselves, on Sone no Yoshitada and other prominent poets, and on Izumi Shikibu. A post-war essay of Heian period waka, appended. C45 tLWJUJ)U ]EAH3MVJff5 Matsuda Takeo. Och6 wakashai no kenkyk. Hakuteisha, 1968. 287p. Bibliographical studies of 8 imperial anthologies and private collections of poetry from the Heian period. Also discusses the nature and historical development of utaawase. C46 *'~m If A) ~T-%cMODsf H Matsuda Takeo. HeianchM no waka. Yfiseid6, 1968. 438p. Collection of previously published essays concerning Heian period poetry. In 4 parts: an outline of Heian period waka; shikashfi (private collections of waka); Kokinshti; and bibliographical studies. C47 H rttw*i % ~ L-i14r Mezaki Tokue. Heian bunkashiron. Offisha, 1968. 370p. A study of Heian period waka from the standpoint of cultural history. Examines the lifestyle of the Imperial family, aristocrats, and courtiers as a source for poetry. Index. C48 -9WF Q A)~3EVfH3k-P Kubota Toshio. 0chM wakashiron. Kadokawa Shoten, 1969. 317p. Collection, issued posthumously, of Professor Kubota Toshio's essays, and lecture notes on the Kokinsha and other works of classical poetry. C49 WAz4 HEQUli9f9Y Hashimoto Fumio. 6ch,6 wakasha no kenkyai. Kasama Shoin, 1972. 566p. Collection of previously published essays on the development of waka in the Heian period. Also discusses the life of Heian aristocrats, aesthetics, private anthologies, etc. Indexes. C50 fU ~ R:~ /R ~C~ r *5~Waka bungaku shinron, ed. by Morimoto Motoko. Meiji Shoin, 1982. 567p. Festschrift of essays on Heian and medieval period waka by members of the Waka study group in honor of Professor Morimoto. poetics Ozawa Masao. Heian no waka to kagaku. Kasama Shoin, 1979. 296p. (Kasama siisho) Heian period poetry and poetics. Contains a summary in English of waka scholarship in the Heian period. C52,],~iE0 3,QJ[~ Ozawa Masao. Kodai kagaku no keisei. Hanawa Shob6, 1963. 590p. English title: the development and tradition of ancient poetics in Japan. A history of waka based on a comparison of Chinese and Japanese classical literature. Emphasizes the study of poetics as expressed in the preface to the Kokinshai, etc. Bibliographical references. English summary. Index. poetry circle c53 1~ 7 o.: ' Hashimoto Fumio. Inseiki no kadanshi kenkyat. Musashino Shoin, 1966. 338p. History of poetry circles, especially that of the retired Emperor Horikawa, during the period of the cloistered government. C54 [ I If ~ 5E # rA' NO) 9 -Yamaguchi Hiroshi. Ochc5 kadan no kenkya. Offisha, 1967, 1973, 1979. 3v. A study of poetry circles in the Imperial court. V.1 Covers the forty years of poetry reading from Murakami Tenno to En'yfi Tenn6 in the latter part of the 10th century.

Page  41 41 V.2 Covers the period from Uda Tenno to Sujaku Tenn6. V.3 (Suppi.) Lists officials of the Imperial Household Office (Kur6do dokoro). Discusses literary circles of court nobles and civil servants who elevated waka composition to official literature. (See also C56) Sugisaki Shiget6. Heian chfiki kadan no kenkyfi. Offisha, 1977. 428p. An evaluation of the major poets of the mid-Heian period, with emphasis on Fujiwara no Michinaga's poetry circle. Index to poems. C56 [Ih i 1W WQMNV Jftvff Yamaguchi Hiroshi. 0cM kadan no kenkyfi. Offisha, 1982. 804p. Poetry circles active during the reign of eight Heian period emperors, from Emperor Kanmu to Emperor K~k6. (See also C54) poets C57 AW $ '~RIF Usuda Jingor6. Heian kajin kenkyai. Miyai Shoten, 1976. 406p. Collection of essays on life and thought at the Heian period court, men and women poets, etc. C54-C66 V. 1-8 Textual studies. V. 9 Index. V. 10 Historiography, survey histories, bibliography. Imperial Anthologies Sandaishai no kenkyfi, ed. by Ozawa Masao. Meiji Shoin, 1981. 48'7p. Festschrift on the SandaishOa (Kokinshii, Gosenshai, ShWAish) in honor of Professor Ozawa Masao. Biobibliography. Kokin wakashia Kyfisojin Hitaku. Kokin wakashai seiritsuron. Kazama Shob6i, 1960-61. 4v. On the probable date of publication of the Kokinshai. V.1-3 Examines variant editions of the text. V.4 Bibliographical studies of the poems in each text, which leads to the determination of the date. Murase Toshio. Kokinshai no kiban to shaihen. Oftisha, 1971. 2413p. C58#~ '{1 R AT Inoue Muneo. Heian kc'ki kajinden no kenkya. Kasama Shoin, 1978. 58lp. (Kasama so-sho) Biographical studies on poets active in the mid- I Ith century. Indexes to author's names, references, source books, and waka. utaawase (poetry contests) C59 9X;6 it Hagitani Boku. Heianch65 utaawase gaisetsu. Hagitani, 1969. 399p. (Private publication) A complete catalogue of Heian period utaawase. Reprinted in Heianchoi utaawase taisei, v.10. (see the following entry) C60 V~~ * it VAT Hagitani Boku. Heianch6 utaawase taisei. Kyoto, D6h6sha, 1979. l0v. A complete collection of Heian period utaawase. Discusses the compilation of the Kokinshai, the social status of the compilers: Ki no Tsurayuki and others. C64 +,lvIE93- Qt ~ -t Ozawa Masao. Kokinshai no sekai. Enlarged, revised ed. Hanawa Shob6, 1976. 3132p. (Hanawa sensho) History of the composition of the Kokinsha. Charts. Index. C65 -N ` 4 R Kokinshai k6hon, ed. by Nishishita Keiichi and Takizawa Sadao. Kasama Shoin, 1977. 4612p. (Kasama s~sho) Definitive edition of the Kokinshai based on the text dating from the 2nd year of the J6i6 era (1223). C 66 A tWi% - ~,fL )W- Kikuchi Yasuhiko. Kokinteki sekai no kenkya. Kasama Shoin, 1080. 479p. (Kasama s~sho)

Page  42 42 C66-C78 The literary world of the Kokinshti, Gosenshii, and Shtiishii. Traces the formulation and development of Kokin-style poetry. Okamura Tsuneya. Kokinshii no kenkyii. Rinsen Shoten, 1980. 277p. A study of the Kokinshii, with emphasis on the prefaces, the influence of the man'y~shfi, problems of interpretation, etc. Wada Kazuo. Man'y&- kara kokin e. Meiji Shoin, 1981. 20i5p. Surveys the history of Japanese poetry from the Man'y~5shii to the Kokinshfi. Index to poems. Illustrations. C69 +ThfJ Q) Nakada Takeshi. Kokin wakashfi no keisei. Offisha, 1982. 266p. A study of the composition of the Kokinshii, its compiler, Ki no Tsurayuki, and others. Kin 'yoshfi Matsuda Takeo. Kin'y~shfi no kenkyii. Yamada Shoin, 1956. 4V3lp. A collection of previously published essays on the Kin'ye~shii, discussing its compilation, poets, variant texts, etc. Gosen wakashti Komatsu Shigemi. Gosenwakashai. Seishin Shoboi, 1961. 2v. Bibliographical studies of the Gosenshii. V.1 Variant texts with annotations. Index of poems. V.2 Textual studies and manuscript reproductions. Index. C72 P ThM)~J Tajima Ikud6. Gosen wakashat kenkyfishi. Nagoya, Thkai Gakuen Joshi Tanki Daigaku Kokugop Kokubun Gakkai, 1970. 4O03p. (Thokai Gakuen kokubun s Osho) History of research on the Gosenshai. Sources, reference works, chronology of research appended. Index. C73 TH- T~~4F Katagiri Y~ichi. Shfii wakashfi no kenkyfi. Kyoto, Daigakud5- Shoten, 1970. 2v. A textual study of the Sh~iishai. Charts. Okamura Tsuneya. Kokinshai, Gosenshti no shomondai. Kazama Shoboi, 1971. 587p. Collection of previously published essays on the Kokinshfi and the Gosenshti. Index. C75 ~Ef f- f~- PfJ t Al Ueno Osamu. Gosenshii zengo. Kasama Shoin, 1976. 890p. Traces the history of poetry from the end of the 10th century to the early 12th century. Also contains a history of the study of the Gosenshi-. Indexes poetry by line, subject, and number in the Gosenshfi. Shikashti (private collections) C76 4 VV%&f i VT Morimoto Motoko. Shikashi- to Shinkokinshai. Meiji Shoin, 1974. 494p. Study of Heian private poetry anthologies and their representation in the Shinkokinshti. Also includes an analysis of the private anthology Saigfi no ny~goshai. Appended are a table listing the poems from Heian period private anthologies that can be found in the Shinkokinsh~i and a chart of variant editions of the Saigfi no ny6goshfi. Poetry index. C77 %~MPWtM And6 Taro-. Heian jidai shikashai kajin no kenkyti. Offisha, 1982. 32Op. Poets whose work appeared in the private anthologies of the Heian period, including Fujiwara no Michinobu, Tadamine, Minamoto no Nobuaki, and others. PROSE LITERATURE Monogatari (tales) Ishikawa Thru. Kodai shasetsushi k6. 'Ioko Shoin, 1958. 559p. Collection of essays on Heian period fiction, especially Genji monogatari. Also discusses diaries,

Page  43 43 the relationship between waka and monogatari, the influence of Chinese literature, etc. C79 H M FH z K 1L f~ I vQ ) ff[Mekada Sakuo. Monogatari sakkaken no kenkyai. Musashino Shoin, 1964. 968p. Discusses the development of the novel in the Heian period by examining writers and their audiences, the education of men of letters in the Chinese classics and poetry, etc. Also describes the women's literary circles referred to in the Genji monogatari. Mitani Eiichi. Monogatarishi no kenkyai. YiiseidW, 1969. 559p. Study of the monogatari genre examining its origins, its relationship to katarimono, its development, and its fruition in Taketori monogatari, Utsubo monogatari, Genji monogatari, etc. Indexes to names, titles, subjects, and poems. C81 9MW4 " j? T9 Nakata Tsuneyuki. Heianch65 bungaku no bungeit~eki kenkyfi. Kazama Shob65, 1967. 538p. Collection of essays on Heian period literature, including Genji monogatari, Kagero nikki, Makura no s6shi, etc. Index. C82 IFL RM1 Matsuo Satoshi. Heian jidai monogatari ronkO. Kasama Shoin, 1968. 625p. Collection of essays on Heian period monogatari, from Ise monogatari to Hamamatsu chlinagon monogatari. Contains an appendix on the study of monogatari no longer extant. C83 FPf qf~J ~: R Q-6 i J ~:VlM i E Abe Toshiko. Utamonogatari to sono shaihen. Kazama ShobW, 1969. ll193p. Study of Heian period utamonogatari, including Henj~shfi, T~nomine Sh6sho5 monogatari, etc. C84 qFlAA N# N t1 MV1hf~ d*~JV $4 Nakada Takeshi. Och6 uta monogatari no kenkyti to shin shiry65. Offisha, 1971. 477p. An introduction to uta monogatari, with emphasis on Ise monogatari, Heichia monogatari and Yamato monogatari. Discusses the structure and subject matter of uta monogatari. contains newly found editions of Ise monogatari. Index. C78-C91 C85 Pf- Nakano K~ichi. Monogatari bun gaku ronk,5. Kyo-iku Shuppan Sentai, 1971. 5137p. Traces the development of monogatari from antiquity to the late Heian period. C86 liP& iii t Pfi ~ Nanba Hiroshi. Monogatari bungaku. New ed. San'ichi Shob6, 1971. 24Op. (Koten to sono jidai v. 3) General discussion of the development of monogatani, from the Kojiki to Ise monogatari and Genji monogatari. C87 MfKqLjM ' ~ ~:~w Suzuki Hiromichi. Heian makki monogatari ni tsuite no kenky~i. Kyoto, Akao Shiibundo5, 1971. 58Op. Study of three important monogatari from the late Heian period: Yowa no nezame, Hamamatsu chfinagon monogatari, and Torikaebaya monogatari. Reference bibliography. Index. C88 ~t Imai Takuji. Monogatari bungakushi no kenkyti. Waseda Daigaku Shuppanbu, 1976-77. 3v. History of Heian period monogatari. V.1I Early Heian monogatari. V.2 Genji monogatari. V.3 Late Heian monogatari. List of sources. Bibliography. C89 Oftf M, jf~t ffffEqa Fujimura Kiyoshi. Kodai monogatari kenky~i josetsu. Kasama Shoin, 1977. 445p. (Kasama s~sho) Introduction to monogatari in antiquity. Analyzes Genji monogatari, Sumiyoshi monogatari, Sagoromo monogatari, etc. C90;Fill ik Ishikawa Thoru. Heian jidai monogatari bungakuron. Kasama Shoin, 1979. 588p. Collection of previously published essays on Heian period monogatari, including Utsuho monogatari, Genji monogatari, Ochikubo monogatari. Also discusses diaries. Index. Suzuki Hiromichi. Heian makki monogatari kenkyhi. Kyoto, DanigakudA SQho~ten, 1979. 39lp.

Page  44 44 C91-C103 Summary of the author's studies in late Heian period monogatari. Analyzes the development of the genre, its subject matter, etc. Title/name index. (see also C88) C92 Wk4JI* Ilif Morioka Tsuneo. Heianch6i monogatari no kenkyfi. Enlarged ed. Kazama Shobo-, 1981. 67lp. Study of Genji monogatari and of other monogatari from the late Heian period, including Sagoromo, Hamamatsu chainagon, Torikaebaya, etc. C93 fA Y4 Higuchi Yoshimaro. Heian Kamakura jidai san'itsu monogatari no kenkyai. Hitaku Shoboi, 1981. 585p. Study of 12 monogatari, dating from the Heian and Kamakura periods, that are no longer extant. C94 'Vtc — RiM WM)F1 Ogi Takashi. San' itsu monogatari no kenkyfi: HeianKamakura jidaihen. Kasama Shoin, 1973. 913Op. Study of monogatari no longer extant. Gives bibliographical explanations of source materials, followed by titles arranged in a-i-u-e-o order with citations of sources. Index. C95 3E 0t`rrL M {Q7J2Ji7 j Z Ochi monogatari to sono shfihen, ed. by Nanba Hiroshi. Kasama Shoin, 1982. 512p. (Kasama sisho) Festschrift in honor of Professor Nanba Hiroshi. Traces the history of Heian period monogatari. Biobiliography appended. Masubuchi Katsuichi. Heianch6 bungaku seiritsu no kenkyfi: sanbunhen. Kasama Shoin, 1982. 1346p. (Kasama s~sho) Collection of previously published essays on Heian period prose literature, including Taketori monogatari, Genji monogatari, Okagami, etc. Index. Taikei monogatari bungakushi, ed. by Mitani Eiichi. Ytiseid&, 1982- V. 1 - A festschrift in honor of Professor Mitani Eiichi. To be completed in 5 volumes. V.1I A general introduction to monogatari. Genji mono gatari C 98 A IfiFJ I Z q1IF t kU Ikeda Kikan. Genji monogatari taisei. Chto A comprehensive collection of materials on Genji monogatari. V. 1-3 Standard text with variations, based on the copy by Fujiwara no Teika. Annotated. V.4-6 Indexes to words, auxiliary verbs, suffixes. V.7 Reference materials. V.8 Reproductions of scrolls, screen paintings, fans, etc. C99 P # k f t I F tA`" J~f _)tF Abe Akio. Genji monogatari kenkyii josetsu. Tokyo Daigaku Shuppankyoku, 1959. 2v. Introduction to the study of Genji monogatari. Lmai Gen'e. Genji monogatari no kenkyk-. Miraisha, 1962. 345p. Collection of essays on Genji monogatari. Akiyamna Ken. Genji monogatari no sekai. Tokyo Daigaku Shuppankai, 1964. 434p. Companion volume to the author's "Ocho- joryti bungaku no sekai". Discusses the development of literature written by women, thought and syntax in the Murasaki Shikibu nikki, etc. Book reviews of recent studies on Genji monogatari, appended. C1I0 2 f 1 T J i~J O ~-/~ -,,f~ti~ Ito Shingo. Ffizoku yori mitaru Genji monogatari byo-sha jidai no kenkyi-. Kazama Shob -, 1968. 95 lp. Examines life at court during the Heian period as described in the Genji monogatari. C1I0 3 -Nf-~~C!*~- r A -* 4I 2~ ' Kodai bungaku ronsoi, ed. by Murasaki Shikibu Gakkai. Musashino Shoin, 1969- (82)-. 8v. Essays by members of the Murasaki Shikibu Society. No. 1 Genji monogatari: studies and sources. No.2 The world of Genji mono gatari. No. 3 Genji monogatari and Makura no s6shi: studies and sources. No.4 Studies and sources of the poetry in Genji monogatari (1). No.5 Women's diaries and Genji monogatari: studies and sources. No.6 The influence of Genji monogatari: studies and sources.

Page  45 45 C103-CJ]14a No. 7 Monogatari after Genji monogatari: studies and sources. No. 8 Studies and sources of the poetry in Genji monogatari (2). Teramoto Naohiko. Genji monogatari juy.5shi ronki5. Kazama Shoin, 1970, 1984. 2v. V.1I Traces the influence of Genji monogatari on medieval poetry and Edo period haikai. Reference bibliography. Indexes. V.2 Zokuhen, 1984. Criticism of Genji monogatari found in the Imakagami, Genji-inspired folklore, etc. Includes various editions of the text. Reference bibliography. Indexes. C105!i*2dIL Qf~4 —"0),T,V Shigematsu Nobuhiro. Genji monogatari no shis6. Kazama ShobM, 1971. 54Op. A collection of essays on philosophical aspects of Genji monogatari, including religion, Chinese classical thought, ethics, etc. C1I0 6 NF~t'i P~ U44/~ -f,-4~ Q Genji monogatari k~za, ed. by Yamagishi Tokuhei and Oka Kazuo. Yfiseid6, 1971-73. 9v. Lectures on Genji monogatari. V.1I Theme and method in Genji monogatari. V.2 Plot conception. V.3 Characters. V.4 Characters. V.5 Philosophical background. V.6 Life of Murasaki Shikibu. V.7 Narrative style, syntax, word usage. V.8 Variant editions, sources, influence on other stories, the performing arts, etc. V.9 (Supplement) Genji monogatari dictionary. C107 PM 92~ ~tir-AEI Iwase H7Iun. Genji monogatari to Bukky6 shis6. Kasama Shoin, 1972. 246p. (Kasama s~sho) Collection of essays on Buddhist thought in Genji monogatari. Also contains an analysis of Murasaki Shikibu nikki and Kagern3 nikki. Genji monogatari no tankyfi, ed. by Genji Monogatani Tankyfikai. Kazama ShobsW, 1974-(84) (9v.) A serial publication. No.1I was edited by Shigematsu Nobuhiko Hakushi Sh~jukai. Each number treats a specific topic in the study of Genji monogatari. No.8 contains 14 essays by women specialists on anaylsis of women in the monogatari. C1og09 M% P M fPV4'PIXWF Fujii Sadakazu. Genji monogatari no shigen to genzai. T-hjusha, 1980. 307p. Collection of previously published essays on Genji monogatari. Discusses the origins of the monogatari genre, the composition of the story, etc. Shigematsu Nobuhiro. Genji monogatari kenkyai s~sho. Kazama Shob6, 1980- (82). (4v.) Genji monogatari research series. No.1I Characters in the story. No. 2 A history of research on Genji monogatari. No.3 Theme, structure, and development of the story. No.4 An analysis of the plot of Genji monogatari and of Genji's character. K6za Genji monogatari no sekai, ed. by Akiyama Ken, et al. Yfihikaku, 1980- (82). (7v.) The world of Genji monogatari, with a chapter-bychapter analysis of the book. To be completed in 9v. Li Haruki. Genji monogatari ronk65. Kazama Shob, 1981. 4l5p. Collection of previously published essays on Genji monogatari. Discusses the structure, character and composition of the story. C1 13 _- 4z"~ 5 —E* M ~i Bungei tokuhon. Genji monogatari. Kawade ShoboShinsha, 1981. 1335p. Collection of essays, intended for the general reader, on various aspects of Genji monogatari. Includes a section in modem Japanese transliteration. Reference bibliography. Illustrations. Genji monogatari, ed. by Nihon Bungaku Kenkyti Shiry6 Kank6kai. Yiiseidoi, 1969- (82) (4v.) (Nihon bungaku kenkyii shiry6 s~sho) Collection of essays on Genji monogatari. Genji monogatari hikiuta sakuin, ed. by Ii Haruki. Kasama Shoin, 1977, 45'7p. (Kasama Shoin s6kan)

Page  46 46 ClJ4a-C128 Collection of waka and song references in 30 major commentaries of the Genji monogatari, grouped by the order of chapters of the monogatari. Index. GC I 1,F P A~ A Genji monogatari, ed. by Suzuki Kazuo. Shibundoi, 1982. 3v. (Kokubungaku kaishaku to kansho-, special issue) No.1I Origin and plot, March 1982. No.2 Plot and theme, April 1982. No.3 Style and presentation, May 1982. other mono gatari Nakata Takenao. Taketori monogatari no kenkyi-. Hanawa Shobb, 1965. 1378p. An annotated edition of Taketori monogatari collated from texts of the Keichd era. Indexes of words and subjects. Suzuki Hiromichi. Nezame monogatari no kisoteki kenkyai. Hanawa Shobb, 1965. 452p. Collection of essays on the Nezame monogatari. An appendix includes annotations for the Nezame monogatari emaki and a bibliography of Nezame monogatari studies. Index. Toki Takeji. Tsutsumi chuinagon monogatari no kenkyii. Kazama Shob6, 1967. lOO5p. Study of Tsutsumi chuhnagon monogatari. Considers various aspects of the tale, its text, date of composition, etc. A separate essay on the standard text is included at the end. Bibliographical references. Index. Suzuki Hiromichi. Torikaebaya monogatari no kenIkvfi Kasama Shoin, 1973. 471p. (Kasama s~sho) A standardized, annotated text of the Torikaebaya monogatari. Contains essays on the author, texts, and origins. Bibliographical references. C120 [WUifil'ti V Q-L Jf Yamada Seiichi. Ise monogatari no seiritsu to denpon no kenkyfi. Offisha, 1972. 70lp. Study of the Ise monogatari. Examines various texts to determine which are the closest to the original manuscript. Yamada Seiichi. Ise monogatari ko-hon to kenkyfi. Ofilisha, 1977. 747p. Continuation of the above entry. Contains variant texts discovered since. Index to poems. C 12 2 Tf45K1 Wut -)- "~~ ' f5 Noguchi Motohiro. Utsuho monogatari no kenkyfi. Kasama Shoin, 1976. 494p. Study of the Utsuho monogatari, examining the tale's structure, themes, texts, etc. Nakano Ko- chi. Utsuho monogatari no kenkyh-. Musashino Shoin, 1981. 757p. Study of the Utsuho monogatari and its influence on later monogatari. Bibliography. Takahashi Gen. Taketori, Ise monogatari no sekai. Yoshikawa KO-bunkan, 1981. 1340p. History of thought, depicted in the Taketori and Ise monogatari in the early Heian period. Historical Fiction (rekishi monogatari) C125 [bP V ~_dhAF_ Yamanaka Yutaka. Rekishi monogatari seiritsu josetsu. Tokyo Daigaku Shuppankai, 1962. 1325p. (Thodai Jinbun kagaku kenkyti s~sho) Collection of essays on the development of historical fiction, with emphasis on Genji monogatari and Figa monogatari. Index. Matsumura Hiroshi. Rekishi monogatari. Revised ed. Hanawa Shobo3, 1979. 1346p. (Hanawa sensho) Traces the development of historical fiction; discusses Eiga monogatari, Okagami, Imakagami, Mizukagami, Masukagami, etc. C127 MttJ NIf5 Matsumura Hiroji. Rekishi monogatari kenkyti josetsu. Izumi Shoin, 1981. l88p. (Izumi sensho) Essays on various aspects of historical fiction. Also comments on the English translations of Eiga monogatari and Okagami. Kawakita Noboru. Rekishi monogatari no shinkenkyh-. Meiji Shoin, 1981. 402p.

Page  47 47 Collection of essays on historical fiction and ancient chronicles. Includes bibliographical references to Eiga monogatari. Name index. C 12 9 f 4UJf J JP ~ ~EF Hosaka Hiroshi. Okagami kenk~yti josetsu. K~dansha, 1979. 697p. Introduction to the Okagami, touching on the literary qualities of the work, its organization, etc. Appendices include a chronology, a genealogical chart, and maps. Index. C 13 0 H)J~LH KH < I-) M~ Mekada Sakuo. Okagamiron. Kasama Shoin, 1979. 947p. Study of the Okagami as the first example of historical fiction that offers implicit political criticism in the Chinese tradition. Ronshfi Taira Masakado kenkyii, ed. by Hayashi Rokuro. Gendai Shicho-sha, 1975. 32Op. Collection of essays on the Sh6monki, which tells of the rebellion led by Taira no Masakado. Setsuwa C 13 2 A. MA C~ J ~J ~ Takahashi Mitsugu. Chliko setsuwa bungaku kenkyai josetsu. Oftisha, 1974. 4O2p. Introduction to Heian period setsuwa, with emphasis on Konjaku monogatari and Nihon ry,5iki. A genealogical chart of the Tendai sect Buddhism derived from Konjaku monogatari, appended. p.375-392. C133 TJ'X3r F ftY) fi *JC V Kurosawa K~zd-. Nihon kodai no denshoi bungaku no kenkyzi. Hanawa Shob6, 1976. 444p. Collection of previously published essays on orally transmitted literature of the ancient period in Buddhist and Shinto related setsuwa. Also discusses the author of Nihon ry6iki. Index. Moriya Toshihiko. Nihon ry,5iki no kenkyii. Miyai Shoten 1974-78. 2v. Collection of essays on Nihon ry,5iki. Both volumes contain detailed structural analysis of individual setsuwa. V.2, entitled "Zoku Nihon ryi~iki no kenkyii. " C128-C141 C135 Mtz Yagi Tsuyoshi. Nihon ryo-iki no kenkyii. Kazama Shobti, 1976. 564p. Collection of previously published essays on the Nihon ry~iiki. Examines the use of Ry~iki setsuwa in the Konjaku monogatari. Nihon ryoiiki no sekai, ed. by Nihon Ryo-iki Kenkyfikai. Miyai Shoten, 1982. 362p. (Miyai sensho) Collection of essays on tales, songs, grammar, etc. of the Nihon ryo-iki. Reference bibliography. Kunisaki Fumimaro. Konjaku monogatarishii seiritsuk6. Enlarged ed. Waseda Daigaku Shuppanbu, 1978. 529p. Collection of essays on the Konjaku monogatari, its structure and development, its relationship to Okagami, etc. C138 W~MiP - aPlfiIJ Kurobe Michiyoshi. Setsuwa no seisei to hen'y6 ni tsuite no kenkyia. Chuibu Nihon Kybiku Bunkakai, 1982. 22Op. Collection of previously published essays on the origin and transformation of tales in Uchigikishii, Konjaku monogatari, etc. Index. Nikki (diaries) See also Hyakudai no kakaku, A76 C139 t f~ M 3 HEMH2CO)r Imai Takuji. Heian jidai nikki bungaku no kenkyai. Meiji Shoin, 1957. 578p. Discusses the historical and literary value of Heian period diaries. C 140 `3 Jt,1Wi RQW- E F~ Tamai Ko-suke. Nikki bungaku no kenkyiL. Hanawa Shob6, 1965. 758p. Companion volume to the author's "Nikki bungaku gaisetsu". Discusses 23 diaries from the Heian and medieval periods. Includes a chronology and a list of major commentaries. Index. Tamai K~suke. Nikki bungaku gaisetsu. Enlarged ed. Kokusho Kank~kai, 1982. 861p. Reproduction of the 1945 edition. A survey of literary diaries. Indexes to personal names and

Page  48 48 C142-C154 Miyazaki S~hei. Heian joryii nikki bungaku no kenkyfi. Kasama Shoin, 1972-80. 2v. (Kasama s~sho)Study of diaries written by women of the Heian period, with emphasis on Kagern5 nikki, Izumi Shikibu nikki, Murasaki Shikibu nikki, etc. Cl1 4 3 tft 1W t114 [ v1 a-E9-LYA It - Hiroshi. Kagenil nikki kenkyi- josetsu. Kasama Shoin, 1976. 4013p. (Kasama sdsho) Study of various aspects of the Kager6 nikki, including its structure, characters, relationship to other diaries, etc. C144 AHAiANHWEUYL Morita Kaneyoshi. Izumi Shikibu nikki ronla. Kasama Shoin, 1977. 375p. (Kasama so-sho) Collection of essays on the Izumi Shikibu nikki, its authors, variant texts, relations to the authors' poetry, etc. C145;*T~ )~ Kinoshita Miyoshi. Murasaki Shikibu nikki no kenkyfi to kansh65. Fukuoka, Kyushu Daigaku Shuppankai, 1982. 662p. Study of the life of Murasaki Shikibu, with an appreciation of her diary. C 146 N f E _ WIff H Y-WA3 Nishida Sadamoto. Sarashina nikki kenkyii josetsu. Kyk-iku Shuppan Senta-, 1982. 244p. (Kenkyti sensho) Introductory study of the Sarashina nikki. C147 *5~WT CAN ~ f Tsumoto Nobuhiro. Sarashina nikki no kenkyt-. Waseda Daigaku Shuppanbu, 1982. 71llp. Study of the Sarashina nikki, its author Sugawara no Takasue no musume, and the places she visited. Appended are a map and photographs of the locations mentioned in the diary. Essays (zuihitsu) C 14 8 H ~n W zK<~_ ft _ ~ _ Mekada Sakuo. Makura no s~ishi ron. Kasama Shoin, 1975. 523p. (Kasama stisho) Discusses the cultural and literary background of Makura no soishi, its literary style, its influence on the Tsurezuregusa, etc. C 14 9 ft i- - T ---,XA~ tV- — ~-X,~W njf Makura no s6shi ko-za. ed. by Makura no Stishi Ktiza Hensht-bu. Yfiseido-, 1975-76. 5v. A lecture series on Makura no sishi. V.1 Sei Shonagon. V.2-3 Interpretation atid appreciation of Makura no stishi. V.4 The language and influence of Makura no scishi. V.5 Suppl. vol. Dictionary. LIFE AND CULTURE C 15 0 JSL~ Akagi Shizuko. Heian kizoku no seikatsu to bunka. Kiidansha, 1964. 425p. The lifestyle of the aristocracy in the Heian period. Pt. 1 on the rank and financial status of the aristocracy; Pt.2 a description of various aspects of life at court. Index. Ikeda Kikan. Heian jidai no bun gaku to seikatsu. Shibundo-, 1966. 646p. Collection of essays on the Heian literary environment, including manners and customs, clothing, food, etc. C152 I1IlMU Ikeda Genta. Nara Heian jidai no bunka to shiiky&. Kyoto, Nagata Bunsho-do, 1977. 520p. Collection of previously published essays on culture and religion in the Nara and Heian periods. Examines the contrast between material and spiritual culture from the 8th century to the late Heian period. C153 fhAW Ihara Aki. Heianch6 no bungaku to shikisai. Chili0i Ktironsha, 1982. 212p. (Chfikoi sensho) Discusses the importance of the description of colors in ancient and Heian period literature. Contains a dictionary of color names, p. 157-205. Bibliographical references. Index. Pictorial Sources Suzuki Keizo-. Shoki emakimono no fkizokushiteki kenkyfi. Yoshikawa Ktibunkan, 1960. 656p.

Page  49 49 An analysis of picture scrolls, with emphasis on Genji monogatari, Shigisan engi, Ban Dainagon, and Heiji monogatari. Describes the special features of each scroll, the manners and customs pictured in them, etc. Index. C155 Thkhcn #01)UP lfW X Akiyama Terukazu. Heian jidai sezokuga no kenkyu. Yoshikawa K6bunkan, 1964. 468p. English title: Secular painting in early medieval Japan. Explains the development of painting that depicted the life of common folk in the Heian period. Illustrations. C156 I; t _6 3 *5U&Ml MI "Ra Qi Emakimono ni yoru Nihon J6min seikatsu ebiki, ed. by Shibusawa Keiz6. Kadokawa Shoten, 1964-68. 5v. A pictorial dictionary of the life of the common folk as shown in illustrated handscrolls from the Heian, Kamakura, and Muromachi periods. Arranged by topics: -1 dwellings -2 clothing -3 food -4 furnishings -5 occupation -6 transportation -7 trade -8 social life, labor -9 status, illnesses -10 death, burial -11 children -12 entertainment -13 annual events -14 religion, festivals -15 animals, plants, nature Subject index in each volume. C157 l W "-mm~m Sakurai Seika. Yamatoe to senki monogatari. Mokujisha, 1969. 337p. C154-C163 A study of picture scrolls depicting scenes of battle. Also discusses scenes from Genji monogatari, Shigisan engi, etc. C158 n- rfit[ nAS B= r0v['lt Vff Katano Tatsuro. Nihon bungei to kaiga no sokansei no kenkyu. Kasama Shoin, 1975. 395p. A study of the relationship between literature and art, with emphasis on waka. Pt. 1 deals with the Heian and Kamakura periods; pt.2 treats the modem era. C159 M, W' 5ED F Minamoto Toyomune. Yamatoe no kenkya. Kadokawa Shoten, 1976. 501p. A collection of essays on the development of Yamatoe (Japanese-style painting) in the 9th century and portrait painting of the Kamakura period. Illustrations. Index. C160 CH 4k {Lf A-= RPkEt Kameda Tsutomu. Bukkyo setsuwae no kenkyiu. 1979. 237p. A study of paintings done on Buddhist-related subjects including Heike nokyo (sutras). Also included is a study of Buddhist-related song and dance. C161 t*S ^ ^_IB^KP fSA Miyamoto Tsuneichi. Emakimono ni miru Nihon shomin seikatsushi. Chfuo Koronsha, 1981. 232p. (Chuko shinsho) A history of the life of common folk as seen in illustrated scrolls. Education C162 VE Vf' _IJo-ltf Momo Hiroyuki. J6dai gakusei no kenkya. Meguro Shoten, 1947. 476p. A study of the origins of the ancient educational system, the organization of national and private school systems, etc. C163 k8;~4 f f. # fg' Kuki Yukio. Daigakury6 to kodai juky6. Saimaru Shuppan, 1968. 335p. A history of education in ancient Japan, with emphasis on the Daigakuryo (office of education) and on the influence of Confucian thought.

Medieval Period

pp. 50-63

Page  50 50 DI-D7 N MEDIEVAL PERIOD The medieval period which lasts from 1200 to 1600 was a turbulent age of political upheaval and war. The representative genre of literature from these years was gunki monogatari - tales that tell of the struggles between rival military clans. Other types of literature that were cultivated during this age include renga, setsuwa, sermons, essays, and Gozan poetry and prose. Special terms: dengaku (an antecedent of the No) gagaku (court music) gunki monogatari (military tales) kagura (Shinto music) katarimono (dramatic recitation) kyogen (farce) N6 drama renga (linked verse) soka, enkyoku (banquet songs) D3 ~: ~ qK'~ MVfi a Araki Yoshio. Chusei bungaku no keisei to hatten. Kyoto Mineruba Shobo, 1957. 470p. Surveys the development of medieval literature under the following topics: the development of linked verse; the role of poetry during the medieval period; sarugaku no (an antecedent of No drama); kyogen (comic farce); setsuwa, historical tales, short stories, fiction, etc. Subjects, titles, and personal names are indexed. D4 MY-tff-tW ~M -- Chfsei bungaku no sekai: Nishio Minoru Sensei koki kinen ronbunshu, ed. by Nishio Minoru Sensei Koki Shukugakai. Iwanami Shoten, 1960. 386p. A festschrift of 16 essays by prominent scholars in medieval literature. Includes essays on monogatari, poetry, No drama, etc. D5 tJt ~ H -A: J- J 3 1Jt- A @ JM Nishio Minoru. Nihon bungeishi ni okeru chuseiteki na mono to sono tenkai. Enl. ed. Iwanami Shoten, 1961. 476p. Discusses the development of a distinctively medieval literature. Covers some 600 years and three historical periods: Kamakura, Muromachi, and Edo. D6 'N_ iA )-: j: Ishizu Jundo. Chfsei no bungaku to geido. Shibund6, 1961. 267p. The major part of this collection of essays examines certain principles of poetry and N6, with examples drawn from the work of Fujiwara no Shunzei, the Priest Saigyo, Fujiwara no Teika, Zeami, etc. Also discusses Heike monogatari, travel accounts, and diaries. Index. D7 R t w < h Tani Hiroshi. Chusei bungaku no tassei. San'ichi Shob6, 1962. 274p. GENERAL D1 J7- T - P ~ ffi ' t Karaki Junzo. Chusei no bungaku. New ed. Chikuma Shobo, 1955. 315p. (Chikuma s6sho; Karaki Junzo zenshf v.5, 1967) Traces the philosophical development of medieval literature from Kamo no Chomei and Yoshida Kenko to Zeami and Dogen. D2 fM t' & Nagazumi Yasuaki. Chusei bungaku no tenbo. Tokyo Daigaku Shuppankai, 1956. 309p. A survey of medieval literature. Companion volume to the 1953 collection of essays "Chusei bungakuron", which dealt with Kamakura literature. Mainly a history of monogatari, with emphasis on Heike monogatari, Taiheiki, and other writings in prose, including essays, diaries, etc. Index.

Page  51 51 Collection of essays on medieval literature. Includes essays on the following: how the people of Kyoto accepted the interpretation of historical events offered in the Heike monogatari; the accomplishment of Zeami, who depicted in N6 the inner desires of men living in a world of distress; the dramatic style of kyogen in showing the relationship between the peasants and their superiors; the perfection of 'ushin renga' by S6gi and others; on haikai renga. D8 7fAMPW ~C'~)A't v Nagazumi Yasuaki. Chuzsei bungaku no seiritsu. Iwanami Shoten, 1963. 295p. Collection of essays on the formation of medieval literature. Traces the changes in literary expression in the Hogen, Heiji, and Heike monogatari, and in the Hojoki, Tsurezuregusa, etc. D9 +2ft^ C*' fXW~~.~' ~, Chusei bungaku no kenkyu, ed. by Tokyo Daigaku Chusei Bungaku Kenkyukai. Meiji Shoin, 1968. 285p. Contemporary interpretations of medieval literature. Contains a bibliography of studies in medieval literature, arranged by genre, and covering the years 1964-67. DIO [1lq r 6-f Tanaka Yutaka. Chasei bungakuron kenkyut. Hanawa Shobo. 1969. 500p. Examines certain methods of expression discussed in the poetics of Fujiwara no Toshinari and Fujiwara no Teika, and the renga poetics of Nij6 Yoshimoto and Shinkei. With chapters on renga poems and Zeami's theories of N6 drama. Kuwata Tadachika. Daimyo to otogishui. Enlarged new ed. Yuiseido, 1969. 276p. An analysis of the occupation and organization of the Otogishui (story-tellers) from the Sengoku to the early modem period. Traces changes in the kinds of stories told to Daimyo, and the later development of otogiz6shi from these stories. D12?lg~{'l fWftbJ3('~ Yasuraoka Kosaku. Chuseiteki bungaku no tankyui. Yuiseid6, 1970. 327p. A collection of essays on medieval literature including: the development of medieval literature from its roots in antiquity to the period of the Northern and Southern Courts; the works of Dogen and Yoshida Kenko; prose-style literature. D7-D18 D13 i /ttM"F qftl:f 3 Yasuraoka Kosaku. Chaseiteki bungei no rinen. Kasama Shoin, 1971. 397p. (Kasama s6sho) A collection of essays on medieval literature. Discusses literary history, authors and their works, etc. D14 fT,-m r* qalkt3Ct~ f Kubota Jun. Chusei bungaku no sekai. Tokyo Daigaku Shuppankai, 1972. 252p. (UP sensho) Collection of essays on the world of medieval literature. Consists of a general survey of this literature, studies of prose works (such as the Tsurezuregusa, etc.), and studies of the poetry of, among others, Fujiwara no Teika and Shikishi Naishinno. D15 qPt alks ~-A tk [ f Chasei bungaku no kenkyu, ed. by Akiyama Ken. Tokyo Daigaku Shuppankai, 1972. 568p. Festschrift of 22 essays written in honor of Professor Ichiko Teiji, and organized as 'prose works', 'poetry', and 'source materials'. Contains an article by Kubota Jun on postwar trends in the study of medieval literature. A bio-bibliography of Ichiko Teiji is appended. D16 *~a -R? cg ik~ Karaki Junzo. Chusei kara kinsei e. Chikuma Shob6, 1973. 318p. (Karaki Junz6 Bunko 7) Collection of essays on the changes in thought, religion, literature, and art from the medieval to the Edo period. The author holds that a Zen-inspired sense of humility was the basis for attaining the beautiful in the middle ages, but was replaced in the Edo period by a worldly culture. D17 Jf, t S Maeda Taeko. Chusei bungei no rinen. Offisha, 1974. 267p. Study of certain features of literature in the medieval period, including the elegant simplicity of the N6 and renga. Reference bibliography. D18 i^~M - P t ~ ~ ffl Fukuda Hideichi. Chusei bungaku ronko. Meiji Shoin, 1975. 554p. Collection of essays on medieval literature, especially writings in prose, such as monogatari, diaries and travel accounts, literary essays, etc. Index.

Page  52 52 D19-D29 D19 *4#iES A lNA~ L 7 F9 Yonehara Masayoshi. Sengoku bushi to bungei no kenkya. Offsha, 1976. 1012p. Study of the literature produced by six warrior clans during the period of the Northern and Southern Courts. The six clans are: the Hatakeyama clan of Noto province; the Asakura clan of Echizen province; the Takeda clan of Wakasa province; the Amako clan of Izumo province; the Ouchi clan of Su6 province; and the Imagawa clan of Suruga province. D20 7 f -ttWpft'I Nagazumi Yasuaki. Chusei bungaku no kanosei. Iwanami Shoten, 1977. 425p. Continuation of the author's Chusei bungaku no seiritsu (D8). Treats the study of medieval literature, with emphasis on sermons, setsuwa, war chronicles, etc. With bibliographical notes at the end of each chapter. D21 FPt t$'3 Lt {JWtiMM, V Chasei bungaku: shiryo to ronko, ed. by Ijichi Tetsuo. Kasama Shoin, 1978. 669p. Festschrift on medieval literature and source materials. A bio-bibliography on Professor Ijichi is appended. D22 L P t EiZ # Chusei Nihon bungakushi, ed. by Ariyoshi Tamotsu. Yufhikaku, 1978. 262p. (Yuihikaku s6sho: Nyumon kiso chishiki hen) Introductory text on the history of medieval literature, grouped by genre and illustrated with excerpts from pertinent sources. With a reference bibliography, chronology, indexes. D23:-f 4- {t Nagano J6ichi chosakusha, ed. by Nagano Joichi Chosakushui Henshfi Iinkai. Kasama Shoin, 1979-80. 3v. A collection of essays: V.1 Konjaku monogatari. V.2 Studies in setsuwa literature. V.3 Medieval literature. Includes a biobibliography. medieval period, such as Heike monogatari, Hojoki, and Muromachi period fiction. By Period D25 ~gM N;LggtWi Saito Kiyoe. Nanbokucho jidai bungaku tsushi. Furukawa Shob6, 1972. 229p. A general history of literature in the Nanboku Era, chronologically and topically arranged and giving sources, important authors, and works. D26 MT7E Z, NlA:S'mii mi1m t~ Muromachi gokoro: chusei bungaku shiryoshu, ed. by Okami Masao Hakushi Kanreki Kinen Kankokai. Kadokawa Shoten, 1978. 597p. (Chuisei bungaku shiryoshfi) Festschrift in honor of Professor Okami Masao. Consists of an introductory essay on 'the spirit of Muromachi literature' by Okami Masao, and reproductions of source materials, edited by specialists. A bio-bibliography is appended. D27:LtAm AEJf Araki Yoshio. Azuchi Momoyama jidai bungakushi. Kadokawa Shoten, 1969. 558p. History of literature in the Azuchi-Momoyama periods (1543-1610). In 2 parts: Pt. 1 Survey of waka-renga, classical literature, works on Oda Nobunaga, the development of N6, etc. Pt.2 Studies of individual authors and their works including Hosokawa Yuisai, etc. A chronological table of Azuchi-Momoyama literature. Index. Thought D28 J- 7A -,, Karaki Junzo. Mujo. Chikuma Shobo, 1964. 354p. History of literature and thought from the Heian to the medieval period, centered on the concept of nihilism (mujo). D24 fN! t-fi F I~t ", Sasaki Hachir6. Chusei bungaku no koso. Meiji Shoin, 1981. 368p. Posthumous collection of essays treating the development of commentaries on literature from the D29 'tWW' WSt S Kobayashi Tomoaki. Chasei bungaku no shiso5. 1964. 295p. Study of literary thought, with emphasis on Heike monogatari and the Tsurezuregusa.

Page  53 53 D30,J [H1B;Lt lE -),M,, Kobayashi Tomoaki. Zoku chfsei bungaku no shiso. 1974. 390p. Continuation of the above entry. Also contains essays on Buddhist literature, sermons, and the relationship between Buddhism and literature. D31 ~~f AM I t X -o V Sakurai Yoshir6. Inja no fubo. Hanawa Shobo, 1967. 272p. (Hanawa shinsho) Describes medieval hermits, who led lives devoted to simplicity and spiritual discipline. Discusses the Priest Saigy6, Kamo no Ch6mei, etc. D32 EiE~-A It ) ~ ~ Ishida Yoshisada. Inja no bungaku. Hanawa Shobo, 1968. 251p. (Hanawa shinsho) The literature of Japanese 'inja', or anchorite poets. Subtitled 'beauty in suffering', the book discusses Saigyo, Yoshida Kenk6, Kamo no Chomei with reference to the Hojoki, renga and the tea ceremony. D33 - 3T1~M H * c t Sakurai Yoshir6. Nihon no inja. Hanawa Shobo, 1969. 228p. On the life of hermits in ancient and medieval Japan. D34 Ef-A WqPA: - Ishida Yoshisada. Chuisei soan no bungaku. Revised ed. Kitazawa Tosho Shuppan, 1970. 270p. Literature written by hermits in the medieval period. Describes the life of these men, their spiritual background and the literature they wrote. Also discusses the tea ceremony as a symbol of simplicity. D35 4Mm q:tt*J),,chLVtQI Sakurai Yoshiro. Chusei Nihonjin no shii to hy6gen. Miraisha, 1970. 367p. Collection of essays on the Hojoki, Gukansho, Heike monogatari, Taiheiki, and other works, seeking to define the spiritual life of medieval period Japanese. D36 t~tW AA H PtA* 0B, -iN Sakurai Yoshiro. Chasei Nihon no seishinteki keikan. Hanawa Shobo, 1974. 380p. Continuation of the above entry. Discusses the culture and thought of those who led a life of seclusion. Also discusses the development of the D30-D42 Kitano Shrine picture scroll (Kitano Tenjin engi). Bibliographical note at the end of each chapter. D37 {WY Kg M <A ) C c Ito Hiroyuki. Inton no bungaku - m6nen to kakusei. Kasama Shoin, 1975. 272p. (Kasama sensho) Collection of previously published essays on the literature of disillusionment and reality written by hermits. Emphasizes the works of Saigy6, Kamo no Ch6mei, Yoshida Kenk6, etc. D38 ',J,#WHtg MM jWj Kobayashi Tomoaki. Hogo bungaku no sekai. Kasama Shoin, 1975. 309p. (Kasama sensho) The world of Buddhist literature, especially sermons. Explains representative sermons by the priests H6nen, D6gen, Nichiren, and Ippen. D39 Nd M? i H *Al ) o, iJR Kubota Jun. Nihonjin no biishiki. K6dansha, 1978. 322p. Collection of previously published essays discussing the Japanese sense of beauty as expressed in classical poetry, the Shinkokinshu, war chronicles, etc. D40 E/ qIEi k {~ & Fujiwara Masayoshi. Chusei sakka no shiso to hoho. Kazama Shobo, 1981. 230p. Collection of essays on the systems of thought which influenced men of letters in the medieval period, the religious beliefs of Yoshida Kenk6, etc. LANGUAGE D41 ifW t$ T fM Yuzawa K6kichir6. Muromachi jidai gengo no kenkyu. Kazama Shob6, 1955. 387p. Study of Muromachi period Japanese, focusing on commentaries (sh6mono). Gives grammatical explanation of the Japanese notes and comments added to the Chinese classics, Buddhist scriptures, etc. Index. D42 ~stPf +#'J^ t Jf Doi Tadao. Kirishitan gogaku no kenkyui. New ed. Sanseid6, 1971. 355p. On the Jesuits' study of the Japanese language. Organized as follows: 1. Introduction. 2. Organization and characteristics of the Jesuits' language study.

