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  1. Akutagawa bungaku no shuhen (Akutagawa Ryunosuke sakuhinron shusei) (Japanese Edition)
  2. Akutagawa Ryunosuke sakuhin kenkyu (Japanese Edition) by Akifu Kasai, 1993
  3. Akutagawa Ryunosuke no Kurisuto-zo: Oreta hashigo to to Emao no tabibitotachi (Japanese Edition) by Zenya Sato, 1997
  4. Akutagawa Ryunosuke (Iwanami shinsho. Shin akaban) (Japanese Edition) by Yasuyoshi Sekiguchi, 1995
  5. Akutagawa Ryunosuke: Sakka to sono jidai (Nihon bungaku kenkyu shiryo shinshu) (Japanese Edition)
  6. Soei: Akutagawa Ryunosuke to otto Hiroshi (Japanese Edition) by Ruriko Akutagawa, 1984
  7. Der Aphorismus ALS Epos Bei Akutagawa Ryunosuke: Eine Gesamtdeutung Aus Der Perspektive Der Aphoristischen Tradition Im Deutschen Sprachraum by Dietmar Heidenreich, 1997-01
  8. Akutagawa Ryunosuke Tanpen (Japanese Edition) by Ryunosuke Akutagawa, 2007-06
  9. A Fool's Life by Ryunosuke Akutagawa, 2007-01-01
  10. Japanese Short Stories. by RyUnosuke, Akutagawa, 1970-01
  11. Toshishun : ? ? ? by Ryunosuke Akutagawa, 2005
  12. The Nose : ? by Ryunosuke Akutagawa, 2005
  13. Cogwheels and Other Stories by Akutagawa Ryunosuke, 1982
  14. Toshishun: The Chinese Tale of the Prodigal Young Man and the Hermit by Ryunosuke Akutagawa, 2003-12

21. Japanese3
Published in Aim, Spring 1999 JAPAN'S EDGAR ALLAN POE. If you like Edgar AllanPoe's short stories, you'll probably also enjoy those of akutagawa ryunosuke.
Published in Aim , Spring 1999 JAPAN'S EDGAR ALLAN POE If you like Edgar Allan Poe's short stories, you'll probably also enjoy those of Akutagawa Ryunosuke. As many of us consider Poe our greatest short story writer, in Japan many consider Akutagawa theirs. And he has a remarkable number of other things in common with Poe. In spite of what might first appear to be polar differences, even their lives were similar. Poe was born in Boston on January 19, 1809, and died in Baltimore, on October 7, 1849, so lived only forty yearsa short and troubled life. His parents were traveling actors, but both died before Poe was three. He was then adopted by the John Allans, who lived in England through his grade-school years. But in his teens he became alienated from his adoptive father, and was finally disinherited by him. It also seemed that, not only his mother and foster mother, but all the women closest to Poe died lingering deaths of tuberculosis. When his young wife slowly coughed out her life in his arms, it left him devastated. Struggling with such problems, Poe began to drink, and, more than once, attempted suicide. In somewhat mysterious circumstances, he was found ill and delirious on the streets of Baltimore and taken to the hospital where he diedat forty. Akutagawa Ryunosuke was born in Tokyo on March 1, 1892, so 83 years after Poeat the other end of the 19th century and in Japan, at the other end of the world. But it was a Japan that was rapidly becoming westernized, which included an increased reading interest in western writers. He, too, was adopted, because his parents were older people, and his mother was committed to a mental institution shortly after he was born. He was taken into the home of, and later adopted by, his mother's brother. He grew up suffering much the same kind of family rejection Poe had suffered. Moreover, given his mother's condition, he was always fearful about his own sanity. Finally, after several failed attempts, Akutagawa did, in fact, commit suicide, July 24, 1927, when he was only thirty-five. So he lived an even shorter, and perhaps even more tormented, life than Poe did.

