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January 17, 1995 by RoutledgeCurzon .
Written in English
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Get this from a library! Glimpses of unfamiliar Japan. [Lafcadio Hearn] -- As an interpreter of Japan to the West, Lafcadio Hearn was without parallel in his time. His numerous books about that country were read with a fascination that was a tribute to his keen powers of.
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Lafcadio Hearn: Japan's Great Interpreter: A New Anthology of His Writings 1st Edition by Louis Allen (Author), Jean Wilson (Author)Author: Lafcadio Hearn, Louis Allen, Jean Wilson. Extensive collection of excerpts. This collection of Lafcadio Hearn's writings, including ghost stories and letters, is published to mark the centenary of Hearn's arrival in Japan.
Hearn was the son of an Anglo-Irish surgeon major in the British army and a Greek mother and became famous as one of Japan's great interpreters, at a time when Japan was undergoing dramatic social change as a result of the modernization programme.
This collection of Lafcadio Hearn's writings, including ghost stories and letters, is published to mark the centenary of Hearn's arrival in Japan. Hearn was the son of an Anglo-Irish surgeon major in the British army and a Greek mother and became famous as one of Japan's great interpreters, at a time when Japan was undergoing dramatic social change as a result of the modernization programme begun in.
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Shop now. He became the great interpreter of things Japanese to the West. Lafcadio Hearn: Japans Great Interpreter book most famous work is a collection of lectures entitled Japan: An Attempt at Interpretation (published posthumously in ).
His other books on Japan include Glimpses of Unfamiliar Japan (), Out /5(16). Summary: This collection of Lafcadio Hearn's writings, including ghost stories and letters, is published to mark the centenary of Hearn's arrival in Japan.
Hearn was the son of an Anglo-Irish surgeon major in the British army and a Greek mother and became famous as one of Japan's "great interpreters".
Format: PaperbackVerified Purchase. Lafcadio Hearn is a notable person in Japan now and yesteryear. In for a month I lived in "his Matsue" and also nearby Yonago.
His tales of Fox are very relevant to this area with many shrines to foxes and in turn the many symbols for Fox from village by: Irish writer Lafcadio Hearn's Japanese descendant makes pilgrimage to Cong about in 14 books.
He became the foremost interpreter of that country’s extraordinary culture for readers in the. Lafcadio Hearn: Interpreter of Japan 5 having able friends and an intelligent and devoted wife.
About the Author Lafcadio Hearn was one of the first great interpreters of things Japanese for Western readers. His keen intellect, poetic imagination and clear style have ensured him a devoted readership for more than a century. /5(19). In Ghostly Japan [Lafcadio Hearn] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
In Ghostly Japan. Lafcadio Hearn was one of the first interpreters of Japan I was introduced to in college, and Donald Richie was one of the most influential scholars of Japan that I personally felt close to. The fact that Tuttle chose to release the works of the former selected and introduced by the latter, made this book an absolute must-have/5.
Truong’s delicate, impressionistic tale is broken into thirds, with each section narrated by a woman who at one time loved the man history will remember as Lafcadio Hearn, the 19th-century Author: Priya Parmar. MATSUE, SHIMANE PREF. – An improved English service offered by the great-grandson of Lafcadio Hearn, who wrote numerous books about Japan in the late 19th century, has helped to boost the number.
Lafcadio Hearn. Houghton, Mifflin, - Japan - pages. 0 Reviews. As an interpreter of Japan to the West, Lafcadio Hearn was without parallel in his time. His numerous books about that. A translator of Flaubert and Gautier, Hearn was the master of a gaudy and sometimes self-consciously decadent literary style, but he was also a tough-minded and keenly observant reporter, with an eye for the offbeat, the sensual, and occasionally the gruesome.
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Though we have made best efforts - the books may have occasional errors that do not impede the reading experience. We believe this work is culturally important and have elected to. Lafcadio Hearn has books on Goodreads with ratings. Lafcadio Hearn’s most popular book is Kwaidan: Stories and Studies of Strange Things.
Two books, three Lafcadio Hearns, Lafcadio Hearn's Japan, Irish Writing on Lafcadio Hearn and Japan. The Japan Times, J Lafcadio Hearn: interpreter of two disparate worlds, by Roger Pulvers, The Japan Times, Jan.
19, Hearn, Setsu, and Kajio in Kobe (photo courtesy of Toki Koizumi). 5 1/8 X 8. This collection of writings from Lafcadio Hern paints a rare and fascinating picture of pre-modern Japan.
Over a century after his death, author, translator, and educator Lafcadio Hearn remains one of the best-known Westerners ever to make Japan his home.
It is the longest of Hearn's books, and obviously a great deal of work went into though time has passed him by, "Japan: An Attempt at Interpretation" is still a valid, interesting book, both well-written and accurate. It DOES help explain Japanese interactions and culture/5(3). About the author () Lafcadio Hearn () was one of the first great interpreters of things Japanese for Western readers.