Page  54 54 D42-D52 3. The editorship of the Japanese/Portuguese dictionary. 4. Rakuyoshf (collection of fallen leaves) a dictionary of Chinese characters. An English resume is appended. 5. Biography of Father Rodriguez. 6. Rodriguez's theory of adjectives. 7. Rodriguez's interpretation of Japanese grammar, including the uses of 'te-ni-o-ha'. 8. Honorifics used by the Jesuits. D43 Vm 5 0 ti~Cph E~ Negoro Tsukasa. Chusei bungo no kenkyu. Kasama Shoin, 1976. 221p. (Kasama s6sho) Examines certain grammatical usages in the literature of the Kamakura and Muromachi periods. Compares the honorific verbs (tamo, obosu, etc.), the auxiliary verbs used in the Tsurezuregusa, and various editions of the 'te-ni-o-ha' secret manuals (hidensho). Index. D44 llIlHA, q I[-lW^ tt 6 n-CB) ~) Yamaguchi Akiho. Chusei kokugo ni okeru bungo no kenkyu. Meiji Shoin, 1976. 249p. A study of the style, composition, and grammar of medieval Japanese, with references taken from books of poetics and commentaries on the classics. D45 NSWR( J ~' F; Kamakura jidaigo kenkyu, ed. by Kamakura Jidaigo Kenkyuikai. Musashino Shoin, 1978-(41983). (7v.) This study of Kamakura period Japanese covers some 350 years, centering on the years of the Kamakura Bakufu, the period of the Insei government, and the period of the Northern and Southern Courts. Consists of comparative studies of grammar and of the Chinese characters used in documents. Volumes 1 and 2 contain a preliminary draft of a bibliography for the study. D46 IlIl [t Mf 1s: ~ Yamada Iwao. Inseiki gengo no kenkya. Ofusha, 1982. 216p. Collection of essays on grammatical changes from ancient to modem Japanese, with emphasis on the medieval period language used in Konjaku and Heike monogatari. POETRY Waka D47 tf<fl(. TI i P5 Ota Mizuho. Nihon wakashiron: chaseihen. Kondo Shoten, 1957. (Ota Mizuho Zenshuf v.9) History of waka in the medieval period. Begins with the 'Six Poetic Geniuses' (Rokkasen), then moves through the Kokinshu, Senzaishu, Shinkokinshu, Fujiwara no Teika, and ends with the Muromachi period. D48 m M 1fv l+ fW*TA Maeda Taeko. Waka jutteiron kenkyu. Kobundo, 1957. 271p. (Kansai Daigaku Bungakubu kenkyu sosho v.2) Analyzes the poetics of the medieval period with emphasis on the 'ten styles' articulated by Fujiwara no Teika in the Teika juttei. D49 4Ai_,a -f:~,, Inoue Muneo. Chusei kadanshi no kenkyu. Meiji Shoin, 1961-72. 3v. Examines the activities of poetic circles between the late Kamakura and early Edo period, with reference to books of poems and other source materials. V. I covers the period of the Northern and Southern Courts; V.2 the early Muromachi period; V.3 the late Muromachi period. Each volume contains indexes to personal names, subjects, titles, and the first lines of waka. D50 P Al O Wffb Fujihira Haruo. Shinkokin kafu no keisei. Meiji Shoin, 1969. 388p. Collection of essays on the Shinkokin style, with emphasis on the poetics of Fujiwara no Shunzei and Fujiwara no Teika. D51 irHfi - r fnTMR-PWt Fukuda Hideichi. Chusei wakashi no kenkyu. Kadokawa Shoten, 1972. 884p. History of medieval waka in 5 parts: 1. Survey. 2. Poets and their circles. 3. Poetics and books of poetics. 4. Waka of the late medieval period. 5. Explanations of source materials and a chronology of mid-Kamakura period waka. Index. D52 Ts- A VT f 1i tA - Ishida Yoshisada. Shinkokin sekai to chusei bungaku. Kitazawa Shoten, 1972. 2v.

Page  55 55 Collection of essays summarizing the author's work on the Shinkokinsha and medieval literature. In 4 parts: V.1, pt. 1 The formation of Shinkokin poetic style, including poems by Saigy6, Fujiwara no Shunzei, Fujiwara no Teika, Princess Shikishi, etc. pt.2 Poets and their works: the Horikawa Tenno's collection of 100 poems, Gyokuy6 wakashu, etc. V.2, pt. 1 Critical biographies of poets, including Fujiwara no Tameie, Ton'a, etc. pt.2 Essays on renga, literature written by hermits, diaries and travel accounts etc. D53 Afl M 3t~-oA-F Kubota Jun. Shinkokin kajin no kenkya. Tokyo Daigaku Shuppankai, 1973. 1021p. Biographical and literary studies of the Shinkokin poets: Fujiwara no Teika, Fujiwara no Shunzei, Fujiwara no letaka, Fujiwara no Yoshitsune, and the Priests Jien and Saigyo. D54 W8> fHTn.R tRO'W: Ishimura Yasuko. Waka renga no kenkya. Musashino Shoin, 1975. 306p. Study of waka and renga leading up to the Muromachi period. Discusses the social and economic aspects of renga poets and their gatherings. Well documented with source materials. D55 tnf HR Ptim WttzZkA tt Waka to chasei bungaku, Minemura Fumito Sensei taikan kinen ronbunshfi, ed. by Tokyo Ky6iku Daigaku Chuisei Bungaku Danwakai. 1977. 468p. Festschrift of 28 essays written in honor of Professor Minemura Fumito by members of the medieval literature society of Tokyo Kyoiku Daigaku. D56 A-i P f PT R f Yanase Kazuo. Chusei waka kenkya. Kat6 Chiudokan, 1982. 51 lp. (Yanase Kazuo chosakushui, v.4) Essays on medieval period waka, with emphasis on the anthologies lost to history. D57 > ~ tP ft ) f 'Nt Itoga Kimie. Chasei no jojo. Kasama Shoin, 1979. 429p. (Kasama sosho) Study of lyricism in the Shinkokinsha, Gyokuyoshu, and Fagawakashu. Also contains a study of women poets and their work in the Shinkokin period. D52-D64 Poetics D58 A~ ' — H *$:i~~~ Hisamatsu Sen'ichi. Nihon karonshi no kenkyu. Kazama Shob6, 1963. 430p. Introduction to the history of poetics with emphasis on medieval poets. D59 ]t' ^ ~tI-t ) ' Kugimoto Hisaharu. Chusei karon no seikaku. Enlarged ed. Kokugo o Aisurukai, 1969. 257p. Study of medieval period poetics, with emphasis on the methods of poetic analysis and expression introduced by Fujiwara no Shunzei. D60 l[I01 +tIlW)fft: Hosoya Naoki. Chasei karon no kenkya. Kasama Shoin, 1976. 432p. Collection of essays on medieval period poetics, with emphasis on Fujiwara no Teika's ideas concerning the change of style from the Shinkokinsha to the Shinchokusensha. D61 L~Ft-3_ hRi JLi: Mizukami Kashiz6. Chasei karon to renga. 1977. 254p. Privately published. Collection of essays including book reviews, studies of poetics, and studies of renga. With a biobibliography. D62 A x' K FPl v5 <" ~ ~f3E Takeda Motoharu. Chasei karon o meguru kenkyu. Offisha, 1978. 257p. Study of medieval period poetics from the standpoint of literary criticism. D63 A Ef * /-'-WIf, Okuda Hisateru. Shinkokinteki hassoron. Offisha, 1981. 358p. Studies in the characteristic style of Shinkokin poetry, including the works of Teika, Sogi, etc. Renga D64 f{t!m,9 A ~: ~ vtt A Ijichi Tetsuo. Renga no sekai. Yoshikawa Kobunkan, 1967. 463p. Explains many of the features of renga practice: format, poetry meetings, formalities observed, etc. Also traces the history of renga from the 11th to the 15th century. Contains a chronology, a reference bibliography. Index.

Page  56 56 D65-D76 D65 DAm AIJ -F l tN$J ~ Renga to sono shahen: Kaneko Kinjiro Hakushi kanreki kinen ronbunshfi, ed. by Hiroshima Chusei Bungei Kenkyukai. 1967. 455p. Festschrift of 22 essays on renga. D66 X iAM Ad, WjFl Fukui Kyuzo. Renga no shiteki kenkyi. Yuseido, 1969. 715p. History of renga in 2 parts. Pt. 1 Deals with the origins and developments of renga, based on the activities of important poets and the traditional customs governing renga meetings. Pt.2 Lists about 2,400 works on renga and collections of selected poems with explanations, arranged chronologically by date of publication. D67 N,%),f- A R ) ~ Shimazu Tadao. Rengashi no kenkyu. Kadokawa Shoten, 1969. 331p. History of renga from its beginnings to the age of the poet Shoyu and his circle. Contains a chapter on the Sarumino. Reprints of source material appended. Index. D68 INJW i- "A! Rro t Kid6 Saizo. Rengashi ronk6. Meiji Shoin, 1971-73. 2v. Survey history covering some 900 years, from the beginnings of renga to the publication of the Shinsen Tsukubashu. Contains a chronology of the years 720-1500, with reference notes. Indexes to sources, personal names, subjects, renga, waka, Chinese poems. D69 A, K, X W X Shimazu Tadao. Renga no kenkyu. Kadokawa Shoten, 1973. 489p. Study of various aspects of renga: its style and form, poets, relationship to haikai, etc. Contains reproductions of source materials. Index. D70 i R NIitZ: AP t i~ Renga to chusei bungei, ed. by Kaneko Kinjir6 Hakushi Koki Kinen Ronbunshu Hensan Iinkai. Kadokawa Shoten, 1977. 453p. Festschrift of 22 essays. Covers topics on biographical studies of poets, rules of composition, renga meetings, scholarship of renga poets, etc. Kayo (songs and ballads) D71 ff1=- H*"JAO)f3E Asano Kenji. Nihon kayo no kenkyu. Tokyodo, 1961. 421p. Study of Japanese songs and ballads, especially of the medieval and early modem period. Traces the history of kouta (little songs) and lists collections of kouta from the medieval period. Also discusses dance songs and folk songs of the early modem period. Contains a bibliography of Kayo, p.367-392. Indexes to subjects and songs. (See also A79) D72 k1-~t - % O) Tonomura Hisae. S6ka no kenkyu. Shibund6, 1965. 343p. Study of s6ka, songs of praise sung by warriors in the Kamakura period. Also touches on the relationship between soka and sarugaku. Contains a bibliographical study of collections of soka. Index. D73;S~- fQ ANfeR cO' Takeishi Akio. Bukkyo kayo no kenkyu. Offsha, 1969. 440p. History of Buddhist song. Explains Buddhist songs of praise, including Jishu-sect songs, popular songs in the collection titled Ry6jin hisho and enkyoku (banquet music). Reference bibliography. Index. D74 ~~;Z~f ~WJiW Ago Toranoshin. Chusei kay6 no kenkyu. Kazama Shob6, 1971. 710p. Collection of essays on the development of medieval songs, including popular songs and ceremonial songs, their relation to Zen literature, and to No and kyogen. Contains indexes of poems, songs, and special phrases. D75 ~ 3A E 1- At m WF f Inui Katsumi. Enkyoku no kenkyu. Ofusha, 1972. 574p. Studies the sources of enkyoku with reference to waka, renga, Genji monogatari, Wakan roeishu, etc. Also traces enkyoku to the performing arts. Indexes to songs and titles. D76 M - )i6 ff -t EF F Tauezoshi no kenkyu, ed. by Tauta Kenkyiikai. Miyai Shoten, 1872. 707p. Collection of essays on the Tauezoshi (a book of rice-planting songs), discussing the musical, cultural, and ethnological aspects of these songs.

Page  57 57 Explanations of terms, p. 616-675, and a bibliography, p.676-702. D77;WGg5 {fL R:l J Takeishi Akio. Bukky6 kay6. Hanawa Shobo, 1973. 270p. (Hanawa sensho) Traces the development of Buddhist hymns by sect. Also discusses enkyoku and rice-planting songs. D78 AkW /~ AL R M t ~ J Takeishi Akio. Bukkyo kay6 shusei. Dait6 Bunka Daigaku. Toy6 Kenkyuijo, 1976-77. 2v. Collection of Buddhist hymns, prayer books, and devotionals arranged by sect. Contains explanations of each entry and an analytical list of hymns given in collected works. V.2 consists of commentaries and source material on Buddhist chants (shomyo). D79 AOUHB a~t wj& L~ Watanabe Shogo. Taue kay6 to girei no kenkyu. Miyai Shoten, 1979. 1052p. Examines the cultural background of rice-planting songs, the ceremonies surrounding them, their literary character, etc. A history of the study of these songs and a bibliography are appended. Index. D80 Af,-L ^iS J]: Manabe Masahiro. Chusei kinsei Kay6 no kenkyu. Ofusha, 1982. 614p. Study of song in the medieval and early modem periods. Traces the development of rice-planting songs, children's and folk songs, etc. Index to songs. PROSE LITERATURE Military Tales (Gunki monogatari) D81 WYtc k b JIS t f jkIA [~ Gunkimono to sono shihen: Sasaki Hachir6 Hakushi koki kinen ronbunshu. Waseda Daigaku Shuppankyoku, 1969. 944p. Festschrift of 48 essays on military tales. Written in honor of Professor Sasaki Hachiro, an authority on the Heike monogatari. D82 LUT ] 9WdA t A 9 GYamashita Hiroaki. Gunki monogatari to katarimono bungei. Hanawa Shob6, 1972. 357p. Collection of previously published essays on the literary art of military tales and katarimono (recited stories), with emphasis on Heike, Heiji, and Hogen D76-D88 monogatari. Includes various war chronicles from the period of the Northern and Southern Courts, including the Gikeiki, Soga monogatari, etc. D83 M7. m-cf4f& d Anbe Motoo. Gunkimono no genz6 to sono tenkai. Ofusha, 1976. 31 lp. Traces the history of military tales from their origins in the Shomonki and Mutsuwaki, to their development in Hogen and Heiji monogatari, and their consummation in Heike monogatari. D84 ~ t t- A Mi Atsumi Kaoru. Gunki mono to setsuwa. Kasama Shoin, 1979. 529p. (Kasama sosho) Collection of essays, issued posthumously, on military tales, including Heike, Heiji, and Hogen monogatari. Also contains essays on the music for Heike monogatari and on setsuwa. With a biobibliography. Heike monogatari D85 W;G E IE T 1' O Ishimoda Sho. Heike monogatari. Iwanami Shoten, 1957. 227p. (Iwanami shinsho) Examines the characters, the theme of fatalism, and literary style in the Heike monogatari. Contains a chronological table of the story. Illustrations. D86 ~ 1 9 4 9 X ~ ` L e iS~ti Mushak6ji Minoru. Heike monogatari to biwa h6shi. Awaji Shobo Shinsha, 1957. 254p. Describes the forces of historical change between the ancient and medieval periods as evidenced in the performing arts, with emphasis on the Heike mongatari and biwa h6shi (monks who performed katarimono to lute accompaniment). With an annotated bibliography. D87 itk*Xi '^QI mft Sasaki Hachiro. Heike'monotari no kenkyu. Enlarged ed. Waseda Daigaku Shuppanbu, 1967. 1264p. A general study of the Heike monogatari. In two parts: 1. the organization and meaning of the story; 2. the influence of the story on drama and the performing arts. Contains a history of commentaries on the Heiki monogatari. D88 M~as; Heik & kok Uwayokote Masataka. Heike monogatari no kyoko to shinjitsu. Kodansha, 1973. 397p.

Page  58 58 D88-DIOO Fact and fancy in Heike monogatari. Looks at how 12 heroes from the Heike story (including Taira Kiyomori, Taira Shigemori, Minamoto Yorimasa, etc.) responded to the political and social crises of their times. With bibliographical references. D89 M~ W *~ 'i E - XV- Yf -'1 Tateyama Zennoshin. Heike ongakushi. Kamakura, Geirinsha, 1974. 359p. Reprint of the 1910 edition. History of Heike music. Also discusses Sh~tmyo- (Buddhist chants) and the biwa lute. Provides source material for the study of this music. Illustrated. D90 JM j`~n 7fA Atsumi Kaoru. Heike monogatari no kisoteki kenkvh-. Kasama Shoin, 1978. 445p. Study of Heike monogatari, its author and the time he lived, etc. Lists various editions with comments. Taiheiki, H~gen, Heiji mono gatari D91 Ayi J~f1 TIA4VJfL Masuda Motomu. Taiheiki no hikaku bungakuteki kenkyfi. Kadokawa Shoten, 1976. 654p. A comparative study of the Taiheiki and various works in Chinese. Verifies author and date of publication. With bibliographical references and an index. D92 z& ~ hF~r&jt Mizuhara Hajime. f-H~gen Heiji monogatari no sekai. Nihon HO-so- Shuppan Ky 5kai, 1979. 31 ip. (H~s5- raiburari) An introduction, first broadcast over NHK radio, to H~gen and Heiji monogatari. Kana readings are given for difficult words. Setsuwa (tales, legends) Nishio Koichi. Chfisei setsuwa bungakuron. Hanawa Shobo-, 1963. 130Ip. (Hanawa sensho) A historical survey of the development of setsuwa from the ancient to the modem period, with emphasis on the medieval period. D94 Mfl~ft- Kikuchi Ryi~ichi. Chiisei no sh~d65 bungei. Hanawa Shobo6, 1968. Z304p. (Hanawa sensho) Examines the literary art of sermons and sutra recitaion. Iclude a disussio of, theries DdOgen's sermons and their relationship to the Tsurezuregusa. D95 AU It a- 4 `V Q7ff%~ Kikuchi Ryo-ichi. Chfisei setsuwa no kenkyai. Oftisha, 1972. 270p. Studies the literary aspects of medieval Buddhist sermons and the setsuwa-influenced style of prose used in the writing of Priests' biographies. Reference bibliography. D96 N-42, M ~~-~f~ Yanase Kazuo. Setsuwa bungaku kenkyai. Miyai Shoten, 1974. 3137p. A collection of previously published essays on various aspects of setsuwa literature. D97 A-I ff 1Aa -A Ar —A_ Haruta Akira. Chaisei setsuwa bungakuron josetsu. Oftisha, 1975. 425p. An introduction to medieval period setsuwa literature. Discusses setsuwa style passages in Heike monogatari, Konjaku monogatari, etc. Index. D98 91hAfNION Fujimoto Akira. Chfisei Bukky6i setsuwaron. Kasama Shoin, 1977. 249p. (Kasama so-sho) Examines medieval period Buddhist setsuwa in the context of the history of thought. In 3 parts: 1. Shasekishhi (a collection of setsuwa in lOv., 1283) 2. Kankyo no tomo (a collection of setsuwa in 2v., 1222) and Hosshinshii (a collection of setsuwa ed. by Kamo no Ch Omei 3.Methodology in the study of setsuwa. D99 r-Pt - AQ- )tt A AL #TlIMq3 t~~ Y* -)~ Chi-sei setsuwa no sekai, ed. by Hokkaido- Setsuwa Bungaku Kenkyiikai. Kasama Shoin, 1979. 565p. (Kasama s 0sho) Festschrift published in honor of Professor Koizumi Hiroshi. Consists of essays on the world of medieval period setsuwa and setsuwa source material. DlOO00~ And6 Naotar6. Setsuwa to haikai no kenkyai. Kasama Shoin, 1979. 433p. A continuation of the author's "Setsuwa to haikai" (1962). A collection of essays on setsuwa and haikai as a witty literature of the people, with emphasis on the Sangoku denki, Shasekish&5, etc.

Page  59 59 Setsuwa bungaku ronshfi, Mabuchi Kazuo Hakushi taikan kinen, ed. by the Publishing Committee. Taishilikan Shoten,) 1981. 3l4p. Festschrift of essays on setsuwa in honor of Professor Mabuchi by the members of the Setsuwa Study Group. D1I0 2 -Al!%ffL ~ hJJ,{ A6* Shimura Kunihiro. Setsuwa bungaku no k6s,5 to denshor. Meiji Shoin, 1982. 34lp. Study of medieval period setsuwa, its transmission, etc. List of references. Harada Kfizf. Chfisei setsuwa bungaku no kenkya. Offisha, 1982. 2v. Study of medieval period setsuwa. V.1I Concentrates on 2 setsuwa collections: Hosshinshti and Kankyo no tomo. V.2 Contains a study of characters often found in setsuwa, a printed reproduction of Nezame ki, etc. Both volumes have bibliographical notes. Indexes. Fiction Ichiko, Teiji. Chiisei shoisetsu no kenkyfi. Tokyo Daigaku Shuppankai, 1955. 498p. Surveys the scope, meaning, and historical background of medieval fiction. Classified by subject: aristocracy, religion, warrior class, commoners;' foreign country, and miscellaneous. Contains a chronological table of the years 1334-1624 and a catalog of medieval period fiction reprinted since 1868. Index. D105 '14* -9 M MA~of Ogi Takashi. Kamakura jidai monogatari no kenkya. 11ohW Shob6, 1961. 412p. A survey of Kamakura period monogatari, including individual authors and their works. D106?ZA -39j% Oshima Tatehiko. Otogizoshi to minkan bungei. Iwasaki Bijutsusha, 1967. 2O07p. (Minzoku mingei sosho) Collection of essays on folk literature and otogiz~shi. Compares the differences and sim DJOJ-D113 ilarities between otogizishi and stories transmitted orally. Illustrated. Index. Satake Akihiro. Gekokuj65 no bungaku. Chikuma Shoin, 1967. 264p. Collection of essays on the otogizi-shi, kyo-gen, and folk tales that depicted this period of revolt against established authority. The essays are based on linguistic and historical sources. D108 31MJNJfk Kuwabara Hiroshi. Chfisei monogatari no kisoteki kenkyfi. Kazama Shob6, 1969. 559p. The historical basis of medieval stories. Contains essays on Fujiwara no Takafusa and his works, Torikaebaya, etc. Also includes texts of Iwashimizu monogatari, Sayogoromo, etc. D109 k 4t nl V) {~ * Oshima Tatehiko. Hanashi no densh6. Iwasaki Bijutsusha, 1970. 239p. (Minzoku mingei so-sho) Collection of essays on the oral transmission of setsuwa, waka, N6, ky~gen, proverbs, etc. Illustrated. Index. DIO {10 N HT.L: K- 5- d,, Satake Akihiro. Minwa no shis6. Heibonsha, 1973. 260p. (Heibonsha sensho) Analyzes heroes and villains in folk tales. Also searches out whatever foreign influence there may be in these tales. DIll ~~R~fttfw~ku M~{ [ IU ~6M Muromachi jidai monogatari taisei, ed. by Yokoyama Shigeru. and Matsumoto Takanobu. Kadokawa Shoten, (1973-83) to be completed in 13 volumes. Complete collection of Muromachi period fiction. Ichiko Teiji. Chaisei sh,5setsu to sono shfihen. Tokyo Daigaku Shuppankai, 1981. 32lp. A continuation of the author's "Chtisei sh6setsu no kenkyti" (see D104). Contains a chronology of medieval fiction and a chronology of K~waka dance. Nishizawa Masaji. Chfisei sh6setsu no sekai. Miyai Shoten, 1982. 24Op. (Miyai sensho) Study of four otogiz~ishi from the medieval period: Aki no yonaga monogatari, Akimichi, Sannin ho-shi,

Page  60 60 D113-D124 and Oyo no ama. A photo reproduction of Akimichi appended. Bibliographical notes included. Medieval travel diaries. With excerpts and a chronology. Essays (Zuihitsu) Tsurezuregusa D114 fit T, A P -x ~,W Tsurezuregusa koza, ed. by Mitani Eiichi. Yfiseido, 1974-77. 5v. Lectures, by over 80 specialists, on the Tsurezuregusa. V. 1 Yoshida Kenko and the age in which he lived. V.2-3 Appreciations of the Tsurezuregusa. V.4 Linguistic studies, sources, and influence. V.5 (Suppl.) dictionary consisting of important words, indexes, a chronology, a genealogical table, and a reference bibliography. D l115 _:_ - IN {f &,E ' Ueda Miyoji. Zoku to mujo. Kodansha, 1976. 214p. 'Worldliness and transiency' in the Tsurezuregusa. A collection of essays on Kenko's consciousness of time, and his views on life, death, etc. D116 t, a&C Kuwabara Hiroshi. Tsurezuregusa no kansh6 to hihyo. Meiji Shoin, 1977. 41 p. Appreciation and criticism of the Tsurezuregusa. Examines Kenk6's thoughts on such topics as philosophy, life, priests, aestheticism, etc. Contains a chronology and reference works. Indexes. D117 A<fR' tJ, it - t2 Nagazumi Yasuaki. Tsurezuregusa o yomu. Iwanami Shoten, 1982. 218p. (Iwanami shinsho) An introduction to the spiritual world of Yoshida Kenko as revealed in the Tsurezuregusa. DI 18 1, r- T,.. N.:Ie D, it9E Hosono Tetsuo. Kamo no Chomei no shahen: H6 -joki. Kasama Shoin, 1978. 213p. (Kasama sosho) Consists of essays on people who knew Kamo no Chomei, (e.g., his father Nagatsugu, his friend the Priest Zenjaku), and essays on the spiritual background of the Hojoki. Travel Accounts D119 APJj OP~~fuT(Shirai Tadanori. Chasei no kiko bungaku. Bungaku Shobo, 1976. 225p. D119a H;f,E ~ hhl* — g Nihon kik6 bungaku benran, ed. by Fukuda Hideichi and Herbert E. Plutschow. Musashino Shoin, 1975. 271p. English title: A handbook for the study of classical Japanese travel diaries. Lists 69 travel accounts of the Heian and medieval periods, giving for each entry the author, duration of the travel, places visited, date of publication and location of the book in collected works. Bibliography of references, illustrations, maps, included. RELIGION AND LITERATURE D120 C a t: H ~ /1i Nishio Minoru. Dogen to Zeami. Iwanami Shoten, 1965. 310p. Examines the influence of Zen on the Shobo genz6 (a collection of sermons written in kana by the Priest Dogen) and on the artistry of Zeami in the N6. D121 AW-;- {LA R -; Takeishi Akio. Bukkyo bungaku ronkd. Hakuteisha, 1974. 172p. An introduction to medieval period Buddhist literature, with emphasis on the Tsurezuregusa, Buddhist ballads and songs, setsuwa, etc. D122 ~I l ie3~h~' Terada Toru. Dogen no gengo ucha. Iwanami Shoten, 1974. 518p. Collection of essays on the Shobo genzo and the Priest Do6gen. D123 L SW Gf; fL^fAB Ishida Mizumaro. Chasei bungaku to Bukky6 no kosho. Shunjuisha, 1975. 284p. Explains the realtionship of Buddhism and medieval literature by examining the Hobutsusha (a collection of setsuwa) and Ojoyosha (The essentials of salvation, a collection of sermons), and other literary works. D124 [~ { X Tsukudo Reikan chosakushu. Serika Shobo, 1976-77. 5v. Collected works of Tsukudo Reikan. V. 1 A general introduction to religious literature.

Page  61 61 V.2 On the Priest Jien, including a reference bibliography and a bibliographical chronology, 1155-1225. V.3-4 Medieval period religious literature. V.5 Japanese Buddhist culture, especially Buddhist ceremonies and literature. Jishu D125 M#AI Offia fffW Kanai Kiyomitsu. Jishu bungei kenkyiu. Kazama Shobo, 1967. 619p. Explains the importance of the Jishu sect of Buddhism in the development of medieval period literature. Discusses the sermons and waka of the Priest Ippen, and the traveling Priests who followed warriors to their battle sites in order to record what happened at them. D126 ~jItM#M -mL mRN Kanai Kiyomitsu. Ippen to jishu ky6dan. Kadokawa Shoten, 1975. 557p. History of the Jishfi sect and its founder, the Priest Ippen. Describes the 12 factions of the sect, and also covers literature and the performing arts. Indexed by personal names, titles, and the names of temples and shrines. D127 7,titX I~~ li:Kanai Kiyomitsu. Jishu to chusei bungaku. Tokyo Bijutsu Shuppan, 1975. 568p. A continuation of the author's "Jishu bungei kenkyu" (D125). A collection of essays on the Jishu sect and medieval literature, covering such topics as ky6gen, hymns, chant, etc. The major part of the book is an annotated bibliography of the Jishu sect, p.247-554. Gozan Bungaku D128 Tf] it: - l Ii- Tamamura Takeji. Gozan bungaku. Shibund6, 1955. 290p. (Nihon rekishi shinsho) Historical survey of Gozan literature, tracing its origins, development, and decline. Contains a bibliography, p.279-290. Illustrated. D129 )M11[R5 ~~tc:_~J]p 3 L cq- 6~ Haga K6shir6. Chusei zenrin no gakumon oyobi bungaku ni kansuru kenkyu. Nihon Gakujutsu Shinkokai, 1956. 438p. D124-D135 Study of the learning and literature practice by Zen priests in the medieval period. D130 TiL mf Q l $t-S Gozan bungaku shinsha, ed. by Tamamura Takeji. Tokyo Daigaku Shuppankai, 1967-81. 8v. New and revised collection of Gozan literature, covering the years between the Kamakura and the Edo period. A continuation of the "Gozan bungaku zenshu", a collection of Chinese-style poetry written by Gozan priests which was first published in 1906-1916 and reprinted in 1973 by Shibunkaku. D131 1f: U * 3 ~ X-# i Kageki Hideo. Gozan shishi no kenkyu. Kasama Shoin, 1977. 519p. History of Gozan poetry. Analyzes the works of 52 representative Gozan poets between the years 1279-1615. Contains bibliographical references and an index of personal names. PERFORMING ARTS D132 #t~M/R. QPIt~ Hayashiya Tatsusabur6. Chusei gein6shi no kenkyu. Iwanami Shoten, 1960. 593p. An introduction to the performing arts of the medieval period, including gagaku, sarugaku, dengaku, N6, ky6gen, etc. Also sketches the development of theater in the same period. D133 ~t~ rP*t~ t Morisue Yoshiaki. Chusei geinoshi ronko. Tokyodo, 1971. 336p. Essays on the medieval performing arts with emphasis on the N6 and its supporters: shogun, court nobles, temples and shrines, etc. Contains essays on Zeami, professional performers, and female performers. D134 W7t= ^ -t Q, e Morita Yoshinori. Chusei senmin to z6geino no kenkyu. Yuzankaku, 1974. 395p. Collection of essays on the performing arts popular among the lower classes, including female kabuki, and management of their business. D135 EB~ 1J ~ &0Ft~ Tai Sh6nosuke. Chusei gein6 no kenkyu. Offsha, 1976. 267p.

Page  62 62 D135-D148 Study that compares No and the tea ceremony with other performing arts of the same period for their use of zen and waka influenced ideas and terms. D136 WEIJ:IE H - * H E Tokue Gensei. Geino, nogei. Miyai Shoten, 1976. 288p. (Miyai sensho) Collection of essays on the ethnological and literary background of No in the Muromachi period. Documented with records, diaries, etc. Provides kana readings for difficult words. Bibliographical references, illustrations. Index. N6, kyogen D137 14Bi-: l Ad Toida Michiz6. Nogeiron. Enlarged ed. Keiso Shob6, 1965. 392p. On the art of N6, surveying the history of No and kyogen as a part of Japanese culture. Documented with examples drawn from classical literature. Illustrated. D138 4,~:f - gZ A "a 4 E Konishi Jin'ichi. Ndgakuron kenkyui. Hanawa Shobo, 1967. 324p. (Hanawa sensho) Historical study of the principles of N6 from Zeami to Konparu Zenchiku. Analyzes these principles in relation to the poetic theories of Nijo Yoshimoto and the Priest Shinkei. D139 AW JUL O T LJ.~& f Goto Hajime. No no keisei to Zeami. Mokujisha, 1966. 299p. On the history of N6 in the Muromachi period and the life of Zeami. Traces the development of sarugaku from its beginnings in Yamato province to its perfection under the guiding hand of Zeami. Illustrated. D 140. X~1 4 A_ I~ E L * Ti Toida Michiz6. Kan'ami to Zeami. Iwanami Shoten, 1969. 205p. (Iwanami shinsho) Study of the life and times of Kan'ami and Zeami, who perfected the N6 in the turbulent years of the Muromachi period. Also describes the world of the Taiheiki, and village theaters. D141,t~ d A) iW X Kanai Kiyomitsu. No no kenkyu. Ofusha, 1969. 1167p. Collection of essays on No as a performing art, and on Kan'ami and Zeami, etc. D142 PallS Al —bwAat Toida Michizo. No - Kami to kojiki no geijutsu. Enlarged ed. Serika Shob6, 1972. 317p. An invitation to the No of today. Explains stage settings, masks, etc., and gives a retrospective history of the theater and a chronology of Zeami's life. D143 Jt-,*f JSfXft 2)~ Kobayashi Shizuo. Yokyoku sakusha no kenkyut. 2nd ed. Nogaku Shobo, 1974. 294p. Essays on the chanted texts of No (yokyoku) and biographies of selected No composers, including Zeami, Kan'ami, Konparu Zenchiku, etc. D144 N-TW i PEe ` X A X Goto Hajime. Ndgaku no kigen. Mokujisha, 1975. 586p. The origins of N6. A thorough study of sarugaku, the antecedent of No, from the Heian to the Muromachi period. Documented with literary evidence and other source material, including local histories, masks, etc. Bibliographical references. Index. D145 &IW U, " E )- A, Goto Hajime. Zoku Nogaku no kigen. Mokujisha, 1982. 470p. Continuation of the above entry. A study of Kagura (Shinto music), dengaku as the origin of N6. D146 tW:5 ^e^ -a Kanai Kiyomitsu. N6 to kyogen. Meiji Shoin, 1977. 668p. Collection of essays on the original forms of N6, the separation of kyogen from No, waka in No and ky6gen, etc. Also contains studies of 20 No songs. Illustrations. Index. D147 HinnfTs fn X 1 - A Taguchi Kazuo. Kyogen ronko. Miyai Shoten, 1977. 347p. (Miyai sensho) Survey of the history of ky6gen, from its origins in the setsuwa of the Kamakura period to its development in the Muromachi period. Bibliographical references. Index. D148 m i J e f ~if~ — P X Nogaku zensho, ed. by Nogami Toyoichir6. Complete, new edition. Sogensha, 1979. 7v.

Page  63 63 D148-D158 Complete collection of studies on N6. V. 1 The thought and art of N6. V.2 History. V.3 Literature. V.4 Stage production of No. V.5 N6 and ky6gen. V.6 Appreciation of N6 and ky6gen. V.7 Performance techniques. D149 V7AK-5 M eX,,,,.. lenaga Sabur6. Sarugakuno no shis6shiteki k6satsu. Hosei Daigaku Shuppankyoku, 1980. 256p. An inquiry into the religious view of life underlying sarugakun6. Based on No songs about court nobles, warriors, women, etc. Kana readings are given for each excerpt from a No text. Katarimono (dramatic recitation) D150 NLHM M 4I4 9 tfJ Z7 Fukuda Akira. Chasei katarimono bungei. Miyai Shoten, 1981. 350p. (Miyai sensho) Essays on late medieval katarimono (recited literature), its history and structure. Discusses Okagami, Soga monogatari, Gikeiki, etc. D151 _tOi (4t) 0 ) ff~ Muroki Yataro. Katarimono no kenkya. Enlarged ed. Kazama Shob6, 1981. 596p. Describes the decline of katarimono after Heike monogatari, and the rise of j6ruri (narrative shamisen music). (See also E137) LIFE AND CULTURE D152 I# i ^ ^ SA Yokoi Kiyoshi. Chasei minsha no seikatsu bunka. Tokyo Daigaku Shuppankai, 1975. 376p. Cultural life of the masses in the medieval period. Describes the social aspects of recreation, ideology, occupations, etc. Bibliography of the author's works. Index. D153 f+W -9 it 1: I Ito Teiji. Chasei jukyoshi. Tokyo Daigaku Shuppankai, 1958. 295p. (Todai gakujutsu s6sho) Historical and structural analysis of medieval period dwellings. Covers the years 1394-1704, with emphasis on rural family structures, farm houses, and merchant houses. Illustrations, plans, and charts are included. D154 Jl_ HK *P1teM9 -Kawakami Mitsugu. Nihon chusei jataku no kenkyu. Bokusui Shobo, 1968. 377p. Essays on domestic architecture of the medieval period, focusing on the dwellings of court nobles, warriors and priests. Indexes for buildings, persons, and documents. D155 mfft!{f H *+t{ttf^WF Noji Shfisa. Nihon chasei jatakushi kenkyu. Nihon Gakujutsu Shink6kai, 1981. 661p. Surveys the history of medieval period dwellings, with emphasis on residential buildings and ceremonial tea houses. Illustrated. Index. D156 A 9 **'YftONi~ Mori Toru. Kamakura jidai no sh6zoga. Misuzu Shobo, 1971. 287p. Collection of essays on portrait painting in the Kamakura period, including portraits of Minamoto no Yoritomo, the Priest My6e, Fujiwara no Nobuzane, Kasen'e (paintings of the master poets), etc. Illustrated. D157,ZE-'I f lj 5 f~J OWf Shibue Jir6. Kamakura ch6kokushi no kenkyu. Yurind6, 1974. 280p. History of Buddhist sculpture. Examines the work of various sculptors from the Kamakura area, and the distinctive traits of the Kamakura school. Illustrations. Index. D158 — U _ A,1m Miyama Susumu. Kamakura chokokushi ronko. Yurind6, 1981. 350p. Essays on the artistic importance of sculpture in the Kamakura and Muromachi periods. Illustrations. Index

Edo or Early Modern Period

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Page  64 64 EI-E7 Ea EDO OR EARLY MODERN PERIOD The Edo period gave rise to a vital plebian culture, product of the influential class of merchants and shopkeepers that filled the larger cities. The development and spread of literature was aided by a healthy mercantile economy, and by the growth of commercial publishing. Popular literature followed three courses: poetry, with Basho, Buson, and others; fiction, with Saikaku, Bakin, and the gesaku writers; and drama, with Chikamatsu and the late Edo Kabuki playwrights. Nor was this all. Scholarship engaged many of the finest minds of the period, including the Confucian Arai Hakuseki and Motoori Norinaga of the National Learning school. Special terms: bunraku (puppet theater) gesaku (popular fiction) gidayui (music used in bunraku) joruri (narrative shamisen music) kibyoshi (gesaku fiction in yellow covered book jackets) kokugaku (national learning) senryui (humorous haiku) yomihon ("reading books") GENERAL E1 A;& V H *jdtL-!cl Shigetomo Ki. Nihon Kinsei bungakushi. Iwanami Shoten, 1950. 288p. (Iwanami zensho) A handy, though dated, introduction to early modem Japanese literature. Divided into two periods - early and late Edo - with studies of fiction, haiku and drama for each period. Contains bibliographical references, chronology. Index. E2 A*S[i RfDZ: LFf Moriyama Shigeo. Hoken shomin bungaku no kenkyu. San'ichi Shobo, 1960. 381p. On the development of a plebian literature in the feudal society of the Edo period. Discusses Saikaku, Chikamatsu, Akinari and others. Index. E3 P~I1W[ fJ)11ift0l 4 b 'i ~ Abe Jiro. Tokugawa jidai no geijustsu to shakai. Kadokawa Shoten, 1961. 468p. (Abe Jiro zenshu, v.8) An important study of the cultural and philosophical background of Edo period popular arts, especially the literature of Saikaku and Chikamatsu, and ukiyoe. E4;i; fi t_ cJFm Shigetomo Ki. Kinsei bungakushi no shomondai. Meiji Shoin, 1963. 457p. Examines various issues in the study of early modem literature, with emphasis on individual authors and their works: Saikaku, Bash6, Chikamatsu, Akinari, etc. Index. E5 f I y R^ Noda Hisao. Kinsei bungaku no haikei. Hanawa Shob6, 1964. 25 lp. Examines the cultural background of early modem literature, including the characteristics of the people of Edo, Kyoto, and Osaka, the publishing industry, readership, etc. Also gives a decade-by-decade survey of changes in literary trends. E6 Plfl|a rPtL-fl to2)ffl& Moriyama Shigeo. Chusei to kinsei no genz6. Shindokushosha, 1965. 334p. Collection of essays on the thought which underlies literature of the early modem period. Discusses the sense of tragedy and impermanence in the Gikeiki, Soga monogatari, etc., and the significance of Edo period adventure stories. E7 ts'fE {tla Satt^; Matsuda Osamu. Nihon kinsei bungaku no seiritsu. Hosei Daigaku Shuppankyoku, 1972. 345p. (Sosho Nihon bungakushi kenkyfi)

Page  65 65 Collection of essays on the establishment of early modem literature. Discusses the characteristics and limitations of Genroku literature, especially in the work of Saikaku and Chikamatsu. E8 43tM i.,ff,5 Nakamura Yukihiko. Kinsei bungei shichoko. Iwanami Shoten, 1975. 402p. Collection of essays on fiction, poetics, and literary criticism in the Edo period. Includes discussions of the poetics of Ishikawa Jozan, the literary criticism written by Goi Ranshfi, and the fiction of Ueda Akinari and Takizawa Bakin. E9 PAb 1~Th:7 mi Moriyama Shigeo. Kinsei bungaku no s6gen. Ofusha, 1976. 226p. Collection of essays on thought and tradition in early modem literature, with emphasis on the work of Saikaku, Chikamatsu, Ueda Akinari, etc. El0 * -g ~~? e ~ ~: Fukui Kyiizo. Shodaimyo no gakujutsu to bungei no kenkyui. Reprint ed. Hara Shob6, 1976. 2v. (Meiji hyakunen shi sosho) Records the cultural accomplishments of over 300 Edo period clans. Arranged topically, with sections on literature, science, fine arts, and the performing arts. Contains a bibliography of the author's works. Ell f fjB ~ {MS 9 Maeda Ai. Sakoku sekai no eiz6. Mainichi Shinbunsha, 1976. 238p. (Edo shiriizu) Collection of essays on literature written during the Edo period, when Japan was closed to all foreign intercourse. Divided into 4 sections: the Genroku era; gesaku fiction; the end of the Edo period; the transition from Edo to Meiji. E12 iTh:+f H *T:,<); Munemasa Isoo. Nihon Kinsei bun'en no kenkyu. Miraisha, 1977. 445p. Collection of essays on Edo period men of letters, scholars of Chinese, including Arai Hakuseki, Tachibana Nankoku, etc. Also covers the subject of publishing in Kyoto during the Bunka-Bunsei period (1804-30). E13 idft:*5 I: 4m Kinsei Nihon bungakushi, ed. by Jinbo Kazuya. Yfihikaku, 1978. 248p. (Yuhikaku nyumon, kiso chishiki s6sho) E8-E18 Guide to Edo literature introducing various types of fiction, including kanaz6shi, ukiyoz6shi, yomihon, etc. Gives kana readings for difficult words and titles. Bibliography, chronology. Index. By Period E14 dl?[ a WM53mo Odaka Toshio. Kinsei shoki bundan no kenkyu. Meiji Shoin, 1964. 672p. Study of early Edo period literary circles. Organized by period: the Oda-Toyotomi regime; the Kan'ei era (1624-44); the Kanbun era (1661-73); and the Genroku era (1688-1704). Gives biographies of both little- and well-known members of these circles. Name/title index. E15 TJ~ *. ~C~ f Hirosue Tamotsu. Genroku bungaku kenkyui. Enlarged ed. Tokyo Daigaku Shuppankai, 1979. 372p. (Fukkan gakujutsusho) Collection of essays on the development of Genroku literature as seen in the work of Bash6, Saikaku, and Chikamatsu. Appended are essays on the Kabuki. E16 LJ L f tln~3 - Hirosue Tamotsu. Genrokuki no bungaku to zoku. Miraisha, 1979. 241p. A study of 'zoku' (worldliness) in the literature of Basho, Chikamatsu, and Saikaku in the Genroku era. Also includes essays on Kabuki and J6ruri. E17 i,[ - fiQA~WfJ(X F Aoyama Tadakazu. Kinsei zenki bungaku no kenkyu. Ofuisha, 1981. 342p. Collection of essays on the development of kanaz6shi (stories written in kana) in the early Edo period. Explains the social background and educational aims of this form of literature. E18 iwi~t41JM3 ihV:tif3 l Kinsei chuki bungaku no kenkyui, ed. by Kinsei Bungakushi Kenkyfi no Kai. 1961 -Studies of literature written during the mid-Edo period. A serial publication of the Society for the Study of the History of Early Modem Literature. The first two numbers of the series were published under the title: "Kinsei chuki bungaku no shomondai". Contains essays on poetry, fiction, drama, language, Chinese classical studies, etc. Index.