22. Ryunosuke Akutagawa Books
Ryunosuke Akutagawa Books. By Ryunosuke, Akutagawa. Hell Screen ( jigoku Hen )By Ryunoske Akutagawa, Ryunosuke Akutagawa (hardcover January 1971).
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Rashomon And Other Stories
By Ryunosuke Akutagawa, Et Al (paperback - December 1999) Kappa: A Satire
By Ryunosuke Akutagawa, Geoffrey Bownas (translator) (paperback - December 1971) Rashomon Y Otros Cuentos
By Ryunosuke Akutagawa (paperback - December 1998) Hell Screen Cogwheels A Fools Life
By Ryunosuke Akutagawa, Et Al (paperback - April 1988) Exotic Japanese Stories
By Ryunosuke Akutagawa Tutze-chun
By Ryunosuke Akutagawa Japanese Short Stories.
By Ryunosuke, Akutagawa Hell Screen ("jigoku Hen")
By Ryunoske Akutagawa, Ryunosuke Akutagawa (hardcover - January 1971)
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The Blue Hood
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Ueda Akinari
Shuzenji's Tale
Okamoto Kidou
Denkichi's revenge
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Father came home
by Kikuchi Kan
Princess in Rokunomiya by Akutagawa Ryunosuke Madonna in black by Akutagawa Ryunosuke The Chamomile Grave by Ito Sachio The First Dream from "Ten Dreams" by Natsume Souseki Acorns from "Essays by Terada Torahiko " The abandoned child By Akutagawa Ryunosuke revised edition! Beyond revenge by Kikuchi Kan revised edition! A tale of revenge by Akutagawa Ryunosuke The biography of a great archer by Nakajima Atsushi revised edition! The Third Dream from "Ten dreams" by Natsume Soseki revised edition!
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24. AAS Abstracts: Japan Session 10
Shadowy Dragons and Doppelgangers akutagawa ryunosuke and the DoubleJeopardy of Writing. Gerald Figal, Lewis and Clark College.
Organizer: Noriko Aso University of Chicago
Chair: Yoshikuni Igarashi, Vanderbilt University
Discussant: Motoo Kobayashi, University of Washington The anxiety of cultural influence in modern Japan has often taken the form of a claim that modern Japanese culture, whether as "modern" or self consciously "Japanese," is little more than an imitation or repetition of other or previous authentic cultural productions. However, by closely examining the function of mimesis in three moments of self-representation, the members of this panel will show how apparent repetition is often at the heart of creating new cultural forms. Yoshikuni Igarashi finds that the doubling or mimesis and the highlighted role of the senses in the mystery stories of Edogawa Ranpo reveal a shift in subject position closely intertwined with the rise of mass formations in the 1920s. Gerald Figal also treats the theme of doubling in his study of tales of the fantastic by Akutagawa Ryunosuke. A desire to establish his name coupled with anxiety regarding his relation to the mass audiences of the Taisho Period inform the complex dynamics of his work. Noriko Aso looks at self-representation on the national level in the form of the prewar Japanese national treasure system. Inspired by and in competition with Western models of "civilization," Japanese bureaucrats constructed a Japanese aesthetic both as international cultural capital and as a means of unifying the Japanese populace.

25. Session 55:
meaning. Caught Between Inspiration and the Institution The Madnessof akutagawa ryunosuke. Pamela AbeeTaulli, Independent Scholar.
Interarea: Table of Contents
Session 55: Authorizing Madness: Insanity and the Creation of Meaning in Modern Japan and China
Organizer: Pamela Abee-Taulli , Independent Scholar Chair: Mary Jacob , Princeton University Discussant: Philip F. C. Williams , Arizona State University insanity, and, on the other, meanings assigned by insanity. It addresses what is called the "modern" construction of madness in post-Restoration Japan; and it explores the authority of the mad voice in twentieth-century writing in Japan and China. Susan Burns’ paper introduces the historical context of so-called "modern" notions of insanity through her examination of transformation and continuity in the debate over proper treatment of the phenomenon known as monotsuki , or animal or spirit possession, in early-modern Japan. Mary Jacob examines the work of four contemporary Chinese writers in which the present is given meaning through a fictional portrayal of madness which serves to reintegrate the past into collective consciousness.
Caught Between Inspiration and the Institution: The Madness of Akutagawa Ryunosuke
Pamela Abee-Taulli , Independent Scholar In both pre-modern and modern Japan, mental infirmity was constructed as a sort of genius, a super-sensibility that reaches beyond ordinary perception. In the former there was a conception of madness as divine inspiration; while the latter period saw the appropriation of the nineteenth-century western idea of mental and physical instability as a key to the realm of the unconscious.

