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eBook Restless Spirits from Japanese Noh Plays of the Fourth Group: Parallel Translations with Running Commentary (Cornell East Asia Series) ePub

by Chifumi Shimazaki

  • ISBN: 0939657767
  • Category: Humanities
  • Subcategory: Other
  • Author: Chifumi Shimazaki
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Cornell University - Cornell East Asia Series; First Printing edition (March 31, 2010)
  • Pages: 276
  • ePub book: 1544 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1610 kb
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Restless Spirits from Ja. .has been added to your Cart. Her other publications include The Artistry of Aeschylus and Zeami: A Comparative Study of Greek Tragedy and Noh (Princeton 1989), and The Noh Ominameshi: A Flower Viewed from Many Directions.

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The fourth-group Noh, so designated because they are performed fourth in a formal five-Noh program, includes . Published February 28th 2010 by Cornell University - Cornell East Asia Series (first published December 15th 1995).

The fourth-group Noh, so designated because they are performed fourth in a formal five-Noh program, includes almost one hundred plays, and is a group of great variety: some plays are supernatural or visional, others realistic; their leading characters include deities, demons, ghosts, mad people, samurai, and street artists. Restless Spirits from Japanese Noh Plays of the Forth Group (Cornell East Asia Series Volume 76). ISBN. 0939657783 (ISBN13: 9780939657780).

The fourth-group Noh, so designated because they are performed fourth . Includes translations of four Noh chosen from the first four subgroups. Published March 31st 2010 by Cornell University - Cornell East Asia Series (first published June 1998).

The Chifumi Shimazaki Noh translations go all the way back to 1972 beginning with her volume, God Noh .

The Chifumi Shimazaki Noh translations go all the way back to 1972 beginning with her volume, God Noh (published by Hinoki Shoten of Tokyo), which has been out of print (and whatever scarce copies appear on the used market sell at premium prices). SUPERNATURAL BEINGS is an extraordinary volume for many reasons. Not only are the translations themselves powerful and lyrical, they are accompanied in a running column of side notes with elaborate stage directions as well as indications of the style of the dance and libretto declamation (sung or spoken) of the particular passage.

The fourth-group Noh, so designated because they are performed fourth in a formal five-Noh program, includes almost one hundred plays, and is a group of great variety: some plays are supernatural or visional, others realistic; their leading characters include deities, demons, ghosts, ma. Dividing them into nine sub-groups, the author fully analyses their dramatic characteristics.

Philosophy East and West 63 (2) (2013). Oxford: Blackwell, 1932. This article has no associated abstract.

Line-by-line translations of eight Noh representing all of the subgroups, together with the Romanized original Japanese texts, detailed introductions, and . Published by Cornell University East Asia Program, Ithaca, NY, 2012. Condition: Very Good Hardcover.

Published by Cornell University East Asia Program, Ithaca, NY, 2012.

This book is devoted to the Japanese Noh plays in the fourth group, a colorful assembly . Cornell University EAST Asia Program.

This book is devoted to the Japanese Noh plays in the fourth group, a colorful assembly of some 90 miscellaneous Noh performed fourth in a formal five-Noh program after the climax of the day's entertainment. While its predecessor (Restless Spirits from Japanese Noh Plays of the Fourth Group) deals with the first four of the nine subgroups into which the fourth-group Noh are divided, Troubled Souls includes six masterpieces chosen from the five remaining subgroups, which deal with fiendish women, mad persons, maskless samurai, street artists, and outcasts.

Recommend this journal. The Journal of Asian Studies.

The "fourth-group Noh," so designated because they are performed fourth in a formal five-Noh program, includes almost one hundred plays, and is a group of great variety: some plays are supernatural or visional, others realistic; their leading characters include deities, demons, ghosts, mad people, samurai, and street artists. Dividing them into nine sub-groups, the author fully analyses their dramatic characteristics. Includes translations of four Noh chosen from the first four subgroups. Format is line-by-line translation next to the Romanized Japanese text, with introduction and running commentary.