Page  66 66 E19-E28 El19 1PV A - f: I* RM, {iA Nakano Mitsutoshi. Kinsei shinkijinden. Mainichi Shinbunsha, 1977. 230p. (Edo shiriizu) Biographical studies of five eccentric men of letters who lived in Edo during the Horeki era (1751-64). E20 114 BM Xe Maeda Ai. Bakumatsu-Ishinki no bungaku. Hosei Daigaku Shuppankyoku, 1972. 378p. Collection of essays on literature written during the transitional period from the end of the Bakufu to Meiji. Includes a discussion of Kitamura Tokoku, etc. Contains a chronology for the years 1827-77. Indexes of personal names and titles. Collected Works (select list) E21 A I~n- Vf Mori Senz6 chosakushu. Chuo Koronsha, 1970-72. 13v. V. 1-9 Biographical studies of Edo period men of letters, artists, scholars of the classics, etc. V. 10-11 Bibliographical studies of works by Saikaku, various forms of fiction, Chinese poetry, etc. V. 12 Miscellaneous studies. V. 13 Indexes of personal names and titles and a list of publications by the author. E22 )2 V VIM Shigetomo Ki chosakushut. Bunri Shoin, 1971-74. 5v. V. 1 Saikaku. V.2 Basho. V.3 Chikamatsu. V.4 Akinari. V.5 Essays on Edo period literature. Index in each volume. E23 [ J Ni Xfft Yamaguchi Takeshi chosakushui. Chuo Koronsha, 1972. 6v. V. 1-4 Saikaku, Chikamatsu, and various types of fiction. V.5 Japanese translations of Chinese drama. V.6 Miscellaneous essays. A list of the author's publications. E24 JT-{ffl g Xf: Mizutani Fut6 chosakushu. Chuoi Koronsha, 1973-78. 8v. Grouped by topic: fiction, joruri, illustrated books, and the book trade in the Meiji, Taisho eras. V.8 contains the author's memoirs and a list of his publications. Index. E25 -_JHffXA h Mitamura Engyo zenshu. Chuo Koronsha, 1975-77, 83. 28v. Mitamura Engyo was a noted scholar of Edo literature and cultural history. The last three volumes of this series consist of Mitamura's diaries. A supplementary volume, published in 1983, contains a list of his works and indexes to personal names, titles, and subjects for the entire set. E26 f-* X, H A t* C Kondo Tadayoshi. Nihon bungakuron. Shin Nihon Shuppansha, 1974. 3v. Studies in Japanese literature. V. 1 Introduction. V.2 Kabuki and Joruri. V.3 Edo fiction and haikai. Includes a biobibliography. E27 Ebara Taizo chosakushu. Chiuo Koronsha, 1971-81. 20v. V. 1 Edo literature. V.2 Renga. V.3-5 History of haikai. V.6-8 Commentaries on haikai. V.9-12 Basho. V. 13 Buson. V. 14-15 Senryfiu. V. 16 Language of the Edo period. V. 17-18 Fiction and joruri. V. 19 Catalogue of haikai books held by the Waro library in Tenri University. V.20 Miscellaneous essays. E28 FP#tq CI Nakamura Yukihiko chojutsushfi. Chuo Koronsha, 1982- (15v.) (In progress) Each volume illustrated. V.1 Early modem literary trends. V.2 Early modem literary expression. V.3 Studies in early modem literature. V.4 not yet published. V.5 Early modem fiction. V.6 Early modem authors and their works.

Page  67 67 E28-E39 V.7 not yet published. V. 8 Gesaku. V.9 Haikai. V.10 Recited literature. V. 11 Scholars of classical Chinese. V. 12 Scholars of national learning (kokugaku). V. 13 not yet published. V. 14 Bibliographical essays. V. 15 not yet published. Festschrifts (select list) E29 3FtHlP2 3 -t W1W Add *A Kinsei Kokubungaku. Kenkyiy to shiryo, ed. by Shuzui Kenji. Sanseid6, 1960. 564p. Festschrift in honor of Professor Shuzui. Consists of essays on Edo literature, drama, the Hachimonjiya publishing house, and relations between author and publisher in the Edo period. Includes reproductions of rare items on drama. Kana readings given for difficult titles. E30 i& r: t t " *;,]A A Kinsei bungaku ronso, Nakamura Shunjo Sensei koki kinen, ed. by Sodai Haikai Kenkyukai. Ofusha, 1970. 693p. Festschrift in honor of Professor Nakamura. Consists of 35 essays by members of the Waseda University Society for Haikai Studies. Biobibliography. E31 LFtim fV fin A FP Afct Kinsei bungaku: Sakka to sakuhin, ed. by Kinen Ronbunshfi Kank6kai, Chuo K6ronsha, 1973. 626p. Festschrift in honor of Professor Nakamura. Consists of 27 essays on Edo period writers and their works. Bio-bibliography. E32 3ZtZkkl:32Z% -U6,R, A Kinsei Osaka geibun sodan, ed. by Otani Tokuzo. Osaka. Osaka Geibunkai, 1973. 709p. Festschrift in honor of Professor Otani Tokuzo. Consists of 19 essays by members of the Study Group for Osaka literature. E33 i A- f ' -b, S Kinsei no gakugei, ed. by Sankokai. Yagi Shoten, 1976. 433p. Festschrift published in honor of the 40th anniversary of the founding of the Sankokai study group and the 80th birthday of the group's founder, Mori Senz6. Consists of 31 essays on such figures as Arai Hakuseki, Mamiya Rinz6, Rai San'yo, Santo Ky6den, etc. E34 m Pt e C 4t4i4ff - t~ Geino to bungaku, Inoura Yoshinobu Hakushi kako kinen ronbunshui, ed. by the publishing committee. Kasama Shoin, 1977. 529p. Festschrift in honor of Professor Inoura. Consists of essays on the performing arts and literature of the Edo period. E35 L& W ttg -X Uftm F Kinsei bungei ronso, ed. by Teruoka Yasutaka. Chuoi K6ronsha, 1978. 551p. Festschrift in honor of Professor Teruoka. Consists of essays on haikai, fiction, drama, etc. E36 XPWl W ^W[ ^ J4l-WR10 W Tenmei bungaku: shiry6 to kenkyu, ed. by Hamada Giichir6. Tokyod6, 1979. 547p. Festschrift in honor of Professor Hamada. Consists of essays on the literature of the Tenmei era (1781-89). Contains reproductions of unpublished source materials. THOUGHT Confucian Studies E37 Va: I -S:1!t;_wo{ ^ )h7) Sagara Toru. Kinsei Nihon ni okeru jukyo undo no keifu. Ris6sha, 1965. 538p. (Tetsugaku zensho) A study of the rise and fall of the Edo period movement to inculcate Confucian ethics. E38 0lj-RIl ~JIIl,mW=,ji Tahara Tsuguo. Tokugawa shisoshi kenkyu. Miraisha, 1967. 528p. A study of the thought'of several Edo period scholars on the classics: Yamaga Sok6, Ogyu Sorai, and Ito Jinsai. Index. E39 1 fftJ _ a.:e)3 Fujiwara Noboru. Nihon kinsei shis6 no kenkyiu. Horitsu Bunkasha, 1971. 237p. Traces changes in thought in the feudal society of the Edo period, from the Dutch studies of Ogyu Sorai to the enlightenment movement anticipating the Meiji period. At the beginning of the book is a summary in English.

Page  68 68 E40-E52 E40 IM F Ai% iSH Okada Takehiko. Edoki no jugaku. Mokujisha, 1982. 440p. Traces the history of Confucian studies in the Edo period, with emphasis on the late Edo period scholars who followed the philosophy of Wang Yangming and Chu-tzu. E41 H ftI ff ^ f Hino Tatsuo. Soraigakuha - jugaku kara bungaku e. Chikuma Shob6, 1975. 230p. Examines the thought of the Confucian scholar Ogyu Sorai and his conception of literary life. E42 )ll-1/: ~[ {_.-. fl -R Yoshikawa Kojir6. Jinsai, Sorai, Norinaga. Iwanami Shoten, 1975. 388p. Collection of essays on the Edo period scholars Ito Jinsai, Ogyui Sorai, and Moroori Norinaga. Contains an article in English: It6 Jinsai. 46p. E43 VT f MPAL - - F R7T Hino Tatsuo. Edojin to yutopia. Asahi Shinbunsha, 1977. 224p. (Asahi sensho) Collection of essays on the decadent state of literature and culture at the end of the Edo period. Kokugaku (National Learning) E44 )Af* IE fiH4,RVI)P9 Okubo Tadashi. Edo jidai no kokugaku. Shibundo, 1963. 278p. (Nihon rekishi shinsho) Study of the development of national learning in the Edo period, with emphasis on the work of the Priest Keichui, Kada no Azumamaro, Kamo no Mabuchi, and Motoori Norinaga. Index. E45 _ 15 1X1 X ~) M! Saegusa Yasutaka. Kokugaku no undo. Kazama Shob6, 1966. 529p. Study of kokugaku as a literary movement, with emphasis on the works of the Priest Keichfi, Kada no Azumamaro, and Kamo no Mabuchi. Illustrations. E46 A %E- - E6i2,t Hanawa Hokiichi Kinen ronbunshu, ed. by Hanawa Hokiichi Kengyo 150 nensai Ronbushui Henshui Iinkai. Onko Gakkai, 1971. 475p. Collection of 24 essays issued in commemoration of the 150th year since the death of the scholar Hanawa Hokiichi, compiler of the Gunsho ruiju. Covers history, literature, education, etc. Bibliographical references. E47 I'tq'_ GL 7:'~'~ Shigematsu Nobuhiro. Kinsei kokugaku no bungaku kenkya. Kazama Shobo, 1974. 332p. Study of the literary work produced by scholars of the national learning school, including that of the Priest Keichuf, Kada no Azumamaro, Kamo no Mabuchi, and Motoori Norinaga. E48 1UJ4 ~I Q~h4A Maruyama Sueo. Kokugakushij6 no hitobito, ed. by Maruyama Sueo Ik6shui Kank6kai, Yoshikawa Kobunkan, 1979. 885p. Collection of essays, issued posthumously, on Edo period scholars of national learning and men of letters, including Ueda Akinari, Kat6 Umaki, etc. Contains a bio-bibliography. E49 BA 1 [ * 3~ it Kiyohara Sado. Kokugaku hattatsushi. Kokusho Kank6kai, 1981. 434p. Photo reproduction of the 1935 edition. A standard work on the the history of Kokugaku (national learning). Index. LANGUAGE E50 & ~^[ iFP ~ 3O Yuzawa Kokichir6. Edo kotoba no kenkyu. Reprint ed. Meiji Shoin, 1954. 753p. A study of the colloquial language used in the city of Edo at the end of the Tokugawa period. Based on an analysis of this langauge as found in works of fiction, Kabuki plays, rakugo, etc. Bibliographical references. Index. ES1 it IB,JllH~ >g~~ Yuzawa Kokichiro. Tokugawa jidai gengo no kenkyu: Kamigatahen. Kazama Shobo, 1955. 650p. Reprint of the 1936 edition. A study of the colloquial language used in the Kyoto/Osaka area in the early Edo period, as seen in Kabuki, J6ruri, etc. Bibliographical references. Index. E52 V:~ 0 L t ~PO~PP__2.AL L - OD a Sugimoto Tsutomu. Edo jidai rangogaku no seiritsu to sono tenkai. Waseda Daigaku Shuppanbu, 1976-(1981) (4v)

Page  69 69 English title: Dutch linguistics, its formation, growth, and development. Each volume is illustrated. V. 1 General survey. V.2 Edo scholars of Western learning such as Arai Hakuseki, etc. V.3 The compilation of the Dutch-Japanese dictionaries. V.4 Personal histories and scientific works of the Dutch scholars. Contains extensive notes for vol.1-3. E53 R M )? Z iJ Haga Noboru. Edogo no seiritsu. Kaitakusha, 1982. 221p. (Kaitakusha gengo bunka s6sho) Linguistic and social development of speech in the city of Edo. PROSE LITERATURE Fiction E54 44+j i&ff 5&^,% Nakamura Yukihiko. Kinsei shosetsushi no kenkyu. Offsha, 1961. 368p. Collection of essays on Edo period fiction, including sharebon, yomihon, etc. Also contains essays on the Hachimonjiya publishing house, and the Edo period reading public. Index. E55 WPtf iE fi tlf{ O Nakamura Yukihiko. Kinsei sakka kenkya. San'ichi Shobo, 1961. 365p. Collection of essays on Edo period writers, including Ihara Saikaku, Tada Nanrei, It6 Jinsai and his disciples, Ueda Akinari, Jippensha Ikku, Tamenaga Shunsui, etc. Index. E56 ffR A d-ti do3Mft~ Noda Hisao. Kinsei shosetsushi ronko. Hanawa Shob6, 1961. 409p. Collection of 11 essays on some of the less-studied genres of late Edo period fiction, including kanazoshi, ukiyoz6shi, dangibon, etc. Index. E57 fPtq~ R 3 iM Nakamura Yukihiko. Gesakuron. Kadokawa Shoten, 1966. 321p. A comprehensive study of the history, style, and structure of fiction. Also discusses the publishing business. Illustrations, index. E52-E64 E58 &Wuil ~ '-f - Z FHasegawa Tsuyoshi. Ukiyozoshi no kenkyu. Offisha, 1969. 634p. History of ukiyoz6shi and the Hachimonjiya publishing firm, from its rise in the Genroku era (1688-1704) to its decline in the Genbun era (1736-41). Chronology. Index. E59 AW V T j]opf,11lt: 3P Mut6 Sadao. Edo kobanashi no hikaku kenkyu. Tokyodo Shuppan, 1970. 310p. A study comparing Edo period kobanashi (short tales) with Chinese comic stories, senryfi poems, ky6gen, folk tales, etc. E60 P 7 E A * m Mori Senz6. Kibyoshi kaidai. Chuo K6ronsha, 1972-74. 2v. Study of Edo period kiby6shi. V.1 discusses 130 titles published between 1772-85; V.2 discusses 121 titles published between 1786-93. Illustrated. E61 tM i ~t RiR fARiAR Ozaki Kyfiya. Kinsei shomin bungaku ronk6, ed. by Nakamura Yukihiko. Chiuo k6ronsha, 1973. 374p. Collection of 22 essays on bibliographical aspects of late Edo period popular literature. Also contains the author's autobiography. E62 t i f t Yokoyama Kuniharu. Yomihon no kenkyu - Edo to Kamigata to. Kazama Shob6, 1974. 876p. History of yomihon from the late Tenmei era to the end of the Edo period (1780's-1869). Also relates the history of yomihon studies. Index. E63 f * P jl W A 9-t Mizuno Minoru. Edo sh6setsu ronso. Chiuo Koronsha, 1974. 416p. Collection of 20 essays on late Edo fiction. Concentrates especially on the sharebon of Sant6 Ky6den and the g6kan (collected volumes) of Kyokutei Bakin. E64 rP f*I W ^WTi O2: Tanaka Shin. Kanaz6shi no kenkyu. Offisha, 1974. 393p. History of kanazoshi and other prose writings. Contains reproductions of rare editions. Illustrations. Index.

Page  70 70 E65-E78 E65 Af_='F~ iE riM/-`V)Wf Asano Sanpei. Kinsei chiiki sh~3setsu no kenkyii. Offisha, 1975. 133lp. Collection of 14 essays on the history of fiction and tales of famous sites in the 18th century. E66 M~T t N- &-*Y Sakamaki Ko-ta. Kanazishi shinko&. Kasama Shoin, 1978. 242p. (Kasama s~sho) Study of kanazs~shi, including Asai Ryo-i's Edo meishoki, Tokaidhi meishoki, etc. E67 J rIn'IIi 'Nfif-RFEA J- _Qif Tachikawa Kiyoshi. Kinsei kaii shoisetsu kenkyai. Kasama Shoin, 1979. 346p. (Kasama so-sho) On Edo period ghost stories. Selected from various genres of fiction. Aoyama Tadakazu. Kinsei zenki bungaku no kenkyii. Revised ed. Oftisha, 1981. 342p. Study of the moral teachings found in early Edo period kanazo-shi. (See also A17) E69 4 ff = IVAfn9E Nakano Mitsutoshi. Gesaku kenkyii. Chiio5 Ko-ronsha, 1981. '418p. Collection of essays on gesaku, the eastward movement of the publishing trade from the Kyoto area to Edo, and dangibon and their writers. Indexes. E70 L~YC 0 {1~ _- r Hirose Tomomitsu. Gesaku bungeiron. Kasama Shoin, 1982. 515p. (Kasama s~isho) Study of kiby~shi and biographies of gesaku writers, with emphasis on Koikawa Harumachi. Contains reference sources on Koikawa and a catalog of kiby~shi, arranged by name of author, and with kana readings for unusual titles. Individual Authors Saikaku, 1642-93 Munemasa Isoo. Saikaku no kenkyit. Miraisha, 1969. 1346p. Collection of essays on Saikaku, including such topics as the intellectual and spiritual basis of Saikaku's fiction; concerning Saikaku's disciple H~ij6 Dansui; the readership for Saikaku's works, etc. E73 MNA ~ ~ F Yoshie Hisaya. Saikaku bun gaku kenkyai. Kasama Shoin, 1974. 623p. Introduction to Saikaku's fiction, its relationship to Ukiyozoishi, the structure of the ko-shokumono, etc. Index. E74 Nf Q.4AMr-Tfrl~ Saikaku ronso&, ed. by Noma K~shin. Chfik Ko-ronsha, 1975. 562p. Festschrift in honor of Noma Ko-shin. Consists of essays by 28 scholars, including one by Donald Keene titled "The humor of Ihara Saikaku". Illustrated. E75 f* - Ba Y, tq- 1If% Hinotani Teruhiko. Ihara Saikaku kenkyii. Miyai Shoten, 1979. 445p. A collection of 16 essays on different facets of Saikaku's work. Organized into three parts: 1, the structure of Saikaku's works; 2, Saikaku's dealings with the publishing industry; 3, the elements of folklore in Saikaku's fiction. Inui Hiroyuki. Haikaishi Saikaku. Maeda Shoten, 1979. 1302p. (Maeda kokubun sensho) Essays on Saikaku's years as a haikai poet of the Danrin school. E77 Tf rP1 XF<N *5 Noma K6shin. Saikaku shinshinko6. Iwanami Shoten, 1981. 640p. E71 I 14 3MIARM W Saikaku, ed. by Tenri Toshokan. 1965. 2v. Festschrift commemorating the 60th birthday of Nakayama Shi-zen, Archbishop of the Tenri sect. Consists of reproductions of biographcial materials, block copies, and first editions of Saikaku 's works, with bibliographical explanations of important editions. Chronology. Index. New, revised edition of "Saikaku shinko&', published by Chikumna Shob,6 in 1953. E78 V-P Ut- _N f- ~AflD Taniwaki Masachika. Saikaku kenkyfi ronk5. Shintensha, 1981. 4K38p. (Shintensha kenkyti so-sho) A collection of the author's previously published essays on various aspects of Saikaku's work.

Page  71 71 E79 ~W4S9M j~1XLN)ttLA Taniwaki Masachika. Genroku bunka Saikaku no sekai. Ky-ikusha, 1982. 227p. (Ky~ikusha rekishi shinsho) An introduction to Genroku culture through Saikaku's fiction. Reference bibliography. Chronology. E80 F.R M~ V IA O)4'f Hirosue Tamotsu. Saikaku no sh~setsu. Heibonsha, 1982. 265p. (Heibonsha sensho) A study of Saikaku's novels. The author holds that Saikaku's stories have an unfinished quality about them unique to the age in which Saikaku wrote. Hence his fiction should not be regarded as a forerunner of the modem novel. Ueda Akinari, 1734-1809 Takada Mamoru. Ueda Akinari nenpu ko-setsu. Meizend6, 1964. 427p. A chronological study of Ueda Akinari. Contains essays on Akinari's parentage and on the probable date of publication of Ugetsu Monogatari. Illustrations. Index. Takada Mamoru. Ueda Akinari kenkyai josetsu. Nara Shobo-i, 1968. 488p. An introduction to the study of Ueda Akinari and his works. E83 N[Wt.H flL' *c'QVth Washiyama Jushin. Akinari bungaku no shis6-. Kyoto, H&z-kan, 1979. 46Op. Traces the intellectual development of Akinari by examining the influence of National Learning (kokugaku), Buddhism, and Confucianism on Akinari's fiction. Foreword in English. E84 -kQPW Owa Yasuhiro. Ueda Akinari. Shunjiisha, 1982. 1368p. A literary biography of Ueda Akinari. others E85 4J'i)WRML [I- fi Koike I-ogorbi. Santk3 Ky~den, ed. by Nihon Rekishi Gakkai. Yoshikawa K6bunkan, 1961. 311lp. (Jinbutsu s isho) E79-E91 Biography of Santd Ky~den - gesaku writer, ukiyoe artist, shopkeeper. Contains a chronology, bibliographical references, and illustrations. E86 i 5 &o Honda Yasuo. Shikitei Sanba no bungei. Kasama Shoin, 1973. 4l4p. The life and work of the gesaku. writer Shikitei Sanba. Each chapter includes bibliographical information. Contains a chronology, illustrations. Index. Travel Accounts E 87 AFH~R M Uchida Takeshi. Sugae Masumi no tabi to nikki. Miraisha, 1970. 292p. Study of the travel diaries written by the Kokugaku scholar Sugae Masumi between the years 1784-1814. Contains a chronology. E88 P * 1Z Li $f- 3 Suzuki ThzW. Kinsei kik65 bungei n6to. Tokyodo-, 1974. 303p. Study of travel diaries of literary value written during the Edo period. POETRY Haiku, Senryti, Zappai E 89 V 4,rA -p 9 - ~ A L '~ Haiku shiriizu: Hito to sakuhin. Offlisha, 1963-67. 1l8v. Discusses Bash7,, Buson, Kobayashi Issa, Masaoka Shiki, etc. Supplement volumes treat the history of modern haiku poetics and haiku forms. E90 TUJ~f_- (4 2 PKuriyama Riichi. Haikaishi. Hanawa Shob6, 1963. 369p. (Hanawa sensho) A general history of haikai from the times of Bash6 to modern haiku. Adachi Yoshio. Edo senryi- no shiteki kenkya. Kazama Shob6, 1967. l0135p. A survey history of Edo senryfi. Concentrates on the development of senryili in the 18th century. Chronology.T"'A'~% Inee.

Page  72 72 E92-EJOS E92 XL r,64 Inui Hiroyuki. Shoki haikai no tenkai. Oftisha, 1968. 34 1p. Collection of 11I essays tracing the history of haikai from the Danrin school to the Sho-mon school. Contains a name/title/subject index and a first word index for haiku. E93 Pr*W Nose Asaji. Renku geijustu no seikaku. Kadokawa Shoten, 1970. 2132p. (Kadokawa sensho) Collection of essays on the development of linked verse in the Edo period. E94 R FTAYY f~ L C V)P Okazaki Yoshie. Geijutsu toshite no haikai. New ed. H~bunkan, 1970. 3'79p. (Okazaki Yoshie chosakusen) Collection of essays on the view of nature expressed in BashO-s haiku. E95 UXff IN f Ogino Kiyoshi chosakushfi. Akao Sho-und6, 1970-71. 2v. V.1I Essays on haikai of the Genroku era (1688-1704) and the revival of haikai by Bash -. V.2 Comments on 159 haiku in the Sarumino. E96 4I]* - jt_ {JWVffl Yamamoto Yuiichi. Genroku haikai no is&5. Kyoto, H~zikan, 1971. 302p. A survey of Genroku haikai, with studies of the work of Onitsura, Bash6, Kikaku, etc. Miyata Masanobu. Zappaishi no kenkyh-. Kyoto, Akao Sh~bund6, 1972. 599p. Traces the development of zappai (comic haikai). Contains an annotated bibliography. Index. E98 f4Z l P A 4 -Suzuki Katsutada. Haikaishiy6. Meiji Shoin, 1973. 213p. Outlines stylistic changes in linked verse from renga to modem haiku. Ogata Tsutomu. Haikaishi ronlori. Offisha, 1977. 2)7Op. (Kkuo oubngkuknkyti s~sho, v.3)~ Traces the development of haikai. Concentrates especially on the origins of various schools, such as Danrin, Bash6$, etc. ElOOG gf'~ Eto- Yasusada. Kinsei shoki haikai ronk6. Kasama Shoin, 1977. 31lIp. A study of the representative features of four different schools active in the early years of haikai: Moritake, S~iin, Teimnon, and Danrin. Bibliographical notes at the end of each chapter. Yamamoto Yuiichi. Haibungaku no keifu. Kyoto, H&iz-kan, 1978. 374p. A collection of essays on the spiritual influence of haikai on Japanese culture, as seen in the work of Bash6, Issa, etc. Konishi Jin'ichi. Haiku no sekai. Revised ed. Kenkyfisha Shuppan, 1981. 32Op. Traces the history of haiku in 2 parts: pt. 1 pre-Meiji haikai; pt. 2 post-Meiji and contemporary haiku. Index. E103 f4I -,; * 73~$ M Haibungaku ronshit, ed. by Miyamoto SaburiSensei Tsuitc Ronbunshili Kank6kai. Kasama Shoin, 1981. 1383p. (Kasama soisho) Collection of essays on haikai literature. Written by Professor Miyamoto Sabur~s colleagues in his honor. Contains a bio-bibliography. Matsuo Bash&) (died 1695) E 104 k)1~ J J * EAL. ~~q O?) f 1 Ouchi Hatsuo. Bash56 to Sh~mon no kenkyi-. Oftisha, 1968. 325p. Collection of essays on Bash6 and the Shimon school. Contains a chapter on the publishing done by this school, discussing publishing expenses, number of copies printed, etc. Bash6 no hon, ed. by Nakamura Yukihiko, et al. Kadokawa Shoten, 1969-72. 8v. Concerning Bash0-. Each volume contains a reference bibliography. V.1I Personality, thought and the world of the poet, ed. by Nakamura Yukio. V.2 The poet's life, ed. by Kat6 Shu-son.

Page  73 73 EJOS-E117 V.3 The spread of Bash6-style haikai to various localities, ed. by Ogata Tsutomu. V.4 Ideas and their expression, ed. by Kadokawa Motoyoshi. V.5 The world of the master poets (kasen), ed. by Yamamoto Kenkichi. V.6 Wandering sage, ed. by Imoto N(ichi. V.7 Artistic refinement in Basho-s work, ed. by Konishi Jin'ichi. V.8 (Suppl.) Illustrations, charts, etc., ed. by Okada Rihei. E106 Efi 4Af -i* U[W- Q Bash6, Buson, Issa, ed. by Kuriyama Riichi. Yiiizankaku, 1978. 41llp. A festschrift in honor of Professor Kuriyama Riichi. Consists of 21 essays on the poets BashM, Buson, and Issa. Bio-bibliography appended. E 107 E 4 W, Bashti Ki6za. Yiisei&i, 1982- (5v.) Lectures on Bash6. V.1I Biography of Bash6 and his disciples. Chronology. V.2 Style of presentation in haikai, poetics. V.3 forthcoming. V.4 Appreciation of hokku and renga. V.5 Prose works, travel accounts. Waka E1I0 8 [bA A t f1 N Z9, Yamamoto Kasho-. Kinsei wakahion. Bunkyo5 Tosho Shuppan, 1958. 635p. Traces the history of waka in the Edo period from the revival of the classical style by Kamo no Mabuchi and his disciples. E109 VU4AMl A A9 -~ Yamamoto Kash6. Kamo no Mabuchi ron. Kyoto, Hatsune Shobo-, 1963. 325p. Study of Kamo no Mabuchi as poet and reformer of waka. Yanase Kazuo. Kinsei waka kenkya. Kat6i Chiid6kan, 1978. 843p. (Yanase Kazuo chosakushO-, v.5) A study of some of the lesser known poets of the early modemn period, including the Priest KeichO,' Yokoi Senshti, Takabatake Shikibu, etc. Tsujimori Shuiei. Kinsei k6ki kadan no kenkya.Oftisha, 1978. 462p. Collection of essays on the circles of waka poets at the end of the Edo period in Edo and other places. Includes a study of the waka written during this period in the style of the Shin Kokinshi~. Kanshi (poetry in Chinese) E112 ~IJ hU Fujikawa Hideo. Edo k6ki no shijintachi. Chikuma Shob6, 1973. 1397p. (Chikuma s~isho) Traces the history of Chinese-style poetry written in the last 1 00 years of the Edo period. Index. Noguchi Takehiko. Edo bungaku no shi to shinjitsu. Chii K6ronsha, 1971.25p A modem interpretation of the poetry of Gion Nankai, D~myaku Sensei, Ota Nanpo, and Dazai Shundai. E1I14 * j Rai Mornosaburo. Kinsei bundan shiwa - Shijin no tegami. Bunka Hy6ronsha, 1974. 283p. Describes life of poets and poetic circles in the Kyoto/Osaka area between the years, 1764-81, based on letters and notes left by those poets. Nakamura Shin'ichir6i. Rai San'y65 to sono jidai. Chfi6 K~ronsha, 1971. 654p. (Chfik6 bunko, 1976-77. 3v.) The life and times of Rai San'y6, his family, friends, disciples, etc. A chronology, genealogy. Personal name index. PERFORMING ARTS. AND DRAMA E116 RUW)h9 r-A4~~MR9 Sekiyama Kazuo. Chfiky35 geino- fudoki. Seiab -, 1970. 295p. Survey of the performing arts in Edo period Nagoya, including drama, story-telling, popular songs, etc. Index. Tai Sh6nosuke. Kinsei engeki no kenkya. Oftisha, 1972. 622p.

Page  74 74 E117-E129 Study of the characteristic features of Kabuki, with reference to the works of Tsuruya Nanboku and Kawatake Mokuami. Includes chapters on the kabuki plays and joruri written by Chikamatsu Monzaemon. El 18 'ft {0i H 3* &At~ Matsuda Osamu. Nihon geinoshi ronko. Hosei Daigaku Shuppankyoku, 1974. 289p. (Sosho Nihon bungakushi kenkyfi) Thesis on the Japanese performing arts which holds that, because these arts originated in the satirical sketches performed by wandering minstrels, their mature forms are characterized by certain philosophical contrasts, such as sacred vs. vulgar, light vs. darkness, beauty vs. ugliness, etc. E l 19 ~ 0 f- t J1 f - Matsuzaki Hitoshi. Genroku engeki kenkyu. Tokyo Daigaku Shuppankai. 1979. 292p. Collection of essays on the performing arts of the Genroku era (1688-1704), especially Genroku kabuki and the joruri of Chikamatsu. Index. Kabuki El 20 Iki, ffA Shuzui Kenji chosakushu. Kasama Shoin, 1976-79. 6v. Collected works of Shuzui Kenji. V. 1 Structure of kabuki, bibliographical research on kabuki and joruri, etc. V.2 History of Edo period drama, collection of annotated scripts, etc. V.3 Introduction to kabuki, on Tsuruya Nanboku and Kawatake Mokuami, etc. V.4 Giri, Chikamatsu, J6ruri. V.5 Essays on fiction, the performing arts, and actors. V.6 (Suppl.) Charts and illustrations, explanatory notes. E122 [t~[ tt & ~ 9 3B Watsuji Tetsuro. Kabuki to ayatsuri joruri. Iwanami Shoten, 1963. 730p. (Watsuji Tetsur6 zenshui V. 16) A study of the historical development of kabuki and the puppet theater. E123 i:,-]' ^^' ^ Jf-R t Noson butai no sogoteki kenkyu, ed. by Tsunoda Ichiro. Oftisha, 1971. 845p. Report of a field survey that investigated the existence and condition of theaters in rural areas. Indicates the distribution of theaters by district. Contains a reference bibliography. Illustrations. E124 7Jj:g ~Et~~0 Suwa Haruo. Genroku kabuki no kenkyu. Kasama Shoin, 1967, 425p. (Kasama sosho) A survey of kabuki in the Genroku era (1688-1704), with emphasis on the actor Ichikawa Danjuro, kabuki's relationship to kyogen, joruri, etc. E125 5WiAE/l P5k5ft: 1 A Zx4 Gunji Masakatsu. Kabuki: yoshiki to dento. Gakugei Shoin, 1969. 330p. First published in 1954 by Nara Shobo. Examines the folkloric origins of kabuki and its forms of performance. Illustrations. Index. E126 W't t} ' J t V,=, S, Imao Tetsuya. Henshin no shiso. Hosei Daigaku Shuppankyoku, 1970. 324p. (Sosho. Nihon bungakushi kenkyu) Collection of essays on the principles of acting in double roles employed by kabuki actors, and on the establishment of kyogen in Genroku kabuki, etc. E127,J, f -;. 0 e ) ~ L Ogasawara Kyoko. Kabuki no tanjo. Meiji Shoin, 1972. 447p. Collection of essays on the development of kabuki, from its origins to the Genroku era. E128 14if r:'f5&0 j j)fiE~W r Suwa Haruo. Kabukishi no gashoteki kenkya. Asuka Shobo, 1974. 482p. Pictorial history of kabuki. Examines kabuki in its early years by referring to illustrated evidence, including screens, scrolls, etc. Also includes ukiyoe prints of actors. E129 W-142 - ~t1itt Hattori Yukio. Hengeron - Kabuki no seishinshi. Heibonsha, 1975. 269p. El21 if'WIM-t if. ft T, P q/T Kawatake Shigetoshi. Kawatake Mokuami, ed. by Nihon Rekishi Gakkai. Yoshikawa Kobunkan, 1961. 271p. (Jinbutsu sosho) Contains a biography of the playwright Kawatake Mokuami and an annotated list of his plays. Chronology and reference bibliography included.

Page  75 75 Study of the influence of folklore and religion on kabuki, ghost stories, etc. E130 jlWN v):JF~ Hattori Yukio. Kabuki seiritsu no kenkyiu. Revised ed. Kazama Shob6, 1980. 613p. Collection of essays on the history of Kabuki and related performing arts such as kabuki dancing, kyogen, etc. Contains a reference bibliography. Illustrations. Index. E131 UnW] P:f t f Hattori Yukio. Edo kabukiron. H6sei Daigaku Shuppankai, 1980. 429p. (S6sho Nihon bunkashi kenkyu) Collection of 15 essays on Edo Kabuki from the point of view of cultural history. Includes essays on the organization of kabuki, make up, audiences, haikai-like elements in kabuki performances, etc. Illustrated. Index. E132 +tfl[M1 ZiAX l'~W5T Nakamura Tetsuro. Seiyojin no kabuki hakken. Geki Shob6, 1982. 280p. The West's 'discovery' - from the Edo period to modem times - of kabuki and Japanese drama. Contains a chronology and a bibliography. Illustrations. Joruri E133 MtUR[ M M,~ t Utsumi Shigetaro. Ningy6 joruri to bungaku. Hakusuisha, 1958. 769p. Introduction to the puppet theater. Explains the basics of puppet theater music, the puppets, the stage, etc. Reference bibliography. Index. E134 1Affl-PR AR,, J/ h l — f9 -Tsunoda Ichiro. Ningyogeki no seiritsu ni kansuru kenkyu. Osaka, Asahiya Shoten, 1963. 978p. Historical study of the puppet theater in Japan. Traces the origins to Chinese puppet theater and Japanese kugutsu of the ancient and medieval periods. Contains a list of reference books in Chinese and Japanese. Index. E129-E142 image of feudal society offered in the texts of the puppet theater. E136 M IE:E~%%,^ Yokoyama Tadashi. Joruri ayatsurishibai no kenkyu. Kazama Shob6, 1963. 781p. Study of the development of literary style in the plays of the puppet theater, with examples drawn mainly from the work of Chikamatsu. E137 4 &ftI J Q 9 t a f Muroki Yatar6. Katarimono (mai, sekkyo, kojoruri) no kenkyu. Kazama Shobo, 1970. 512p. Historical study of several forms of narrated literature popular in the early Edo period. E138 ATF:J W~;t&Ai,T Mizutani Futo. Shinshu eiri jorurishi. Enlarged and revised ed. Chuoi K6ronsha, 1974. 406p. (Mizutani Fut6 ch6sakushfi, v.4) Collection, with commentary, of illustrated j6ruri texts. Index. E139 Itiitf WeAPA Yuida Yoshio. Jorurishi ronk6. Chuo Koronsha, 1975. 651p. Collection of essays on various aspects of the puppet theater, its history, music, stagecraft, etc. E140 Mt1 IE if:it,1fflAt Yokoyama Tadashi. Kinsei engeki rons6. Seibund6 Shuppan, 1976. 580p. Companion volume to the author's "Joruri ayatsuri shibai no kenkyu". A collection of essays on the plays of Ki no Kaion, a bibliographic study of maruhon, the dramatic character of local performing arts, etc. E141 Wl T ifi, IJ Yokoyama Tadashi. Kinsei engeki. Ofusha, 1981. 296p. Collection of essays on gidayu recitation and j6ruri. Contains reprints of joruri in modem typescript with kana readings. E135 i 'A;h FWfc Chikaishi Yasuaki. Ayatsuri joruri no kenkya. Kazama Shob6, 1961-65. 2v. V. 1 Study of the structure of the music used in Bunraku, its conventions, etc. V.2 discusses the Chikamatsu Monzaemon E142 A f { it t METq Mori Osamu. Chikamatsu Monzaemon. San'ichi Shob6, 1959. 234p.

Page  76 76 E142-E155 Introduction to the life and work of the famous playwright. Contains a chronological list of his works. E143 i,P9tfW9 AP9,Eh^JF, Chikamatsu Monzaemon kenkyu nyamon, ed. by Chikamatsu Monzaemon Kenkyfkai. Tokyo Daigaku Shuppankai, 1963. 306p. Collection of essays on the life, work, and philosophy of Chikamatsu. Contains a chronological list of works and a reference bibliography. E144 /M~ f; 4 p 2Ji Hirosue Tamotsu. (Z6ho) Chikamatsu josetsu. Enlarged ed. Miraisha, 1963. 438p. Collection of essays on Chikamatsu as a writer of tragedies for the stage. E145 IE;f^~ *; 'z " #} Shohon Chikamatsu zensha, ed. by Chikamatsu Shoshi Kenkyukai. Benseisha, 1977-(84) (v.24) Consists of photo reproductions of 148 of Chikamatsu's works. Will be complete in 36 vols., including 23 volumes of works that can be certainly identified as Chikamatsu's, and 11 volumes of works which are thought to be his. A supplementary volume will contain reproductions of colophons, indexes to titles, publishers, actors, gidayu chanters, etc. E146 Mn it '^JcItt Takiguchi Hiromi. Chikamatsu gikyoku no sekai. Kasama Shoin, 1981. 240p. Collection of essays on various aspects of Chikamatsu's plays, including 'The religious character of sewamono', 'Some problems concerning the dramatic structure of sewamono', etc. Katarimono (recited literature) E147 PA-[nI " t R e J Sekiyama Kazuo. Sekkyo to wagei. Seiabo, 1964. 320p. Study of the influence of sermons on story-telling. Illustrations. E148 RtlJl dH ~%:g Maeda Isamu. Kamigata rakugo no rekishi. Revised and enlarged ed. Osaka, Sugimoto Shoten, 1966. 292p. History of rakugo in the Kyoto/Osaka area. E149 ]::/ m f m Ad Sekine Mokuan. K6dan rakugok6. Yuizankaku, 1967. 403p. History of yose (variety halls) in the city of Edo. Traces the sources of stories told there, and discusses famous performers and their methods of impersonation. E150 fM I 1 H 5k a )S j^ff Sekiyama Kazuo. Sekky6 no rekishiteki kenkyu. Kyoto, Hozokan, 1973. 422p. History of Jodo-sect and Jodo shin-sect sermons and their relationship to the origins of story-telling. (see also F147) E151 llJ t H JhsA '800q5& Maeda Isamu. Kamigata manzai 800 nenshi. Osaka, Sugimoto Shoten, 1975. 264p. 800 years of comic dancers (manzai) in the Kyoto/ Osaka area. E152 RWTi[ X "x c 4 Teruoka Yasutaka. Rakugo no nenrin. K6dansha, 1978. 518p. History of rakugo, from the Edo period to the postwar period. Also treats various genres of storytelling performed to the accompaniment of the shamisen. A chronological reference list appended. E153 MA ~ W~T:~k MIN Hanashibon taikei, ed. by Muto Sadao, et al. Tokyodo, 1976-79. 20v. Collection of Edo period hanashibon (story books). V.20 consists of reproductions of Chinese style humorous stories written by Japanese and translations of Chinese humorous stories. Each volume contains explanatory notes. LIFE AND CULTURE E154 'l'ff!i; A A L Ono Tadashige. Hanga - Nihon no kurashi no e. Dabidosha, 1958. 192p. Study of the depiction of everyday life in hanga (wood block prints). Also discusses illustrated books, nishikie of the Meiji era, and the life of the ukiyoe artist. Illustrations. E155 l-$N f{'~Wr: 250 q Takahashi Seiichiro. (Shinshui) Ukiyoe 250 nen. Chuoi K6ron Bijustu Shuppan, 1961. 427p.

Page  77 77 E155-E163 Study of the woodblock print and print makers in the Edo period. Contains both color and black and white plates. With a brief outline in English at the back of the book. Indexed by name of artist. E156 t i- A i * Seikatsushi sosho. Yuizankaku, 1965- (31v.) Collection of studies on certain Edo period groups i.e. warriors, policemen, townsmen, retainers, the Shogun's family, early Meiji entertainers, etc. E157 l1ttJil]f 0~ 1 X el e Okada Rihei. Haiga no sekai. Tanko Shinsha, 1966. 131p. Surveys the development of haiga (haiku pictures) with reference to S6in, Saikaku, Bash6 and his disciples, etc. Contains references and a brief chronology. V.8 Life of the master wood-block artists Sharaku, Utamaro, and Hokusai, by Tazaki Yonosuke. V.9 History of religious movements, especially the 'ee ja nai ka' movement of the late Edo period, by Nishigaki Harutsugu. V. 10 Ukiyoburo - the public bath house in the Edo period, by Jinbo Kazuya. V. 11 The beginnings of publishing, by Suwa Haruo. V. 12 Life of the people during the 300 years of the Edo period, by Sugimoto Sonoko. E161 /b1'fT,, Ad 't, Ono Tadashige. Ukiyoe. Tokai Daigaku Shuppankai, 1980. 240p. (Tokai Daigaku bunka sensho) Study of ukiyoe print makers as artists who documented the art and culture of their times. Illustrations. E158 X H Rid*_flS Hirai Kiyoshi. Nihon no kinsei jfitaku. Kashima Kenkyujo, 1968. 234p. Describes the residences of the sh6gun, daimyo, etc. of the Momoyama and Edo periods. Illustrations and charts. E159 T gI at t VH.~f~ Moriya Takeshi. Kabuki no jidai. Kadokawa Shoten, 1976. 234p. (Kikan rons6: Nihon bunka 5) Describes the social life and customs of people in what the author terms the 'Kabuki era' - late 17thearly 18th century. E160 Hi Pi> E J - X Edo shiriizu. Mainichi Shinbunsha, 1976-78. 12v. Edo series: V. 1 Life during the period of national seclusion, by Maeda Ai. V.2 On social and political reform from the feudal to the modem period, by Haga Noboru. V.3 The foundation of kabuki, by Kawatake Toshio. V.4 The influence of Chinese literature on Edo period literature, ed. by Suwa Haruo and Hino Tatsuo. V.5 Double suicide and the literature of Chikamatsu, by Suwa Haruo. V.6 Belief in the gods (kami) during the feudal period, by Tamamura Fumio and Miyata Noboru. V.7 Anti-establishment literati in the H6reki era (1751-64), by Nakano Mitsutoshi. E162 i&A: i f M:t=5~ 4s Kinsei fuzoku zukan, ed. by Kikuchi Sadao, et al. Mainichi Shinbunsha, 1973-74. 3v. Reproductions of paintings and scrolls depicting the social life and customs of people during the Edo period. V. 1 Manners and customs, annual events in Edo. V.2 Manners and customs, annual events outside Edo. V.3 The performing arts and various occupations. E163 i& t R {f M[ Bi Kinsei fazoku zufu. Sh6gakkan, 1982-(84). (13v.) Series of illustrated books depicting the social life and customs of people during the Edo period. V.1 Annual events. V.2 Recreation.* V.3 Kyoto and its vicinity 1. V.4 Kyoto and its vicinity 2. * V.5 Shijo Kawara entertainment district (Kyoto). V.6 Gay quarters. V.7 * V.8 Festivals 1. V.9 Festivals 2. V.10 Kabuki. * V.11 Manners and customs of nobles and warriors. V. 12 Occupations. * V. 13 Foreigners. * * forthcoming.

Page  78 78 E164-E175 Education E164 f[ ^ H. A ) v a I Wajima Yoshio. Shoheiko to Hangaku. Shibundo, 1962. 194p. (Nihon rekishi shinsho) History of education under the Tokugawa regime. Traces the development of Confucian studies at the Shoheiko (Bakufu school) in Edo and at local schools established by the Han administrations. Reference bibliography. Illustrations. E165 OllT A fI:mf,.KIRk^~ Yamashita Takeshi. Edo jidai shomin kyoka seisaku no kenkyu. Azekura Shob6, 1969. 454p. Studies in the educational policy of the Bakufu. Pt. 1 Bakufu and Han policy for the education of the masses. Pt.2 Educational institutions and texts. Pt.3 Publications for the education of the masses and banned books. Pt.4 The influence of Bakufu policy on early Meiji period publishing. Contains bibliographical references, illustrations, index. E166 F ) ~ ( ~ I3,;f, t Nihon no Hanko, ed. by Naramoto Tatsuya. Tankosha, 1970. 319p. Sh6heik6 of the Bakufu and 11 prominent Han schools. Contains a list of Han schools. Illustrated. E167 JltII~I~R h X J 1,, b_Ishikawa Matsutaro. Hank6 to terakoya. Kyoikusha, 1978. 246p. (Rekishi shinsho. Nihon rekishi) Study of the education given warriors at the Han schools and that given commoners at the terakoya. References. Illustrated. Publishing E168 1S ati tH —i- ~d f S 3 jt~ Kasai Sukeharu. Kinsei hanko ni okeru shuppansho no kenkyu. Yoshikawa Kobunkan, 1962. 787p. Study of 800 works published by some 120 Edo period Han schools. Arranged by geographical region and Han, giving school name, year founded, status of clan, etc. Illustrated. Index. E169 _@~ pM E-Rt, Uesato Shunsei. Edo shoseki shoshi. Meicho Kankokai, 1965. 224p. Photo reproduction of 1930 edition. A history of the book trade in the city of Edo. Describes publishing and the book-making process in the early Edo period. E170 #~tW: J/,V Inoue Kazuo. Keich6 irai shoka shfran. Revised and enlarged edition by Sakamoto Muneko. Osaka, Takao Shoten, 1970. l1 p. Directory of bookstores in Kyoto, Osaka, and Edo from the Keicho to the Keio era (1596-1868). Lists 3022 stores, giving location, name, dates of existence, and list of publications. E171 AAH {,ll~)HtAMlMWtS~tV Yajima Genryo. Tokugawa jidai shuppansha, shuppanbutsu shuran. Man'yodo Shoten, 1976. 2v. Directory of approximately 3,200 publishers and 17,000 titles of trade books issued during the Edo period. Arranged by name of publisher. Author/title index. E172 -"',E). r /it Konda Y6oz. Edo no hon'yasan - kinsei bunkashi no sokumen. Nihon Hoso Shuppan Kyokai, 1977. 206p. (NHK Books) A cultural history of Edo period publishing. Covers the state of publishing in Kyoto, and the development of publishing from the Genroku era to the end of the Edo period. Reference bibliography. E 173 SATHI As 4 - E Inoue Kazuo. Shomotsu sanken. Enlarged ed. Seishodo Shoten, 1978. 348p. (Nihon shoshigaku taikei 4) Collection of essays on publishing, publishers, and the rare book trade from the Edo to the Meiji period. E174 l i4X C t-AL IP"74 Suwa Haruo. Shuppan koto hajime - Edo no hon. Mainichi Shinbunsha, 1978. 222p. (Edo shiriizu, v. 11) Introduction to the publishing industry in Edo. Includes a short history of printing. E175 i,&>7 P) * X, Suzuki Toshio. Edo no hon'ya. Chuof Koronsha, 1980. 2v. (Chuko6 shinsho) History of the book trade in the Edo period. V. I describes the publishing boom inspired by the introduction of moveable type, popular fiction by Saikaku, the j6ruri of Chikamatsu, and the new genres of fiction associated with Edo. V.2 describes

Page  79 79 the rise and fall of Tsutaya Shigesaburo's publishing enterprise and government control of the book trade. El176 - M V) h:MRN-ft,W Hon'ya no hanashi, ed. by Nagasawa Kikuya. Seishodo Shoten, 1981. 532p. (Nihon shoshigaku taikei 16) Collection of sources on book dealers from the Edo period to the early Meiji period. E177 @EHit Ii f X e e Konda Y6oz. Edo no kinsho. Yoshikawa Kobunkan, 1981. 204p. History of banned books in the Edo period, describing publishing regulations of the Tokugawa government, etc. E178 4 W1t,J e i i Makita T6j6. Keihan shosekishoshi. Revised and reprinted ed. Rinsen Shoten, 1982. 534p. E175-E180 History of the book trade in the Kyoto/Osaka area during the Edo period. Examines publishing expenses, organizations, reprinting permits, laws for banning books, etc. E179 0 -:+A ~i.Le)JSf Musemasa Isoo. Kinsei Kyoto shuppan bunka no kenkyu. D6meisha, 1982. 254p. Traces the history of publishing in Kyoto in the Edo period, including the publishing industry, book dealers and their guilds, book collectors, etc. Bibliography. Index. E180 Afmf ArEtf*t W2)@W Nagatomo Chiyoji. Kinsei kashihonya no kenkyu. Tokyod6 Shuppan, 1982. 258p. Traces the development of the book-lending business in the Edo period. Illustrated.