His keen intellect, poetic imagination, and clear style have. This collection of Japanese supernatural stories is a classic work in the field of Japanese horror.
Known primarily as an early interpreter of Japanese culture and customs, the famous writer 5/5(1). "In the letters [among] themselves, Lafcadio Hearn seems to have had a greater desire to visualize his mother than to seek the comradeship of a brother. The remote and inaccessible seemed always to be nearest his heart." - Henry Tracy Kneeland - "Lafcadio's Brother" Atlantic Monthly - "Dear Brother, - I waited very anxiously for your.
A discussion of one of the great interpreters of Japan. The Japanese have always revered Hearn and this book shows the West why he is revered. Experts look at his writings and discuss his integrity as an observer and interpreter of Japan and the Japanese.
"synopsis" may belong to. The Dream of Akinosuke is a Japanese folktale, made famous outside Japan by Lafcadio Hearn's translation of the story in Kwaidan: Stories and Studies of Strange Things. The story is said to bring together several strands of Japanese folklore, including the fact that even insects can manipulate the human soul.
The Dream of Akinosuke also references Horai, another Japanese folktale recorded by. Lafadico Hearn () was one of the first great interpreters of things Japanese for Western writers. Book is in English, dust jacket is in Japanese.
Signed by Hiro on half title page and inscribed in Japanese and dated Size: 8 1/2 h x 5 1/2w. Lafcadio Hearn, in his books the interpreter of the Japanese genius to the western world, held the chair of Englishliterature in the University of Tokyo from to It has not been sufficiently recognised that in his classroom for those six years he was the interpreter also of the western world to Japan.
At the turn of the twentieth century, Lafcadio Hearn () was instrumental in introducing Western readers to Japanese culture and literature. Raised in Dublin and a longtime resident of the United States, the writer, translator, and teacher arrived in Japan in and spent the rest of his life there.
Lafcadio Hearn () was born on the Greek island of Lefkas, the son of an Anglo-Irish surgeon in the British army and a Greek mother. After his parent's divorce when he was six, he was brought up in Dublin by a great aunt.
At the age of nineteen, he went to America, eventually ending up in New Orleans as a newspaper reporter. Japanologist Lafcadio Hearn has languished in relative obscurity outside of Japan. But with the recent publication of several books about his life.
During the latter half of the 19th century, American journalist Lafcadio Hearn became our nation's great interpreter of all things Japanese. His superb translation of 20 supernatural tales teems with undead samurais, man-eating goblins, and other terrifying demons.
Hearn, Lafcadio. & Wilson, Jean. & Allen, Louis. Lafcadio Hearn: Japan's great interpreter: a new anthology of his writings, / edited by Louis Allen & Jean Wilson Japan Library ; Distributed in the U.S.
by Talman Co Sandgate, Folkestone, Kent: New York. Wikipedia Citation. Lafcadio Hearn’s artful translations of traditional Japanese Ghost, stories are why they are known outside of Japan today.
In Part ll of Lafcadio Hearn’s A Dead Secret, I share one of my favorite ghost stories translated by him in his book, : Virginia Lamkin. Lafadico Hearn () was one of the first great interpreters of things Japanese for Western writers.
Book is in English, dust jacket is in Japanese. Signed by Hiro on half title page and inscribed in Japanese and dated To RE-EXAMINE LAFCADIO HEARN by perusing not only his published writings but also his scattered letters and manuscripts is a most timely endeavour and will surely prove to be most rewarding, now that Hearn's significance as Japan's great interpreter is being seriously reconsidered both in the West and in Japan.
Indeed, Hearn was that rara avis. Lafcadio Hearn's Japan An Anthology of His Writings on the Country and Its People (Book): Hearn, Lafcadio: Blackwell North AmerNearly one hundred years after his death, author, translator, and educator Lafcadio Hearn remains one of the best-known Westerners ever to make Japan his home.
His prolific writings on things Japanese helped shape Western views on Japan well into the 20th century. Lafcadio Hearn, the noted journalist, author, educator, translator, and interpreter of Japanese life and culture was closely associated with Cincinnati for a number of years. During the years that he lived here (), he contributed hundreds of articles about the city for the Cincinnati Enquirer and the Cincinnati Commercial.
Patrick Lafcadio Hearn (), also known as Koizumi Yakumo after gaining Japanese citizenship, was an author, best known for his books about Japan. He is especially well-known for his collections of Japanese legends and ghost stories, such as Kwaidan: Stories and Studies of Strange Things.
Hearn was born in Lefkada, one of the Greek Ionian Islands. In Ghostly Japan - Ebook written by Lafcadio Hearn. Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices.
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