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Okagami, the Great Mirror

Fujiwara Michinaga (Michigan Classics in Japanese Studies)

by Helen Craig McCullough

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Published by University of Michigan Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Asian / Middle Eastern history,
  • Japan - History,
  • History - General History,
  • History: World,
  • Japan,
  • Okagami,
  • Asia - Japan,
  • History,
  • Heian period, 794-1185,
  • åOkagami

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages381
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8418870M
    ISBN 100939512505
    ISBN 109780939512508
    OCLC/WorldCa22662829

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It is said to be a successor (世継物語, yotsugi monogatari) with the records of the Eiga Monogatari. In the tale, the writer listens to a conversation mainly led by a year-old man, Ōyake no.

OKAGAMI, The Great Mirror Helen Craig McCullough Published by Princeton University Press McCullough, Helen Craig. OKAGAMI, The Great Mirror: Fujiwara Michinaga () and His by: 6. Presented here in a new and complete translation is the Japanese classic Okagami, an historical talc that mirrors a man's life and the times in which he lived.

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Nielsen Book Data) Summary The first complete translation of Nanshoku okagami by Ihara Saikaku (), this is a collection of 40 stories describing homosexual love affairs between samurai men and boys and between young. Shirome (白女) was a minor female Japanese waka poet, who lived during the 10th century AD.

She was born in Eguchi, Settsu Province (摂津国江口, modern day Osaka) and thought to be a daughter of a minor aristocrat Settsunokuni Tamabuchi (摂津国玉淵).

[citation needed] Her occupation was an asobi/yujo (遊女), which later in history meant a common prostitute however during Heian. The Great Mirror of Male Love (Nanshoku okagami).

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ISBN: Books 1. OKAGAMI, The Great Mirror: Fujiwara Michinaga () and His Times Helen Craig McCullough Presented here in a new and complete translation is the Japanese classic Okagami, an historical talc that mirrors a man's life and the times in which he lived. Stories from the Nanshoku Okagami--by Ihara Saikaku () Adapted from the translation by Edward Powys Mathers.

It is my honor and pleasure to present here three selected tales from the Nanshoku Okagami, "Great Mirror of Male Love", written by Ihara Saikaku and first published in If you had never heard of this Edo Period Japanese classic before it was referenced in Samurai.

Shinju is also seen in Japanese literary works such as the seventeenth century book, “Shikido okagami” (Great Mirror of the Art of Love), written by Fujimoto Kizan ().

This novel describes the ins and outs of life during the Edo Period within the pleasure districts. OKAGAMI, The Great Mirror: Fujiwara Michinaga () and His Times Book Presented here in a new and complete translation is the Japanese classic Okagami, an historical talc that mirrors a man's life and the times in which he lived.5/5(1).

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Stanford Libraries' official online search tool for books, media, journals, databases, government documents and more. Saikaku was the first to actually do so. As a popular writer, Saikaku wanted to entertain his readership. When he undertook the writing of Nanshoku okagami init was with the express purpose of extending his readership and satisfying his ambition to be published in the three major cities of his day, Kyoto, Osaka, and : Paul Gordon Schalow; Ihara Saikaku.

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Works currently appear in print in three series (Michigan Monograph Series in. The episode is recounted in Book Two of the late eleventh-century The Great Mirror (Okagami), a historical tale about the regent Fujiwara Michinaga () and his times. In the story, there are three boats--the boat for Chinese poetry (kanshi).

Nanshoku Okagami (the Great Mirror of Male Love), published in and available in a fine translation by Paul Gordon Schalow, is a collection of love stories, some requited and others not, between samurai warriors and Buddhist monks, actors, and townspeople.

Now available in multiple translations, the book is an almost unbelievable artifact. These included the 'Eiga monogatari' (Tale of Splendor), which focused on the Fujiwara house during the height of its power.

Another well-written romance, the 'Okagami' (Great Mirror), was a romantic treatment of historic fact, and one of the first books of historical fiction.3/5(1).The Great Mirror Of Male Love by Saikaku, Ihara/ Schalow, Paul Gordon (Trn) The first complete translation of Nanshoku okagami by Ihara Saikaku (), this is a collection of 40 stories describing homosexual love affairs between samurai men and boys and between young kabuki actors and their middle-class patrons.Start studying HIST Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools.

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