Modern and Contemporary Period

pp. 80-123

Page  80 80 F1-F6 EE MODERN AND CONTEMPORARY PERIOD At the beginning of the modem period, 1868-, new literary models were introduced to Japan from the West. Modem forms of literature took precedence over traditional literary style, and within a few decades Japanese writers began to produce work that took its place beside that of Western writers. An outline history of modem Japanese literature can be found in "Japanese literature of the Showa era: a guide to Japanese reference and research materials", by Joseph K. Yamagiwa. (University of Michigan Center for Japanese Studies. Bibliographical series, no.8 1959) GENERAL F1 MNq H - -;: Gendai Nihon bungaku rons6shi, ed. by Hirano Ken, et al. Miraisha, 1956-1957. 3v. History of literary disputes concerning modem Japanese literature: V. 1 Collection of essays on formalism, explanation by Hirano Ken. V.2 Collection of 44 essays on the artistic value of proletarian literature and 'tenko' (conversion), explanation by Odagiri Hideo. V.3 Collection of 40 essays on novels, 'geijutsu-ha' (artistic school), and national literature, explanation by Hirano Ken. F2 )I| EMI If H;~7BCW Kawazoe Kunimoto. Kindai Nihon bungaku ron. Waseda Daigaku Shuppanbu, 1959. 484p. Collection of essays on modem literature, arranged by topic: nationalism, new romanticism, etc. Contains a bibliography on Mori Ogai and a reference guide to the work of Natsume Soseki. F3, ffV H *)f Asukai Masamichi. Nihon no kindai bungaku. San'ichi Shob6, 1961. 258p. (San'ichi raiburari) Traces the development of literature in relation to political conditions in the Meiji era, e.g. the liberty and popular rights movement; social novels during the Sino-Japanese War; naturalism and romanticism during the Russo-Japanese War, etc. Reference bibliography at the end of each chapter. F4 R 'f' * A 5 'w Llc~4 J, Kindai bungaku: kenkyu to shiry5, ed. by Keio Daigaku Kenkyuikai. Shibundo, 1962. 259p. (Kokubungaku ronso, no.5) Contains essays on Taguchi Teiken, Ishibashi Ningetsu, and Uchida Fuchian (Roan) as pioneers of literary criticism in the early Meiji period, reviewed by Yoshida Seiichi; on Shimazaki Toson's Hakai, by Miyoshi Yukio; on beauty and truth in Nagai Kaffu's works, by Takada Mizuho; on the diary of Yamada Bimyo from 1891-92, by Shioda Ryohei; on Masaoka Shiki, by Kiyozaki Toshio; on Izumi Kyoka by Mita Hideaki; Hirose Kazuo, by Sakamoto Ikuo. Includes the letters of Takahashi Taika and a catalog of manuscripts held by the Izumi Kyoka library. F5 'itW Afl H ~ Senuma Shigeki. Kindai Nihon bungaku no kozo. Shuieisha, 1963. 2v. Overview of modern Japanese literature: V. 1 The Meiji period, emphasizing the status of literature during the years of social modernization. V.2 Intellectual currents and literary criticism of the Taisho and Showa eras. F6 idft-~X t R W l[ 7% 4 Kindai bungei hyoronshu, ed. by Hasegawa Izumi, et al. Azuma Shuppan, 1965. 238p. Collection of essays on modern literary cirticism. Consists of two sections: 1) An outline history of modern literary criticism, and 2) Excerpts of criticism by prominent authors, with notes. A text book.

Page  81 81 F7:Ii l 7% Af H i ~**TR5 Hasegawa Izumi. Kindai Nihon bungaku hy6ronshi. Rev. ed. Yfiseid6, 1966. 250p. (Yuseid6 sensho) An outline history of literary criticism from the Meiji era to the postwar era. Chronology, 1868-1965. Index. F8 BEER- -m)~ Yoshida Seiichi. Shimin no bungaku. Shibundo, 1966-67. 2v. (Nihon no bungaku) An introduction to modem Japanese literature based on a series of lectures delivered by the author over the NHK broadcasting system. Reference bibliography. Index. F9 fq H i* c a Ar)M t-, Gendai Nihon bungaku no sekai, ed. by Yoshida Seiichi. Komine Shoten, 1968. 315 p. (Bungaku no sekai series) A survey of issues in the study of modem literature, arranged by topic in historical sequence. F10 F1lLN H *R*i4fIff Hiraoka Toshio. Nihon Kindai bungakushi kenkyu. Yuseido, 1969. 508p. Modem Japanese literary history. In 4 sections: -1 Essays on the history of literary research with reference to Natsume S6seki, naturalist literature, and Kobayashi Hideo. -2 Prevalent ideas in literary history such as the young man of the Meiji 40's, watakushi or 'I' novels, etc. -3 Critical studies of authors and their works: Ozaki K6yo, K6da Rohan, Natsume S6seki, etc. -4 Overview of research accomplished in 1960-65. Index. Fll i f C t t _ fI e _ Ai Kindai bungakushi, ed. by K6no Toshiro, et al. Yuhikaku, 1972. 3v. (Yfihikaku sensho) Collection of signed articles by specialists. Contains a reference bibliography. Illustrations. Indexes. V.1 Meiji literature. V.2 Taisho literature. V.3 Showa literature through the postwar period. F12 ~tt- if *H C QA~ Hijikata Teiichi. Kindai Nihon bungaku hyoronshi. H6sei Daigaku Shuppanbu 1973. 370p. F7-F18 Reprint of the 1st ed., published in 1948. A pioneer work on the history of literary criticism in the Meiji and Taisho eras. F13 +JMP 1_ H *jift~ CaOAi Odagiri Susumu. Nihon kindai bungaku no tenkai. Yomiuri Shinbunsha. 1974. 317p. (Yomiuri sensho) Traces the development of modem literature from the Meiji era to the 1970's. Appended is a collection of wartime articles that appeared in various literary magazines, p.223-313. F14 C allC1 7i A ^ tf@ffi Hasegawa Izumi. Kindai Nihon bungaku no iso. Offisha, 1974. 2v. A collection of previously published essays on various aspects of modem literature, grouped by historical period and topic. F15:,PI^ $ - f H * AR 5. Nakamura Shintar6. Monogatari Nihon kindai bungakushi. Shin Nihon Shuppansha, 1974-77. 2v. (Shin Nihon sensho) A guide to representative writers and their works from the Meiji through World War II. F16 AfR H;4 -ff 1m Kindai Nihon bungakushi, ed. by Miyoshi Yukio. Yuhikaku, 1975. 252p. (Yuhikaku s6sho) A textbook incorporating postwar research and the latest interpretations of modem literature with emphasis on poetry, drama and popular literature. Bibliography and chronology, 1870-1975 included. F17 4I,[ElSWJ A f~ 3 * _ Odagiri Hideo. Gendai bungakushi. Shueisha, 1975. 2v. A history of literature for'the years, 1868-1965. V. 1 Discusses Ukigumo (The Drifting Cloud) by Futabatei Shimei; romanticism; naturalism vs. anti-naturalism; the Taisho era and its writers. V.2 Covers the Showa era tracing the change marked by a shift from proletarian to democratic literature. Chronology. Index. Kana readings are provided. F18 #N JI & f? A Usui Yoshimi. Kindai bungaku ronso. Chikuma Shob6, 1975. 2v. (Chikuma s6sho) Collection of 40 serialized articles that appeared in 1954-57, on literary controversies: Tsubouchi Sh6yo vs. Mori Ogai; naturalism; the Shirakaba (White

Page  82 82 F18-F29 birch) school; methodology of criticism, etc., and Takeuchi Yoshimi vs. Ito Sei on national literature. F19 % iF-i H; *A f ')fiAr Ino Kenji. Nihon kindai bungaku no enkin. Miraisha, 1977. 2v. Perspectives on modem literature. V. 1 Meiji-Taisho eras. V.2 Showa era writers and their works, including drama. Contains bibliographical references. F20 ff *t - * AAf H * O RP * Muramatsu Sadataka. Shintei Kindai Nihon bungaku no keifu. New ed. Shakai Shisosha, 1977. 304p. (Gendai kyoyo bunko) Essays on the genealogy of prewar Japanese literature including Mori Ogai, Ozaki Koyo, the Ken'yfisha group, etc. F21 ~N K — AfIH* '!&)M, Tanizawa Eiichi. Kindai Nihon bungakushi no K6so. Sh6bunsha, 1977. 306p. Methodology for the study of the history of modem literature, from 1900 to the postwar period. F22 {iM.i] *Arft ~ W Izu Toshihiko. Nihon kindai bungaku kenkya. Shin Nihon Shuppansha, 1979. 378p. Collection of critical essays on proletarian literature; pt. 1 Meiji-Taisho eras. Discusses works by Natsume Soseki, Kunikida Doppo, Shimazaki Toson, Ishikawa Takuboku, Arishima Takeo, and Akutagawa Ryufnosuke; pt.2 Showa era, Kobayashi Takiji. F23 IUTI *A?Z')$ Kono Toshiro. Hon no sanpo: Bungakushi no mori. Tbjusha, 1979. 331p. A collection of short essays on books and publishers by members of various literary groups. Contains reproductions of 32 cover designs of first editions. F24 NS J* I r~t~C; Nishida Masaru. Kindai bungaku no senseiryoku. Yagi Shoten, 1979. 275p. (Kindai bungaku kenkyui sosho) A collection of essays treating the influence of literature on Meiji era enlightenment and nationalism; on Taisho era democracy; and on the recognition of a proletarian literature. F25 H 't,?P1 I -Ym H Nihon bungakushi gaisetsu. Kindaihen, ed. by Hiraoka Toshio and Togo Katsumi. Yuiseido, 1979. 247p. An outline history of modem Japanese literature from Meiji to the present. Contains notes, chronology; divided by genre. Index. F26 H B;fl Nihon gendai bungakushi. Kodansha, 1979. 2v. (Nihon gendai bungaku zenshui, suppl. volume) V. 1 History of Meiji literature by Ino Kenji. Traces the history of Meiji-era literature decade-bydecade. V.2 pt. 1 Taisho literature, by Senuma Shigaki; pt.2 consists of topical studies of Showa literature, by Kubota Masabumi. Chronology for the years 1868-1960, ed. by Soma Yasuo, appended. F27 YAA, TJ f^ t C Isogai Hideo. Gendai bungakushiron. Meiji Shoin, 1980. 302p. A collection of essays on literary trends from the Taisho to Showa era, such as "I" novels, individualism, interpretation of burai (the decadents), etc. F28 NEE'r- 9 H7;'~ Yoshida Seiichi. Gendai Nihon bungakushi. Offisha, 1980. 330p. (Yoshida Seiichi chosakushui, v.21) A short history of modem Japanese literature from the Meiji to the Showa period. Describes the development of various literary genres in relation to changing currents of thought. F29 ->, > A I i - i- i Br f)LW ftEi E f Shinpojumu Kindai Nihon bungaku no kiseki, ed. by Sat6 Yasumasa. Seibunsha, 1980. 274p. (Sozo sensho) Report of six symposiums held in 1976-77 on thought in modem literature. Participants were Yoshimoto Takaaki, Ooka Makoto, Oketani Takao, Kitagawa Toru, Sako Jun'ichiro, Sasabuchi Tomokazu, Yoshida Hiroo, Byodo Masanosuke, Suzuki Hideo, Takeda Tomohisa, and Sat6 Yasumasa. Symposium 1 The legacy of Kitamura Tokoku. Symposium 2 Natsume S6seki, Shirakaba school, Akutagawa Ryuinosuke. Symposium 3 Kobayashi Hideo and his circle. Symposium 4 Dazai Osamu and the Bible. Symposium 5 The heritage of modem poetry. Symposium 6 Masamune Hakucho and naturalism. Each report contains concluding remarks and reference sources.

Page  83 83 F30 A f: * 7g trW i A V Kindai Nihon bungaku, ed. by Iwasaki Fumito et al. Hiroshima, Tansuisha, 1981. 355p. A collection of excerpts sketching the image of women in modern novels. List of materials on the authors and their works given at the end. Excerpts are as follows: Ukigumo, The drifting cloud, by Futabatei Shimei. Takekurabe, Growing up, by Higuchi Ichiyo. Hototogisu, (cuckoo, by Tokutomi Roka. Gubijinso, The poppy, by Natsume S6seki. Uta andon, A song under lanterns, by Izumi Kyoka. Tsuchi, The earth, by Nagatsuka Takashi. Gan, The wild goose, by Mori Ogai. Arakure, The wild one, by Tokuda Shusei. Aru onna, A certain woman, by Arishima Takeo. Ku no sekai (world of suffering), by Uno K6ji. Aru onna no shogai (the life of a certain woman) by Shimazaki Toson. Chijin no ai, A fool's love, by Tanizaki Jun'ichiro. Nobuko, by Miyamoto Yuriko. Hanazono no shiso, Ideals of a flower garden, by Yokomitsu Riichi. Machiko, by Nogami Yaeko. Horoki, A vagabond's story, by Hayashi Fumiko. Tsuyu no ato saki, Before and after the rains, by Nagai Kafu. Onna no issho (the life of a woman), by Yamamoto Yuzo. Yukiguni, The snow country, by Kawabata Yasunari. Kurenai, The crimson, by Sata Ineko. Naoko, by Hori Tatsuo. F31 Wft1 B H*i~Lrft a Lt Okano Takeo. Nihon kindai bunken to shoshi. Hara Shob6, 1981. 375p. Reprint of 1967 edition. A collection of essays on modem literature and bibliography. Index. F32 VTFE QiTL ftIi i Hoshino Yukihiko. Kindai bungaku to sono genryu. Ky6iku Shuppan Senta, 1982. 277p. (Ibun sensho) Folk tales and ethnographic sources of modem literature, presented in 3 parts: -1 traditional sources. -2 oral records in setsuwa and folk tales. F30-F33 -3 modem literature based on classical stories, such as the fiction of Tanizaki Jun'ichir6, Okamoto Kido, and others. F33 WYI~ZE~'~ c ~ Meiji Taisho bungakushi shusei, ed. and explained by Hiraoka Toshio. Nihon Tosho Senta, 1982. 12v. V.1 I EC-I * ~~i ---3 History of Japanese literature I, Nara, Heian periods, by Mikami Sanji and Takazu Kuwasaburo, 1890. V.2 F * ~ ' - II -U -E_ * A -tk_ l k History of Japanese literature II, Kamakura, Muromachi, and Edo periods, by Mikami Sanji and Takazu Kuwasabur6, 1890. V.3 7PA tk h 1 5h fn7 t X History of Meiji literature, by Owada Tateki, 1894. V.4 # fd 3 C A ~h Ak Meiji period literature, by Takahashi Tansui, 1906. V.5 M IM W^lS ^ i; History of Meiji literature, rev. and enlarged, by Iwaki Juntar6, 1909. V.6 Wqi tit'i ^Ifl I Changes in the written language of novels in the Meiji period, by Tokuda Shusei, 1914. Development of novels in the Meiji period, by Tayama Katai, 1914. Lectures on the history of Meiji literature, by Shimamura H6getsu, 1915. V.7 if~r: Ri 7 -Discourse on modern literature, by Takasu Baikei, 1921. V.8 Wi~kE ^C m,,4 ^ I, New interpretation of the history of modem literature, by Kojima Tokuya. V.9 W7E*: o XS & ^ Meiji/Taisho literature, by Iwaki Juntar6, 1925. V.10 'PUJE:; iltf V*At X Outline of Meiji/Taisho literature, by Kat6 Takeo, 1926. Suppl.i1 J i LvQ MijP-t gfr u X My view of Meiji literary groups, by Nozaki Samon, 1927.

Page  84 84 F33-F43 Suppl.2 HbE e,LPMi 5 M<I& X My view of the history of Meiji literary groups, by Emi Suiin, 1927. F34 H {i *H: MW* Nihon no kindai bungaku, ed. by Nihon no Kindai Bungaku Henshi Iinkai, represented by Wada Shigejiro. Dohosha Shuppan, 1982. 258p. Introductory history of modem literature from Meiji through the postwar period. Contains a bibliography, chronology, 1868-1980. Index. F35 mwJ;R jdfeH 4Q C* Maeda Ai. Kindai Nihon no bungaku kukan. Shin'y6sha, 1983. 496p. History of language and literature: 1. Origin of Meiji literature, from the Bakumatsu period to Meiji; 2. style; 3. postwar literature and trends in research. Index. Thought F36 N,- g LB{ *~ Kuyama Yasushi. Kindai Nihon no bungaku to shukyo. Nishinomiya, Kokusai Nihon Kenkyujo, 1966. 386p. Pt. 1 religion in the works of Ishikawa Takuboku, Natsume Soseki, Dazai Osamu, Hori Tatsuo, Shiga Naoya, and Shiina Rinzo; also gives a short description of representative Christian writers: Uemura Masahisa, Uchimura Kanzo, and Kagawa Toyohiko. Pt.2 discusses the changing concepts of tradition during the process of modernization; the emerging identity of Taisho intellectuals; the way of thinking of contemporary Japanese; and the status of Christianity in the history of Japanese thought. F38 t#%-)~ H B*~~m:, Ito Kazuo. Kindai Nihon bungaku shichoshi josetsu. Offsha, 1969. 367p. (Kindai no bungaku. Suppl. vol.) Introduction to modern literary thought: romanticism, realism, humanism and existentialism in modem novels. A brief history of drama and poetry is given in a separate chapter. Reproductions of cover designs of first editions of books and magazines, bibliographical references included. A chronology, 1868-1965, includes translations of titles of representative foreign works. F39 &Elg Lft'Z~VYI~W Takada Mizuho. Kindai bungaku no meian. Shimizu Kobund6, 1971. 457p. A discussion of the intellectual conflict between those who held for the Westernization of Japan and those who held for Japanese tradition. Also contains an essay on Kinoshita Mokutar6, p. 180-284. F40 _W-TI H; a i &, i&. Miyoshi Yukio. Nihon bungaku no kindai to hankindai. Tokyo Daigaku Shuppankai, 1972. 270p. (UP sensho) Modern and anti-modern thought in Japanese literature. A study of Western enlightenment vs. antiWestern attitudes among Meiji and Taisho writers such as Futabatei Shimei, Mori Ogai, Natsume Soseki, Tanizaki Jun'ichiro, Takamura K6taro, Saito Mokichi, Akutagawa Ryfinosuke, and the Shirakaba (White Birch) group. F41 ft'*-!,E ~-; -a? * Sato Yasumasa. Bungaku. Sono uchinaru kami. Offisha, 1974. 546p. God in the literature of Natsume S6seki, Akutagawa Ryfinosuke, End6 Shfisaku and others. F37 Th3E iRft 9 Z x T, LSI' Tsujihashi Sabur6. Kindai bungaku to Kirisutokyo shis6. Offisha, 1969. 389p. (Kindai no bungaku) Documents the influence of early Protestant Christian thought on literary men who were members of regional groups such as Kumamoto Bund, Yokohama Bund, or Sapporo Bund. Includes Tokutomi Roka, Iwano Homei, Masamune Hakucho from the Meiji era; Kagawa Toyohiko and Kurata Hyakuz6 from the Taisho era; Kobayashi Takiji from the early Showa era. Extensive notes are provided for each chapter. "Kyushu bungaku", no. 31, Jan. 1894, is reprinted as a source material of the founding of Kumamoto Bund. F42 H1Tf)t i h9, + IAM NO Nihon gendai bungaku to Kirisutokyo, ed. by Takeda Torao, et al. Offisha, 1974. 3v. Christian faith as it is presented in literature. V. 1 Meiji-Taisho, V.2 Taisho-Showa, V.3 Showa. F43 d,71A-M A (T) I Koizumi Ichiro. Kami to hito to no aida: Kindai Nihon bungakushiron. Kasama Shoin, 1975. 303p. (Kasama sensho) Between God and Man: one facet of Meiji and Taisho literary history. Discusses the influence of Protestant Christianity on men of letters, especially Kumamoto Bund; the influence of Puritanism on

Page  85 85 F43-F52 Uchimura Kanz6, and Quakerism on Nitobe Inazo; mysticism of Arishima Takeo, S6seki's search for truth. F44 iftgM,5 WM rS 4 -Kindai bungaku shich6shi, ed. by Horii Tetsuo and Hamakawa Katsuhiko. Offisha, 1976-77. 2v. A collection of excerpts from literary works. Arranged by date of publication and by topic. V. 1 Works published in the Meiji era. The topics are: enlightenment, neo-classicism, romanticism, naturalism, and anti-naturalism. V.2 Works published in the Taisho era. The topics are: aesthetic school, humanism, neo-realism, Taisho evaluation of Meiji writers, post-Taisho era. F45 ERUR, RR[ M A *-t; v & JR Tamaoki Kunio. Gendai Nihon bungei no seiritsu to tenkai: Kirisutoky6 no juy6 o chashin to shite. Offisha, 1977. 276p. Christianity and its influence on the development of modem Japanese literature. F46 ~-T L, idft * 3 0) Asaka Tadashi. Kindai Nihon bungei no kenkyu. Kazama Shob6, 1981. 301p. A study of modem literature, with emphasis on Christian influence in the work of Tokutomi Roka, Kurata Hyakuz6, Mushak6ji Saneatsu, and Kawabata Yasunari. F47 A.tM H *iLf~rt e Takada Mizuho. Nihon kindai bungaku no shukumei. Meiji Shoin, 1982. 201p. (Kokubungaku kenkyui s6sho) A study of the concept of karma in modem Japanese literature. F48 f V, E L C T Chiba Mitsugi. Kanashimi no bungaku. K6bundo, 1982. 258p. Sadness (kanashimi) in modem Japanese literature, with emphasis on the work of Nagatsuka Takashi, Ishikawa Takuboku, Akutagawa Ryfinosuke, Dazai Osamu, etc. proletarian literature F49 H*)7~p i3 9 rT 1C'12 [ Nihon no puroretaria bungaku, ed. by Kubokawa Tsurujir6, et al. Aoki Shoten, 1956. 245p. Historical survey and re-examination of Japanese proletarian literature. A collection of essays by Nishida Masaru, Kubokawa Tsurujir6, Odagiri Hideo, Hirano Ken, and others. F50 R*7~ 9 I 7 k^ * f TT1 Nihon puroretaria bungaku taikei, ed. by Noma Hiroshi, et al. Kyoto, San'ichi Shob6, 1968-69. (9v.) First ed. 1955. An outline history of proletarian literature from 1895 to 1945 including novels, criticism, and poetry. Each volume contains a survey of the period and a chronology ed. by Nihon Kindai Bungaku Kenkyfijo. Contents are as follows: Introductory vol. on the birth of proletarian literature, 1895-1915. V. 1 Rise of the movement: from socialist literature to the publication of Tane maku hito (The sower). V.2 Establishment of the movement: the publication of Bungei sensen (Literary front), to the founding of NAPF (the Japanese Proletarian Artists Federation). V.3 Golden age of the movement: I, the period from the first publication of Senki (The battle flag), to the establishment of Bunka Renmei (the Cultural Federation). V.4 Golden age of the movement: II. V.5 Golden age of the movement: III. V.6 Oppression and dissolution: I, the period from the establishment of the Federation to the beginning of the Sino-Japanese war. V.7 Oppression and dissolution: II. V.8 Tenko (conversion) of the communists and resistance against oppression; from the SinoJapanese War to the defeat of Japan in World War II. F51 T-W41 ~7~^ 7'p L T- COB Kurihara Yukio. Puroretaria bungaku to sono jidai. Heibonsha, 1971. 272p. The age of proletarian literature. Discusses works by Nakano Shigeharu, Kurahara Korehito and Kamei Katsuichir6, each of whom represented a different phase of the proletarian movement. F52 -7~ P2 L 3 9i 7? *1 C * etWJ S Puroretaria bungaku, ed. by Nihon Bungaku Kenkyfi Shiry6 Kank6kai. Yiiseido, 1971. 309p. (Nihon bungaku kenkyfi shiry6 s6sho)

Page  86 86 F52-F62 A collection of reproductions of critical essays on proletarian writers and their works. Contains a reference bibliography of important monographs. F53 1trh$if.7~i P 19r# 79 Yamada Seizabur6. Puroretaria bungakushi. Rironsha, 1973. 2v. Reprint of 1954 ed. V. 1 traces the beginning of proletarian literature in the new literary movements of the Meiji period, 1868-92; romanticism, naturalism, and socialism 1892-1912; idealism and humanism 1912-20; the publication of Tane maku hito (The sower), and the government suppression of the movement at the time of the great earthquake of 1923. V.2 traces the political struggle of the proletarians from the formation of NAPF (the Japanese Proletarian Artists' Federation) to its dissolution in 1934. F54 A,.O~ H *7'~ r d?' 9T7 Asukai Masamichi. Nihon puroretaria bungakushi ron. Yagi Shoten, 1982. 236p. (Kindai bungaku kenkyui s6sho) A collection of essays describing thirty years of hardship for proletarian writers from the early Taisho era to World War II. Authors and Their Works F55 A f ff " Mtz -t *IX I VW Hito to sakuhin: Gendai bungaku k6za, ed. by Kimata Osamu, et al. Meiji Shoin, 1960-64. 10v. Lectures on modem literature, writers and their works including criticism, thought, essays, fiction, poetry, and drama. V. 1-4 covers Meiji; V.5-7, Taisho; V.8-10, Showa. F56 {W A V 1 E i Ito Sei. Sakkaron. Chikuma Shobo, 1962. 374p. Studies of 36 authors, including Mori Ogai, Natsume Soseki, Kawabata Yasunari, Ibuse Masuji, Miyoshi Tatsuji, Ishikawa Tatsuz6, and others. F57 F1 *-:_-r - * Ak. {'1n H i&rft:c * Nihon no kindai bungaku: Hito to sakuhin, ed. by Nihon Kindai Bungakkan. Yomiuri Shinbunsha, 1966. 294p. A collection of lectures by 18 authors on 20 representative works from Ukigumo (The drifting cloud) by Futabatei Shimei (1887), to Ningen shikkaku (No longer human) by Dazai Osamu (1948). Illustrations include covers of first editions of books, magazine covers and samples of manuscripts. Author index. F58 RJf[^l 7 i^tVM Hasegawa Izumi. Kindai meisaku kansh6. New ed. Shibundo, 1967. 1174p. Guide to the appreciation of modem literature. Consists of excerpts from 35 works by 21 authors, including those of Mori Ogai, Higuchi Ichiyo, Dazai Osamu and others. F59 iQ *t);Zc {Th V Kindai Nihon no bungo, ed. by Ito Sei. Yomiuri Shinbunsha, 1967-68. 3v. Illustrations and portraits. 23 master writers of modem Japan. Reviewed by prominent literary critics. V. 1 Formation of modem literature: Tsubouchi Shoyo, Futabatei Shimei, Mori Ogai, Ozaki Koyo, Koda Rohan, Higuchi Ichiyo, Izumi Ky6ka, Masaoka Shiki. V.2 The development of literature from the late Meiji to the early Taisho period: Shimazaki Toson, Tokuda Shusei, Ishikawa Takuboku, Natsume Soseki, Nagai Kafui, Tanizaki Jun'ichir6, Hagiwara Sakutaro. V.3 Maturity: from the late Taisho to the early Showa period: Shiga Naoya, Mushak6ji Saneatsu, Arishima Takeo, Akutagawa Ryunosuke, Saito Mokichi, Sato Haruo, Yokomitsu Riichi, Kawabata Yasunari. Chronology. Index. F60 rP;~ ff{ ll V A Nakamura Mitsuo sakka ronshf. K6dansha, 1968. 4v. See no. F120 F61 Tif I fl V A Hirano Ken. Sakkaron. Miraisha, 1970. 43 1p. Studies of 23 modem writers, including Hirotsu Kazuo, Miyamoto Yuriko, Yokomitsu Riichi, Ishikawa Shintaro, Kaik6 Ken, and Oe Kensaburo. F62 {t C e A *F *LE t C *M Gendai bungaku to koten, ed. by Nihon Kindai Bungakkan. Yomiuri Shinbunsha, 1970. 318p. A collection of 18 essays on modem literary works that were based on classical literature. A chronology, 1869-1974, with sources in classical literature, appended. Illustrations include portraits of authors, cover designs of first editions, manuscript samples, etc.

Page  87 87 F63-F74 F63 _Z Af~ 5 fA { m Mishima Yukio. Sakkaron. Chuo K6ronsha, 1971. 249p. Studies of 15 authors: Mori Ogai, Ozaki Koyo, Izumi Ky6ka, Tanizaki Jun'ichir6, Uchida Hyakken, Inagaki Taruho, Kawabata Yasunari, Ozaki Kazuo, Tonomura Shigeru, Kanbayashi Akatsuki, Hayashi Fusao, Takeda Rintaro, Shimaki Kensaku, Enchi Fumiko. F64 1 0-1~ I ft { {V R J Kamei Katsuichir6. Gendai sakkaron. Kodansha, 1972. 560p. (Kamei Katsuichir6 zenshui V.5) Study of 14 authors from Mori Ogai to Takeda Taijun, examining each author's position in the history of thought. F65 k [I!m {1 V A Akiyama Shun. Sakkaron. Daisan Bunmeisha, 1973. 261p. Study of 18 writers, describing how each discovered his own style of writing. Contains Ooka Sh6hei, Abe Kobo, Mishima Yukio, Mori Ogai, Natsume Soseki, Akutagawa Hiroshi, etc. F66;WJllS-' &w{~~m Ishikawa Teiji. Kindai sakka no kisoteki kenkyu. Meiji Shoin, 1973. 255p. Brings to light hitherto unknown biographical data on writers, including Mori Ogai, Natsume Soseki, Ozaki Koyo, Izumi Ky6ka, Higuchi Ichiy6, and Tanizaki Jun'ichiro. Refers extensively to the document collection held by the Tokyo Municipal Archives. Illustrated. F67 dHW-W ib:R H* t^/ Odagiri Hideo. Kindai Nihon no sakka-tachi. Rev. and enlarged edition. H6sei Daigaku Shuppanbu, 1973. 655p. Collection of essays on 36 modem authors. F68 M f QfWV ""nD i M1# 1R Gendai sakka sakuhinron. Senuma Shigeki koki kinen ronbunshui, ed. and published by the Kankokai. Kawade Shob6, 1974. 347p. Contemporary authors and their works. A festschrift in honor of Professor Senuma Shigeki. Includes biobibliography. F69 JPdgrNJa iaifttZ*04TRAHftnll Kawazoe Kunimoto. Kindai bungaku no hy6ron to sakuhin. Waseda Daigaku Shuppanbu, 1977. 228p. Literary criticism by Meiji writers, including Shimamura H6getsu, Ozaki K6y6, Mori Ogai, Kunikida Doppo, and others. F70 tHijEiZ {1 V ` Kubota Masafumi. Sakkaron. Nagata Shobo, 1977. 534p. Collection of essays written since the 1920's on 36 authors of the Taisho and Showa eras. F71 f# l Vt A t Xt Usui Yoshimi. Sakkaron hikaech6. Chikuma Shobo, 1977. 661p. Notebook of critical essays on 33 authors of the Taisho and Showa eras. F72 %AV09 ft * AA tX Okuno Takeo. Sakkaronshui. Tairyfisha, 1977-78. 5v. Collection of critical essays on authors from the Meiji to Showa era. V. 1 Studies of Dazai Osamu and other authors of the modem period. V.2 Authors of the Taisho era with emphasis on the works of Arishima Takeo. V.3 18 authors of the early Showa era, including Ishikawa Jun, It6 Sei, etc. V.4 20 authors of the postwar period, including Inoue Yasushi, Ooka Sh6hei, etc. V.5 26 contemporary authors, including Yasuoka Sh6taro, etc. F73 H* 0 f iEr ftp iC f f i - N J~ Nihon no kindai bungaku: sakka to sakuhin. Yoshida Seiichi Hakushi koki kinen, ed. by the Kinen Ronshui Kankokai. Kadokawa Shoten, 1978. 625p. Modem Japanese literature: authors and works. A festschrift presented to Professor Yoshida Seiichi. Includes a bio-bibliography. In 3 sections: -1 Development of the modem novel. -2 Modem poetry and poetics. -3 Various issues in the history of modem Japanese literature. F74 4:'t-I^ if~0) ~09 ~ Nakamura Mitsuo. Kindai no bungaku to bungakusha. Asahi Shinbunsha, 1978. 391p. A collection of critical studies of Meiji literature with emphasis on Kitamura Tokoku; and of Taisho

Page  88 88 F74-F83 literature, with emphasis on Nagai Kaffi, Arishima Takeo and Akutagawa Ryunosuke. F75 dJWlm W~l)sEt)f cht: Odagiri Hideo. Meiji Taisho no sakka tachi. Daisan Bunmeisha, 1978. 2v. (Regulus library) Critical study of Meiji and Taisho writers. V.1 Discusses 17 authors of the Meiji era from Tsubouchi Shoyo to Kinoshita Naoe, etc. V.2 Discusses 19 authors of the Meiji-Taisho eras from Natsume S6seki to Miyamoto Yuriko. F76 zJW^% 0gTno{^/c Odagiri Hideo. Showa no sakka tachi. Daisan Bunmeisha, 1979. 2v. (Regulus library) Showa writers. Companion volume to the above entry. Both together serve as a guide to modem literature. V. 1 Discusses 22 authors from Yoshimitsu Riichi to Koguma Hideo. V.2 Discusses 27 authors from Dazai Osamu to Itsuki Hiroyuki. F77 6i*r" ifY f ^/ - Katsumoto Seiichir6. Kindai bungaku noto. Misuzu Shob6, 1979-80. 4v. A collection of previously published notes and essays. V. 1 Contains those of 1934-48, with an essay on Natsume S6seki and Tokutomi Roka. Explanatory notes by Yamada Hiromitsu. V.2 Essays on Kitamura Tokoku, Shimazaki Toson, Higuchi Ichiy6, with explanatory notes by Ino Kenji. V.3 Essays on Ozaki Koyo, Tokutomi Roka, Mori Ogai, and Izumi Kyoka, with notes by Inagaki Tatsuro. V.4 Contains miscellaneous notes on literature, books, and publishers, explained by Honda Shugo. Bibliography of Katsumoto's works appended. F78 Af& H *t@^WfEIt tPV- 4 Kindai Nihon bungaku sakka kenkyiu sosho, ed. by Sasabuchi Tomoichi, et al. Yubun Shoin, 1982. (6v.) Modem Japanese writers. V. Nakagawa Yoichi. V.2 Mishima Yukio. V.3 Nishiwaki Junzaburo. V.4 Arishima Takeo. V.5 Takahama Kyoshi. V.6 Sait6 Mokichi. F79 T r ft fAR Kataoka Tsutomu. Kindai sakka ronso. Shintensha, 1983. 613p. (Shintensha kenkyui s6sho) Collection of previously published essays on the topic of self-discovery, with examples from works of Mori Ogai in the 1890's, Kitamura Tokoku, Kunikida Doppo, Shimazaki Toson, Tayama Katai, Tokuda Shuisei, Takahama Kyoshi, Terada Torahiko, Shiga Naoya, Akutagawa Ryfinosuke, and others. women writers F80.A_= A f jFf Mawatari Kenzabur6. Joryui bungei kenkyui. Nansosha, 1973. 403p. Studies of twenty-one modem women writers, beginning with Higuchi Ichiy6. Bibliographical references. F81 -^ % f 0 93 C fAl Okuno Takeo. Joryfi sakkaron. Daisan Bunmeisha, 1974. 265p. Collection of previously published essays on 16 women writers: Nogami Yaeko, Uno Chiyo, Amino Kiku, Mori Mari, Sata Ineko, K6da Aya, Enchi Fumiko, Hirabayashi Taiko, Tanaka Sumie, Setouchi Harumi, K6no Taeko, Takenishi Hiroko, Sono Ayako, Kurahashi Yumiko, and Tsushima Yuiko. The author questions whether women have innate talent for writing fiction. F82 )-Rkq ft^l fC Zt' Iwaya Daishi. Monogatari joryui bundanshi. Chfi6 Koronsha, 1977. 2v. A narrative history of women writers' groups. V. 1 The Haginoya group of Higuchi Ichiy6, Jogaku zasshi (Women's magazine) group, and others from the Meiji to Showa period. V.2 Showa era, includes postwar writers. Bibliography. Index. F83 KJiSA:T- ) TJEH cWgiR:^ C Itagaki Naoko. Meiji Taisho Showa no joryfi bungaku. Offisha, 1979. 365p. Women's literature of the last hundred years, 1868-1967. Describes the literary trends of the Meiji, Taisho, and Showa eras from the works of Higuchi Ichiy6, Yosano Akiko, Tamura Toshiko,

Page  89 89 Nogami Yaeko, Yoshiya Nobuko, Miyamoto Yuriko, and others. Contains portraits. Multiple Sets F84 W f1*t {\' - V W Shins6ban Nihon bundanshi. By Ito Sei and Senuma Shigeki. New ed. Kodansha, 1953-77. 24v. History of literary circles from Kanagaki Robun in the 1870's to the death of Natsume S6seki in 1916. Describes writers and the times in which they lived. Senuma Shigeki completed the work after Ito Sei left it unfinished at V.1-18. V.1 People of the enlightenment period. V.2 Pioneers of the new literature. V.3 Disillusioned youth. V.4 The age of Ichiyo and the Ken'yfisha. V.5 Poets and revolutionaries. V.6 Transition period of Meiji literature. V.7 The end of the Ken'yuisha period. V.8 Russo-Japanese War. V.9 New literature of the post Russo-Japanese War period. V.10 New literary groups. V. 11 Rise of naturalism. V.12 Naturalism at its peak. V. 13 Decadent writers. V. 14 Anti-naturalist writers. V.15 Beginnings of the modem drama movement. V. 16 Grand Treason trial. V. 17 Facing the changing times. V. 18 Literary circles at the end of the Meiji era. V. 19 Young writers of the Shirakaba School. V.20 Disciples of Natsume S6seki. V.21 New women writers. V.22 Afterglow of the literary world of Meiji. V.23 Rise of Taisho literature. V.24 Death of Natsume S6seki. F85 Hgfp^;^ X Kindai bungaku kenkyai s6sho, compiled and published by Sh6wa Joshi Daigaku Kindai Bungaku Kenkyfishitsu. 1956-(83) (v.55) In progress. As of 1983, 296 writers and literary scholars active since the year 1868 have been included in the series, with 12 vols. for the Meiji period, 13 vols. for Taisho, and 29 vols. for Showa. Each essay gives a brief biography, a chronological list of works, and a reference bibliography. Each volume F83-F85 contains illustrations and indexes for personal names, titles and subjects. Alphabetical list of names: (Names without volume numbers are forthcoming.) Aeba K6son, v.21 Akutagawa Ryunosuke, v.27 Anezaki Chofu, v. Aoki Getsuto, v. Arishima Takeo, v.22 Asada Eiji, v.15 Asano Hy6ko, v.41 Baba Koch6, v.46 Ballagh, James Hamilton, v. 19 Bettelheim, Bernard James, v.1 Black, John Reddie, v. 1 Brinkley, Francis, v. 13 Brown, Samuel Robbin, v. 1 Chamberlain, Basil Hall, v.38 Chiba Kameo, v.39 Chiba Kikk6, v.43 Chikamatsu Chiuko, v.54 Chino, Masako, v. Chino Shosh6, v. Chizuka Reisui, v.49 Clarke, Edward Bramwell, v.37 Cox, W.D., v.8 Cochran, Rev. George, v.5 Dazai Osamu, v. Dening, Walter, v. 14 Dixon, James Main, v.35 Doi Bansui, v. Doi Shunsho, v.15 Eastlake, Frank Warrington, v.8 Ebara Taiz6, v. Emi Suiin, v.38 Fenollosa, Ernie Fransisco, v.10 Fujii Otoo, v.55 Fujimura Tsukuru, v. Fujioka Sakutaro, v. 11 Fujishino Sojin, v.26 Fukuba Yoshishizu, v.9 Fukuchi Ochi, v.8 Fukuda Masao, v. Fukuda Yusaka, v. Fukui Kyfiz6, v. Fukushi Kojiro, v.

Page  90 90 F85-F85 Futabatei Shimei, v.10 Goble, Jonathan, v.3 Gotod, Chiigai, v.43 Griffis, William Elliot, v.28 Haga Yaichi, v. 26 Hagiwara Sakutarod, v.48 Handa Ryd-hei, v.55 Hara Sekitei, v. Harahb Itsuan, v.7 Hasegawa Reiyoshi, v.29 Hasegawa Shigure, v.48 Hasegawa Tenkei, v.46 Hashida T-osei, v.32 Hatta Tomonori, v. 1 Hattori Motoharu, v.24 Hayama Yoshiki, v. Hayashi Fumiko, v. Hepburn, James Curtis, v. 12 Higuchi Ichiyod, v. 3 Higuchi Ryfikyo-, v. 30 Hirabayashi Hatsunosuke, v.33 Hiraki Hakusei, v. 15 Hirano Banri, v. Hirata Tokuboku, v.50 Hirotsu Rytir, v.29 Hdj6 Tamio, v.43 Hori Tatsunosuke, v.2 Hori Tatsuo, v. Hosoe Ikki, V. Hoshino Tenchi, v. House, Edward Howard, v.5 Igarashi Tsutomu, V. Ihara Seiseisen, v.47 lita Takesato, v.4 Ikebe Yoshikata, v.22 lkebukuro Kiyokaze, v.4 Ikuta Chd5ko, v.40 Ikuta Shungetsu, v.32 Lmai Kuniko, v. Inoue Michiyasu, v.47 Inoue Jtikichi, v.30 Inoue Kenkabti, v.37 Inoue Tetsujirod, v.54 Inoue Tsutomi, v.30 Inoue Yorikuni, v.14 Irako Seihaku, v. Ishibashi Ningetsu, v.24 Ishibashi Shian, v. 26 Ishihara Atsushi, v. Ishii Naosabur6, v.40 Ishii Rogetsu, v.30 Ishikawa Rinshirod, v.44 Ishikawa Takuboku, v. 13 Ishikure Chimata, v.49 Isobe Yaichirod, v.33 lt6 Sachio, v.14 Ito- Shd-u, v.50 Iwamoto Yoshiharu, v.52 Iwano HdOmei, v. 19 Iwaya Sazanami, v.35 Izumi Kydka, v.45 Janes, Leroy Lansing, v.10 Kajii Motojir6, v.33 Kamitsukasa Shdken, v. Kamura Isota, v.36 Kanagaki Robun, v.2 Kanbara Ariake, v. Kanda Naibu, v.23 Kaneko Chikusui, v.42 Kaneko Kunen, v. Kaneko Motoomi, v.53 Kano- Sakuj'irod, v.48 Kasei Zenzo-, v.29 Katagami Noboru, v.28 Kataoka Teppei, v.54 Katayama Koson, v.36 Katoi Hiroyuki, v.16 Katti Kaishun, v. Katoi Michio, v. Katori Hozumi, v. Katsu Kaishit, v.3 Kawahigashi Hekigodo-, v.41 Kawakami Bizan, v.9 Kawatake Mokuami, v.2 Kikuchi Kan, v. Kikuchi Ytih6, v. Kimura Kinji, v. Kimura Masakoto, v. 13 Kimura Takatard-, v.33 Kinoshita Mokutard, v. Kinoshita Naoe, v.42 Kinoshita Rigen, v.24 Kishida Ginkd, v.8 Kishida Kunio, v.

