Folk legends from Tono : Japan's spirits, deities, and phantastic creatures 遠野拾遺物語

書誌事項

Folk legends from Tono : Japan's spirits, deities, and phantastic creatures = 遠野拾遺物語

collected by Yanagita Kunio and Sasaki Kizen ; translated and edited by Ronald A. Morse ; illustrations by Marjorie C. Leggitt

Rowman & Littlefield, c2015

  • : pbk
  • : cloth

タイトル別名

遠野物語拾遺 = Tono monogatari shui

Tōno monogatari

タイトル読み

Folk legends from Tono : Japan's spirits, deities, and phantastic creatures = トオノ シュウイ モノガタリ

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Includes index

"This 1935 supplementary collection of 299 tales is referred to in Japanese as 『遠野物語拾遺』(Tono monogatari shui). In English, the translator has titled this supplementary collection Folk legends from Tono : Japan's spirits, deities, and phantastic creatures."-- T.p. verso

内容説明・目次

内容説明

Boldly illustrated and superbly translated, Folk Legends from Tono captures the spirit of Japanese peasant culture undergoing rapid transformation into the modern era. This is the first time these 299 tales have been published in English. Morse's insightful interpretation of the tales, his rich cultural annotations, and the evocative original illustrations make this book unforgettable.

目次

Preface Map Japan's Traditional Spirit World Chapter One: Biology and Human Emotions Chapter Two: Souls Adrift between Two Worlds Chapter Three: Family, Kinship, and Household Deities Chapter Four: Sidestepping Misfortune and Evil Chapter Five: Survival on the Edge Chapter Six: Tracking Nature's Trickster Animals Chapter Seven: Glimpses of Modern Monsters Chapter Eight: No Spirit Forgotten Appendix A: Sasaki Kizen: A Brief Biography of Japan's Grimm Appendix B: Background to the Book Glossary and Topical Index About the Author

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