Japanese literature, new and old, by Jun-ichirō Tanizaki [and others] Edited and translated by Ryōzō Matsumoto.
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English literature -- Translations from Japanese.
Japanese literature -- Translations into English.
x, 299,  p. ports. 29 cm.
Bibliography: p. [301-302]
Keikichi's temptation, by H. Kikuchi.--Pleasure, by K. Nagai.--Lady Kesa and imperial guardsman Moritō, by R. Akutagawa.--Han's crime, by N. Shiga.--Tatoo, by J. Tanizaki.--The Neptune, by Y. Nogami.--The foxes, by Y. Nogami.--A cock horse, and other poems, by K. Takamura.--Fruits, by S. Masaoka.--Lady Kiritsubo; the first chapter of The tale of Genji, by Murasaki-Shikibu.--Selected pieces from The pillow notes, by Sei-Shōnagon.--Quotations from the Gleanings from my leisure hours, by Kenkō-Hōshi.--A trip to Sarashina, by B. Matsuo.--Books on Japanese arts and Japanese literary masterpieces, by R. Matsumoto (p. -)
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