Page  91 91 F85-F85 Kitada Usurai, v.4 Kitahara Hakushili, v.50 Kitamura Shiikoku, v.2 Kobayashi Aiyii, V. Kobayashi Takiji, v.34 Kobayashi Yoshiharu, v. K~da Rohan, v. Kodama Kagai, v.52 K d6 Tokuchi, v. 14 Koide Tsubara, v.9 Koizumi Chigashi, v.27 Koizumi Yakumo, v.7 Kojima Usui, v. Konakamura Kiyonori, v.2 Kosugi Sugimura, v.11I Kosugi Tengai, v. Kubo Inokichi, v.45 Kujo5 Takeko, v.28 Kume Masao, v. Kunikida Doppo, v.9 Kurata Hyakuzo-, v.50 Kurita Hiroshi, v.4 Kuriyagawa Hakuson, v.22 Kuroiwa Ruiko-, v.19 Kurokawa Mayori, v.8 Kusamura Hokusei, V. Kusuyama Masao, v. Kuwaki Gen'yoku, v. Liggins, John, v. 12 Lloyd, Arthur, v. 12 Maeda Ringai, v. Maeda Shozan, v.47 Maeda Yfigure, v. Makino Shinichi, v.40 Maruyama Sakura, v.4 Masaoka Shiki, v.6 Masuda lonosuke, v.48 Masugi Shizue, v. Matsui Kanji, v. Matsui Sh~y6i, v.34 Matsumoto Unshti, v. Matsumura Kaiseki, v.45 Matsushita Daisabur6, v.39 Mayama Seika, v. McDonald, Ranald, v.2 Mikami Otokichi, v.53 Miki Kiyoshi, v. Miki Takeji, v. 12 Miki Tenyti, v.22 Minakami Takitar6, v.46 Mishima Shosen, v.36 Mishimo Hisen, v.25 Mitomi Kytiy6, v.17 Mitsui Takayuki, v. Miyahara Koichir6, v. Miyajima Shinzabur6, v.36 Miyake Kaho, v.51 Miyake Setsurei, v. Miyake Yasuko, v.33 Miyamori Asatarii, v. Miyamoto Yuriko, v. Miyazaki Koshoshi, v.21 Miyazaki Sanmai, v.18 Miyazawa Kenji, v.35 Mizuki Ky~ta, v. Mizuno YWsht, v. Mizutani Fut6i, v.51 Momota S~ji, v. Mori Arinori, v.1 Mori Ogai, v.20 Morita Ch~ffi, v. Morita Gir6, v.45 Morita Shiken, v.3 Mozume Takami, v.28 Murai Gensai, v.27 Murakami Kij6i, v.43 Murakami Namiroku, v.53 Murdoch, James, v.20 Murray, David, v.8 Nagatsuka Takashi, v. 15 Naito5 Meisetsu, v.25 Nakae Ch6min, v.5 Nakahara Chfiya, v.42 Nakajima Koto-, V. Nakajima Shtien, v.6 Nakajima Utako, v.6 Nakamura Akika, v.11I Nakamura Kenkichi, v.37 Nakamura Kichizo-, v.48 Nakamura Masano, v.1I Nakanishi Baika, v.3 Nakarai Thsui, v.25 Nakatsuka Ippekir0-, V. Nakauchi Ch~ji, v.42

Page  92 92 F'85-F85 Nakazato Kaizan, v.53 Nanbu Shfitaro-, v.41 Nanmichi Tsunetar6, v.29 Naoki Sanjiigo, v.36 Narushima Ry iihoku, v.1I Natsume S~seki, v.17 Niijima J -, v.1I Nishida Kitarb, v. Nishimura Shigeki, v.6 Nishimura Tenshili, v. 23 Nitobe Inazo-, v.35 Nogami Kyiisen, v. Noguchi Ujod, v.54 Noguchi Yonejir6, v. Nozaki Sabun, v.39 Nukada Roppuku, v. Nunami Keion, v.27 Ochiai Naobumni, v.7 Oda Junichir6, v.18 Oda Sakunosuke, v. Oguchi Taiji, v.21 Oguri Fiyo5, v.24 Ohashi Otowa, v.5 Oka Fumoto, v. Okakura, Tenshin, v. 14 Okakura Yoshisabur6, v.41 Okamoto Kanoko, v.44 Okamoto Kido-, v.44 Okano Chijii, v.34 Okaoni Tar6i, v.52 Omachi Keigetsu, v.24 Onishi Hajime, v.4 Ono Shachiku, v. 14 Oritake Ry~ho-, V. Osada Shfito-, v. 16 Osanai Kaoru, v.30 Oshikawa Shunr6, v. 15 Osuga Otsuji, v. 19 Ota Gyokumei, v.26 Ota Mizuho, v. Otsuka Kusuoko, v.11I Otsuki Fumihiko, v.28 Otsukotsu Sabur6, v.37 Oya Toru, v.28 Owada Takeki, v.11 Ozaki K~iyo-, v.7 Pierson,- Loui se H. v. 5 Play fair, Alfred William, v. 17 Saisho Atsuko, v.4 Saito- Hidesabur6, v.31 Saito- Mokichi, v. Sait6 Nonohito, v.10 Sakaguchi Ango, v. Sakai Kosen, v.34 Sakai Kuraki, v.55 Sakamoto Yomota, v.16 Sakurai Tendan, v.35 Sasagawa Rinpfi, v. Sasaki Hirotsuna, v.1 Sassa Seisatsu, v. 17 Sato- Kd-ruku, v. Satoi S~nosuke, v.49 Satow, Ernest Mason,) v.31 Sekine Masanao, v.33 Senke Motomaro, v. Senuma Kayo, v. 15 Shaku Cho-kf0, v. Shida Sokin, V. Shiga Masaru, v. Shiga Shigetaka, v.26 Shigeno Tenrai, v.34 Shimagi Akahiko, v.25 Shimaki Kensaki, v. Shimamura H Ogetsu, v. 18 Shimazaki Tsown, v.51 Shimazu Hisamoto, v. Shimomura Kojin, v. Shioi Uko-, v. 13 Shirayanagi Shfiko, v. Sdmna Gyoffi, v. S5ma Taizo5, V. Sudo- Nansui, v. 19 Suehiro Tetchoi, v.2 Suematsu Kencho5, v.20 Sugitani Daisui, v. 15 Summers, James, v.2 Susukida Kytikin, v. Suzuki Hiroyasu, v.3 Suzuki Miekichi, v.41 Tachihara Michiz6, v.44 Taguchi Kikutei, v.51 Taguchi Ukichi, v.8 Takada Hanpo-, v.43

Page  93 93 F 85- F8 Takagaki Matsuo, v.47 Takahashi Gor6, v.39 Takasaki Masakaze, v. 12 Takasu Baikei, v. Takata Tamotsu,, V. Takayama Chogyfi, v.6 Takayasu Gekk6, v.53 Takazawa Rinsen, v.19 Takenobu Yoshitar6, v.32 Tamura Toshiko, v.55 Taneda Sant6ka, v.47 Taoka Reiun, v. 13 Tayama Katai, v. 32 Tazawa Inabune, v. 3 Terada Torahiko, v.40 Tobari Chikufli, v. Togawa Shfikotsu, v.44 Tokai Sanshi, v.21 Tokuda Shtisei, v.52 Tokutomi Roka, v.28 Toyama Masakazu, v.4 Toyoshima Yoshio, v. Tozawa Koya, v. Tsubouchi Sh6y-, v.38 Tsuchida Ky~son, v.37 Tsuda Umeko, v.30 Tsukahara Shibushien', v. 17 Tsunashima Ry~sen, v.9 Tsunoda Chikurei, v. 18 Uchida Roan, v.31 Uchimura. Kanzo-, v.31 Udagawa Bunkai, v.31 Ueda Bin., v. 16 Ueda Kazutoshi, v.42 Ueda Seiji, v.23 Uemura Masahisa, v.23 Unakami Tanehira, v. 16 Usuda Ar6, v. Utsumi Getsuj6, v.40 Verbeck, G.E, v.3 von Koeber, Raphael, v.22 Wakamatsu Shizuko, v.2 Wakayama Bokusui, v.29 Watanabe Katei, v.25 Watanabe Suiha, v. Williams, Channing Moore, v. 12 Wyckoff, Martin Nevius, v. 12 Yamada Bimy6, v.11I Yamagishi Kay6, v.55 Yamaguchi Tsuyoshi, v.34 Yamaji Aizan, v. 16 Yamakawa Tomiko, v.10O Yamamura Boch6, v.23 Yamagishi Mitsunobu, v.52 Yamazaki Shikb, v.45 Yamagawa Shunyo, v. 18 Yano Rytikei, v.33 Yatabe Ry~ikichi, v.4 Yazaki Saganoya, v. Yoda Gakkai, v.10O Yokomitsu Riichi, V. Yokose Yau, v.36 Yosano Akiko, v.49 Yosano Hiroshi, v.39 Yoshida Thdo, v.18 Yoshie Takamatsu, v.46 Yoshizawa Yoshinori, v. Yuasa Hangetsu, v.50 Zenshfi Gendai bungaku no hakken, ed. by Ooka Sh~hei, et al. Gakugei Shoin, 1967-69. 17v. The development of modem literature. Each volume takes its title from a particular literary theme of the period, e.g. 'politics and literature'. Index to 220 names of authors in v.17 (supp. vol.) F87 YAf tR c * &~1 Gendai Nihon bungaku taikei. Chikuma Shob6, 1968-73. 97v. Compendium of modem Japanese literature. Contains representative works of some 275 men of letters including critics, poets and others. F88 n2i; Nihon kindai bungaku taikei. Kadokawa Shoten, 1969-75. 61 v. Compendium of literature from the Meiji and Taisho eras. Includes important works by 62 authors with commentaries and notes by specialists and 'kana' readings for difficult words. Covers short stories of the Meiji and Taisho eras, modem drama, social novels, socialist literature, translated poetry, modem poetry collections, etc. Criticisms and literary essays are given separate volumes in this set. V.61 consists of indexes to words and subjects, first

Page  94 94 F88-F93 words of poems, haiku, and titles of poems. General table of contents at the end. Illustrated. F89 H *]ft {t V 4 Nihon gendai bungaku zenshul, ed. by Ito Sei, et al. Kodansha, 1969-81. lOv. Complete collection of Japanese literature from the Meiji era to the contemporary period. Includes works by men of letters, poets, and critics. Each volume contains short biographies of the writers, and reference bibliographies. Kana are given for unusual readings and punctuation are supplied for kanbun (Chinese writing). Supplement: V. 1 A history of the Meiji era, ed. by Ino Kenji. V.2 A history of the Taisho and Showa eras: Taisho, ed. by Senuma Shigeki, and Showa, ed. by Kubota Masabumi. A chronology, ed by Soma Yasuro is appended. F90 i JC^S-: Kindai bungaku hyoron taikei. Kadokawa Shoten, 1971-75. 10 v. A compendium of critical works on modem literature. Contains portraits and other illustrations, and explanatory notes. V. 1 Meiji era I, ed. by Yoshida Seiichi and Shibui Kiyoshi. V.2 Meiji era II, ed. by Inagaki Tatsuro and Sato Masaru. V.3 Meiji era III, ed. by Yoshida Seiichi and Wada Kingo. V.4 Taisho era I, ed. by Inagaki Tatsuro and Kono Toshiro6. V.5 Taisho era II, ed. by Endo Yutaka and Sofue Sh6ji. V.6 Taisho era III, Showa era I, ed. by Miyoshi Yukio and Sofue Sh6ji. V.7 Showa era II, ed. by Takahashi Haruo and Yasumasa Masao. V.8 Poetic criticism, new poems, tanka and haiku, ed. by Yasuda Yasuo, et al. V.9 Dramatic criticism, ed. by Nomura Takashi and Fujiki Hiroyuki. V.10 Chronology of literary criticism, ed. by Yoshida Seiichi. Covers the events from 1868 to 1945. Lists of literary periodicals and pseudonyms appended. F91 F {r t -C * Eff- m Kindai bungaku, ed. by Miyoshi Yukio and Takemori Ten'yfi. Yuihikaku, 1977-78. lOv. (Nyumon. Kiso chishiki hen) Collection of signed articles. Arranged so as to reflect the chronological development of modem literature. V. 1 Dawn of modem literature. V.2 Development of Meiji literature. V.3 Formation of the literary period. V.4 Phases of Taisho literature. V.5 Rise of contemporary literature. V.6 Essence of Showa literature. V.7 Postwar literature. V.8 Modem poetry. V.9 Contemporary poetry. V. 10 Issues and methods in literary research. F92 Lg{f ^J Chikuma Gendai bungaku taikei. Chikuma Shobo, 1977-79. 97v. Portraits. Some of the volumes of Meiji literary works in the "Gendai Nihon bungaku taikei" published by Chikuma Shobo, 1968-73, were shortened or replaced with works by contemporary writers, beginning with Tsubouchi Shoyo, 1859-1935, and ending with Tsushima Yuiko, 1947-. Each volume contains brief biographies of the writers appearing in that volume. No index. F93 MTI Lt" m H * @ Shin'hihyo Kindai Nihon bungaku no kozo. Kokusho Kankokai, 1979-81. 8v. New critical studies of the structure of modem Japanese literature. V. 1 Writers of modem literature, ed. by Takada Mizuho and Hayashi Keiko. V.2 Readers of modem literature, ed. by Hasegawa Izumi and Mawatari Kenzaburo. V.3 The cultural climate of modem literature, ed. by Moriyasu Masafumi and Ariyama Daigo. V.4 Modem drama, ed. by Muramatsu Sadataka and Takeuchi Kiyomi. V.5 Modem burai (decadent) literature, ed. by Mawatari Kenzaburo and Takeuchi Kiyomi. V.6 Modem war literature, ed. by Yasuda Takeshi and Ariyama Daigo. V.7 New history of modem Japanese literature I, ed. by Moriyasu Masabumi and Omori Morikazu. V.8 New history of modem Japanese literature II, ed. by Moriyasu Masabumi and Omori Morikazu.

Page  95 95 F94-F98 F94 WAW4 %B;ft*t H 1 R f Kenkyyu shiryo gendai Nihon bungaku, ed. by Asai Kiyoshi, et al. Meiji Shoin, 1980-81. 7v. F96 Wt5t i Nakamura Mitsuo zenshu. Chikuma Shobo, 1971-73. 16v. Sources for research in modem Japanese literature, arranged by genre and writer from the Meiji period to the 1930's. Each writer is given a biography with reviews of representative works. V. 1-2 Fiction and drama. V.3-4 Criticism and essays. V.5 Tanka. V.6 Haiku. V.7 Poems. Index. F95 i E - W: Yoshida Seiichi chosakushu. Offisha, 1979-82. 27v. A collection of previously published books, articles, and lecture notes. Ed. by the author. V.1 Akutagawa Ryuinosuke. V.2 Akutagawa Ryfnosuke. V.3 Literary criticism in the Meiji era. V.4 (Mori) Ogai and (Natsume) Soseki. V.5 Nagai Kafiu. V.6 Shimazaki Toson. V.7 Studies in naturalism (Shimamura H6getsu, Iwano Homei) V.8 (Tayama) Katai and (Tokuda) Shfisei. V.9 Studies in romanticism. V.10 Essays on the aesthetic movement. (Tanbiha) V. 11 Aspects of modem literature. V.12 Modem poetry I. V. 13 Modem poetry II. V.1 Futabatei Shimei. V.2 Futabatei Shimei. V.3 On writers 1, 16 writers including Narushima Ryfihoku, Nakae Ch6min, Fukuzawa Yukichi, Tsubouchi Shoyo, Kitamura Tokoku and others. V.4 On writers 2, Nagai Kafui, Tanizaki Jun'ichiro, Sat6 Haruo, Shiga Naoya. V.5 On writers 3, 26 writers including Yanagita Kunio, Akutagawa Ryuinosuke, Kikuchi Kan, Satomi Ton, Hirotsu Kazuo, and others. V.6 On writers 4, Kawabata Yasunari, Kobayashi Hideo, Kawakami Tetsutar6, Kanzai Kiyoshi, Ooka Sh6hei, Mishima Yukio, and miscellaneous reviews. V.7 On literature 1. V.8 On literature 2. V.9 On literature 3. V.10 Twentieth century novels (foreign literature). V. 11 History of literature: the Meiji, Taisho, and Showa eras; modem and contemporary novels, including genre novels. V. 12 Travels, criticism of civilization. V. 13 Criticism of civilization. V. 14 Miscellaneous essays. V. 15 Drama. V.16 Novels, 2. Lecture Series F97 mW H B*El4-, Iw[ /J Koza Nihon kindai bungakushi, ed. by Odagiri Hideo. Otsuki Shoten, 1956-57. 5v. V. 1 Formation of modem Japanese literature: Meiji pt. 1. V.2 Development and establishment of Meiji literature: pt.2. V.3 Taisho literature. V.4 Proletarian literature and the Geijutsuha school: Showa pt. 1. V.5 War-time and postwar literature: Showa pt.2. Includes bibliographical references. Index in each volume. F98 E ftCA t -S Kindai bungaku kansho ktza. Kadokawa Shoten, 1958-67. 25v. V. 14 Appreciation of modem Japanese poe V. 15 Appreciation of modem Japanese poe V. 16 Appreciation and criticism. V. 17 Traditions in poetry. V. 18 Theory of Japanese literature. V. 19 History of Japanese literature. V.20 History of Meiji and Taisho literature V.21 History of contemporary literature. V.22 Universality of Japanese literature. V.23 Classics and modem literature. V.24 Introduction to literature. V.25 Essay literature (zuihitsu) Suppl. 1 Occasional thoughts. Suppl.2 Introduction to classical literature. try I. try II.

Page  96 96 F98-F102 Lectures on the appreciation of modem literature. V. 1 Futabatei Shimei, ed. by Shimizu Shigeru. V.2 K6da Rohan, Ozaki Koyo, ed. by Fukuda Kiyoto. V.3 Higuchi Ichiyo, ed. by Wada Yoshie. V.4 Mori Ogai, ed. by Inagaki Tatsuro. V.5 Natsume S6seki, ed. by Ito Sei. V.6 Shimazaki Toson, ed. by Senuma Shigeki. V.7 Kunikida Doppo, ed. by Nakajima Kenzo. V.8 Ishikawa Takuboku, ed. by Nakano Shigeharu and Kubokawa Tsurujiro. V.9 Tanizaki Jun'ichiro, ed. by Yoshida Seiichi. V. 10 Shiga Naoya, ed. by Sudo Matsuo. V. 11 Akutagawa Ryfinosuke, ed. by Yoshida Seiichi. V. 12 Yamamoto Yizo, ed. by Takahashi Kenji. V. 13 Kawabata Yasunari, ed. by Yamamoto Kenkichi. V. 14 Hori Tatsuo, ed. by Nakamura Shin'ichiro. V. 15 Hagiwara Sakutar6, by ed. by It6 Sei. V. 16 Takamura K6taro, Miyazawa Kenji, ed. by Ito Shinkichi. V. 17 Kobayashi Hideo, ed. by Yoshida Hiroo. V. 18 Nakajima Atsushi, Kajii Motojiro, ed. by Fukunaga Takehiko. V. 19 Dazai Osamu, ed. by Kamei Katsuichiro. V.20 Miyoshi Tatsuji, Kusano Shinpei, ed. by Murakami Kikuichiro. V.21 Translated literature, ed. by Kawamori Yoshizo. V.22 Drama, ed. by Tanaka Chikao. V.23 Modem poetry, ed. by Miyoshi Tatsuji and Ito Shinkichi. V.24 Haiku and tanka, ed. by Yamamoto Kenkichi. V.25 Guide to modem literature, ed. by It6 Sei, et al. Each volume contains bio-bibliographical references. F99 A A U f E- N f 2f H {W W, - Kansho to kenkyui: Gendai Nihon bungaku k5za, ed. by Ito Sei, et al. Sanseido, 1962-63. 12v. Lectures on contemporary Japanese literature: its appreciation and research. Each volume contains a reference bibliography. Novels -1 Dawn of modem literature. -2 Period of naturalism. -3 Mori Ogai and Natsume Soseki. -4 Shirakaba and Kiseki literary magazines. -5 Mita bungaku and Shinshich6 literary magazines. -6 Proletarian literature and modernist literature. -7 Contemporary literature. Criticism and essays -1 Meiji era. -2 Taisho era. -3 Showa era. Poetry Tanka, Haiku F100 ffteR*-AXW VVLZA 2XrZfla XW Gendai bungaku koza: kaishaku to kansho, ed. by Kono Toshiro, et al. Shibund6, 1974-75. 8v. Meiji literature -1 The beginnings of modem literature. -2 Nationalism in Meiji literature. -3 The essence of naturalist literature. Taisho literature Natsume S6seki and Akutagawa Ryunosuke, etc. Showa literature -1 Politics and literature. -2 Anti-modemism in the Yoake mae (Before the dawn) and other essays. Contemporary poetry. Issues in the history of literature. COMPARATIVE LITERATURE Yoshitake Yoshinori. Meiji, Taish6 no hon'yakushi. Kenkyfisha, 1959. 262p. The Japanese assimilation of European literature through English translations in the Meiji-Taisho eras. Contains discussions on translations into classical and colloquial Japanese. Examples are taken from works by Futabatei Shimei, Mori Ogai, and Kitamura Tokoku, etc. F102;+ 0 Bj 5/ e H)~ Kimura Ki. Nichi-Bei bungaku k6rytushi no kenkyiu. Kodansha, 1960. 750p. (Reprinted by K6bunsha, 1982.) Studies in American and Japanese literary interchange from the beginning of U.S.-Japan relations through the Meiji era. Discusses the American

Page  97 97 F102-F109 influence on various phases of Japanese social and cultural life. F103 ~t V E ' 6 h Yoshitake Yoshinori. Hon'yaku koto hajime. Hayakawa Shobo, 1967. 228p. On the early years of the translation of foreign literature into Japanese. F104 BiH * 100 5 Nihon no eigaku hyakunenshi, ed. and published by the Editorial Office, 1968-69. 4v. Illustrations. Collections of essays on 100 years of English studies in Japan. Includes brief biographies of Japanese scholars of English studies, bibliographies, chronology, 1808-1968, a genealogical chart of English periodicals and changes of editors. Index. F105 FEU: t t ~ q Yasuda Yasuo. Hikaku bungaku ronk6. Gakuyusha, 1969, 1974. 2v. Discusses the influence of foreign literature on modem Japanese literature. Each volume contains 21 previously published essays comparing Japanese fiction and poetry to the fiction and poetry of the West. F106 H~P& A R -a) ~-F EM - S Nihon kindai bungaku no hikaku bungaku-teki kenkyut, ed. by Yoshida Seiichi. Shimizu Kobundo, 1971. 562p. Collection of 21 essays in comparative literature. - Tsubouchi Sh6y6 and Shakespeare in Kiri ichiyo (The beginning of the end) and Hamlet. - Turgenev and Futabatei Shimei in Aibiki (The rendezvous) and others. - Sources of Maihime (Dancing girl) by Mori Ogai. - Mori Ogai and E.V. Hartmann. - Ozaki Koyo, Moliere and E. Bronte in Konjiki yasha (Demon gold) and others. - Influence of Zola in the works of Nagai Kafu. - Maupassant and his influence on modem literary writers. - San'yutei Ench6, Ozaki Koyo, Tayama Katai, Kunikida Doppo. - Shimazaki Toson, Nagai Kafu. - Natsume S6seki and his studies in English literature. - Influence of Hauptmann in Izumi Ky6ka's dramas. - Subaru magazine group and the aestheticism of the West. - Tanizaki Jun'ichiro and Oscar Wilde. - Tolstoy and the Shirakaba (White Birch) school. - Akutagawa Ryunosuke and his works on early Christianity. - Allegorical meaning of 'time' in Yokomitsu Riichi. - Kawabata Yasunari and the Bible. - Mauriac and Hori Tatsuo. - Nishiwaki Junzaburo and surrealism. - It6 Sei and James Joyce. - Inoue Yasushi and Robert Graves. - Mishima Yukio and ancient Greek stories in Shishi (The lion) and the story of Medea. - End6 Shfisaku and catholicism. F107 L -W rI A — WHikaku bungaku koza, ed. by Nakajima Kenz6, et al. Shimizu K6bund6, 1971-74. 4v. Lectures on comparative literature: V. 1 Issues and methodology. V.2 Modem Japanese poetry. V.3 Modem Japanese novels. V.4 Modem Japanese literary criticism. F108 SW4 tL~A 4 C - Koza hikaku bungaku, ed. by Haga Thru, et al. Tokyo Daigaku Shuppankai, 1973-76. 8v. Lectures in comparative literature: V. 1 The status of Japanese literature in world literature. V.2 The concern in modem Japanese literature with preserving the Japanese identity in the face of Western influence. V.3 Thought and art in modem Japan, 1. V.4 Thought and art in modem Japan, 2. V.5 The impact of Western culture on Japan. V.6 Literary thought in the East and the West. V.7 Various aspects of Western literature. V.8 Theory and methodology of comparative literature. F109 ~^ T ftif. P0oftk Yoshitake Yoshinori. Kindai bungaku no naka no Sei-6. Ky6iku Shuppan Senta, 1974. 358p. (Hikaku bungaku kenkyfi sosho, no. 1) History of the adaptation of Western literature to the poetry, drama and fiction of the Meiji and Taisho eras. Works by 22 authors, from Yamada Bimy6 to Arishima Takeo are examined and compared to the

Page  98 98 F109-F117 original stories or poems in foreign literature. Kana readings are given for difficult characters. F110 IO R <*ff a Hid * if M 4 -O-Bei sakka to Nihon kindai bungaku, ed. by Fukuda Mitsuharu, et al. Kyoiku Shuppan Senta, 1974-75. 5v. (Hikaku bungaku series) European and American literary works in Japanese literature. V. 1I English and American literature I. V.2 French literature. V.3 Russian, Northern and Southern European literature. V.4 German literature. V.5 English and American literature II. Fil 1 74Ktt w * J Kimura Ki. Hikaku bungaku shin-shikai. Yagi Shoten, 1975. 554p. (Shoin gakujutsu kenky0 sosho) Collection of essays in 3 sections: -1 Comparison of various English translations of Ishikawa Takuboku's poem on the crab. -2 Translators and translations of occidental literature from ancient to modem times, especially the Bible and works by Goethe, Whitman, and Nietzche. -3 On the interchange between Meiji literature and occidental literature. Fl112 AKtR- H *:! -t36 1: Shimada Kinji. Nihon ni okeru gaikoku bungaku. Asahi Shinbunsha, 1975-76. 2v. Studies in comparative literature: -1 Visitors to Japan: Fernand Baldensperger and Lafcadio Hearn; the Japanese interpretation of foreign literature through the works of Mori Ogai and Ueda Bin. -2 Japanese translations of foreign literature. -3 Adaptation of Western sources in modem Japanese poetry. -4 Difficulty in adapting foreign culture to Japanese culture. -5 Interpretation of foreign literature by people of different cultures. FI 13 filE _ ffif- = i~J Ota Sabur6. Kindai sakka to Sei-O. Shimizu K6 -bund6, 1977. 348p. A discussion of foreign sources in the works of modem Japanese writers: Nagai Kafuf, Arishima Takeo, Ibuse Masuji, Muroo Saisei, Ito Sei, Tanizaki Jun'ichiro, Kawabata Yasunari, Natsume Soseki, and Kitahara Hakushu. F114 4{_JV 13 * < tS Sadoya Shigenobu. Nihon kindai bungaku no seiritsu. Meiji Shoin, 1977. 2v. Study in comparative literature: the establishment of modem Japanese literature, with special emphasis on the acceptance of American literary thought by the Japanese. Chronologically arranged reference bibliography of essays and monographs, 1866-1926, appended. Illustrated, and extensive notes are given where needed. Index. F115, - >' ' vIJ t:L I? kWL ' Ox Janru-betsu hikaku bungakuron, ed. by Nihon Hikaku Bungakkai. Karucha Shuppansha, 1977. 218p. Collection of essays by the members of the Japan comparative Literature Society in commemoration of the 30th anniversary of its founding. On such topics as psychological novels, the novel of ideas, futuristic novels, etc. F116:-NiiL- -Ljl0'):L, Chiba Sen'ichi. Gendai bungaku no hikaku bungaku-teki kenkyf. Yagi Shoten, 1978. 327p. (Kindai bungaku kenkyu s6sho) Collection of 15 essays on comparative literature with emphasis on the acceptance of Western poetry and literary thought by Japanese poets and writers from the Edo period to the postwar period. Subtitled 'dynamic movement of modernism'. Fl 17 O ~ 0' l '3-t7. P- - * >- ' F',L-7^4 Juyo no kiseki, ed. by Takayanagi Shun'ichi. Nansosha, 1979. 366p. English title: Aspects of cultural reception, Western intellectual trends and modern Japan. A festschrift of 20 essays in honor of Professor Joseph Roggendorf presented by his colleagues at Sophia University. Index.

Page  99 99 F118-F128 LANGUAGE The international explosion of information and the modernization of Japan raised the need for language that could be understood equally well by people in every walk of life. The following three entries by Yamamoto Masahide present vivid pictures of the difficulties the Meiji government and the intellectuals faced in communicating ideas. This resulted in spontaneous movements for 'unity of speech and writing' by literary writers and others, which led to the successful establishment of the modern style of writing. F118 [LhUIE* Q^i'~a ^F: Yamamoto Masahide. Kindai buntai hassei no shiteki kenkyf. Iwanami Shoten, 1965. 853p. Illustrations. Well documented systematic study of the origins of the modern style of writing. Examines the development of the 'unity of speech and writing' movement from 1866 to 1889. F119 IlIJ- M'-aJ~/E* Yamamoto Masahide. Genbun itchi no rekishi ronko. Oftisha, 1971. 576p. History of the movement for 'unity of speech and writing'. Summarizes the above-mentioned work (F 118) and expands its thesis with samples from the works of Mori Ogai, Yamada Bimyo, Ochiai Naobumi, Ozaki Koyo, Shimamura Hogetsu, Kotoku Shufsui, Sakai Kosen. F120 i&RtgfW M5W^T 4th -ULTE* At Kindai buntai keisei shiryo shusei, ed. by Yamamoto Masahide. Ofuisha, 1978-79. 2v. Collection of source materials on the formation of the modern style of writing. V. 1 Origins. Contains reproductions of 169 articles published between 1866 and 1899, with bibliographical explanations. Index. V.2 Establishment. Contains reproductions of 185 articles published between 1899 and 1922. Illustrated. Index. F121 FpaIlt\ i& ~ R iltl t Hirota Eitaro. Kindai yakugo k6. Tokyodo, 1969. 326p. History of words translated or adapted into Japanese from foreign sources; for example, 'kanojo' (she), 'kisha' or 'kisen' (train or steamship), 'katsudo shashinf'eiga' (motion pictures), etc. F122 -ttt]''a m i t ) P hi Muramatsu Akira. Kindai no kokugo: Edo kara gendai e. Offisha, 1977. 268p. Traces the history of speech from antiquity to the Edo period, the spread of Edo Japanese as the common tongue for all of Japan, and the change from Edo period Japanese to the contemporary language of Tokyo, which was adopted as the standard language after the Meiji era. F123 AiAnW [idr[f_ ffW _ Takamori Kuniaki. Kindai kokugo Kyoikushi. Hatonomori Shob6, 1979. 503p. History of modern language education. Reference bibliography. Indexes. NOVELS F125 H; _ N,IJ, q FP A{ 0 MN Nihon kindai Shosetsu, ed. by Nakajima Kenzo, et al. Shimizu Kobundo, 1961. 319p. (Hikaku bungaku koza v.5) Historical development of modern novels. A comparison of 13 authors and their works with foreign literature. The authors are Natsume Soseki, Kunikida Doppo, Arishima Takeo, Akutagawa Ryuinosuke, Nagai Kaffi, Tsubouchi Shoyo, Ito Sei, Kobayashi Takiji, Ooka Shohei, Masamune Hakucho, Nakajima Ton, Hori Tatsuo, and Endo Shfisaku. F126 {E e 7* — L F *t_,RP Sasaki Kazuo. Nihon kindai shosetsu gairon. Keio Daigaku Tsuishinsha, 1965. 495p. A survey of the development of modern fiction from the gesaku (novels) of the early Meiji era to romantic, naturalist, anti-naturalist, proletarian, and contemporary novels. F127 L[LttV ILJP ak fF V NA Yamamoto Kenkichi. Shi shosetsu sakkaron. Rev. ed. Shinbisha, 1966. 265p. Study of 12 'I' novelists, including Kasai Zenzo, Makino Shin'ichi, Kamura Isota, Uno K6ji, Okamoto Kanoko, H6jo Tamio, Takii Kosaku, Shiga Naoya, Kajii Motojiro, Kobayashi Akatsuki, Tanaka Hidemitsu, and Hara Tamiki. F128 H ';LdR _JI tW- C7 f l, Nihon kindai shosetsu no sekai, ed. by Sanekata Kiyoshi. Shimizu Kobundo. 1969. 364p.

Page  100 100 F128-F139 The world of the modem Japanese novel. Essays on 10 authors: Mori Ogai, Kunikida Doppo, Izumi Kyoka, Shimazaki Toson, Tayama Katai, Natsume Soseki, Iwano Homei, Arishima Takeo, Akutagawa Ryuinosuke, and Shiga Naoya. F129 NFHIE- tL, Jd R J Nishida Masayoshi. Shi shosetsu sai-hakken. Ofuisha, 1973. 323p. An interpretation of the 'I' novels as a type of psychological fiction describing the Japanese mind. Traces the origins of the 'I' novel, its growth and decline. F130 iffl-~ HE DArJf a Shinoda Hajime. Nihon no kindai shosetsu. Shuieisha, 1973-75. 2v. A collection of 12 literary essays on modem Japanese novels. The essays were previously published in Subaru magazine in 1971-75. F131 ML0R H *0)K-WdJ<PKaga Otohiko. Nihon no chohen shosetsu. Chikuma Shobo, 1976. 23 1p. Analytical studies of ten long novels (over 1,000 pages), their main themes, style of writing, organization, etc. Included are: Meian, Light and darkness, by Natsume Soseki. Aru onna, A certain woman, by Arishima Takeo. Yoake mae, Before the dawn, by Shimazaki Toson. An'ya koro, Dark night's passing, by Shiga Naoya. Ryoshu, Travel sadness, by Yokomitsu Riichi. Sasame yuki, The Makioka sisters, by Tanizaki Jun'ichiro. Meiro, The labyrinth, by Nogami Yaeko. Fuji, Mt. Fuji, by Takeda Taijun. Seinen no wa, The cycle of youth, by Noma Hiroshi. Shi no shima, The island of death, by Fukunaga Takehiko. F132 LIOEW - H * r f L^- Vi -c Saeki Shoichi. Nihon no 'watakushi' o motomete. Kawade Shobo Shinsha, 1974. 221p. The search for 'self' in Japanese fiction. F133 {A ibf - 4 1 WT i Saeki Shoichi. Monogatari geijutsu ron. Kodansha, 1979. 256p. The art of story telling. Discussions of the self in the fiction of Tanizaki Jun'ichir6, Akutagawa Ryuinosuke, and Mishima Yukio. F134 f{_&{tiK- AtH * e) { Saeki Sh6ichi. Kindai Nihon no jiden. Kodansha, 1981. 294p. A collection of critical essays on literary autobiographies. Included are those of Tokutomi Soho, Maejima Mitsu, Fukuda Eiko, Ishikawa Sanshiro, Futabatei Shimei, Kinoshita Naoe, Tsubouchi Shoyo, Uchida Roan and others. Personal name index. Popular Literature F135 ~!~,~t 3 ~ -: Ozaki Hotsuki. Taishu bungaku. Kinokuniya Shoten, 1964. 193p. (Kinokuniya shinsho) An introductory history of popular literature. Bibliography. F136 FPA^TR- P 1 t3t9 l H 4- t5 Nakajima Kawataro. Nihon suiri shosetsushi. Togensha, 1964. 308p. Traces the rise of mystery stories to the translation of "Oranda biseiroku" and the publication of "Shin seinen" (new young man) magazine in the Taisho era. F137 Mlm w A V A ' pfl Ozaki Hotsuki. Taishu bungakuron. Keiso Shobo, 1965. 417p. A collection of previously published essays on the development of popular literature including historical novels, rakugo (story telling), etc. Contains a chronology, 1926-45, listing articles in newspapers, magazines, and books. F138 gff?7ji- H ~]A'~t{ Gonda Manji. Nihon tantei sakka ron. Gen'eijo, 1975. 261p. (Gen'eijo hyoron kenkyui sosho) Introduction to prewar writers of detective stories, including Edogawa Ranpo, Yokomizo Masashi, and others. F139 1 % }BL:-/Oka Yasuo. Kindai bungaku no itansha. Kadokawa Shoten, 1976. 269p. Portraits and illustrations. (Kadokawa sensho) Outside of modem literature: an unofficial history of modem Japanese literature. Introduction to 25 little

Page  101 101 known writers and their works. Includes Sakai Toshihiko (Kosen), Hasegawa Nyozekan, Uchida Hyakken and others. A brief chronology, 1882-1935. F140 r iA{. t * J4' d Takagi Takeo. Shinbun shosetsushi. Kokusho Kank6kai, 1974-81. 3v. Illustrations. History of novels serialized in newspapers, also giving a history of the newspaper industry itself. Each volume contains a reference bibliography and an index. V. 1 Meiji era. V.2 Taisho era. V.3 Showa era. POETRY Modern Poetry (shi) F141 ^E A i.ih-2 ~'2~, Terada Toru. Kindai Nihon no kotoba to shi. Shichosha, 1965. 295p. A collection of essays on word usage and poetic style, with special reference to the children's literature of Miyazawa Kenji. F142 X a fQ f - Kansho gendaishi. Chikuma Shob6, 1966. 3v. Appreciation of modem poetry. V. 1 Meiji era, by Yoshida Seiichi. The new poetry written in the colloquial language. Consists of representative poems of 17 poets including Kitamura Tokoku, Susukida Kyuikin, Kanbara Ariake, Kitahara Hakushui, Miki Roff, and others. V.2 Taisho era, by Ito Shinkichi. Thought and expression in proletarian poetry. Consists of works by 22 poets including Takamura K6taro, Hagiwara Sakutaro, Miyazawa Kenji, and others. V.3 Showa era, by Murano Shiro. The new lyricism with examples from the works of 15 representative poets, including Miyoshi Tatsuji, Tachibana Michizo, Nakahara Chuiya, Kaneko Mitsuharu, Kusano Shinpei, Murano Shiro, and others. F143 H * V) i& N 04 Fi. f_, Nihon no kindaishi, ed. by Nihon Kindai Bungakkan, Yomiuri Shinbunsha, 1967. 372p. Collection of lectures on recent poetry with emphasis on proletarian poetry of Nakano Shigeharu and the poets active since the war. Includes illustrations F139-F148 of cover designs of poetry books and magazines, chronology, 1868-1966, index of names. F144 IJAgf St! 4 l'$J,Kikuchi Yasuo. Gendaishi no taidoki. Revised and enlarged ed. Genbunsha, 1967. 598p. Traces the development of new forms of poetry in the Taisho and early Showa eras. Includes a bibliographical chronology, 1912-35, consisting of books, review articles, and biographies in periodicals. Author index. The first edition was published in 1965 under the title: Aoi kaidan o noboru shijin-tachi (The age of young poets). F145 *'2 f — M *;- H n Matsunaga Goichi. Nihon nomin shishi. Hosei Daigaku Shuppankyoku, 1967-70. 5v. Illustrations. 100 years of poetry by farmers: a history of thought expressed in poetry. V. 1 Poems and songs on class consciousness in the Meiji and Taisho eras. V.2 Poems of anarchist and marxist farmers in the prewar Showa era. V.3 Poems from the war and Occupation period, and the 1960 Anpo Treaty (U.S.-Japan security treaties). Chronology, 1868-1969. No index. F146 N iE BH fiS E9 x) A h Sato Yasumasa. Nihon kindaishi to Kirisutoky6. Shinky6 Shuppansha, 1968. 300p. A history of the conflict between traditional ideas and Christianity, as expressed by seven poets: Yagi Juikichi, Kusano Shinpei, Miyazawa Kenji, Kitamura Tokoku, Shimazaki Toson, Hagiwara Sakutaro, and Yamamura Bocho. F147 M N JN A fA kl V O f1 i Gendai shijin ron, ed. by Ooka Makoto. Kadokawa Shoten, 1969. 328p. Surveys half a century of contemporary poetry, 1921-65, with critical reviews of 23 poets and their works, including Kaneko Mitsuharu, Kusano Shinpei, Takamura K6taro, Nakahara Chuiya, Miyoshi Tatsuji and others. F148 Fif;-J-A0 f A)R,, Nihon kindai shiron no kenkyu, ed. by Nihon Kindai Shiron Kenkyuikai, Hitomi Enkichi. Kadokawa Shoten, 1972. 965p. Studies of modem Japanese poetics, based on excerpts from various works by poets and critics since

Page  102 102 F148-F154 the Meiji era. Grouped by topics. Chronology of poetics, 1871-1926. F149 FPT [- fUlt g A)[ ~f Nakano Kaichi. Zen'eishi undoshi no kenkyu: modanizumu shi no keifu. Ohara Shinseisha, 1975. 480p. Study of the development of avant garde poetry in 1915 to the period of Showa era surrealism and modernism. Traces the European influence on Japanese poetry. Chronology, 1915-70. Illustrations of magazine covers. Index. F150 ii f- k t 4 'W5 {VT, M q5 Kindaishi monogatari, ed. by Bundo Junsaku and Yoshida Hiroo. Yuihikaku, 1978. 296p. (Yuihikaku books) An introduction to the new style poetry and poets of the Meiji and Taisho eras, including Shimazaki Toson, Ishikawa Takuboku, Kitahara Hakushu, Takamura Kotaro, Hagiwara Sakutaro, and Miyazawa Kenji. Chronology, 1869-1922. Fi5i 11N fD 4fU) A5 t Ooka Makoto. Gendai no shijintachi. Seidosha, 1981. 2v. A collection of critical studies of 35 poets from Ishikawa Takuboku to Ishimura Michiko. Index. F152: {/ Egashira Hikozo chosakushu. S6bunsha, 1982. 3v. Collected works of Egashira Hikozo: V. 1 Critical essays on lyrical poetry and poets of the Shiki (Four seasons) school. V.2 Modem poetry and poets. V.3 Postwar poetry, miscellaneous essays. F153 H: t 1 Wt~ -, Nihon no shiika, ed. by Ito Shinkichi, et al. Chuo Koronsha, 1967-70. 31v. Chuko bunko edition, 1974-76. 31v. Poems and songs of Japan. V. 1 Shimazaki Toson. V.2 Doi Bansui, Susukida Kyukin, Kanbara Ariake, Miki Rofu. V. 3 Masaoka Shiki, Ito Sachio, Nagatsuka Takashi. V.4 Yosano Tekkan, Yosano Akiko, Wakayama Bokusui, Yoshii Isamu. V.5 Ishikawa Takuboku. V.6 Shimaki Akahiko, Koizumi Chikashi, Nakamura Kenkichi, Tsuchiya Bunmei, Oka Fumoto. V.7 Ota Mizuho, Maeda Yugure, Kuwada Jun, Kinoshita Rigen, Oyama Tokujiro. V.8 Saito Mokichi. V.9 Kitahara Hakushu. V. 10 Takamura Kotaro. V. 11 Shaku Choku, Aizu Yahachi, Kubota Kuiho, Toki Zenmaro. V. 12 Kinoshita Mokutaro, Hinatsu Konosuke, Noguchi Yonejir6, Nishiwaki Junzaburo. V. 13 Yamamura Bocho, Fukushi K6jiro, Senke Motomaro, Momota S6ji, Sato S6nosuke. V. 14 Hagiwara Sakutaro. V. 15 Muro Saisei. V.16 Sato Haruo. V. 17 Horiguchi Daigaku, Saijo Yaso, Murayama Kaita, Ozaki Kihachi. V. 18 Miyazawa Kenji. V. 19 lida Dakotsu, Mizuhara Shuoshi, Yamaguchi Seishi, Nakamura Kusatao, Ogiwara Seisensui. V.20 Nakano Shigeharu, Ono Tosaburo, Takahashi Shinkichi, Yamanoguchi Baku. V.21 Kaneko Mitsuharu, Yoshida Issui, Murano Shiro, Kusano Shinpei. V.22 Miyoshi Tatsuji. V.23 Nakahara Chuya, Ito Shizuo, Yagi Jukichi. V.24 Murayama Kaoru, Tanaka Fuyuji, Tachihara Michizo, Tanaka Katsumi, Kurahara Shinjiro. V.25 Kitagawa Fuyuhiko, Anzai Fuyue, Kitazono Katsue, Haruyama Yukio, Takenaka Iku. V.26 Collection of representative poems of the Meiji, Taisho and early Showa periods. V.27 Contemporary poems. V.28 Collection of Western poems in Japanese translation. V.29 Collection of tanka. V.30 Collection of haiku. V.31 Collection of Japanese songs. F154 H 7Tf=1 } A Nihon gendaishi taikei. Kawade Shobo Shinsha, 1974-76. 13v. Compendium of modem Japanese poetry. V.1 Rise and development, by Yamamiya Mitsuru. V.2-3 Period of romanticism, by Hinatsu Konosuke. V.4-5 Modem poetry, 1, 2, by Yano Hojin.

Page  103 103 V.6 Modem poetry, 3, by Miyoshi Tatsuji. V.7 Modem poetry, 4, by Yano H6jin. V.8 Showa era, 1, by Nakano Shigeharu. V.9 Showa era, 2, by Miyoshi Tatsuji. V. 10 Showa era, 3, by Nakano Shigeharu. V. 11-13 Postwar period, 1, 2, 3, by Ooka Makoto. lecture series F155 Mfl; lXW_ {W Gendaishi kansho koza, ed. by Ito Shinkichi, et al. Kadokawa Shoten, 1968-69. 12v. A lecture series on the appreciation of modem poetry. V. 1 A symposium on poetry. V.2 Modem poetry 1. The new style. Discusses 8 Meiji poets. V.3 Modem poetry 2. Poets of the aesthetic movement. Discusses 8 poets, including Kanbara Ariake, etc. V.4 Modem poetry 3. Songs of life. Discusses 8 poets, including Kawaji Ryuko6, Ishikawa Takuboku, etc. V.5 Modem poetry 4. The new lyricism. Discusses 10 poets, including Hagiwara Sakutar6, Sato Haruo, etc. V.6 Modem poetry 5. Humanism. Discusses 10 poets, including Senke Motomaro, Ikuta Shungetsu, etc. V.7 Contemporary poetry 1. Poetry of nihilism; songs of thought. Discusses 9 poets, including Kaneko Mitsuharu, Nakano Shigeharu, etc. V.8 Contemporary poetry 2. The Rekitei group of poets. Discusses 11 poets, including Kusano Shinpei, Takahashi Shinkichi (dadaist), Yagi Jufkichi, etc. V.9 Contemporary poetry 3. The standard of modernism. Discusses 9 poets, including Nishiwaki Junzaburo, Kitagawa Fuyuhiko, etc. V.10 Contemporary poetry 4. Lyricism in contemporary poetry. Discusses 9 poets, including Miyoshi Tatsuji, Ito Sei, etc. V. 11 Contemporary poetry 5. An introduction to the work of 71 poets. V. 12 A history of Meiji poetry, by Suzuki Toru; A history of Taisho poetry, by Anzai Hitoshi; A history of Showa poetry 1, by Ooka Makoto; A history of Showa poetry 2, by Kuritsu Norio. F154-F160 Each volume contains a bibliography, a chronology. Index. F156 J:f H *ft,P TzgR - kV Koza Nihon gendaishishi, ed. by Murano Shir6, et al. Yuibun Shoin, 1973. 4v. Lectures on the history of modem Japanese poetry. V. 1 Meiji era. V.2 Taisho era. V.3 Early Showa era. V.4 Postwar period. Tanka (waka) F157 SF N )a P _ - 1t -M Kindai tankashi, ed. by Kubota Utsubo, et al. Shunjiisha, 1958. 3v. Lectures on modem tanka. V. 1 Meiji era, by Katagiri Kenchi, et al. V.2 Taisho era, by Gomi Yasuyoshi, et al. V.3 Showa era, by Watanabe Junzo, et al. F158 At J11X_ *ifI:R Watanabe Junzo. Teihon Kindai tankashi. Shunjusha, 1963. 2v. History of the proletarian tanka movement. V. 1 Meiji era, arranged by group including Shinpa (the new school), romantics, naturalists, and modernists, to the rise of the Araragi school. V.2 Taisho era, the new-movement of socialists and proletarians, and the Tanka schools of the Showa era. Indexes. F159 *{~ {I SL1fm^ ^fb~ Kimata Osamu. Kindai tanka no shiteki tenkai. Meiji Shoin, 1965. 445p. A survey history of modem tanka. Covers the new revisionists group of the Meiji era, the rise of the Araragi school in the Taisho era, the modernist group of the early Showa era, wartime patriotic tanka, and the postwar revival of literary tanka. A chronology, 1868-1950. Indexes. Illustrations give first editions of magazines and portraits. F160 39 WiPEttt Saito Mokichi. Meiji Taisho tankashi. Chuoi Koronsha, 1970-71. 2v. Reprint of 1950 ed. V. 1 Historical survey of tanka from the MeijiTaisho eras.

