2 edition of Tales from the Japanese storytellers, as collected in the Hō-Dan-Zo found in the catalog.
Tales from the Japanese storytellers, as collected in the Hō-Dan-Zo
|Contributions||Henderson, Harold Gould,|
|LC Classifications||GR340 W47 1964|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 139 p.|
|Number of Pages||139|
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Get this from a library. Tales from the Japanese storytellers: as collected in the Hō-Dan-Zō. [Post Wheeler; Harold Gould Henderson]. Tales from the Japanese Storytellers As Collected in the Ho-Dan Zo book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers/5. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Wheeler, Post, Tales from the Japanese storytellers.
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Price New from Used from Hardcover "Please retry" $ $ Author: edited by Harold G. Henderson Wheeler, Post. Tales of Japan: Traditional Stories of Monsters and Magic (Book of Japanese Mythology, Folk Tales from Japan) Hardcover – Ap by Chronicle Books (Author), Kotaro Chiba (Illustrator) out of 5 stars ratings.
See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from/5(93). What a wonderful book. Tales of Japan is an illustrated collection of ancient Japanese folktales. Some of the stories are a bit silly, but some are truly fascinating. The storytelling represent the Japanese logic and imagination, which is quite different from us westerners (think of /5(43).
A representative sampling of Japanese folklore would definitely include the quintessential Momotarō (Peach Boy), and perhaps other folktales listed among the so-called "five great fairy tales" (五大昔話, Go-dai Mukashi banashi): the battle between The Crab and the Monkey, Shita-kiri Suzume (Tongue-cut sparrow), Hanasaka Jiisan (Flower-blooming old man), and Kachi-kachi Yama.
First published inthis is a book of "beautiful legends and fairy tales of Japan" that were collected, translated and retold by the author, Yei Theodora Ozaki. Source: F. Hadland Davis, Myths and Legends of Japan (London: George G. Harrap and Company, ), pp.
This is a type folktale. Davis entitles the story "The Rip van Winkle of Old Japan." Return to the table of contents. 4. Kintaro PIXTA. Kintaro, known as "Golden Boy," is a popular story among children, though it is well-known with all of Japan. While there are many versions of the story, the main premise is that Kintaro is a boy with super-strong powers who was brought up in.
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Other collections with a rich selection of Chinese folklore include A Chinese Wonder Book by Norman Hinsdale Pitman and Chinese Folk-Lore Tales. Tales of Japan: Traditional Stories of Monsters and Magic - Kindle edition by Chronicle Books, Chiba, Kotaro.
Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Tales of Japan: Traditional Stories of Monsters and s: Overview.
The fairy tale version has been translated as "The Accomplished and Lucky Teakettle" () by Mitford and as "The Wonderful Tea Kettle" () in the crepe-paper book series published by T. raccoon dog is ill-treated as a tea-kettle at a temple and sold off; it later performs a dance and tightrope walking routine, and the subsequent owner turned showman acquires great.
Japanese Tales of Lafcadio Hearn brings together twenty-eight of Hearn’s strangest and most entertaining stories in one elegant volume. Hearn’s tales span a variety of genres. Many are fantastical ghost stories, such as “The Corpse-Rider,” in which a man foils the attempts of.
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The book consists of 62, chronologically ordered remembrances by former Japanese soldiers and nurses who have fought in the Burma war. It has an informative introduction, some notes at the end providing additional data an context, and a few more-or-less useful maps/5(16).
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