Page  104 104 F160-F172 V.2 25 years of the poetry magazine Araragi. Index in each volume. F161 7*~ {? HA J` )tiE 2) 4:? _A % Kimata Osamu. Hyoron Meiji Taisho no kajintachi. Meiji Shoin, 1971. 635p. Collection of essays on 15 poets active from the Meiji to the Showa era, including Sasaki Nobutsuna, Yosano Akiko, Ishikawa Takuboku, Saito Mokichi, Kubota Utsubo, Toki Zenmaro, Ota Mizuho, etc. F162 m AL A ift.,i 4 _ El Shino Hiroshi. Kindai tankashi: Mumeisha no seiki. San'ichi Shobo, 1974. 282p. History of contributors of poems to the Tanka section of newspapers from the turn of the century to 1955. F167,m — Fi^ RR W Yanase Kazuo. Kindai tanka kenkyu. Kato Chuidokan, 1982. 433p. (Yanase Kazuo chosakushui V.6) A study of modem tanka, with emphasis on the work of Kubota Utsubo, Uematsu Hisaki, Handa Ryohei, etc. Haiku F168 T5x Q ftTP-) ii. Izawa Motoyoshi. Gendai haiku no nagare. Kawade Shobo Shinsha, 1956. 177p. (Kawade shinsho) An introductory history of modem haiku. Discusses 21 haiku poets from Masaoka Shiki to Ishida Hakyo. F163 A ~L ~ tf m^i' Shino Hiroshi. Kindai tanka ronsoshi. Kadokawa Shoten, 1976, 1981. 2v. Meiji-Taisho hen, 1976. 544p. Showa hen, 1981. 592p. A history of disputes over modem tanka, from the 1900's to the early Showa era. Sources are listed for each topic discussed. F164 3% R J:k t ~ fH [_- -O, Gendai tanka zenshu, ed. by Ueda Miyoji, et al. Chikuma Shobo, 1980. 15v. A complete collection of modem tanka anthologies. Arranged by periods: pre-1909, and 1910-70, with comments by specialists. F165 J -! - - }) -X A L {1F Tanka shiriizu: Hito to sakuhin. Offisha, 1980-82. 24v. Contains anthologies of 20 major poets from Masaoka Shiki to Kondo Yoshimi. V.22 is on contemporary tanka poets; V.23 is on an appreciation of outstanding modem tanka; V.24 is a history of tanka by Abe Masamichi. F166 XS4,% LFR i3-U Usui Tadao. Kindai tankashi ronko. Offisha, 1981. 650p. Posthumous collection of essays on modem tanka history, including the poetry salons surrounding such writers as Masaoka Shiki, Ito Sachio, Shimaki Akahiko, etc. F169 ir f far X ^]W %X Kindai haiku, by Kanda Hideo and Kusumoto Kenkichi. Yuseido, 1965. 366p. (Kindai bungaku chuishaku taikei, no. 1 series) Works by 232 haiku poets are arranged by period: Meiji, Taisho, Showa, and contemporary. Readings and explanations are given for each entry. Contains a brief history of haiku, reference bibliographies and a chronology, 1869-1944. F170 ~zd] f f V { J P tm Matsui Toshihiko. Kindai haironshi. Offisha, 1965. 563p. (Haiku shiriizu: Hito to sakuhin, 1965. Suppl. 1) A study of stylistic change in haiku from the Meiji to postwar period. Illustrations. F171 T1Rtf V1 f l {i J Yamamoto Kenkichi. Gendai haiku. Revised ed. Kadokawa Shoten, 1971. 2v. (Kadokawa shinsho) A study of 38 modem haiku poets and their works. Indexes to names of poets. F172 Wm,-T ~J — AO,,S Shintei haiku shiriizu: hito to sakuhin. Offisha, 1973. 20v. A guide to 17 haiku poets and their works, including Matsuo Basho, Yosa Buson, Kobayashi Issa, Masaoka Shiki, Takahama Kyoshi, Mizuhara Shuoshi, and others. V. 18 is a survey of early modem haiku; V. 19, a survey of modem haiku; and V.20, a survey of contemporary haiku.

Page  105 105 F173 tPWfIM5 WS~1E/fVtf Murayama Koky6. Meiji Taisho haikushiwa. Kadokawa Shoten, 1982. 291 p. A collection of essays on haiku and haiku circles from the Meiji era to the new reform movement. Includes essays on haiku by Ozaki K6y6, Masaoka Shiki, Natsume Soseki, Hekigodo, etc. PERFORMING ARTS F174 Jf)k*Rl H * V 01i Akiba Taro. Nihon shingekishi. Risosha, 1955-56. 2v. History of the new drama of the Meiji era and the proletarian drama of the Showa era. Contains sources of information on playwrights and their works, theaters and theater groups. A bibliography, illustrations, index. F175 M @ f_ - ] EJt]( Tanaka Eiz6. Meiji Taisho shingekishi shiryo. Engeki Shuppansha, 1964. 256p. An outline history of the new theater movement from the latter part of the Meiji period to the establishment of the Tsukiji Little Theater in the late Taisho period. The major part of the book is devoted to a listing of programs of public performances and source material of 103 new theater groups. F176 4a2s3& H $ U 5& Matsumoto Kappei. Nihon shingekishi. Chikuma Shobo, 1966. 658p. Japanese new drama, as seen in the movement of small theatrical companies that searched for the identity of modem man. Traces the beginnings of the movement to the Jiyui Gekij6 (Free theater) of the Meiji era and its development in the Tsukiji Little theater. Illustrations include group photographs, stage scenes, etc. Indexed. F177 XW *l t; Oyama Isao. Kindai Nihon gikyokushi. Yamagata, Kindai Nihon Gikyokushi Kankokai, 1968-73. 4v. Historical discourse on the development of drama and on individual playwrights and their works. V.1 Meiji era. V.2 Taisho era. V.3 Showa era. Indexes for author's names, titles, drama companies, and theaters in each volume. Illustrations. F173-F184 F178 Wi TLE c] Ochi Haruo. Meiji Taisho no geki bungaku. Hanawa Shobo, 1971. 525p. Study of modem dramatic literature from the Meiji and Taisho eras. Contains a bibliographical guide, p.495-572. Author/title index. F179 IAT -4tIgJAA0Hit Yoshida Kenkichi. Tsukiji shogekijo no jidai. Yaedake Shob6, 1971. 272p. English title: Age of Tsukiji Little Theater. Based on the diary of the author. Describes the struggles of this theater, and its resistance to censorship, etc. F180 H 7Ik;~ Gendai Nihon gikyoku taikei. San'ichi Shobo, 1971-72. 8v. A systematic collection of representative plays from the years 1946-71, arranged by publishing dates. Each volume contains comments, bibliographical notes for each play and a chronological table. F181 7iTtfA _f ffihtiNagahira Kazuo. Kindai gikyoku no sekai. Tokyo Daigaku Shuppankai, 1972. 281p. The world of modem drama. A historical account based on the works of Tsubouchi Shoyo, Mori Ogai, Okamoto Kido, Osanai Kaoru, Shirakaba School playwrights, Taisho drama, Kishida Kokushi, Kubo Sakae, Mabune Yutaka, and Miyoshi Juiro. F182 f' T* 5 A~l H 2: J Matsumoto Kappei. Nihon shakaishugi engekishi. Chikuma Shob6, 1975. 880p. A history of Japanese socialist drama of the Meiji and Taisho eras. Continuation of "Nihon shingekishi" (F176). Author-subject index. Illustrations include portraits, etc. F183 ~Bt~ H * PZ Fujita Motohiko. Nihon eiga gendaishi. Kashinsha, 1977. 2v. A history of Japanese film. Gives critical reviews of representative directors and their films. Each volume contains a chronology. V. 1 The wartime film industry. V.2 The postwar period. F184 rp 3t- _ l iO ~ jLtJ_ Mukai Soya. Nippon minshu engekishi. Nippon Hoso Shuppan Kyokai, 1977. 333p.

Page  106 106 F184-F194 A history of Japanese popular theater, covering revue shows, light theatricals, and samurai plays. Brief bibliography. Illustrations. F185 FM 41PfA j lt]tlfAJf Tanaka Chikao. Gekiteki buntairon josetsu. Hakusuisha, 1977-78. 2v. Introduction to dramaturgy. Discusses the style of monogatari (narrative literature) in the works of modem novelists, and the recognition of drama as literature by later playwrights, such as Kishida Kokushi and others. Also gives an analysis of various modern drama. Each volume contains an author/title index. F186 `{M~ -X b -" -., v h h{7 Sanuka Mitsuo. Terebi doramashi: hito to eizo. Nippon Hoso Shuppan Kyokai, 1978. 302p. History of television drama: people and images. Contains a reference bibliography, a chronology of dramas, 1953-77. Author, title indexes. F187 IIffl-)4 t- ) c) k Yoshida Chieo. Mo hitotsu no eigashi. Jiji Tsushinsha, 1978. 278p. The age of the silent film reciters such as Tokugawa Musei, etc. Source materials include a list of movie theaters and a chronological table. Author/title index. Illustrations. F188 W /W A a) c X Teruoka Yasutaka. Rakugo no nenrin. Kodansha, 1978. 518p. A history of rakugo in Tokyo and the Kyoto/Osaka area from the Edo period to the present. Chronological listing of reference sources appended. F189 H { JfTJ t41{"R $ Nihon ryukokashi, by Komota Nobuo, et al. Shakai Shisosha, 1980. 2v. A history of Japanese popular song. Arranged by period: V. 1 prewar period; V. 2 postwar period. Each volume contains a year by year summary of the trends in popular song and the lyrics of representative songs. Chronological tables (1869-1945, 1946-79). Indexes for authors, subjects, and titles of songs. F190 Ji 1T/ — Eitt f',)bb Kawatake Toshio. Kindai engeki no tenkai. Nihon Hoso Shuppan KyOkai, 1982. 236p. (Shin NHK Shimin Daigaku sosho) Survey of the development of modem drama, its language and techniques, in 3 parts: -1 The modernization of Kabuki; the rise of Shinpa, the new school for adaptation of Western drama; the establishment of shingeki, the new drama. -2 The establishment of the Tsukiji Little Theater and its closing during World War II. -3 Postwar developments in drama. LIFE AND CULTURE F191 Jm ^ Z \t 5{L VQe: 8 Meiji bunkashi, ed. by Kaikoku Hyakunen Kinen Bunka Jigyokai. Y6yosha, 1953-57. (14v.) V. 12 Daily life, ed. by Shibusawa Keizo, 1955. Descriptions of living conditions based on product consumption and changes caused by the influence of Western goods. V. 13 Manners and customs, ed. by Yanagita Kunio, 1954. Includes essays on clothing, food, dwellings, travel, weddings and funerals, annual festivals, religion, language, etc. A chronological table in both volumes. F192 +Tf!- NA " * H *-V) ARM Ono Tadashige. Hanga: Nihon no jigazo. Iwanami Shoten, 1961. 261p. (Iwanami shinsho) The portrait of modern Japan in Hanga. A collection of essays on the popular woodblock prints, covering the years from the end of the Edo period through Showa. Contains a chronology of prints, 1860-1955. Illustrations. Index. F193 irftH f{ 15 H RA6'P, Kindai Nihon fizokushi, ed. by Nihon Fuzokushi Gakkai. Yuzankaku, 1968. 7v. A collection of essays by specialists. Illustrated. V. 1 Fashion, clothing, and accessories. V.2 Industry and transportation. V.3 Clothing and accessories. V.4 Houses and furniture. V.5 Meals and food products. V.6 Sports and entertainment. V.7 Speech and mass communication. F194 A:Lt i 5L t A:5, JJ X Shoku seikatsu kindaishi, ed. by Otsuka Tsutomu. Yuizankaku, 1969. 296p. History of the introduction of new foods and dining customs to Japan. Illustrated.

Page  107 107 F195 tH*tt5 HBfsl-T-;k* S, Kindai Nihon shokumotsushi. by Showa Joshi Daigaku, Shokumotsugaku Kenkyuishitsu. Kindai Bunka Kenkyfijo, 1971. 899p. Modem Japanese cuisine is traced to the industrial modernization of food preparation and subsequent changes in the national diet, brought about by the introduction of Western foods and dietetic research, in the early Meiji and Taisho periods. Appended are a chronology, 1859-1926, and a bibliography of books, magazines and newspapers. Illustrations. F196 i-N<E Wt~SL:tU._ Kat6 Hidetoshi. Meiji Taisho Showa shoku seikatsu sesoshi. Shibata Shoten, 1977. 220p. (Shiriizu Shoku seikatsu bunka no hakken) A study of the changes in eating habits and the food industry in relation to advances in modern transportation. Reference bibliography, indexes. F197 ~:QHlq I fA,CI & 5 Yagi Haruo. Seikatsu keizaishi. Hy6ronsha, 1978. 313p. (Kyoyo s6sho) History of living conditions in the Taisho and Showa periods. Contains a bibliography. F198 EK * fir N F X 9ff Takumi Hideo. Kindai Nihon no bijutsu to bungaku. Mokujisha, 1969. 379p. A study of the relationship between art and literature in the modern age, focusing on book illustrations of the Meiji, Taisho, and Showa periods. Includes discussions of the literary magazine My6j6 (Morning Star), the haiku magazine Hototogisu, and modern novels. Illustrations. F199.E *i~T{ A;eUF Takumi Hideo, Kindai Nihon y6ga no tenkai. Revised ed., Akimorisha, 1977. 436p. Analyzes the evolution of Western-style painting in the Meiji and Taish6 eras. Considers art from the perspectives of culture and literature. Illustrations. Bibliographical references. Index. F200 jifH;*,1ff5 f,-fk&P W Kindai Nihon kaigashi, by Kawakita Michiaki and Takashina Shiuji. Chiuo Koronsha, 1978. 374p. Collection of essays previously published in Nihon no meiga, analyzing the development of Westerninfluenced Japanese painting from the late Edo to postwar Showa period. 32 color plates. List of drawings. Bibliographical references. Index. F195-F206 F201 R S DEIJ~E lizawa Tadasu. Gendai mangaka retsuden. S6jusha, 1978. 306p. Biographies of cartoonists in the last century. Illustrations. F202; )-X- J1 ft % A 5 Ishiko Jun. Nihon mangashi. Otsuki Shoten, 1979. 2v. History of Japanese cartoons, their origins in the 1870's to their development, decline, and revival in the post-war Sh6wa period. Illustrations. Bibliographical references. F203 YLt^' RS A i ifhtlFT g5 - F Muramatsu Teijir6, Nihon kindai kenchikushi noto. Sekai Shoin, 1965. 349p. Collection of previously published essays on the history of Japanese architecture in the modern age with emphasis on the pioneering architects who built the seiyokan (Western-style buildings) of the Meiji era. Biographical notes. Photographs. F204 l~frI t HffP 5{fflW{L5 Okano Takeo. Nihon shuppan bunkashi. Shunpodo, 1959. 663p. A history of Japanese publishing, from Edo to the postwar period, with emphasis on the establishment of the publishing industry and the rise of the large book stores in the mid-Meiji period. Index. BY PERIOD MEIJI ERA, 1868-1912 General F205 mN * W R 2 ) Okitsu Kaname. Tenkanki no bungaku: Edo kara Meiji e. Waseda Daigaku Shuppanbu, 1960. 381p. Study of gesaku writers active from the end of the Edo period to the early Meiji period: Mantei Oga, Baitei Kinga, Nisei Shunsui (Somezaki Nobufusa), Kanagaki Robun, Sansei Tanehiko (Takabatake Ransen), and Sansantei Yujin (Saigiku Sanjin). Chronology, 1844-1884. Title index, with readings. F206 4Ri 7T W i- J WV Yanagida Izumi. Meiji bungaku kenkytu. Revised and enlarged ed. Shunjfisha, 1960-68. 1 lv.

Page  108 108 F206-F210 Studies in early Meiji literature. V. 1 The early years of Tsubouchi Shoyo. V.2 Shosetsu shinzui (The essence of the novel). V.3 Gesaku literature (Edo period popular fiction) in the early Meiji period. V.4 Literary thought, 1. V.5 Translations of foreign literature. V.6 Literary thought, 2. V.7 Importation of Western literature. V.8-10 On political novels, 1,2,3. V. 11 Studies of Futabatei Shimei. F207 WIJ 7k w 1]'~f#Jg~ ^ Yanagida Izumi. Meiji shoki no hon'yaku bungaku no kenkyu. Newly rev. and enlarged ed. Shunjusha, 1961. 509p. (The author's Meiji bungaku kenkyut v.5) History of translated literature and its influence on Japanese literature. Includes biographies of translators, and a chronology, 1868-1922. Author and title indexes. F208, Wi' PE 7 - Zadankai Meiji bungakushi, ed. by Yanagida Izumi and Katsumoto Seiichiro. Iwanami Shoten, 1961. 570p. A monograph edition of the report of the round table discussion on Meiji literature chaired by Ino Kenji. F209 H;Att- m W ~ ~ Nakamura Mitsuo. Meiji bungakushi. Chikuma Shobo, 1963. 285p. (Chikuma sosho) Introduction to Meiji literary history. Divided into three periods: early, middle, and late, with emphasis on novels, including those of Natsume Soseki, Mori Ogai, Nagai Kafui, and Tanizaki Jun'ichiro. F210 W Z V Meiji bungaku zenshf. Chikuma Shobo, 1965-83. (99v.) V. 1-2 A collection of early Meiji literature, 1,2, ed. by Okubo Toshiaki. V.3 Meiji enlightenment literature, ed. by Okubo Toshiaki. V.4 Works of Narushima Ryuihoku, Hattori Busho, Kurimoto Joun, ed. by Shioda Ryohei. V.5-6 Meiji political novels, 1,2, ed. by Yanagida Izumi. V.7 Collection of Meiji translated literature, ed. by Kimura Ki. Reprinted by Chikuma Shobo in 1972. 435p. V.8 Works of Fukuzawa Yukichi, ed. by Tomita Masabumi. V.9 Collected works of Kawatake Mokuami, ed. by Kawatake Toshio. V.10 Collected works of San'yutei Encho, ed. by Okitsu Kaname. V. 11 Collected works of Fukuchi Ochi, ed. by Yanagida Izumi. V. 12 Works of Oi Kentaro, Ueki Emori, Baba Tatsuo, and Ono Azusa, ed. by lenaga Saburo. V. 13 Collected works of Nakae Chomin, ed. by Hayashi Shigeru. V. 14 Collected works of Taguchi Teiken (Ukichi), ed. by Okubo Toshiaki. V. 15 Collected works of Yano Ryuikei, ed. by Ochi Haruo. V.16 Collected works of Tsubouchi Shoyo, ed. by Inagaki Tatsuro. V. 17 Futabatei Shimei, Saganoya Omuro, ed. by Nakamura Mitsuo. V. 18 Collected works of Ozaki Koyo, ed. by Fukuda Kiyohito. V. 19 Collected works of Hirotsu Ryuiro, ed. by Hirotsu Kazuo. V.20 Works of Kawakami Bizan, and Iwaya Sazanami, ed. by Senuma Shigeki. V.21 Collected works of Izumi Ky6ka, ed. by Naruse Masakatsu. V.22 Collection of Ken'yuisha literature, ed. by Fukuda Kiyohito. V.23 Works of Yamada Bimyo, Ishibashi Ningetsu, Takase Bun'en, ed. by Fukuda Kiyohito. V.24 Collected works of Uchida Roan, ed. by Inagaki Tatsuro. V.25 Collected works of Koda Rohan, ed. by Yanagida Izumi. V.26 Collected works of the Negishi literature group, ed. by Inagaki Tatsuro. V.27 Collected works of Mori Ogai, ed. by Karaki Junzo. V.28 Collected works of Saito Ryokuu, ed. by Inagaki Tatsuro. V.29 Collected works of Kitamura Tokoku, ed. by Odagiri Hideo. V.30 Collected works of Higuchi Ichiy6, ed. by Wada Yoshie.

Page  109 109 V.31 Collected works of Ueda Bin, ed. by Yano Hojin. V.32 Jogaku zasshi, Bungakkai literature, ed. by Iwamoto Yoshinari. V.33 Collected works of Miyake Setsurei, ed. by Yanagida Izumi. V.34 Collected works of Tokutomi Soho, ed. by Uete Michiari. V.35 Collected works of Yamaji Aizan, ed. by Okubo Toshiaki. V.36 Collection of Min'yusha literature, ed. by Yanagida Izumi. V.37 Collection of Seikyosha literature. V.38 Collected works of Okakura Tenshin, ed. by Kamei Katsuichiro and Miyakawa Torao. V.39 Collected works of Uchimura Kanzo, ed. by Kawakami Tetsutaro. V.40 Takayama Chogyui, Sait6 Nonohito, Anezaki Chofui, Tobari Chikuff, ed. by Senuma Shigeki. V.41 Shioi Uko, Takeshima Hagoromo, Omachi Keigetsu, Kubo Tenzui, Sasakawa Rinpu, Higuchi Ryukyo. V.42 Collected works of Tokutomi Roka, ed. by Kanzaki Kiyoshi. V.43 Works of Shimamura H6getsu, Katakami Tengen, Hasegawa Tenkei, S6ma GyofO, ed. by Kawazoe Kunimoto. V.44 Works of Ochiai Naobumi, Ueda Mannen, Haga Yaichi, Fujioka Sakutar6, ed. by Hisamatsu Sen'ichi. V.45 Collected works of Kinoshita Naoe, ed. by Yamagiwa Keishi. V.46 Works of Niijima Yuzuru, Uemura Masahisa, Kiyosawa Mitsuyuki, Tsunajima Ry6sen, ed. by Takeda Kiyoko and Yoshida Hisakazu. V.47 Collected works of Kuroiwa Ruiko, ed. by Kimura Ki. V.48 Collected works of Koizumi Yagumo, ed. by Nakano Yoshio. V.49 Works of Erwin von Baelz, Edward S. Morse, Wenceslao de Moraes, Engelbert Kaempfer, Stanley Washburn, ed. by Karaki Junzo. V.50 Works of Kaneko Chikusui, Tanaka Gyokudo, Katayama Koson, Nakazawa Rinsen, Uozumi Setsuro, ed. by Inagaki Tatsuro. V.51 Works of Yosano Tekkan, Yosano Akiko, ed. by Noda Utaro. V.52 Collected works of Ishikawa Takuboku, ed. by Odagiri Hideo. F210-F210 V.53 Collected works of Masaoka Shiki, ed. by Kubota Masabumi. V.54 Works of It6 Sachio, Nagatsuka Takashi, ed. by Honbayashi Katsuo. V.55 Collected works of Natsume Soseki, ed. by Ino Kenji. V.56 Works of Takahama Kyoshi,Kawahigashi Hekigodo, ed. by Yamamoto Kenkichi. V.57 Meiji period haiku, ed. by Yamamoto Kenkichi. V.58 Works of Doi Bansui, Susukida Kyukin, Kanbara Ariake, ed. by Yano H6jin. V.59 Works of Kawai Suimei, Yokose Yau, Irako Seihaku, Miki Rofu, ed. by Yano H6jin. V.60-61 Meiji poems, 1,2. V.62 Collection of Meiji period Chinese prose and poetry, ed. by Kanda Kiichiro. V.63 Works of Sasaki Nobutsuna, Kaneko Kun'en, Onoe Saishu, Ota Mizuho, Kubota Utsubo, Wakayama Bokusui, ed. by Yamazaki Toshio. V.64 Anthology of Meiji tanka, ed. by Yamazaki Toshio. V.65 Works of Kosugi Tengai, Oguri Fuyo, Got6 Chugai, ed. by Ito Sei. V.66 Collected works of Kunikida Doppo, ed. by Nakajima Kenzo. V.67 Collected works of Tayama Katai, ed. by Yoshida Seiichi. V.68 Collected works of Tokuda Shusei, ed. by Yoshida Seiichi. V.69 Collected works of Shimazaki Toson, ed. by Sasabuchi Tomokazu. V.70 Works of Mayama Seika, Chikamatsu Shuko, ed. by Hirano Ken. V.71 Collected works of Iwano Homei, ed. by Yoshida Seiichi. V.72 Works of Mizuno Habune, Nakamura Seiko, Mishima S6sen, Kamitsukasa Shoken, ed. by Yoshida Seiichi. V.73 Collected works of Nagai Kafu, ed. by Naruse Masakatsu. V.74 Collection of the Han-shizenha (anti-naturalist) group 1, ed. by Noda Utaro. V.75 Collection of the Han-shizenha (anti-naturalist) group 2, ed. by Naruse Masakatsu. V.76 Early Shirakabaha literature, ed. by Honda Shfigo. V.77-78 Essays on Meiji period history, 1,2, ed. by Matsushima Eiichi. V.79 Collection of Meiji aesthetic literature, ed. by Hijikata Sadakazu.

Page  110 110 F210-F218 V.80 Meiji philosophy and thought, ed. by Senuma Shigeki. V.81-82 Meiji women's literature, 1,2, ed. by Odagiri Susumu. V.83-84 Meiji socialist literature, 1,2, ed. by Odagiri Susumu. V.85 Meiji historical drama, ed. by Tozaka Koji. V.86 Contemporary Meiji drama, ed. by Akiba Taro. V.87 Collection of Meiji religious literature, 1, ed. by Yoshida Kyuiichi. V.88 Collection of Meiji religious literature, 2, ed. by Takeda Seiko. V.89 Collection of Meiji historical literature, 1, ed. by Inagaki Tatsuro. V.90 Collection of Meiji historical literature, 2, ed. by Senuma Shigeki. V.91 Collection of literature written by Meiji period journalists, by Yano Ryiikei, et al. V.92 A Who's Who of the Meiji period, ed. by Kimura Ki. V.93 Meiji family novels, ed. by Senuma Shigeki. V.94 Collection of Meiji travel literature, ed. by Fukuda Kiyoto. V.95 Collection of Meiji juvenile literature, ed. by Fukuda Kiyoto. V.96 Collection of Meiji documentary literature, ed. by Kanzaki Kiyoshi. V.97 Collection of Meiji war literature, ed. by Kimura Ki. V.98-99 Collection of Meiji literary memoirs, 1,2, ed. by Usui Yoshimi. F211 SNR: E-W m t-cit rB Nishida Taketoshi. Meiji jidai no shinbun to zasshi. Enlarged ed. Shibundo, 1966. 277p. (Nihon rekishi sensho) Traces the role of newspapers and magazines as instruments for influencing the masses, first by supporting the 'freedom and people's right movement' through political opinion and party politics, and later by promoting nationalism and imperialism. F212 NM W im'ml ~J: Okitsu Kaname. Meiji kaikaki bungaku no kenkyu. Offisha, 1968. 284p. A study of early Meiji period small newspapers as a source of information and enlightenment for the masses. Contains a chapter on the readership of this period. Illustrations. F213:'EIT mNt 5 ( L A; Shioda Ryohei. Meiji bunka ronko. Offisha, 1970. 806p. (Kindai bungaku kenkyui sosho) A collection of previously published essays on Meiji culture. In 3 sections: research, sources, and classics in modem literature. Contains a contemporary bibliographical study of Heian literary history, p.635-803. F214 'g7 -- W a tZlA - Tanizawa Eiichi. Meijiki no bungei hyoron. Yagi Shoten, 1971. 373 p. (Kindai bungaku kenkyu sosho) A collection of essays on literary criticism in the Meiji era. Includes the work of Tsubouchi Shoyo, Mori Ogai, Ishibashi Ningetsu, Masaoka Shiki, Mushakoji Saneatsu, Iwano Homei, Takamura Kotaro, Saito Mokichi. Also contains extensive bibliographical notes on the study of Shosetsu shinzui (the essence of the novel) and critical works on anti-idealism and naturalism. Continued in Taishoki no bungei hyoron (F251) F215 *,,~F: H ft:& ffl Asukai Masamichi. Nihon kindai no shuppatsu. Hanawa Shobo, 1973. 405p. Discusses society, thought, and culture in political novels of the Meiji era, with emphasis on the work of Nakae Chomin and Hirotsu Ryuro. F216:-T:f B H *R Z 'i')R. Hiraoka Toshio. Nihon kindai bungaku no shuppatsu. Kinokuniya 1973. 211p. (Kinokuniya shinsho) The first 20 years of the Meiji era as the beginnings of modem literature. F217 1fl-J<WW N A W c Odagiri Hideo. Meiji bungakushi. Ushio Shuppansha, 1973. 418p. (Ushio bunko) Survey of literature from the Meiji enlightenment to the formation of the literary movements of the Russo-Japanese war period. Chronology, 1868-1912. Index. F218 LRWPI ifER; CWjAt Ochi Haruo. Kindai bungaku no tanjo. Kodansha, 1975. 222p. (Nihon no koten 5. Kodansha shinsho) Sees modem literature emerging from the conflicting ideas of the Meiji period: Westernization vs. revival of traditional culture.

Page  111 111 F219 =-tHt- iift S 5TA Yoshida Seiichi. Kindai bungei hy6ronshi. Meijihen. Shibundo, 1975. 1043p. Traces the history of modem criticism. Arranged by topic: translations of Western literary criticism, professional critics, theory of literature, romantics, nationalism, pragmatic criticism, etc. F220 ElH * ~ ~ I i{-Z ~ AT-T, Nihon bungaku zenshi, v.5 Kindai, ed. by Miyoshi Yukio. Gakutosho, 1978. 679p. Traces the history of literature from the modernization movement of the early Meiji period to the novels, popular literature, drama, and new style poetry of the Taisho period. Extensive chapter by chapter reference bibliography appended. Index. F221 m f] a ) HS t'J Meiji no bungaku, ed. by Nihon Bungaku Kenkyuf Shiryo Kank6kai. Yfiseid6, 1981. 3 l1p. (Nihon bungaku kenkyui shiry6 sosho) A collection of essays on literature in the middle decades of the Meiji period. Reference bibliography. F222 *: l PtA], '&m Kimura Ki. Meiji bungaku tenbo. Kobunsha, 1982. 301p. Reprint of the 1928 ed. published by Kaiz6sha. A collection of 17 essays on various aspects of Meiji literature and culture. F223 Acf t WHip3 J^ Kimura Ki. Meiji bungaku o kataru. Kobunsha, 1982. 209p. Reprint of the 1934 ed. published by Rakuro Shoin. A collection of essays on various aspects of Meiji literature and culture. A continuation of the above entry. F224 B fW ~ H H*Ar4WfJI t Nihon kindai bungaku no shoshi. Meijihen, ed. by Nihon Bungaku Kenkyu Shiry6 Kank6kai. Yuiseido, 1982. 314p. (Nihon bungaku kenkyui shiryo s6sho) Lists the contents of Meiji era magazines and newspapers. Contains a chronology of gesaku fiction written in the early Meiji era, the contents of Garakuta bunko, Bunsh6 sekai, and Shishi (poetry), and a chronology of fiction which appeared in the Asahi, Mainichi, and Yomiuri newspapers. Reference bibliography. F219-F230 F225,J/Klnt ti^ a ~ i Ogawa Kazuo. Meiji bungaku to kindai jiga. Nan'und6, 1982. 375p. A study of Meiji literature as it was influenced by modem European concepts of the self. Thought F226 Him - QA, gF9 Yoshida Seiichi. Shizenshugi no kenkyui. Tokyodo, 1955-58. 2v. Attributes the rise and decline of naturalism to the works of the enlightenment period: Tayama Katai, Shimazaki Toson, Kunikida Doppo, Iwano Homei, Tokuda Shusei, and Masamune Hakucho; and critics, including Kitamura H6getsu and others. Index. F227 INI m ~A:') Nishida Masaru. Nihon kakumei bungaku no tenb6. Seishin Shobo, 1958. 277p. Survey of Japanese revolutionary literature. Includes ten essays on anti-war activism, and on Meiji period socialist and proletarian literature. F228 W;~- ~5~ ~ c ~ Sasabuchi Tomoichi. Bungakkai to sono jidai. Meiji shoin, 1959-60. 2v. Analyses the Bungakkai movement and its times, especially the early romantic movement within the coterie of the Bungakkai, with emphasis on Kitamura Tokoku and Shimazaki Toson. F229 f# Rf Q 2C *~ oC Ikari Akira. Ken'yuisha no bungaku. Hanawa Shobo, 1961. 290p. A study of the Ken'yuisha (The society of friends of the inkstone), a literary reform movement organized in 1885 under the leadership of Ozaki Koyo and Yamada Bimy6, and their organ, Garakuta bunko. Bibliographic notes and references are added where necessary. Illustrations. Index. In 1957, the author published a book, titled: K6ki Ken'yuisha bungaku no kenkyyu from Yajima Shobo. It analyzed both well-known and obscure writers of the Ken'yuisha group of the 1890's. F230 4.;b- a^HA(o-~ Sasabuchi Tomoichi. Romanshugi bungaku no tanjo6. Meiji Shoin, 1962. 899p. (2nd printing) Study of the birth of early romantic literature in the Bungakkai (The world of literature) magazine. Cen ters on the works of Tokutomi Soho, Yazaki

Page  112 112 F230-F240 Saganoya, K6da Rohan, Mori Ogai, Miyazaki Koshoshi (Yaokichi) and others. Illustrations. Index. F231 -0lM 7A COMM O- ', ' Yanagida Izumi. Meiji shoki no bungaku shiso. Shunjuisha,1965. 2v. (The author's Meiji bungaku kenkyu v.4,6) Discusses the development of literary thought, criticism, aestheticism, poetics, etc. in the early Meiji period as expressed in the work of Fukuzawa Yukichi, Nakamura Keiu, Inoue Tetsujiro, Fukuchi Ochi and others. F232 TN~]_ M ~t 7Z Wada Kingo. Shizenshugi bungaku. Shibundo, 1966. 419p. A history of naturalist literature. In three parts: -1 The founding of the naturalist movement by members of the Ryuido club. -2 An analysis of the works of Kawakami Bizan, Kunikida Doppo, Shimazaki Toson, Tayama Katai, Iwano H6mei, Tokuda Shu-sei, and Masamune Hakucho. -3 The influence of naturalism on Taisho literature; post-war studies of naturalism. Index. F233 WffPl 7A,I 1,-f t Yanagida Izumi. Seiji sh6setsu kenkyu. Revised and enlarged ed. Shunjfisha, 1967-68. 3v. (The author's Meiji bungaku kenkyui v.8-10) Political novels prospered as men of letters supported the political movement for liberty and people's rights during 1878-98, when the Jiyuito (the liberal Party) and the later Kaishinto (the Progressive Party) came into existence. Authors supporting these parties declared their political ideology through novels. But the popularity of these novels waned when the concerns of modem industrialization captured the attention of the reading public. This study gives detailed and documented introductions to writers and their works. F234 )tk4l- MH -[,Af Kataoka Yoshikazu. Nihon romanshugi bungaku kenkyut. Rev. and enlarged, Hosei Daigaku Shuppankyoku, 1967. 398p. A textbook on Japanese romantic literature of the 1890's. Examines the literary climate of the early period by treating Ozaki Koyo and Koda Rohan as leaders of the Romantic movement. Also discusses the work of Takayama Chogyui and Izumi Kyoka. F235?l* ' A &t A C Azumi Seietsu. Romanshugi bungaku. Sapporo, Kita Shobo, 1969. 344p. The place of romantic literature in the history of modem literature. A posthumous collection of essays on Kitamura Tokoku, Kunikida Doppo, Takayama Chogyu and others. F236,fAft > > 3 -t- '; I-, (I -); Kamei Shunsuke. Nationalism no bungaku. Kenkyusha, 1971. 220p. (Kenkyuisha s6sho) The spirit of the Meiji era in nationalist literature. Discusses the work of Fukuzawa Yukichi, Tokutomi Soho, Kitamura Tokoku, Shiga Shigetaka, Uchimura Kanz6, and Noguchi Yone. Index. F237 TW1 fl IMLT Hirakawa Sukehiro. Wakon yosai no keifu. Kawade Shobo Shinsha, 1972. 429p. The Japanese spirit under the influence of the West: cultural, psychological, and racial problems during the Meiji period. Reference sources drawn mainly from the work of Mori Ogai. F238 tH1Ha _M Lf- i iMN lJ; off Wada Shigejiro. Kindai bungaku soseiki no kenkyu. Offisha, 1973. 619p. Analyzes the formation of 'realism' in the creative period of modem literature, and explains the theory of realism as expressed in the works of Tsubouchi Shoyo and Futabatei Shimei. F239 ThIR1 H *; [, lg Soma Tsuneo. Nihon shizenshugi saiko. Yagi Shoten, 1981. 359p. (Kindai bungaku kenkyui sosho) Analysis of works of the Japanese naturalist school including Shimamura Hogetsu, Hasegawa Tenkei, Iwano Homei, Tayama Katai, Shimazaki Toson, Tokuda Shuisei, Masamune Hakucho, Ishikawa Takuboku, Mori Ogai, and Natsume Soseki. Index. Authors F240 ffA-T- WfPA'IfW Am Shioda Ryohei. Meiji joryu sakkaron. Nara Shobo, 1965. 405p. Contains biographies and works of 22 women writers active in the Meiji and Taisho eras. Chronology of works, 1868-1913.

Page  113 113 F241 Zf -P f- ) l Ino Kenji. Meiji no sakka. Iwanami Shoten, 1966. 674p. Discusses Natsume So-seki, Kunikida Doppo, Ishikawa Takuboku, Shimazaki Thoson, and other naturalist writers. Also surveys political and social literature of the time and literary developments from the Meiji era to the Taisho era. A bibliographical survey is appended. Index. Nakamura Shin'ichirob. Meiji sakkaron. Ki-s~sha, 1978. 226p. Study of the Meiji writers Tsubouchi Sh~yo-, Kosugi Tengai, Kanbara Ariake, Masamune Hakuch6, Mori Ogai, Natsume S~seki, and Nagai Kafli. See also Taisho sakkaron (F265) and Showa sakkaron (F303) Language F243 ANih OQ) hij V'- A014B f Kindaigo no seiritsu. Meiji goi-hen, ed. by Morioka Kenji. Meiji Shoin, 1969. 441p. Collection of essays on the creation of a modem vocabulary during the Meiji era, with examples drawn from the Japanese translation of the Bible. F244 AAWH - fflhI* tQ~l3fv) Shindo- Sakiko. Meiji jidaigo no kenkya. Meiji Shoin, 1981. 453p. Linguistic study of Meiji era vocabulary and sentence structure. Index. Poetry (Tanka, haiku, shi) F245 +7 Y;J' -::i if R!f1' L Koizumi TIoz0-. Kindai tankashi. Meiji-hen. Hakuyo-sha, 1955. 858p. Traces the development of tanka from the early modem period to the birth of modem style waka, 1893-99; idealistic tanka, 1900-1908; and realistic tanka of the Negishi Tankakai. A genealogy of tanka groups, appended. Indexes. F246 44UII- WI ONi {4l %i W Murayama Koky-. Meiji haidanshi. Kadokawa Shoten, 1978. A history of haiku poetry circles during the Meiji era. Bibliography, author-title index at the end. F241-F251 F 24 7 i fR hkfi TL AR Kindaishi no seiritsu to tenkai. Supervisory editors: Nakajima Kenz6i and Yano H1ijin. Yfiseido-, 1969. 254p. A revised and enlarged edition of "Hikaku bungaku kenky0- no. 2". Surveys the history of modem poetry by comparing translations in the Shintaishi sh6 (Selection of poetry in the new style) and these other collections of translated poems: Omokage (Vestiges), Kaish~on (Sound of the tide) and Sangoshai (Corals). Contains a reference bibliography. F 24 8 A P1 M vWlFI _f( 41~, fHitomi Enkichi. K~rgoshi no shiteki kenkyii. Offisha, 1975. 748p. Traces the origins of poetry written in the colloquial language to the movement for the unity of speech and writing anJI the publication of Fflkin shirabe no hitofushi by Yamada Bimy6 in 1888. Contains many samples of poetry and illustrations of magazine covers. Index. Performing Arts F249 1*i*{FK' HIUnt[IMA0AIP Matsumoto Shinko. Meiji zenki engekironshi. Engeki Shuppansha, 1974. 405p. Study of the first 20 years of Meiji theater. Extensively documented. Index. F250 **f*{Y~ Hq t" AWI Ai' Matsumoto Shinko. Meiji engekironshi. Engeki Shuppansha, 1980. llO2p. Continuation of the above entry, taking up the period from 1887 to 1912. Discusses the rise of the new drama, plays by Tsubouchi Sho-y6, the establishment of 'shinpa', the rise of new theatre groups, etc. Index. TAISHO ERA, 1912-26 General F251 Nk*- AAl~ Tanizawa Eiichi. Taishi~ki no bungei hy6ron. Hanawa Shobo-, 1962. 1338p. (Hanawa sensho) Study of representative criticism from the Taisho era, including Katayama Shin and Stima Gyoffl on naturalism; and Ikuta Nagae, Akagi Kiihei, Hirotsu Kazuo, and Sato- Haruo on general literary trends. Contains bibliographical notes on source materials.

Page  114 114 F252-F262 F252 WF3 X E _ _ ~ Usui Yoshimi. Taisho bungakushi. Chikuma Shobo, 1963. 275p. (Chikuma s6sho) A monograph edition excerpted from "Gendai Nihon bungaku zenshui", suppl. 1. A literary history of the Taisho period. Divided into 2 periods: 1910-18: the naturalist movement and the Shirakaba (White birch) group; 1919-27: the development of psychological and popular novels, and the proletarian movement. Chronology, 1910-22. Illustrations. Index. F253 J/t~;kEj5;1 711 A 4 Zadankai Taisho bungakushi, ed. by Yanagida Izumi and Katsumoto Seiichir6. Iwanami Shoten, 1965. 757p. A round table discussion on Taisho literature. Continuation of the "Zadankai Meiji bungakushi" (F208). Discusses thought and literature in various literary genres of the period, including the works of Arishima Takeo, Mushak6ji Saneatsu, Nagai Kaffi, Tanizaki Jun'ichiro, Kikuchi Kan, Akutagawa Ryuinosuke, etc. F254 )iE~~?: Ct —WJe 5lAE*, Taisho bungaku no hikaku bungakuteki kenkyu, ed. by Naruse Masakatsu. Meiji Shoiin, 1968. 364p. Consists of 12 essays on comparative studies in Taisho literature and Western literature, e.g. Dostoevski and Natsume Soseki and Morita Sohei; Akutagawa Ryuinosuke and Anatole France, Sato Haruo and Oscar Wilde, etc. A festschrift in honor of Takada Mizuho. Contains 28 essays on Taisho literature contributed by his colleagues and friends. F258 -k iE Ce,! Wt ~ f(1^ yt 1? Taisho no bungaku, ed. by Nihon Bungaku Kenkyul Shiry6 Kankokai. Yuiseido, 1981. 31 lp. (Nihon bungaku kenkyu shiryo sosho) A collection of critical essays on the leading writers of Taisho literature. Reference bibliography. F259 ~k I N B;A ' ~5 Onishi Mitsugi. Kindai Nihon bungaku no bunsuirei. Meiji Shoin, 1982. 324p. (Kokubungaku kenkyu sosho) Collection of essays discussing the artistic distinctions between Meiji and Taisho literature. The writers of the essays include Hirotsu Kazuo, Kikuchi Kan, Kume Masao, etc. Thought F260 rA. I & ft - { m Takada Mizuho. Kindai tanbiha. Hanawa Shobo, 1967. 218p. (Hanawa sensho) A collection of essays on the advocates of the aesthetic movement (Tanbiha). Discusses the philosophy expressed in the works of Mori Ogai, Ueda Bin, Nagai Kafu, Tanizaki Jun'ichiro, etc. F261 A h11 T b f Moriyama Shigeo. Jikko to geijutsu. Hanawa Shob6, 1969. 496p. Anarchism and its literary expression. Analyzed on the basis of 'action and art' as exemplified in the works of Kitamura Tokoku, Osugi Sakae, Arishima Takeo and other writers. F262 A1j$ Vw$m. Moriyama Shigeo. Josetsu Tenkanki no bungaku. San'ichi Shobo, 1974. 316p. Continuation of the above entry. This introduction to 'literature of the transitional period' consists of 2 parts: -1 Contains articles on the' time of the magazine, Tane maku hito (The sower); the second phase of proletarian literature; changes in the proletarian literary movement; establishment of the NAPF (Japanese Proletarian Artists' Federation) and its literary theory; the controversy over 'art for the masses'; disputes over formalism in literature; and art and the masses. F255 C:- 1910 Vf- Jll|1,lJA f, Bungaku 1910 nendai, ed. by Kawazoe Kunimoto. Meiji Shoin, 1979. 373p. Collection of 27 essays on various aspects of literature written between 1910 and 1920, including the rise and fall of the naturalism movement, the beginnings of children's literature, etc. F256 ~~ — ~_f-w f, Yoshida Seiichi. Kindai bungei hyoronshi. Taishohen. Shibundo, 1980. 794p. Companion volume to "Kindai bungei hyoronshi. Meiji hen". (F219) A collection of critical essays on Taisho literature. F257 ) E R: AN HrE if Taisho bungaku ron, ed. by Takada Mizuho. Yuiseido, 1981. 426p.

Page  115 115 -2 Contains articles on contributors to the magazines: Kokuen (Black smoke), Tane maku hito (The sower). F263 #k [ll i r-y — "- ' Akiyama Kiyoshi. Anakizumu bungakushi. Chikuma Shob6, 1975. F262-F273 SHOWA ERA, 1926 -General F269 H tH A: I 5 L TEA -t Showa bungakushi, ed. by Ara Masato, et al. Kadokawa Shoten, 1956. 2v. (Kadokawa bunko) History of anarchist literature between 1912-35. Describes various anarchist magazines. Chronology, 1912-1936. A concise introduction to Showa literary history. V. 1 The rise and decline of proletarianism and modernism, the period of 'tenko' (conversion), and wartime literature. V.2 A survey of postwar literature and poetry. Chronology, 1926-54. Illustrations. Index. Authors F264 WkWEP tiZaEPKt Iwaya Daishi. Monogatari Taisho bundanshi. Bungei Shunjuisha, 1976. 275p. A narrative history of the Taisho literary world. F265 P4,ttA- ~ I E W V AA Nakamura Shin'ichir6. Taisho sakkaron. Kososha, 1977. 310p. Collection of previously published essays on Tanizaki Jun'ichiro, Nagayo Yoshir6, Toyoshima Yoshio, Akutagawa Ryuinosuke, Sato Haruo, and the poets Kitahara Hakushui and Hagiwara Sakutaro. Poetry (tanka, haiku, shi) F266 *f f{ i i E l Ok P Kimata Osamu. Taisho tankashi. Meiji Shoin, 1971. 1099p. A history of Taisho era tanka, which reflected the political changes of the times. A chronological table, 1912-26. Index. F267 ttLltSt5 X E fIV XE tt Murayama Koky6. Taisho haidanshi. Kadokawa Shoten, 1980. 302p. A history of haiku during the Taisho era, giving a record of haiku poets and their reactions to events of the period, including the great earthquake of 1923. Bibliography, author/title index. F268 - Xz HQ0# Yamoto Tadayoshi. Nihon kindaishi no seishun. Kobian Shobo, 1981. 353p. An analysis of the work of Kinoshita Mokutaro, Kitahara Hakushu, Tamura Kotar6. amd Hagiwara Sakutaro. F270 rA 111X [IBg, ^ S Takami Jun. Showa bungaku seisuishi. Bungei Shunjusha, 1958. 2v. A personal account of the rise and decline of literature in the prewar Showa era. Documented with excerpts from many sources. F271 HR fn Zt -.. 5 E - - W Showa bungakushi, by Yoshida Seiichi, et al. Shibundo, 1959. 381p. Consists of chapters on the proletarian movement, 1924-34; modernist literature; traditional literature; age of renaissance and 'tenko' wartime literature; and postwar literature, 1945-57. Appended are a chronology, 1926-57, and the table of contents for each issue of the following magazines: Bungei sensen (Literary front), Bunsen (Literary war), Bungei jidai (Literary age), and Senki (Battle flag). Author index. F272 T" m A ~ f[t R '5 Hirano Ken. Showa bungakushi. Chikuma Shobo, 1963. 332p. (Chikuma sosho) Introduction to Showa literature, 1925-55. Deals with the suicide of Akutagawa Ryuinosuke, the rise and fall of marxist literature, wartime and postwar literature. Chronology. Illustrations. Index. F273,Ji E'tJ I n~t Aov Odagiri Susumu. Showa bungaku no seiritsu. Keiso Shobo, 1965. 326p. Topical introduction to Showa literature from the publication of Tane maku hito (The sower) to the development of modernism. Appended are a chronology, 1921-45, and a list of major literary magazines. Illustrations include cover designs of books and magazines.

Page  116 116 F274-F283 F274 0t[lC-+-V[5 fJfiEi W Showa bungaku 14-ko, ed. by Naruse Masakatsu. Yubun Shoin, 1966. 712p. Introduction to Showa literature in 14 lectures. 1. Survey of Showa literature, by Naruse Masakatsu. 2. Proletarian literature, by Asukai Masamichi. 3. Literature of the Artists group (Geijutsuha), by Harao Shfiji. 4. Literature by established writers, by Muramatsu Sadanori. 5. Literary renaissance, by Isogai Hideo. 6. Wartime literature, by Shindo Sumitaka. 7. Postwar literature, by Hayakawa Tozo. 8. Literary criticism, -1 The heart of Showa literary criticism, by Isoda Koichi. -2 Origins of modem literary criticism, by Hinuma Rintaro. 9. Showa period children's literature, by Furuta Ashibi. 10. Showa poetry, by Ema Akiko. 11. Tanka and haiku, by Saito Kiyoe. 12. Performing arts, by Iwabuchi Tatsuji. 13. Comparison with European and American literature, by Kobayashi Tadashi and Kodama Koichi. 14. Showa literary trends by Hasegawa Izumi. Chronology, 1926-65. Author index at the end. F275 Jki4-'- TH lt '~-oiE - Ooka Shohei. Showa bungaku e no shogen. Bungei Shunjfi, 1969. 284p. Essays on Kobayashi Hideo and other writers of the Meiji/Taisho period. List of sources appended. F276 J,, 61, DV A R X * -_ A Ogasawara Masaru. Showa bungakushi ron. Yagi Shoten, 1970. 320p. (Kindai bungaku kenkyui sosho) Studies in the history of Showa literature, specifically the work of Kobayashi Hideo, Nakano Shigeharu, etc. F277 *1JII[ iA-~ en' L- / Hashikawa Bunzo. Seiji to bungaku no henkyo. Tojusha, 1971. 332p. Contains essays on propaganda and literature in the works of Shimaki Kensaku, Dazai Osamu, Ito Sei, Mishima Yukio, Takami Jun, and others. F278 J ~f H j & '# t)fi Okubo Tsuneo. Showa bungakushi no koso to bunseki. Kobundo, 19711. 531p. Analysis of the structure of Showa literature. Consists of discussions of the revolutionary movement during the Showa era, romanticism in relation to the War, literary issues of the postwar period, and literary criticism on Dazai Osamu, Mishima Yukio, Abe Kobo, etc. F279,:z A - HM.[ 10o10 M Hirano Ken. Bungaku: Showa 10-nen zengo. Bungei Shunjusha, 1972. 277p. The literature of the 1930's. A collection of essays serialized in Bungakkai (the World of literature) in 1960-63. F280 *)[II)5~[ HW+11 Kubokawa Tsurujiro. Showa 10-nendai bungaku no tachiba. Kawade Shobo Shinsha, 1973. 377p. Collection of essays written by the critic. Selected by Odagiri Hideo. F281 MfUV* l 0BQn- Tr Okubo Tsuneo. Showa bungaku no shukumei. Rojusha, 1975. 305p. Describes the development of Showa literature as influenced by the suicides of Akutagawa Ryuinosuke and Dazai Osamu; by the return to romanticism of Hagiwara Sakutaro and Yasuda Yojuro0; by the buraiha (decadents) literature of Hayashi Fumiko, Hirabayashi Taiko and Nozaka Sh6jo; and by wartime and postwar period tenko (conversion) literature. F282 H9 Htfl j1 f H? t/ nF Aeba Takao. Showa bungaku shiron. Ozawa Shoten, 1976. 275p. Discusses the expression of self consciousness in writers of the early Showa period: Kobayashi Hideo, Nakajima Atsushi, Kajii Motojiro, Makino Shinkichi, H6jo Tamio, Kanbayashi Akatsuki, Kitahara Takeo, Ito Sei, Sakaguchi Ango, Dazai Osamu, and Mishima Yukio. F283 hMfl t ~~ C- lR to). Senuma Shigeki. Kanpon Showa no bungaku. Tojusha, 1976. 679p. Complete collection of previously published works on Showa literature. In 3 parts: -1 A revised and enlarged edition of the title: 'Showa no bungaku' 1954.

Page  117 117 -2 A collection of essays on Showa literature. -3 A review of 13 writers: Shimazaki Toson, Masamune Hakuch6, Nogami Yaeko, Tanizaki Jun'ichiro, Arishima Takeo, Aono Suekichi, Yokomitsu Riichi, Hayashi Fusao, Takeda Rintaro, Serizawa K6jir6, Tanikawa Tetsuz6, It6 Sei, and Ishikawa Y6jiro. Includes bibliographical notes and comments. Illustrations. Index. F284 f i Ho t RC VtIA Hirano Ken. Showa bungaku shiron. Mainichi Shinbunsha, 1977. 493p. A collection of articles serialized in the Mainichi Evening News from 1969 to 1975 documenting wartime literature and thought. Discusses the efforts writers made to prevent their work from being suppressed. F285 {Nt~-i- It m ' ' iA Saeki Shoichi. Monogatari geijutsu ron. K6dansha, 1979. 253p. A study of the self as expressed in novels by Tanizaki Jun'ichiro, Akutagawa Ryfinosuke, and Mishima Yukio. F286 0gD*Vgf mgI H"fn lfWA: * Showa bungaku no shomondai, ed. by Showa Bungaku Kenkyufkai. Kasama Shoin, 1979. 255p. (Showa bungaku kenkyf s6sho) Issues in Showa literature. F283-F292 -12 Abe Kobo and Mishima Yukio, by Kubota Yoshitaro. F287 r f5C: Hfl 3f9f ' 0,f Showa no bungaku, ed. by Nihon Bungaku Kenkyfi Shiry6 Kank6kai. Yuseido, 1981. 318p. (Nihon bungaku kenkyuf shiry6 s6sho) A collection of previously published essays on Showa literature, including the wartime and postwar periods. Reference bibliography. multiple sets F288 * rt t E Shin'ei bungaku s6sho. Kasama Shob6, 1960-61. 12v. Collected works of 12 contemporary writers: Agawa Hiroyuki, Kojima Nobuo, Yasuoka Sh6taro, Yoshiwara Junnosuke, End6 Shfisaku, Kikumura Itaru, Kaik6 Ken, and Oe Kensaburo. Each volume includes a biographical note and critical comments. F289; QR t~ Shinch6 gendai bungaku. Shinchosha, 1977-80. 78v. Collection of contemporary popular novels. F290 HO fn fi m z * #t: MJ - Showa hihyo taikei, ed. by Muramatsu Takeshi, et al. Banch6 Shob6, 1978. 5v. -1 Akutagawa Ryfinosuke, by Kikuchi Hiroshi. -2 The new sensationalist school, by Yakushiji Noriaki. -3 Notes on proletarian literature, by Shimada Akio. -4 Freud and his influence on literature, by Sono Hiroyoshi. -5 The meaning of the self to Kobayashi Hideo, by Morota Kazuharu. -6 On Hirotsu Kazuo, by Kori Tsuguo. -7 One phase of tenk6 (conversion) literature: The background of Saiken (Reconstruction) magazine, ed. by Shimaki Kensaku, discussed by Takahashi Haruo. -8 The Japanese romantic movement, by Okubo Tsuneo. -9 Buraiha (decadent) literature, by Tsukakoshi Kazuo. -10 Postwar writers, by Matsumoto Tetsu. -11 The new generation, by Okochi Shoji. Compendium of literary criticism from the Showa era. Each volume consists of reprints of critical essays and documents with explanatory notes. Illustrations and a chronology. F291 P1" [WSMIK[ C*t Zoho Showa Kokumin bungaku zenshti. Chikuma Shob6, 1978-79. 35v. Enlarged collection of popular literature from the Showa era. Each volume contains representative works by one or more writers of popular fiction with short biographical and explanatory notes. Thought tenk6 (conversion) F292 1 I - PM JlA, mT,, E,, f~ Kyod6 kenkyu tenk6, ed. by Shis6 no Kagaku Kenkyfikai. Heibonsha, 1959-62. 3v.

Page  118 118 F292-F303 A collection of essays on tenk6, or the 'conversion' of intellectuals and critics, from the prewar period through the postwar period. F293 4;Z 3 ~ [Ri A C J ' Af Honda Shuigo. Tenko bungaku ron. Enlarged ed. Miraisha, 1964. 291p. A pioneer work on tenko literature, consisting of chapters on Kobayashi Hideo, Kurahara Koreto, Miyamoto Yuriko, and chapters on the meaning and value of tenko literature. F294 ~A T- +4 A iaAA Okubo Tsuneo. Tenk6 to romanshugi. Shinbisha, 1967. 25 Ip. Collection of critical essays on the tenko movement and romanticism in the context of Showa literature. Appendix: Buraiha bungaku jiten, a dictionary, ed. by the same study group, p.223-239, with a reference bibliography for each topic. Authors F298 WXO: tHTZN'fMW5 Isogai Hideo. Showa bungaku sakka kenkyu. Kyoto, Yanagiwara Shoten, 1055. 300p. Issues in literary history from the Taisho to the prewar Showa era. Discusses the works of 10 writers: Makino Shin'ichi, Ibuse Masuji, Yokomitsu Riichi, Kobayashi Hideo, Nakano Shigeharu, Kawabata Yasunari, Takeda Rintaro, Takami Jun, Ishikawa Jun, and Ito Sei. A study of Mori Ogai is appended. Index. F295 1 i AJ 1;&M gI Goto Hiroyuki. Tenko to dento shiso. Shis6 no Kagakusha, 1977. 351 lp. Examines Shinran's religious thought and Saikaku's rhetoric as these appear in the works of Showa tenko writers and literary critics: Aono Suekichi, Kamei Katsuichiro, Miki Kiyoshi, Takeda Rintaro, and Dazai Osamu. Index. buraiha (The decadents) F296 tfit AfTf: 7ZI Burai bungaku kenkyu, ed. by Moriyasu Masafumi. Miyai Shoten, 1972. 431p. (Sosho Kindai bungaku kenkyiu) Collection of essays. Discusses the meaning and history of burai (decadent) thought as it appears in Japanese literature from antiquity to the present. Studies of individual writers include Tanizaki Jun'ichiro, Sakaguchi Ango, Nagai Kaffi, Ishikawa Jun, Narushima Ryuihoku, Tsuji Jun, Origuchi Shinobu, Ishihara Jun, and Iwano Homei. Bibliography, p. 403-424. F297,TMg)7~,,,^F, Buraiha no bungaku, ed. by Buraiha Bungaku Kenkyuikai. Kyoiku Shuppan Senta, 1974. 341p. (Ibun sensho) Collection of essays on buraiha literature. Contains a general introduction, followed by studies of individual writers and their works, Dazai Osamu, Sakaguchi Ango, Oda Sakunosuke, Tanaka Hidemitsu, Ishikawa Jun, Ito Sei, Takami Jun, Isonokami Gen'ichiro, Dan Kazuo, Matsuo Kazumitsu, etc. F299 H fl~f T {f V t Hinuma Rintaro. Gendai sakka ron. Nanbokusha, 1966. 273p. Studies of 11 writers including Takami Jun, Tamiya Torahiko, Kojima Nobuo, Shiba Shiro, Kita Morio and Dazai Osamu, etc. F300 fj k-j -,M f fl V A Sasaki Kiichi. Gendai sakka ron. Miraisha, 1966. 250p. Examines the significance of Showa literature through the works of Abe Tomoji, Kajii Motojiro, Nakano Shigeharu, Hori Tatsuo, Ishikawa Jun, Sakaguchi Ango, Ito Sei, Sata Ineko, and Kubo Sakae. F301 A1WC HN W ft * 4-9 Shimada Akio. Showa sakka ron: itan burai no keifu. Shinbisha, 1977. 229p. Genealogy of the libertines. The burai school of thought among Showa writers: Dazai Osamu, Tanaka Hidemitsu, Sakaguchi Ango, Isonokami Gen'ichiro. F302 KW.i~ k SIM nnTZi Iwaya Daishi. Kawaraban Showa bundanshi. Jiji Tsuishinsha, 1978. 346p. Description of sensational events in the prewar and wartime literary world, including the suicide of Akutagawa Ryuinosuke, the murder of Kobayashi Takiji, etc. F303 FPff-AR MB ft @ t Nakamura Shin'ichiro. Showa sakka ron. Kososha, 1979. 326p.

Page  119 119 F303-F313 Studies of the prewar and wartime works of Muroo Saisei, Origuchi Shinobu, Yokomitsu Riichi, Kawabata Yasunari, Kajii Motojiro, Miyoshi Tatsuji, Hori Tatsuo, Funabashi Seiichi, Kanzaki Kiyoshi, Maruoka Akira, Sata Ineko, Takami Jun, Tachihara Michizo, and Kat6 Michio. F304 +l4{f*E/ H jl * Xl~QLAU Komatsu Shinroku. Bi o mishi hito wa: Jisatsu sakka no keifu. Kodansha, 1981. 330p. A study of 18 men of letters who committed suicide: Akutagawa Ryunosuke, Ikuta Shungetsu, Makino Shin'ichi, Eguchi Kichi, Hasuda Zenmei, Dazai Osamu, Tanaka Hidemitsu, Hara Tamiki, Kusaka Y6ko, Kato Michio, Hattori Tatsu, Kubo Sakae, Hino Ashihei, Mishima Yukio, Kawabata Yasunari, Kobayashi Miyoko, Murakami Ichiro, and Arima Yoriyoshi. Novels F305 Ht ibMt M4I ft t w Nihon gendai sh6setsu no sekai, ed. by Sanekata Kiyoshi. Shimizu K6bundo, 1969. 386p. Covers the period from the start of the SinoJapanese War to the postwar period. The world of fiction is seen through the representative works of 10 writers: Kawabata Yasunari, Nakajima Ton, Dazai Osamu, Hori Tatsuo, Niwa Fumio, Ooka Shohei, Hotta Zen'ei, Shiina Rinzo, Shimao Toshio, and End6 Shufsaku. Poetry tanka F306 Pf-,- f 1M k. Nakano Kaichi. Shin tanka no rekishi. Akimorisha, 1967. 393p. Traces the development of the new tanka movement from the early Showa era to the postwar period through the works of Maeda Yuigure, Toki Zenmaro, Watanabe Junzo, Yashiro Toson, etc. and contributors to the tanka magazine, Kokufu. Chronology, 1926-65. Illustrations, Index. F307 *; f{ {t fi Ll 4 k Kimata Osamu. Showa tankashi. Kodansha, 1978. 4v. (K6dansha gakujutsu bunko) A critical study of tanka groups and their magazines from the first year of the Showa period to 1953. Chronology, 1926-53. Author and subject indexes. F308 W fT 7)Y V t Showa Man'yosha. Kodansha, 1980. 21v. The Man'yoshf of the Showa period. A collection of poems recording the political and economic development of the 50 years since 1926, with copious notes. Contains a biographical directory of the poets, an annotated bibliography of wartime collections of poetry, and a chronology of poems composed during 1976-80. Author index. haiku F309 4' Itf1MTJb L{ ) g Matsui Toshihiko. Kindai haiku kenkyu nenpy6: Showa hen. Offusha, 1968. 678p. An outline of modem haiku, consisting of a chronology of modem haiku studies, 1926-50. Indexes of titles, poetics, authors, subjects, and first words. F310 t#4#II HS{QJhO Matsui Toshihiko. Showa haiku no kenkyu. Offisha, 1970. 350p. A collection of 21 essays first published in the haiku magazines Hototogisu and Kyoshi. Discusses the haiku movement in the Showa era. Contains a chronology, 1912-50. Illustrations. Index. shi F311 tm[~~]: 13 $ ~ ~J-W Showa shiron no kenkyu, ed. by Nihon Kindai Shiron Kenkyukai. Nihon Gakujutsu Shinkokai, 1974. 800p. Continuation of "Nihon kindai shiron no kenkyii" (F148). compiled in 4 parts: -1 Reproductions of poetics on modernism, realism, lyricism, proletarian and anarchist poetry, popular songs, folk songs, children's songs, etc. -2 Studies of poets. -3 Chronology of poetics, 1926-45. -4 Chronology of modem anthologies, 1923-45. F312:R f t, ' 'n MYf 4m { - Gendaishi monogatari, ed. by Bundo Junsaku and Yoshida Hiroo. Yfihikaku, 1978. 298p. History of modem lyric poetry. F313 Wd A B fn J 5 ~, Ooka Makoto. Showa shishi. Shichosha, 1980. 277p.

Page  120 120 F313-F322 Surveys the history of Showa poetry from 1921 to 1945, covering dadaism, anarchism, proletarianism, esprit nuveaux, lyricism, and the wartime poetry of patriotism and resistance. Poets discussed include Miyazawa Kenji, Nishiwaki Junzabur6, Miyoshi Tatsuji, Maruyama Kaoru, Tanaka Fuyuji, Tachihara Michiz6, Tanaka Katsumi, Kurahara Shinjir6, Hishiyama Shiizo. Wartime Literature F314 I*E I 6 t H *tt5 Iwaya Daishi. Hij6ji Nihon bundanshi. Chuo6 Koronsha, 1958. 216p. History of literary groups during the War. Under the wartime emergency act literary groups were organized as a unit with writers conscripted as reporters. A brief chronology, 1926-57. F315 nW'q, Showa senso bungaku zenshf, ed. by the Editorial committee. Shfieisha, 1964-65. 16v. A complete collection of Showa war literature, 1928-45. Each volume contains an explanatory essay, a short chronology and a glossary. F317 ~U;r~rg ~ R e -, Tsuruoka Yoshihisa. Taiheiy6 senso-ka no shi to shiso. Shorinsha, 1971. 375p. Collection of essays on nationalistic poetry and the thinking behind it. A chronology of wartime poems, 1934-45. F318 9q+w*.t m W MN Senso bungaku zensha, ed. by Hirano Ken, et al. Mainichi Shinbunsha, 1972. 7v. A complete collection of war literature. V. 1 Meiji, Taisho. V.2 Showa prewar and wartime literature. V.3-6 Showa postwar literature, 1,2,3,4. V.7 (Suppl.) Consists of war literature of many literary genres, including war songs and political cartoons. F319,El A T -) W - —, Takasaki Ryfiji. Senji-ka no zasshi, sono hikari to kage. Fubaisha, 1976. 260p. Survey of war coverage in 200 major periodicals. Includes reproductions of cover designs. F320 wAMN A*4JiQri-Q-9 Tsuzuki Hisayoshi. Senji taisei-ka no bungakusha. Kasama Shoin, 1976. 258p. (Kasama sensho) Collection of previously published essays on the wartime activities of literary men: Ishikawa Tatsuzo, Dazai Osamu, Hino Ashihei, Kobayashi Hideo, Kubokawa Tsurujir6, Yasuda Yojuro, Kamei Katsuichiro, and Ozaki Shiro. F321 0ZP A i fif Takasaki Ryfiji. Senso bungaku tsushin. Ffibaisha, 1977. 352p. Consists of critical essays, reminiscences and memoirs by writers from 1937-45. Contains a catalog of the author's collection of wartime literature chronologically arranged by date of publication. F322 ~mW % ^;f1A Yasuda Takeshi. Teihon Sens6 bungaku ron. Daisan Bunmeisha, 1977. 349p. A collection of previously published critical essays on war literature, with emphasis on Yamamoto Yuizo, Kishida Kokushi, Hino Ashihei, Ozaki Shiro, Takeda Taijun, Ueda Hiroshi, Hirotsu Kazuo, etc. V.1 V.2 V.3 V.4 V.5 V.6 V.7 The Manchurian Incident. The Chinese offensive. Deadlock in China. Declaration of the Pacific War on Dec. 8, 1941. Deployment of the fleet. Battles in the South Seas. Army life. V.8 The naval offensive. V.9 An army without weapons. V. 10 War diaries of young officers. V. 11 Adolescents in despair during the War. V. 12 A country in despair. V. 13 The atomic bomb. V. 14 Citizen's diaries. V. 15 Voices of the dead. V. 16 (Supplement) Secret documents. F316 4*fAfi L W'W f t Honda Shfigo. Senji sengo no senkosha tachi. Enlarged ed. Keis6 Shobo, 1971. 480p. Wartime and postwar literary leaders. Contains critical studies of Miyamoto Yuriko, Nakano Shigeharu, Takami Jun, Kubo Sakae, and others.

Page  121 121 F323:g - J -LLA~a Takasaki Ryfiji. Senjika bungaku no shuhen. Fubaisha, 981. 208p. A collection of essays on the literature written by war correspondents during the second World War. Postwar Period F324 *1kiL td-W d Honda Shfigo. Monogatari sengo bungakushi. Shinch6sha, 1960-65. 3v. in 5 books. This narrative history of postwar literature was first serialized in Shukan dokushojin. V.1 was published in 2 separate formats. V.2 was published in 2 separate formats under the title "Zoku monogatari sengo bungakushi." V.3 concludes the history, chronology and indexes. Illustrations include portraits. F325 41#A-M RIU5 W)NE, Nakamura Shin'ichir6. Sengo bungaku no kaiso. Chikuma Shob6, 1963. 256p. (Chikuma s6sho) Recollections of postwar literature. Explains the author's literary background and his postwar experiences with the literary periodical Kindai bungaku and others. Contains biographical explanations of literary coterie magazines and a chronology, 1935-59, edited by Kokubo Minoru. Illustrations include group photographs and cover designs of magazines. F326 Cb Z $ X: @ t Warera no bungaku, ed. by Oe Kenzabur6 and Et6 Jun. K6dansha, 1964-67. 22v. Our literature: a collection of works by young writers of the 1960's. F327 'W OAT_ L A, Sengo bungaku, tenbo to kadai, ed. by Kokubo Minoru. Kyoto, Shinkosha, 1968. 478p. Collection of critical essays on issues of postwar literature, 1945-55. A bibliography of major works, source materials, and a chronology, appended. Portraits. F328 WmA - " it JT - Isoda K6ichi. Sengo hihyoka ron. Kawade Shobo Shinsha, 1969. 276p. Studies in postwar literary criticism by Fukuda Tsuneari, Hirano Ken, Hanada Kiyoteru, Haniya Odaka, Nakamura Mitsuo, It6 Sei, Yoshimoto F323-F332 Takaaki, and Et6 Jun. Contains a history of postwar criticism. F329 {Pt'*- - " -f^ Sasaki Kiichi. Sengo bungaku no uchi to soto. Miraisha, 1970. 283p. Collection of previously published essays on postwar literature, proletarian literature, comments about writers, etc. F330 *4ki tC Mu Honda Shugo. Sengo bungakushi ron. Shinchosha, 1971. 234p. A study of intellectual disputes concerning the history of postwar literature. F331 " f-A: 3 Mfg/A5 / H Sengo bungaku rons6, ed. by Okubo Tsuneo, et al. Banch6 Shobo, 1972. 2v. Disputes over postwar literature. Consists of excerpts of review articles in periodicals grouped under inclusive topics. Each topic is summarized by a specialist. Reference bibliography in each volume. Index. V.1 -Disputes over subjectivity in literature. -Men of letters and the War. -Politics and literature in the postwar period. -The art of short poems. -Seikinha (Romantic group). -Modernism. -Intelligentsia. -Genre novels. -Lady Chatterley's lover, by D.H. Lawrence. V.2 -Disputes over The stranger by Albert Camus. -Shinkut chitai (Zone of emptiness) by Noma Hiroshi. -Kokumin bungaku (People's literature). -Contemporary kana usage. -Marxist literature. -Taiy6 no kisetsu (Season of the Sun) by Ishihara Shintaro. -History of the Showa era. -Fuefukigawa (The River Fuefuki) by Fukuzawa Shichiro. -Aoki okami (Blue Wolf) by Inoue Yasushi. -Purity of literature. -Postwar literature. F332 m { co Gendai no bungaku. Kodansha, 1972-78. 40v.

Page  122 122 F332-F343 Contemporary literature, a collection of works by postwar writers, starting with Shinku chitai (Zone of emptiness). V.38 and V.39 consist of masterpieces of postwar literature. Supplement volume contains a.history of postwar literature and a chronology, 1945-76. F333 ~Al J ' A~ Terada Toru. Sengo no bungaku. Kawade Shobo Shinsha, 1973. 330p. Collection of reviews of postwar novels by Noma Hiroshi, Ooka Shohei, Shiina Rinzo, Takeda Taijun, Mishima Yukio, Takahashi Kazumi, and others. F334 *: }Jm Takei Teruo hihyoshu. Miraisha, 1975. 6v. Collection of essays by the Marxist writer, Takei Teruo on literary criticism, drama, etc. F335 ~} — ~6g> * Tanizawa Eiichi. Hyoshiki no aru meiro. Kansai Daigaku Shuppan Kohobu, 1975. 460p. Discusses literary thought from the Taisho to the postwar period. A list of special issues of periodicals published in the 20 years since the War, and a bibliography of postwar intellectual history, appended. F336 {t tf IQ<-^+$ Sato Shizuo. Sengo bungaku no 30-nen. Kowado, 1976. 422p. The Marxist view of 30 years of postwar literature, 1945-75. A collection of serialized articles which first appeared in the Akahata (Red flag) newspaper. F337 Ad Fi 7~C, A DgVi- 4 Sengo Nihon bungakushi, nenpyo. Revised and enlarged ed. Ed. by Matsubara Shin'ichi, et al. Kodansha, 1978. 568p. A history of postwar Japanese literature, - from the surrender through the 1950's, by Matsubara Shin'ichi; - from the Peace Treaty through the 1960's, by Isoda Koichi with a supplementary section giving an outline history for the 1960-70's; - from 1961-78, by Akiyama Shun. Chronology, 1945-78, appended. Indexes for personal names, newspaper and periodical titles, and subjects. F338 Mft@ * ~ f'i' Ao'k 4; M/ Sengo no bungaku: Gendai bungakushi, ed. by Furubayashi Takashi and Sato Masaru. Yuhikaku, 1978. 292p. (Yuhikaku sensho) Describes changes in literary thought from the end of the War to the mid-1960's. Bibliographies for some 60 writers and critics, appended. Author index. F339 qPAO A, ~E"~9Wa_ Nakajima Kenzo. Kaiso no sengo bungaku. Heibonsha, 1979. 459p. Recollections of postwar literature, from the surrender to the 'Anpo' (U.S.-Japan Security Treaty) of 1960. Contains an article on the author by Watanabe Kazutami and a bio-bibliography, 1903-79. Chronology, 1920-60. Index. F340 iT iW i A a ^ I Eto Jun. Ochiba no hakiyose. Bungei Shunjusha, 1981. 341p. 'Sweeping fallen leaves': a collection of 10 case studies of material censored during the Occupation period and their effects on postwar Japanese literature. F341 fZT&lR Hg 4 n3 Kono Toshiro. Showa bungaku no suimyaku. Kodansha, 1983. 459p. Evaluates postwar literary coterie magazines, giving editors and group names as well as biographical data. F342 a El-~ f 4 /H:JJ, Shinoda Hajime. Nihon no gendai shosetsu. Shuieisha, 1960. 548p. Continuation of "Nihon no kindai shosetsu" (F130). A collection of essays on postwar and contemporary novels, serialized in the magazine Subaru between 1975-79. F343 A a~ a, X ~ E A By k Sengoshi taikei, ed. by Shimaoka Shin, et al. San'ichi Shobo, 1970-71. 4v. Collection of anthologies of 200 postwar poets, arranged in Japanese syllabic order. V.4 contains an outline history of postwar poetry by Ono Jun'ichi, a survey of schools of poets by Shimaoka Akira, and a chronology of anthologies, criticism and events, 1945-69, ed. by Ogawa Kazusuke.

Page  123 123 F344 gFW ] * t- a A Yoshimoto Takaaki. Sengoshi shiron. Daiwa Shobo, 1978. 275p. Discusses poetry as an expression of the thought, experience and rhetoric of postwar literature. Index. F344-F345 F345 " ' E_'P Fi 7~ Sf M A Sengo bungaku kyoiku kenkyushi, ed. by Nihon Bungaku Kyoiku Renmei. Miraisha, 1962. 2v. Discusses research and methodology in the literary education of children after the war.. Appended are a chronology of the movement for the literary education of children, 1945-62, and a bibliography on the subject, 1959-62.


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Page  124 INDEX A Abe Akio, C2,C99 Abe Jiro, E3 Abe Masamichi, A76 Abe Toshiko, C83 Adachi Yoshiko, E91 Aeba Takao, F282 Ago Toranoshin, D74 Akagi Shizuko, C150 Akiba Taro, F174 Akinari bungaku no shiso, E83 Akiyama Ken, C28,C29,CIOI Akiyama Kiyoshi, F263 Akiyama Shun, F65 Akiyama Terukazu, C155 Anakizumnu bungakushi, F263 Anbe Motoo, D83 Ando Naotaro, DIOO Ando Taro, C77 Aoki Kigen, B36 Aoyama Tadakazu, E17, E68 Araki Yoshio, D3,D27 Asaka Tadashi, F46 Asano Kenji, A79,A80,D71 Asano Sanpei, E65 Asukai Masamichi, F3,F54,F215 Atsumi Kaoru, D84,D90 Ayatsuri joruni no kenkyu, E135 Azuchi Momnoyamna jidai bungakushi, D27 Azumi Seietsu, F235 B Bakumatsu ishinki no bungaku, E20 Basho, Buson, Issa, E106 Basho koza, E107 Basho no hon, E105 Basho to Shomon no kenkyu, E104 Bi o mishi hito wa, F303 Bukkyo bungaku ronko, D121 Bukkyo kayo, D77 Bukkyo kayo no kenkyu, D73 Bukkyo kayo shusei, D78 Bukkyo setsuwa no kenkyu, C160 Bun-gakkai to sono jidai, F228 Bungaku ni arawaretaru waga kokuminshiso no kenkyu, A17 Bungaku ronso, A609 Bungaku 1910 nendai, F255 Bungaku: Showa 10 nen zengo, F279 Bungaku, sono uchinaru kami, F41 Bungeiron, A23a Bungei tokuhon, C113 Burai bungaku kenkyu, F295 Buraiha no bungaku, F296 C Chiba Mitsugu, F48 Chiba Sen'ichi, F116 Chikaishi Yasuaki, E135 Chikamatsu gendai bungaku taikei, F92 Chikamatsu gikyoku no sekai, F146 (Zoho) Chikamatsu josetsu, E144 Chikamatsu Monzaemon, E142 Chikamatsu Monzaemon kenkyu nyumon, E143 Chuko bungaku ronko, CHi Chuko Nihon bungakushi, C4 Chuko setsuwa bungaku kenkyu josetsu, C132 Chukyo geino fudoki, E116 Chusei Bukkyo setsuwaron, D98 Chusei bungaku no kanosei, D20 Chusei bungaku no keisei to hatten, D3 Chusei bungaku no kenkyu, D9 Chusei bungaku no kenkyu, Akiyama, D15 Chusei bungaku no koso, D24 Chusei bungaku no seiritsu, D8 Chusei bungaku no sekai, D14 Chusei bungaku no sekai, Nishio, D4 Chusei bungaku no shiso, D29 (Zoku) Chusei bungaku no shiso, D30 Chusei bungaku no tassei, D7 Chusei bungaku no tenbo, D2 124

Page  125 Chusei bungakuron kenkyu, DIO Chusei bungaku ronko, D18 Chusei bungaku shiryo to ronko, D21 Chusei bungaku to Bukkyo no kosho, D123 Chusei bungei no riron, D17 Chusei bungo no kenkyu, D43 Chusei geino no kenkyu, D135 Chusei geinoshi no kenkyu, D132 Chusei geinoshi ronko, D133 Chusei jukyoshi, D153 Chusei kadanshi no kenkyu, D49 Chusei kara kinsei e, D16 Chusei karon no kenkyu, D60 Chusei karon no seikaku, D59 Chusei karon o meguru kenkyu, D62 Chusei karon to renga, D61 Chusei katarimono bungei, D150 Chusei kayo no kenkyu, D74 Chusei kinsei kayo no kenkyu, D80 Chusei kokugo ni okeru bungo no kenkyu, D44 Chusei Man'yoshu kenkyu, B77 Chusei minshu no seikatsu bunka, D152 Chusei monogatari no kisoteki kenkyu, D108 Chusei Nihon bungakushi, D22 Chusei Nihonjin no shii to hyogen, D35 Chusei Nihon no seishinteki keikan, D36 Chusei no bungaku, Di Chusei no bungaku to geido, D6 Chusei no jojo, D57 Chusei no kiko bungaku, D119 Chusei no shodo bungei, D94 Chusei sakka no shiso to hoho, D40 Chusei senmin to zatsugeino no kenkyu, D134 Chusei setsuwa bungaku no kenkyu, D103 Chusei setsuwa bungakuron, D93 Chusei setsuwa bungakuron josetsu, D97 Chusei setsuwa no kenkyu, D95 Chusei setsuwa no sekai, D99 Chusei shosetsu no kenkyu, D104 Chusei shosetsu no sekai, D113 Chusei shosetsu to sono shuhen, D112 Chusei soan no bungaku, D34 Chuseiteki bungaku no tankyu, D12 Chuseiteki bungei no rinen, D13 Chusei to kinsei no genzo, E6 Chusei waka kenkyu, D56 Chusei wakashi no kenkyu, D51 Chusei zenrin no gakumon oyobi bungaku ni kansuru kenkyu, D129 D Daigakuryo to kodai jukyo, C163 Daimyo to otogishu, DlI Dogen no gengo uchu, D122 Dogen to Zeami, D120 Doi Kochi, B16 Doi Tadao, A131,D42 E Ebara Taizo chosakushu, E27 Edo bungaku no shi to shinjitsu, E113 Edogo no seiritsu, E53 Edo jidai no kokugaku, E44 Edo jidai rangogaku no seiritsu to sono tenkai, E52 Edo jidai shomin kyoka seisaku no kenkyu, E165 Edojin no yutopia, E43 Edo kabukiron, E131 Edoki no jugaku, E40 Edo kobanashi no hikaku kenkyu, E59 Edo koki no shijintachi, E112 Edo kotoba no kenkyu, E50 Edo no hon'ya, E175 Edo no hon'yasan, E172 Edo no kinsho, E177 Edo senryu no shiteki kenkyu, E91 Edo shiriizu, E160 Edo shosetsu ronso, E63 Egashira Hikozo chosakushu, F152 (Shinshu) Eiri jorurishi, E138 Emakimono ni miru Nihon shomin, C161 Emakimono ni yoru. Nihon Jomnin seikatsu ebiki, C156 Enkyoku no kenkyu, D75 Eto Jun, F339 Eto Yasusada, EI00 F Fudoki no kenkyu, B64 Fudoki no kenkyu narabini kanji sakuin., B64 Fujihira Haruo, D50 Fujii Sadakazu, C109 Fujikawa Hideo, E112 Fujimoto Akira, D98 Fujimura Kiyoshi, C89 Fujioka Tadaharu, C44 Fujishima Gaijiro, BlOl Fujita Motohiko, F183 Fujita Tokutaro, B69 Fujiwara Masayoshi, D40 Fujiwara Noboru, E39 Fukuda Akira, D150 Fukuda Hideichi, D18,D51 Fukui Kyuzo, D66, E109 Furuhashi Nobuyoshi, B73 Fuzoku yori mitaru. Genji monogatari, C102 125

Page  126 G Gaisetsu Nihon engekishi, A94 Geijutsu to shite no haikai, E94 Geino, nogei, D136 Geino ronsan, AlOl Geinoshi no minzokuteki kenkyu, AlGO Geinoshi shosetsu, A99 Geino to bungaku, A102,E34 Gekiteki buntairon josetsu, F185 Gekokujo no bungaku, D107 Genbun itchi no rekishi ronko, F119 Gendai bungaku koza: kaishaku to kansho, FI00 Gendai bungaku no hikaku bungakuteki kenkyu, F116 Gendai bungakushi, F17 Gendai bungakushiron, F27 Gendai bungaku to koten, F62 Gendai haiku, F171 Gendai haiku no nagare, F168 Gendai mangaka retsuden, F201 Gendai Nihon bungaku koza, F99 Gendai Nihon bungaku no sekai, F9 Gendai Nihon bungaku ronsoshi, Fl Gendai Nihon bungakushi, F28 Gendai Nihon bungaku taikei, F87 Gendai Nihon bungei no seiritsu to tenkai, F45 Gendai Nihon gikyoku taikei, F180 Gendai no bungaku, F331 Gendai no shijintachi, F151 Gendai sakkaron', Hinuma, F298 Gendai sakkaron, Kamei, F64 Gendai sakkaron, Sasaki, F299 Gendai sakka sakuhinron, F68 Gendai shijinron, F147 Gendaishi kansho koza, F155 Gendaishi monogatari, F311 Gendaishi no taidoki, F144 Gendai tanka zenshu, F164 Genji monogatari, C113,C114,C115 Genji monogatari hikiuta Sakuin, Cll4a Genji monogatari juyoshi ronko, C104 Genji monogatari kenkyu josetsu, C99 Genji monogatar-i kenkyu sosho, CHlO Genji monogatari koza, C106 Genji monogatari no kenkyu, CIOO Genji monogatari no sekai, CIOI Genji monogatari no shigen to genzai, C109 Genji monogatari no shiso, C105 Genji monogatari no tankyu, C108 Genji monogatari ronko, C112 Genji monogatari taisei, C98 Genji monogatari to Bukkyo shiso, C107 Genroku bungaku kenkyu, E15 Genroku bunka: Saikaku no sekai, E79 Genroku engeki kenkyu, E119 Genroku haikai no iso, E96 Genroku kabuki no kenkyu, E124 Genrokuki no bungaku to zoku, E16 Gesaku bungeiron, E70 Gesaku kenkyu, E69 Gesakuron, E57 Gomi Tomohide, B90 Gonda Manji, F138 Gosenshu zengo, C75 Gosen wakashu, C71 Gosen wakashu kenkyushi, C70 Goto Akio, C38 Goto Hajime, D139,D144,D145 Goto Hiroyuki, F295 Gozan bungaku, D128 Gozan bungaku shinshu, D130 Gozan shishi no kenkyu, D131 Gunji Masakatsu, E125 Gunki monogatari to katarimono bungei, D82 Gunkimono no genzo to sono tenkai, D83 Gunkimono to setsuwa, D84 Gunkimono to sono shuhen, D81 H Haga Koshiro, D129 Haga Noboru, E53 Hagitani Boku, C6,C59,C60 Haibungaku no keifu, E107 Haibungaku ronshu, E103 Haiga no sekai, E157 Haikaishi, E90 Haikaishi ronko, E99 Haikaishi Saikaku, E76 Haikaishiyo, E98 Haiku koza, A83 Haiku no sekai, E102 Haiku. shiriizu: hito to sakuhin, C89 Hakuho bungakuron, B19 Hakuho bungaku shinron, B20 Hama Kazue, B95 Hanashibon taikei, E153 Hanashi no densho, D109 Hanawa Hokiichi kinen ronbunshu, E46 Hanga: Nihon no jigazo, F192 Hanga: Nihon no kurashi no e, E159 Hanko to terakoya, E167 Harada Kozo, D103 Harada Yoshioki, C20 Haruta Akira, D97 Hasegawa Izumi, F7,F14,F58 Hasegawa Tsuyoshi, E58 Hashikawa Bunzo, F277 Hashimoto Fumnio, C49,C53 126

Page  127 Hattori Shiro, A119 Hattori Yukio, A22,E129,E130,E131 Hayashiya Tatsusaburo, D132 Hazama Tetsuro, C13 Heian bungaku ronko, C12 Heian bungaku shiron, C47 Heiancho Bungaku kenkyu, CIO Heiancho bungaku no bungakuteki kenkyu, C81 Heiancho bungaku no shiteki kenkyu, C16 Heiancho bungaku no shiteki kosatsu, C6 Heiancho bungaku no shomondai, C17 Heiancho bungaku seiritsu no kenkyu, C96 Heiancho bungakushi, C3 Heiancho bunshoshi, C33 Heiancho joryu sakka no kenkyu, C25 Hejancho kanbungaku ronko, C38 Heiancho kanshibun no kenkyu, C42 Hejancho monogatari no kenkyu, C49 Heiancho Nihon kanbungakushi no kenkyu, C37 Heiancho no bungaku to shikisai, C153 Heiancho no kanbungaku, C39 Heiancho no waka, C46 Heiancho utaawase gaisetsu, C59 Heiancho utaawase taisei, C60 Heian chuki kadan no kenkyu, C55 Heian goi ronko, C35 Heian jidai bungaku no kenkyu, Cl Heian jidai bungaku ronso, C4 Heian jidai monogatari bungakuron, C90 Heian jidai monogatari ronko, C82 Heian jidai nikki bungaku no kenkyu, C139 Heian jidai no bungaku to seikatsu, C151 Heian jidai no joryu sakka, C24 Heian jidai no rekishi to bungaku, C23 Heian jidai sezokuga no kenkyu, C155 Heian jidai shikashu kajin no kenkyu, C77 Heian jidai waka bungaku no kenkyu, C43 Heian joryu bungaku no bunsho no kenkyu, C27 Heian joryu bungaku no kotoba, C26 Heian joryu nikki bungaku no kenkyu, C142 Heian kajin kenkyu, C57 Heian Kamakura jidai ni okeru Nihon kanjion ni tsuite no kenkyu, C36 Heian Kamakura jidai san'itsu monogatari no kenkyu, C93 Heian kizoku no seikatsu to bunka, C15O Heian koki kajinden no kenkyu, C58 Heiankyo bungaku, C15 Heian makki monogatari kenkyu, C91 Heian makki monogatari ni tsuite no kenkyu, C87 Heian no waka to kagaku, C51 Heian waka shiron: Sandaishu jidai no kicho, C44 Heike monogatari, D85 Heike monogatari no kenkyu, D87 Heike monogatari no kisoteki kenkyu, D90 Heike monogatari no kyoko to shinjitsu, D88 Heike monogatari no biwa hoshi, D86 Heike ongakushi, D89 Hengeron: kabuki no seishinshi, E129 Henshin no shiso, E126 Higuchi Yoshimaro, C93 Hijikata Tefichi, F12 Hijoji Nihon bundanshi, F313 Hikaku bungaku koza, F107 Hikaku bungaku ronko, F105 Hikaku bungaku shinshikai, Fill Hino Tatsuo, E41,E43 Hinotani Teruhiko, E75 Hinuma Rintaro, F298 Hirai Kiyoshi, E158 Hirakawa Sukehiro, F237 Hirano Jinkei, B8,B9,B75 Hirano Ken, F61,F272,F279,F284 Hiraoka Toshio, FlO,F216 H-irose Tomomitsu, E70 Hirosue Tamotsu, E15,E16,E80,E144 Hirota Eitaro, F121 Hisamatsu Sen'ichi, Al,A9,A69,B80,B82,D58 Hisamatsu Sen'ichi chosakushu, A37 Hitomi Enkichi, F246 Hito to sakuhin: gendai bungaku koza, F55 Hogen Heiji monogatari no sekai, D92 Hogo bungaku no sekai, D38 Hokama Shuzen, A29 Hoken shomin bungaku no kenkyu, E2 Honda Shugo, F292,F315,F323,F329 Honda Yasuji, A95 Honda Yasuo, E86 Hon no sanpo, F23 Hon'yaku. koto hajime, F103 Hon'ya no hanashi, E176 Hosaka Hiroshi, C129 Hoshino Yukihiko, F32 Hosono Tetsuo, D118 Hosoya Naoki, D60 Hyakudai no kakaku, A86 Hyoron, Meiji Taisho no kajintachi, F161 Hyoshiki no arn. meiro, F334 I Ichiko Teiji, D104,D112 lenaga Saburo, D149 Ihara Aki, C153 Ihara Saikaku kenkyu, E75 li Haruki, C112 lizawa Tadasu, F201 Ijichi Tetsuo, D64 Ikari Akira, F229 127

Page  128 Ikeda Genta, C152 Ikeda Kikan, C98,C151 Ikeda Kikan senshu, C59 Ikeda Yasaburol, B94 Ikeda Yasaburo, chosakushu, B25 Imai Gen'e, C8,C000 Imai Takuji, C88,C139 Imao Tetsuya, A29,E126 Inja no bungaku, D32 Inja no fubo, D31 Ino Kenji, F19,F241 Inoue Kazuo, E170,E173 Inoue Muneo, C58,D49 Inoura Yoshinobu, A92 Inseiki gengo no kenkyu, D46 Inseiki no kadanshi kenkyu, E76,E92 Inui Katsumni, D75 Ippen to jishu kyodan, D126 Ise monogatari kohon to kenkyu, C129 Ise monogatari no seiritsu. to denpon no kenkyu, C120 Ishida Mizumnaro, D123 Ishida Yoshisada, D32,D34,D52 Ishikawa Matsutaro, E167 Ishikawa Teiji, F66 Ishikawa Toru, C78,C90 Ishiko Jun, F202 Ishimoda Sho, D85 Ishimura Yasuko, D54 Ishizu Jundo, D6 Isoda Koichi, F327 Isogai Hideo, F27,F297 Itagaki Naoko, F83 Ito Haku, B84 Ito Hiroshi, C143 Ito Hiroyuki, D37 Ito Kazuo, F38 Ito Sei, F56 Ito Shingo, C102 Ito Teiji, D153 Itoga Kimie, D57 Iwabuchi Etsutaro, A132 Iwahashi Koyata, A99 Iwai Yoshio, A122 Iwanami koza: Nihon bungakushi, A32 Iwanami koza: Nihongo, A130 Iwase Houn, C107 Iwaya Daishi, F82,F264,F301,F313 Izawa Motoyoshi, F168 Izumi Shikibu nikki ronko, C144 Izu Toshihiko, F22 J Janru-betsu hikaku bungakuron, F115 Jikko to geijutsu, F261 Jinsai, Sorai, Norinaga, E42 Jishu bungei kenkyu, D125 Jishu to chusei bungaku, D127 Jodai bungaku kenkyushi no kenkyu, B85 Jodai bungaku: kenkyu to shiryo, B2 Jodai bungaku kokyu, B31 Jodai bungaku ronso, B27,B30 Jodai bungaku to gengo, B28 Jodai chokokushi no kenkyu, BlOG Jodai gakusei no kenkyu, C167 Jodaigo chukogo no kenkyu, B93 Jodai Nihon bungaku gaisetsu, B5 Jodai Nihon bungakushi, B18 Jodai Nihon bungaku to Chugoku bungaku, B4 Jodai Nihon koten bungaku no kenkyu, BlO Jodai no kotoba, B91 Jodai shiika no ie to niwa, BlOL Joruri ayatsuri shibai no kenkyu, E136 Jorurishi ronko, E139 Joryu bungei kenkyu, F80 Joryu sakkaron, F81 Josei to minkan densho, A113 Josetsu tenkanki no bungaku, F262 Juyo no kiseki, F117 K Kabuki no jidai, E159 Kabuki no tanjo, E127 Kabuki seiritsu no kenkyu, E130 Kabukishi no gashoteki kenkyu, E128 Kabuki to ayatsuri joruri, E122 Kabuki: yoshiki to dento, E125 Kadokawa Gen'yoshi, A108 Kaga Otohiko, F131 Kageki Hideo, D131 Kagero nikki kenkyu josetsu, C143 Kaiso no sengo bungaku, F338 Kaitei Nihon kayoshi, A82 Kamakura chokokushi no kenkyu, D157 Kamakura chokokushi ronko, D158 Kamakura jidaigo kenkyu, D45 Kamnakura jidai monogatari no kenkyu, D105 Kamakura jidai no shozoga, D156 Kameda Tsutomnu, C160 Kamei Katsuichiro, F64 Kamei Shunsuke, F236 Kamnigata manzai 800 nenshi, E151 Kamnigata rakugo no rekishi, E148 Kamio Nobuko, C34 Kami to hito tono aida, F43 Kamno no Chomei no shuhen: Hojoki, D118 Kamo no Mabuchi ron, El109 128

Page  129 Kanai Kiyomitsu, D125,D126,D127,D14l,D146 Kan'ami to Zeami, D140 Kanashimi no bungaku, F48 Kanazoshi no kenkyu, E64 Kanazoshi shinko, E66 Kanda Hideo, F169 Kanpon Showa no bungaku, F283 Kansho gendaishi, F142 Kansho Nihon koten bungaku, A66 Karaki Junzo, A20,D1,D16,D28 Karonshu, A75 Kasai Sukeharu, E168 Katagiri Yoichi, C73 Katano Tatsuro, C158 Kataoka Yoshikazu, F234 Kataoka Tsutomu, F79 Katarimono bungei no hassei, A108 Katarimono no keifu, A1lO (Zotei) Katarimono no kenkyu, D151 Katarimono no kenkyu, E137 Kato Hidetoshi, F196 Kato Shuichi, A14 Katsumoto Seiichiro, F77 Kawaguchi Hisao, C37,C39 Kawakami Mitsugu, D154 Kawakita Michiaki, F200 Kawakita Noboru., C128 Kawano Yorito, B78,B85 Kawaraban Showa bundanshi, F301 Kawatake Mokuami, E121 Kawatake Shigetoshi, A91,A93,A94,E121 Kawatake Toshio, F190 Kawazoe Kunimoto, F2,F69 Kazamaki Keijiro, A2 Kazamaki Keijiro zenshu, A38 Keene, Donald., A86 Keicho irai shoka shuran, E170 Keihan shosekishoshi, E178 Kenkyu shiryo gendai Nihon bungaku, F94 Ken'yusha no bungaku, F229 Kibyoshi kaidai, E60 Kido Saizo, D68 Kiki kayo, B70 Kiki shinwa ronko, B40 Kikkawa Bishi, A106 Kikuchi Ryoichi, D94,D95 Kikuchi Yasuhiko, C66 Kikuchi Yasuo, F144 Kimata Osamu, F159,Fl61,F306 Kimura Ki, F102,Flll,F222,F223 Kinbara Tadashi, C42 Kindai bungaku, F91 Kindai bungaku hyoron taikei, F90 Kindai bungaku kansho koza, F98 Kindai bungaku kenkyu sosho, F85 Kindai bungaku: kenkyu to shiryo, F4 Kindai bungaku no hakkutsu, A29 Kindai bungaku no hyoron to sakuhin, F69 Kindai bungaku no itansha, F139 Kindai bungaku no meian, F39 Kindai bungaku no naka no Sei-O, F109 Kindai bungaku no senseiryoku, F24 Kindai bungaku no tanjo, F218 Kindai bungaku noto, F77 Kindai bungaku ronso, F18 Kindai bungakushi, FIt Kindai bungaku shichoshi, F44 Kindai bungaku soseiki no kenkyu, F238 Kindai bungaku to Kirisutokyo shiso, F37 Kindai bungaku to sono genryu, F32 Kindai bungei hyoronshi, F219 Kindai bungei hyoronshi, Taishohen, F28 Kindai bungei hyoronshu, F6 Kindai buntai hassei no shiteki kenkyu, F118 Kindai buntai keisei shiryo shusei, F120 Kindai engeki no tenkai, F190 Kindai gikyoku no sekai, F181 Kindaigo no seiritsu, F247 Kindai haiku, F169 Kindai haiku kenkyu nenpyo, F308 Kindai haironshi, F170 Kindai kokugo kyoikushi, F123 Kindai meisaku kansho, F58 Kindai Nihon bungaku, F30 Kindai Nihon bungaku hyoronshi, F7,F12 Kindai Nihon bungaku no bunsuirei, F259 Kindai Nihon bungaku no iso, F14 Kindai Nihon bungaku no kozo, F5 Kindai Nihon bungakuron, F2 Kindai Nihon bungaku sakka kenkyu sosho, F78 Kindai Nihon bungakushi, F16 Kindai Nihon bungaku shichoshi josetsu, F38 Kindai Nihon bungakushi no koso, F21 Kindai Nihon bungei no kenkyu, F46 Kindai Nihon fuzokushi, F193 Kindai Nihon gikyokushi, F177 Kindai Nihon kaigashi, F200 Kindai Nihon no bijutsu to bungaku, F98 Kindai Nihon no bungaku kukan, F35 Kindai Nihon no bungaku to shukyo, F36 Kindai Nihon no bungo, F59 Kindai Nihon no jiden, F134 Kindai Nihon no kotoba to shi, F141 Kindai Nihon no sakka-tachi, F67 Kindai Nihon shokumotsushil, F195 Kindai Nihon yoga no tenkai, F199 Kindai no bungaku to bungakusha, F74 Kindai no kokugo, F122 Kindai sakka no kisoteki kenkyu, F66 Kindai sakka ronso, F79 129

Page  130 Kindai sakka to Sei-O, F113 Kindaishi monogatari, F150 Kindaishi no seiritsu to tenkai, F245 Kindai tanbiha, F260 Kindal tanka kenkyu, F167 Kindai tanka no shiteki tenkai, F159 Kindai tanka ronsoshi, F163 Kindai tankashi, F157 Kindai tankashi, Meijihen, F243 Kindai tankashi, mumeisha no seiki, F162 Kindai tankashi ronko, F166 Kindai yakugoko, F121 Kinsei bungaku no haikei, E5 Kinsei bungaku no sogen, E9 Kinsei bungaku ronso, E30 Kinsei bungaku: sakka to sakuhin, E31 Kinsei bungei shichoko, E8 Kinsei bungakushi no shomondai, E4 Kinsei bungei ronso, E35 Kinsei chuki bungaku no kenkyu, E18 Kinsei chuki shosetsu no kenkyu, E65 Kinsei engeki, E141 Kinsei engeki no kenkyu, E117 Kinsei engeki ronso, E140 Kinsei fuzoku zufu, E163 Kinsei fuzoku zukan, E162 Kinsei hanko ni okeru shuppansho no kenkyu, E168 Kinsei kaii shosetsu kenkyu, E67 Kinsei kashihon'ya no kenkyu, E180 Kinsei kiko bungei noto, E88 Kinsei kindai no kotoba to bungaku, A45 Kinsei kokikadan no kenkyu, ElII Kinsei kokubungaku kenkyu to shiryo, E29 Kinsei kokugaku no bungaku kenkyu, E47 Kinsei Kyoto shuppan bunka no kenkyu, E179 Kinsei Nihon bungakushi, E13 Kinsei Nihon ni okeru jukyo undo no keifu, E37 Kinsei no gakugei, E33 Kinsei Osaka geibun sodan, E32 Kinsei sakka kenkyu, E53 Kinsei shin-kijinden, E19 Kinsei shoki bundan no kenkyu, E14 Kinsei shoki haikai ronso, E100 Kinsei shomin bungaku ronko, E61 Kinsei shosetsushi no kenkyu, E54 Kinsei shosetsushi ronko, E56 Kinsei waka kenkyu, EIIO Kinsei wakashiron, E108 Kinsei zenki bungaku no kenkyu, E17 Kinoshita Masao, C26 Kinoshita Miyoshi, C145 Kin'yoshu no kenkyu, C70 Kishibe Shigeo, A107 Kirishitan gogaku no kenkyu, D42 Kiyoura Sadao, E49 Kobayashi Tomoaki, D29,D30,D38 Kobayashi Shizuo, D143 Kodai bungaku josetsu, B12 Kodai bungaku no dento, B14 Kodai bungaku no genryu, B7 Kodai bungaku no koso, B13 Kodai bungaku ronshu, B29 Kodai bungaku ronso, C103 Kodai densetsu to bungaku, B16 Kodai densho to kyutei saishi, B50 Kodai kagaku no keisei, B69 Kodai kayo no sekai, B68 Kodai kayoron, B66,B73 Kodai kayo to girei no kenkyu, B67 Kodai monogatari kenkyu josetsu, C89 Kodai Nihon bungaku shichoron, B3 Kodai Nihon bunka to jikan ishiki, B17 Kodai Nihonjin no seishin kozo, B8,B9 Kodai no bungaku to minzoku, B32 Kodai oken no saishi to shinwa, B48 Kodai saishi densho no kenkyu, B49 Kodai saishi to bungaku, B47 Kodai shosetsushiko, C78 Kodan rakugoko, E149 Kogoshi no shiteki kenkyu, F246 Kohon Kojiki, B53 Kohon Man'yoshu, B88 Kohon Nihon shoki, B62 Kohon Nihon shoki sosakuin, B63 Koike Togoro, E85 Koizumi Ichiro, F43 Koizumi Tozo, F243 Kojiki, B57 Kojiki kenkyu, B56 Kojiki kenkyushi, B58 Kojiki no minzokugakuteki kenkyu, B52 Koj'iki setsuwa no kenkyu, B55 Kojiki sosakuin, B59 Kojiki taisei, B51 Kojima Noriyuki, B4,C40,C41 Kokinshu, Gosenshu no shomondai, C74 Kokinshu izen, C41 Kokinshu kohon, C65 Kokinshu no kenkyu, C67 Kokinshu no kiban to shuhen, C63 Kokinshu no sekai, C64 Kokinteki sekai no kenkyu, C66 Kokin wakashu no keisei, C69 Kokin wakashu seiritsuron, C62 Kokubungaku ronko, A49 Kokubungaku ronso, A25 Kokubungaku ronso shinshu, A26 Kokubungaku sokei, A5 Kokufu ankoku jidai no bungaku, C40 Kokugaku hattatsushi, E49 130

Page  131 Kokugaku no undo, E45 Kokugakushijo no hitobito, E48 Kokugogaku kokubungaku ronko, A55 Kokugogakushi ronso, A138 Kokugogaku to kokugoshi, A133 Kokugo goi no rekishiteki kenkyu, A124 Kokugo ishikishi no kenkyu, A121 Kokugo kokubungaku kenkyushi taisei, A31 Kokugo kokubungaku ronshu, Kumagaya, A53 Kokugo kokubungaku ronshu, Matsumura, A58 Kokugo kokubungaku ronshu, Takechi, A46 Kokugo kokubungaku ronshu, Taniyama, A47 Kokugoshigaku kisoron, A126 Kokugoshi ronko, A131 Kokugoshi ronshu, A132 Kokumin seikatsushi kenkyu, A140 Komatsu Hideo, A126 Komatsu Shigemi, C71 Komatsu Shinroku, F303 Kome no bunkashi, A144 Kondo Tadayoshi, A12,E26 Konishi Jin'ichi, D138,E102 Konjaku monogatarishu seiritsuko, C137 Kono Toshiro, F23,F340 Konda Yozo, E172,E177 Kosho bungei no sogo kenkyu, A114 Kosho bungei no tenkai, A115 Kosho bungei shiko, AlII Koten bungaku to minzoku, Bil Koten Nihon bungaku zenshu, A63 Koten to sono jidai, A4 Koza Asuka no rekishi to bungaku, B21 Koza Genji monogatari no sekai, ClII Koza hikaku bungaku, 1108 Koza kokugoshi, A123 Koza Nihon bungaku, A34 Koza Nihon bungaku no soten, A33 Koza Nihon gendaishi-shi, 1156 Koza Nihongogaku, A137 Koza Nihon kindai bungakushi, F97 Koza Nihon no minzoku, A146 Koza Nihon no shinwa, B44 Kubokawa Tsurujiro, F280 Kubota Jun, D14,D39,D53 Kubota Masafumi, F70 Kubota Toshio, C48 Kubota Utsubo zenshu, A36 Kugimoto Hisaharu, D59 Kuki Shuzo, A23a Kuki Yukio, C163 Kunisaki Fumimaro, C137 Kurabayashi Shoji, B45,B46 Kurano Kenji, BiG Kurihara Yukio, F51 Kuriyama Riichi, E90 Kurobe Michiyoshi, C138 Kurokawa Kozo, C133 Kuwabara Hiroshi, D108,Dli6 Kuwata Tadachika, Dli Kuyama Yasushi, F36 Kyodo kenkyu tenko, F291 Kyoen no kenkyu: bungakuhen, B46 Kyoen no kenkyu: gireihen, B45 Kyogen ronko, D147 Kyusoj'in Hitaku, C62 Kyutoku Takafumi, AS M Mabuchi Kazuo, B91 Machida Koichi, BlOG Maeda Ai, A29,Eli,E20,F35 Maeda Isamu, E148,E151 Maeda Takeo, D17,D48 Makita Tojo, E178 Maura no soshi koza, C149 Makura no soshiron, C148 Manabe Masahiro, D80 Man'yogaku kenkyu, B78 Man'yo hihyoshi kenkyu, B75 Man'yo kara Kokin e, C68 Man'yo no hasso, B56 Man'yoshu kenkyu, B81 Man'yoshu kozo, B80 Man'yoshu nenpyo, B89 Man'yoshu no sakka to sakuhin,, B90 Man'yoshu o manabu, B87 Man'yoshu ronso, B76 Man'yoshu sosakuin, B83 Man'yoshu taisei, B74 Man'yoshu to jodai bungaku, B82 Maruyamna Jiro, B59 Maruyama Sueo, E48 Masabuchi Katsuichi, C96 Masuda Katsumi, B70 Masuda Motomu, D91 Matsuda Osamu, A29,E7,E118 Matsuda Takeo, C45,C46,C70 Matsui Toshihiko, F170,F308,F309 Matsumae Takeshi B37,B50 Matsumoto Kappei, F176,F182 Matsumoto Shinko, F249,F250 Matsumura Hiroji, C126,Ci27 Matsumura Takeo, B33 Matsunaga Goichi, F145 Matsuo Satoshi, C82 Matsuzaki Hitoshi, E119 Mawatari Kenzaburo, F80 131

Page  132 Meiji bungaku kenkyu, F206 Meiji bungaku o kataru, F223 Meiji bungakushi, F209 Meiji bungakushi, Odagiri, F217 Meiji bungaku tenbo, F222 Meiji bungaku to kindai jiga, F225 Meiji bungaku zenshu, F210 Meiji bunka ronko, F213 Meiji bunkashi, F191 Meiji engekiron shi, F250 Meiji haidanshi, F244 Meiji jidai no shinbun to zasshi, F211 Meiji joryu sakkaron, F240 Meiji kaikaki bungaku no kenkyu, F212 Meijiki no bungei hyoron, F214 Meiji no bungaku, F221 Meiji no sakka, F241 Meiji sakkaron, F242 Meiji shoki no bungaku shiso, F231 Meiji shoki no hon'yaku bungaku no kenkyu, F207 Meiji Taisho bungakushi shusei, F33 Meiji Taisho haikushiwa, F173 Meiji Taisho no geki bungaku, F178 Meiji Taisho no hon'yakushi, FJOI Meiji Taisho no sakkatachi, F75 Meiji Taisho shingekishi shiryo, F175 Meiji Taisho Showa no joryu bungaku, F83 Meiji Taisho Showa shoku seikatsu sesoshi, F196 Meiji Taisho tankashi, F160 Meiji zenki engekironshi, F249 Mekada Sakuo, C79,C130,C248 Mezaki Tokue, C47 Mikan kokubun shiryo, C61 Minamoto Toyomune, C159 Minegishi Yoshiaki, C43 Minwa no shiso, DIIO Mishima Yukio, F63 Misumi Haruo, AIO0 Mitamura Engyo zenshu, E25 Mitani Eiichi, BI,BJ1,C80 Miyama Susumu, D158 Miyamoto Masanobu, E97 Miyazaki Sohei, C142 Miyazawa Kenji no sekai, A29 Miyoshi Yukio, F40 Mizuhara. Hajime, D92 Mizukami Kashizo, D61 Mizuo Minoru, E63 Mizutani Futo, E138 Mizutani Futo chosakushu, E24 Mo hitotsu no eigashi, F187 Momo Hiroyuki, C162 Monogatari bungaku, C86 Monogatari bungaku ronko, C85 Monogatari bungakushi no kenkyu, C88 Monogatari geijutsu ron, F133 Monogatari joruri bungakushi, F82 Monogatari Nihon kindai bungakushi, 115 Monogatani sakkaken no kenkyu, C79 Monogatari sengo bungakushi, F323 Monogatarishi no kenkyu, C80 Monogatari Taisho bundanshi, F264 Mori Osamu, E142 Mori Senzo, E60 Moni Senzo chosakushu, E21 Mori Toru, D156 Monimoto Motoko, C76 Morino Muneaki, C30 Morioka Tsuneo, C92 Morisue Yoshiaki, D133 Morita Kaneyoshi, C144 Morita Yoshinori, D134 Moriya Takeshi, E159 Moriya Toshihiko, B40,C134 Moriyama Shigeo, E2,E6,E9,F261,F262 Mujo, D28 Mukai Soya, F184 Mukashi banashi to bungaku, A112 Munemasa Isoo, E12,E72,E179 Muramatsu Akira, F122 Muramatsu Sadataka, F20 Muramatsu Teijiro, F203 Murasaki Shikibu nikki no kenkyu to kansho, C145 Murase Toshio, C63 Murayama Kokyo, F173,F244,F267 Muroki Yataro, D151,E137 Muromachi gokoro: chusei bungaku shiryoshu, D26 Muromachi jidai gengo no kenkyu, D41 Muromachi jidai monogatari taisei, Dill Mushakoji Minoru, B102,D86 Muto Sadao, E59 N Nfigafuji Yasushi, B17 Nagahira Kazuo, F181 Nagai Yoshinori, A16,A18 Nagano Joichi chosakushu, D23 Nagatomo Chiyoji, E180 Nagayama Isamu, A121 Nagazumni Yasuaki, D2,D8,D17,D20 Nakada Takeshi, C69,C84 Nakahodo Masanori, A29 Nakajima Kawataro, F136 Nakajima Kenzo, F338 Nakamura Mitsuo, F74,F209 Nakamura Mitsuo sakka ronshu, F60 Nakamura Mitsuo zenshu, F96 Nakamura Shin'ichiro, F242,F265,F302,F324 132

Page  133 Nakamura Shintaro, F15 Nakamura Tetsuro, E132 Nakamura Yukihiko, E8,E54,E55,E57 Nakamura Yukihiko chojutsushu, E28 Nakano Kaichil, F149,,F305 Nakano Koichi, C85,Cdl23 Nakano Mitsutoshi, E19,E69 Nakata Takanao, C116 Nakata Tsuneyuki, C81 Nakayama Taro, A109 Nanba Hiroshi, C86 Nanbokucho jidai bungaku tsushi, D25 Naracho fukushokushi no kenkyu, B99 Naracho shoku seikatsu no kenkyu, B98 Nara Heian jidai no bunka to shukyo, C152 Nara jidai no kokugo, B92 Nationalism no bungaku, E236 Negoro Tsukasa, C27,D343 Nenju gyoji no bungeigaku, A148 Nenpyo shiryo: chuko bungakushi, C14 Nezame monogatari no kisoteki kenkyu, C117 Nichi-Bei bungaku koryushi no kenkyu, F102 Nihon Bukkyo bungaku, A16 Nihon Biikkyo bungaku kenkyu, A18 Nihon bungaku genron, A12 Nihon bungaku hyoronshi, A9 Nihon bungaku kenkyushi, Al Nihon bungaku kenkyu. shiryo sosho, A28 Nihon bungaku Nihongo, A54 Nihon bungaku ni okeru seikatsushi no kenkyu, A139 Nihon bungaku no dento to rekishi, A50 Nihon bungaku no kenkyu, A48 Nihon bungaku no kindai to han-kindai, F40 Nihon bungaku no minzokugakuteki kenkyu, Bl Nihon bungaku. no rekishi, A27 Nihon bungaku no shisoshi, A15 Nihon bungakuron, E26 Nihon bungaku ronko, A44 Nihon bungakushi, Hisamatsu, A6 Nihon bungakushi, Kinoshita, AlO Nihon bungakushi: chukohen, C2 Nihon bungakushi gaisetsu, F25 Nihon bungaku. shigen kara gendai e, A56 Nihon bungakushi josetsu, A14 Nihon bungaku shinken, A51 Nihon bungakushi no kenkyu, A2 Nihon bungaku soko, A43 Nihon bungaku. zenshi, A13 Nihon bungaku zenshi, chuko, C18 Nihon bungaku zenshi, kindai, F220 Nihon bungeigaku, A8 Nihon bungei no kenkyu, A22 Nihon bungei no kenkyu, Sanekata, A57 Nihon bungei riron, A68 Nihon bungei ronso, A52 Nihon bungeishi ni okeru chuseiteki na mono to sono tenkai, D5 Nihon bungei to kaiga no sokansei no kenkyu, C158 Nihon chusei jutaku no kenkyu, D159 Nihon chusei jutakushi kenkyu, D155 Nihon densho doyo shusei, A81 Nihon eiga gendaishi, F183 Nihon engekishi, A92 Nihon engeki zenshi, A91 Nihon geino denshoron, B94 Nihon geino no genryu, B95 Nihon geino no kigen, B96 Nihon geinoshi, A105 Nihon geinoshi notohen, A97 Nihon geinoshi ronko, E118 Nihon gekijoshi no kenkyu, A90 Nihon gendai bungakushi, F26 Nihon gendai bungaku to Kirisutokyo, F42 Nihon gendai bungaku zenshu, F89 Nihon gendaishi taikei, F154 Nihon gendai shosetsu no sekai, F304 Nihon gikyokushi, A93 Nihongo hoshi, A122 Nihongo no keito, Hattori, A119 Nihongo no keito, Ono, A135 Nihongo no rekishi, A120 Nihongo no sekai, A136 Nihonjin no bi-ishiki, D39 Nihonjin no kokoro no rekishi, A20 Nihon joryu bungakushi, A3 Nihon kajin koza, A71 Nihon kakumei bungaku no tenbo, F227 Nihon kanbungakushi, A87 Nihon kanbungakushi ronko, A89 Nihon kanshi kansho no susume, A88 Nihon karonshi no kenkyu, D58 Nihon kayo kenshi, A78 Nihon kayo no hassei to tenkai, A80 Nihon kayo no kenkyu, A79,D71 Nihon kiko bungaku benran, Dll9a Nihon kindai bungaku kenkyu, F22 Nihon kindai bungaku no enkin, F19 Nihon kindai bungaku no hikaku bungakuteki kenkyu, F106 Nihon kindai bungaku no seiritsu, F114 Nihon kindai bungaku no shoshi, F224 Nihon kindai bungaku no shukumei, F47 Nihon kindai bungaku no shuppatsu, E216 Nihon kindai bungaku no tenkai, F13 Nihon kindai bungakushi kenkyu, FIO Nihon kindai bungaku taikei, F88 Nihon kindai bunken to shoshi, F31 Nihon kindai kenchikushi noto, F203 Nihon kindai no shuppatsu, F215 Nihon kindaishi no seishun, F268 133

Page  134 Nihon kindai shiron no kenkyu, F148 Nihon kindaishi to Kirisutokyo, F146 Nihon kindai shosetsu, F125 Nihon kindai shosetsu gairon, F126 Nihon kindai shosetsu no sekai, F128 Nihon kinsei bun'en no kenkyu, E12 Nihon kinsei bungaku no seiritsu, E7 Nihon kinsei bungakushi, El Nihon kinsei shiso no kenkyu, E39 Nihon kodai bungakushi, B6 Nihon kodai no densho bungaku no kenkyu, C133 Nihon kodai ongakushiron, B97 Nihon koten bungakushi no kiso chishiki, A7 Nihon koten bungaku taikei, A62 Nihon koten bungaku zenshu, A64 Nihon mangashi, F202 Nihon minzokugaku bunken somokuroku, A147 Nihon minzokugaku taikei, A141 Nihon mojinshi, A109 Nihon mukashi banashi taisei, A117 Nihon ni okeru gaikoku bungaku, F112 Nihon no chohen shosetsu, F131 Nihon no eigaku hyakunenshi, F104 Nihon no geidan, A103 Nihon no gendai shosetsu, F341 Nihon no hanko, E166 Nihon no inj'a, D33 Nihon no kango, A134 Nihon no kindai bungaku, F34 Nihon no kindai bungaku, Asukai, F3 Nihon no kindai bungaku: hito to sakuhin, F57 Nihon no kindai bungaku: sakka to sakuhin, F73 Nihon no kindaishi, F143 Nihon no kindai shosetsu, F130 Nihon no kinsei jutaku, E158 Nihon no koten geino, A96 Nihon nomin shishi, F145 Nihon no minzoku geino, A95 Nihon no mukashi banashi hikaku kenkyu josetsu, A116 Nihon no ongaku, A107 Nihon no puroretaria bungaku, F49 Nihon no setsuwa, A84 Nihon no shiika, F153 Nihon no watakushi o motomete, F132 Nihon ongaku no rekishi, A106 Nihon puroretaria bungakushiron, F54 Nihon puroretaria bungaku taikei, F50 Nihon romanshugi bungaku kenkyu, A234 Nihon ryoiki no kenkyu, Moriya, C134 Nihon ryoiki no kenkyu, Yagi, C135 Nihon ryoiki no sekai, C136 Nihon ryukokashi, F189 Nihon seikatsu bunkashi, A145 Nihon seishinshi kenkyu, A19 Nihon shakaishugi engekishi, F182 Nihon shijinsen, A77 Nihon shingekishi, Akiba, F174 Nihon shingekishi, Matsumoto, F176 Nihon shinwa, B38 Nihon shinwa no hikaku kenkyu, B42 Nihon shinwa no keisei, B37 Nihon shinwa no kenkyu, B33 Nihon shinwa no kiban, B41 Nihon shinwa no kisoteki kenkyu, B36 Nihon shinwa no kozo, B43 Nihon shinwa no sekai, B34 Nihon shiso taikei, A24 Nihon shizenshugi saiko, F239 Nihon shoki kenkyu, B60 Nihon shoki no kenkyu, B59 Nihon shoki seiritsu no kenkyu, B61 Nihon shomin bunka shiryo shusei, A98 Nihon shuppan bunkashi, F204 Nihon suiri shosetsushi, F136 Nihon tantei sakkaron, F138 Nihonteki shizenkan no kenkyu, A23 Nihon wakashiron, D47 Nikki bungaku gaisetsu, C141 Nikki bungaku no kenkyu, C140 Ningyogeki no seiritsu ni kansuru kenkyu, E134 Ningyo joruri to bunraku, E133 Nippon minshu engekishi, F184 Nishida Masaru, A29,F24,F277 Nishida Masayoshi, F129 Nishida Sadamoto, C146 Nishida Taketoshi, F211 Nishida Tadakazu, C12 Nishio Koichi, D93 Nishio Minoru, A29,D5,D120 Nishioka Toranosuke, A139 Nishitsunoi Masayoshi, B47 Nishizawa Masaji, D113 Noda Hisao, E5,E56 Nogaku no kigen, D144 (Zoku) Nogaku no kigen, D145 Nogakuron kenkyu, D138 Nogaku zensho, D148 Nogeiron, D137 Noguchi Motohiro, C122 Noguchi Takehiko, E113 Noji Shusa, D155 No no keisei to Zeami, D139 No no kenkyu, D141 No: kami to kojiki no geijutsu, D142 Noma Koshin, E77 Nose Asaji chosakushu, A42 Nose Asaji. E93 Noson butai no sogoteki kenkyu, E123 No to kyogen, D146 Numoto Katsuaki, C36 134

Page  135 Nyonin waka taikei, A70 0 Obata Kiichiro, B12 Obayashi Taryo, B43 O-Bei sakka to Nihon kindai bungaku, FilO Ochi Haruo, F178,F218 Ochiba no hakiyose, F339 Ocho bungaku no kenkyu, C8 Ocho bungaku no koshoteki kenkyu, C13 Ocho bungaku zengo, C7 Ocho joryu bungaku no keisei, C28 Ocho joryu bungaku no sekai, C29 Ocho joryu sakka no kenkyu, C31 Ocho kadan no kenkyu, C54,C56 Ocho kizoku shakai no josei to gengo, C30 Ocho kokugo no hyogen eizo, C34 Ocho monogatari to sono shuhen, C95 Ocho no eizo, C9 Ocho no nyoninzo, C32 Ocho utamnonogatari no kenkyu to shin shiryo, C84 Ocho wakashiron, C48 Ocho wakashu no kenkyu, Hashimoto, C49 Ocho wakashu no kenkyu, Matsuda, C45 Odagiri Hideo, F17,F67,F75,F76,F217 Odagiri Hideo chosakushu, A39 Odagiri Susumu, F13,F273 Odaka Toshio, E14 Ogata Tsutomu, E99 Ogasawara Masaru, F276 Ogasawara Kyoko, E127 Ogawa Kazuo, F225 Ogi Mitsuo, B97 Ogi Takashi, C94,D105 Ogino Kiyoshi chosakushu, E95 Oka Yasuo, F139 Okada Masayuki, A87 Okada Riheil, E157 Okada Seishi, B48 Okada Takehiko, E40 Okagami kenkyu josetsu, C129 Okagamiron, C130 Okamura Tsuneya, C67,C74 Okano Takeo, F31,F204 Okazaki Tomnoko, C25 Okazaki Yoshie, E94. Okazaki Yoshie chosakushu, A35 Okinawa no gengoshi, A29 Okitsu Kaname, F205,F212 Okubo Tadashi, B5,E44 Okubo Tsuneo, F278,F281,F294 Okuda Hisateru, D63 Okuma Kiichiro, B7,B13,B14 Okuno Takeo, F72,F81 Onishi Mitsugi, F259 Ono Tadashige, E154,E161,F192 Ooka Makoto, F151,F312 Ooka Shohei, F275 Origuchi Shinobu, A97 Origuchi Shinobu zenshu, B22 Origuchi Shinobu zenshu notohen, B23 Oshima Takehiko, D106,D109 Ota Mizuho, D47 Ota Saburo, F113 Ota Yoshimaro, B3 Otogizoshi to minkan bungei, D106 Ouchi Hatsuo, E104 Owa Yasuhiro, E84 Oyama Isao, F177 Ozaki Hotsuki, F135,F137 Ozaki Kyuya, E61 Ozawa Masao, C51,C52,C64 PR Puroretaria bungaku, F52 Puroretaria bungakushi, F53 Puroretaria bungaku to sono jidai, F51 Rai Momosaburo, E114 Rakugo no nenrin, E152,F188 Rekishi monogatari, C126 Rekishi monogatari kenkyu j'osetsu,, C127 Rekishi monogatari no shinkenkyu, C128 Rekishi monogatari seiritsu josetsu, C125 Renga no kenkyu, D69 Renga no sekai, D64 Renga no shiteki kenkyu, D66 Rengashi no kenkyu, D67 Rengashi roriko, D68 Renga to chusei bungei, D70 Renga to sono shuhen, D65 Renku geijutsu no seikaku, E93 Romanshugi bungaku,, F235 Romanshugi bungaku no tanjo, F230 Ronsan setsuwa to setsuwa bungaku., A85 Ronshu chuko bungaku, C22 Ronshu jodai bungaku, B79 Ronshu Taira Masakado kenkyu., C131 Ronso ocho bungaku, C19 S Sadoya Shigenobu, F114 Saegusa Yasutaka., E45 Saeki Shoichi, F132,F133,F134 Saeki Umemoto, B92 Sagara Toru, E37 135

Page  136 Saigo Nobutsuna, B36,B56 Saikaku, E71 Saikaku bungaku kenkyu, E73 Saikaku kenkyu ronko, E78 Saikaku no kenkyu, E72 Saikaku no shosetsu, E80 Saikaku ronso, E74 Saikaku shin-shinko, E77 Saito Kiyoe, D25 Saito Mokichi, F160 Saito Shoji, A23 Sakakibara Kunihiko, C35 Sakamaki Kota, E66 Sakkaron, Akiyamna, F65 Sakkaron, Hirano, F61 Sakkaron, Ito Sei, F56 Sakkaron, Kubota, F70 Sakkaron, Mishima, F63 Sakkaron hikaecho, F71 Sakkaronshu, F72 Sakoku sekai no eizo, Eli Sakurai Seika, C157 Sakurai Yoshiro, D31,D33,D35,D36 Sandaishu no kenkyu, C61 Sanekata Kiyoshi, A8,A68 San'itsu monogatari no kenkyu, C94 Santo Kyoden, E85 Sanuka Mitsuo, F186 Sarashina nikki kenkyu josetsu, C146 Sarashina nikki no kenkyu, C147 Sarugakuno no shisoshiteki kosatsu, D149 Sasabuchi Tomoichi, F228,F230 Sasaki Hachiro, A11O,D324,D387 Sasaki Kazuo, F126 Sasaki Kiichi, F299,F328 Satake Akihiro, D107,DI1O Sato Kenzo, C1,C7 Sato Kiyoji, A124,A134 Sato Shizuo, F335 Sato Yasumasa, F41,F146 Seiji shosetsu kenkyu, F233 Seiji to bungaku no henkyo, F277 Seikatsu keizaishi, F197 Seikatsushi, A143 Seikatsushi sosho, E156 Seiyojin no kabuki hakken, E132 Seki Keigo, A116 Sekine Mokuan, E149 Sekine Masataka, B98,B99 Sekiyama Kazuo, E116,E147,E150 Sekkyo no rekishiteki kenkyu, E150 Sekkyo no wagei, E147 Sengo bungaku kyoiku kenkyushi, F344 Sengo bungaku no kaiso, F324 Sengo bungaku no 30 nen, F335 Sengo bungaku no uchi to soto, F328 Sengo bungaku ronso, F330 Sengo bungaku shiron, F329 Sengo bungaku, tenbo to kadai, F326 Sengoku bushi to bungei no kenkyu, D19 Sengo hihyokaron, F327 Sengo Nihon bungakushi, nenpyo, F336 Sengo no bungaku, F332 Sengo no bungaku: gendai bungakushi, F337 Sengoshi shiron, F343 Sengoshi taikei, F342 Senjika bungaku no shuhen, F322 Senjika no zasshi, F318 Senji sengo no senkosha tachi, F315 Senji taiseika no bungakusha, F319 Senso bungaku tsushin, F320 Senso bungaku zenshu, F317 Senuma Shigeki, A29,F5,F283 Setsuwa bungaku kenkyu, D96 Setsuwa bungaku. no koso to densho, D102 Setsuwa bungaku ronshu, Di01 Setsuwa no seisei to hen'yo ni tsuite no kenkyu, C138 Setsuwa to haikai no kenkyu, D100 Shibue Jiro, D157 Shibuya Torao, B77 Shida Nobuyoshi, A78 Shigematsu Nobuhiro, C105,CllO,E47 Shigetomo Ki, E1,E4 Shigetomno Ki chosakushu., E22 Shikashu to Shinkokinshu, C76 Shikitei Sanba no bungei, E86 Shimada Akio, F300 Shimada Kinji, F112 Shimazu Tadao, D67,D69 Shimin no bungaku, F8 Shimura Kunihiro, D102 Shinbun shosetsushi, F140 Shincho gendai bungaku, F288 Shincho Nihon koten shusei, A67 Shindo Sakiko, F248 Shin'ei bungaku sosho, F287 Shin'hihyo: Kindai Nihon bungaku. no kozo, F93 Shinkokin kafu no keisei, D50 Shinkokin kajin no kenkyu, D53 Shinkokin sekai to chusei bungaku, D52 Shinkokinteki hassoron, D63 Shinmura Izuru zenshu, A125 Shin Nihongo koza, A129 Shino Hiroshi, F162,F163 Shinoda Hajime, F130,F341 Shinoda Osamu, A154 Shinpen Yanagita Kunio zenshu, A118 Shinpojumu kindai Nihon bungaku. no kiseki, F29 Shinpojumu. Nihon bungaku, A30 Shinpojumu Nihongo, A128 136

Page  137 Shinpojumu Nihon no shinwa, B39 Shinsen Nihon koten bunko, A65 Shinsoban Nihon bundanshi, F84 Shin tanka no rekishi, F305 Shintei haiku shiriizu, F172 Shintei kindai Nihon bungaku no keifu, F20 Shinto to bungaku, A21 Shinwa no genzo, B35 Shioda Ryohei, F213,F240 Shirai Tadanori, D119 Shiriizu kodai no bungaku, B15 Shiryo Nihon bungakushi, All Shi shosetsu sai-hakken, F129 Shi shosetsu sakkaron, F127 Shizenshugi bungaku, F232 Shizenshugi no kenkyu, F226 Shodaimyo no gakujutsu to bungei no kenkyu, ElO Shoheiko to hangaku, E164 Shohon Chikamatsu zenshu, E145 Shoki emakimono no fuzokushiteki kenkyu, C154 Shoki haikai no tenkai, E92 Shoki kayoron, B71 Shokumotsu sanken, E173 Shoku seikatsu kindaishi, E194 Showa bungaku e no shogen, E275 Showa bungaku 14-ko, F274 Showa bungaku no seiritsu, F273 Showa mondai no shomondai, F285 Showa bungaku no shukumei, F281 Showa bungaku no suimyaku, F340 Showa bungaku sakka kenkyu, F297 Showa bungaku seishinshi, F270 Showa bungakushi, Ara, F269 Showa bungakushi, Hirano, F272 Showa bungakushi., Yoshida, F271 Showa bungakushi no koso to bunseki, F278 Showa bungaku shiron, Aeba, F282 Showa bungaku shiron, Hirano, F284 Showa bungaku shiron., Ogasawara, F276 Showa haiku no kenkyu, F309 Showa hihyo taikei, F289 Showa 10 nendai bungaku no tachiba,, F280 Showa Man'yoshu, F307 Showa no bungaku, F286 Showa no sakkatachi, F76 Showa sakkaron, F302 Showa sakkaron: itan burai no keifu, F300 Showa senso bungaku zenshu, F314 Showa shiron no kenkyu, F310 Showa shishi,, F312 Showa tankashi, F306 Shui wakashu no kenkyu, C13 Shuppan koto hajime, E174 Shuzui Kenji chosakushu, E120 Soka no kenkyu, D72 Soma Tsuneo, F239 Soraigakuha: Jugaku kara bungaku e, E41 Sosho Nihon bungakushi kenkyu, A29 Suda Atsuo, A90 Sugae Masumi no tabi to nikki, E87 Sugano Masao, B55 Sugimoto Tsutomu, E52 Sugisaki Shigeto, C55 Suwa Haruo, E124,E128,El74 Suzuki Hiromichi, C87,C91,C117,C119 Suzuki Keizo, C154 Suzuki Tomotaro, C4 Suzuki Toshio, E175 Suzuki Tozo, E88 T Tachikawa Kiyoshi, E67 Taguchi Kazuo, D147 Tahara Tsuguo, E38 Tai Shonosuke, D135,E117 Taiheiki no hikaku bungakuteki kenkyu, D91 Taiheiyo sensoka no shi to shiso, F316 Taikei monogatari bungakushi, C97 Taisho bungaku no hikaku bungakuteki kenkyu, F254 Taisho bungakuron, F257 Taisho bungakushi, F252 Taisho haidanshi, F267 Taishoki no bungei hyoron, F251 Taisho no bungaku, F258 Taisho sakkaron, F265 Taisho tankashi, F266 Taishu bungaku, F135 Taishu bungakuron, F137 Taishu geino shiryo shusei, A104 Tajima Ikudo, C72 Takada Mamoru, E81,E82 Takada Mizuho, F39,F47 Takagi Ichinosuke zenshu, A41 Takagi Takeo, F140 Takahashi Gen, C124 Takahashi Kazuo, C15 Takahashi Mitsugu, C132 Takahashi Seiichiro, E155 Takami Jun, F270 Takamori Kuniaki,) F123 Takano Tatsuyuki, A82 Takasaki Masahide chosakushu, B24 Takasaki Masahide Hakushi kiju kinen ronbunshu, A59 Takasaki Ryuji, F318,F320,F322 Takata Mizuho, F260 Takeda Motoharu, D62 Takeda Yukichi chosakushu, B25 Takei Teruo hihyoshu, F333 137

Page  138 Takeishi Akio, D73,D77,D78,D121 Takeno Choji, B52 Taketori, Ise monogatari no sekai, C124 Taketori monogatari no kernkyu, C116 Takiguchi Hiroshi, E146 Takumi Hideo, F198,F199 Tamai Kosuke, C140,C141 Tamaoki Kunio, F45 Tamamura Takeji, D128 Tanabe Masao, B93 Tanaka Chikao, F185 Tanaka Eizo, F175 Tanaka Shin, E64 Tanaka Yutaka, DIO Tani Hiroshi, D7 Tanikawa. Tetsuzo, A29 Taniwaki Masachika, E78,E79 Tanizawa Eiichi, F21,F214,F251, F334 Tanka shiriizu: hito to sakuhin, F165 Tankyu Nihon bungaku: chuko chuseihen, C20 Tateyama. Zennoshin, D89 Taue kayo to girei no kenkyu, D79 Tauezoshi no kenkyu, D76 Teihon kindai tankashi, F158 Teihon senso bungakuron, F321 Tenkanki no bungaku, F205 Tenko bungakuron, F292 Tenko to dento shiso, F294 Tenko to romanshugi, F293 Tenmei bungaku, E36 Tenpyo geijutsu no kobo, B102 Terada Toru, D122,F141,F332 Teramoto Naohiko, C104 Terebi doramashi, F186 Teruoka Yasutaka, E152 Toida Michizo, D137,D140,D142 Toki Takeji, C118 Tokieda Motoki, A127 Tokieda. Motoki Hakushi ronbunshu, A127 Tokue Gensei, D136 Tokugawa jidai gengo no kenkyu, E51 Tokugawa jidai no geijutsu to shakai, E3 Tokugawa jidai shuppansha, shuppanbutsu shuran, E171 Tokugawa shisoshi kenkyu, E38 Tokumitsu Kyuya, B319,B20,B358 Tomoda Kichinosuke, B61 Tonomura Hisae, D72 Torikaebaya monogatari no kenkyu, C119 Tsuchihashi Yutaka, B66,B67,B68 Tsuda Sokichi, A17,A22 Tsujihashi Saburo, F37 Tsuj'imori Shuei, Elli Tsukiji shogekijo no jidai, F179 Tsukudo Reikan chosakushu, D124 Tsumoto Nobuhiro, C147 Tsunoda Bun'ei, C9 Tsunoda Ichiro, E134 Tsurezuregusa bungaku no sekai, A29 Tsurezuregusa koza, D114 Tsurezuregusa no kansho to hihyo, D116 Tsurezuregusa o yomu, D117 Tsuruoka Yoshihisa, F316 Tsutsumi chunagon monogatari no kenkyu, C118 Tsuzuki Hisayoshi, F319 U Uchida Takeshi, E87 Ueda Akinari, E84 Ueda Akinari kenkyu josetsu, E82 Ueda Akinari nenpu kosetsu, E81 Ueda Masaaki, B34,B38 Ueda Miyoji, D115 Uegaki Setsuya, B65 Uemura Etsuko, C31 Ueno Osamu, C75 Uesato Shunsei, E169 Ukiyoe, E161 (Shinshu) Ukiyoe 25Onen, E155 Ukiyozoshi no kenkyu, E58 Usuda Jingoro, A21, C57 Usui Tadao, F166 Usui Yoshimi, F18, F71, F252 Utagaki no kenkyu, B72 Utamonogatari to sono shuhen, C83 Utsuho monogatari, Nakano, C123 Utsuho monogatari, Noguchi, C122 Utsumi Shigetaro, E133 Uwayokote Masataka, D88 w Wada Kazuo, C68 Wada Kingo, F232 Wada Shigejiro, F238 Wada Toshio, A88 Wajima Yoshio, E164 Waka bungaku hattatsushiron, A76 Waka bungaku koza, A72 Waka bungaku no sekai, A74 Waka bungaku shiron, C50 Waka jutteiron kenkyu, D48 Wakamori Taro chosakushu, A149 Waka no rekishi, A73 Waka renga no kenkyu, D54 Wakashi, A69 Waka to shusei bungaku, D55 Wakon yosai no keifu, E237 Warera no bungaku, F325 138

Page  139 Washiyama Jushin, E83 Watanabe Junzo, F158 Watanabe Minoru, C33 Watanabe Shogo, B72,D79 Watsuji Tetsuro, A19,E122 Y Yagi Haruo, F197 Yagi Tsuyoshi, C135 Yajima Genryu, E171 Yamada Iwao, D46 Yamada Seiichi, C120,C121 Yamada Seizaburo, F53 Yamaguchi Akiho, D44 Yamaguchi Hiroshi, C54,C56 Yamaguchi Izumo, B35,B49,B96 Yamaguchi Takeshi chosakushu, E23 Yamaguchi Tokuhei chosakushu, A40 Yamaji Maki, C32 Yamamoto Kasho, E108,E109 Yamamoto Kenkichi, F127,F171 Yamamoto Masahide, F118,F119 Yamamoto Yuiichi, E96,EIO1 Yamamoto Yutaka, C16,C24,C125 Yamanoguchi Baku, A29 Yamashita Hiroaki, D82 Yamashita Takeshi, E165 Yamatoe no kenkyu, C159 Yamatoe to senki monogatari, C157 Yamoto Tadayoshi, F268 Yanagida Izumi, F206,F207,F231,F233 Yanagita Kunio, AI11,A112,A113 Yanase Kazuo, D56,D96,E11O,F167 Yasuda Takeshi, F321 Yasuda Yasuo, F105 Yasuraoka Kosaku, D12,D13 Yokoi Kiyoshi, D152 Yokoyama Kuniharu, E62 Yokoyama Tadashi, E136,E140,E141 Yokyoku sakusha no kenkyu, D143 Yomihon no kenkyu, E62 Yonehara Masayoshi, D19 Yoshida Chieo, F187 Yoshida Kenkichi., F179 Yoshida Seiichi, F8.,F28,F219,F226,F256 Yoshida Seiichi chosakushu, F95 Yoshie Hisaya, E73 Yoshikawa Kojiro, E42 Yoshimoto Takaaki, B71,F343 Yoshitake Yoshinori, FIO1,F103,F109 Yuda Yoshio., E139 Yuzawa Kokichiro, D41,E50,E51 z Zadankai Meiji bungakushi, F208 Zadankai Taisho bungakushi, E253 Zappaishi no kenkyu, E97 Zen'eishi undoshi no kenkyu, F149 Zenshu gendai bungaku no hakken, F86 Zoho Showa kokumin bungaku zenshu, F290 Zoku to mujo, D115 Zusetsu Nihon shorniin seikatsushi, A142 139

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