26. Japanese Literature
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Japanese Literature [N.B.] The surnames of Japanese authors are indicated with all capital letters.
Akutagawa Ryunosuke Akutagawa Ryunosuke Download a (Japanese) copy of Akutagawa's Rashomon here
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The World of Kenji Miyazawa
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27. Ryunosuke Akutagawa
Parallelisms in the Literary Vision of Sin DoubleReadings of Natsume Sosekiand Nathaniel Hawthorne, akutagawa ryunosuke and Ambrose Bierce, and H.
Ryunosuke Akutagawa
Rashomon and Other Stories Tutze-Chun Rashomon y Otros Cuentos Japanese Short Stories. Exotic Japanese Stories Rashomon and Other Stories Kappa : A Satire Parallelisms in the Literary Vision of Sin : Double-Readings of Natsume Soseki and Nathaniel Hawthorne, Akutagawa Ryunosuke and Ambrose Bierce, and H The Essential Akutagawa: Rashomon, Hell Screen, Cogwheels, A Fool's Life and Other Short Fiction Hell Screen Cogwheels a Fools Life Akutagawa and Dazai : Instances of Literary Adaptation Authors: A

Vol.38 No.4 November/December 2002 TRAVEL. An Introduction to akutagawa ryunosuke'sShangai Ramble. By Burritt Sabin. The Bund in Shanghai in the 1930s.
Vol.38 No.4 November/December 2002
An Introduction to Akutagawa Ryunosuke's Shangai Ramble
By Burritt Sabin
The Bund in Shanghai in the 1930s Japan’s modern association with Shanghai began with the Supplementary Treaty of Commerce between China and Japan signed in 1896. The treaty gave the Japanese the right to trade and manufacture at all the treaty ports, of which Shanghai had been one since November 1843.
Shanghai is under 800 kilometers from Nagasaki, and Japanese relocated there in droves. A 1930 census ranked them first in population (18,796) among Shanghai’s foreign groups. Japanese small traders and shopkeepers
formed a colony near the Hongkew market, a short distance north of the Bund, across the Garden Bridge. Japanese hotels, stores, and restaurants
lined nearby Woosung and Boone Roads, and bars and geisha houses mixed with
Chinese shops on Broadway.
Japanese taipans eschewed “Little Tokyo,” as the Japanese colony was known, for villas in the French Concession. The Mitsui manager’s cherry trees drew blossom viewers from the entrepreneurial class in spring. The Japanese Consul held summer garden parties on the lawn falling to the river. “Foreigners considered Japanese honorary Westerners,” writes Harriet Sergeant in Shanghai. Japanese sat on the Shanghai Municipal Council and could sit, as members, at the world’s longest bar in that most British of institutions, the Shanghai Club.
Shanghai was cosmpolitan, free-wheeling, and, some said, decadent (Hendrik de Leuw, in his Cities of Sin, ranked it with Suez or Port Said) owing to the influx of White Russian women following the revolution of 1917. Its liberal atmosphere attracted Japanese homosexuals, dancers, and jazzmen-the sorts of people under the militarist’s thumb.

Fuji for nearly two decades, TRAVEL, 35. An Introduction to akutagawa ryunosuke'sShangai Ramble, Burritt Sabin. A Shangai Ramble, akutagawa ryunosuke.
Vol.38 No.4 November/December 2002
Back from Kim Jong II's Korea SELECTIONS The Great Gloat Suzuki Toshio The Activist Archives Kanagawa Article 9 Association Miss Lonely Hearts: Roppongi Edition '02 After 5, Club VIP Royal Escort SOCIETY Shadows of Doubt in the Japanese Legal System Thomas Dillon Where justice is never blind...only one-eyed Did She Do it ? Thomas Dillon Anatomy of a grisly crime BOOKS Shedding Light on the City in Tokyo's Shadow Review by Mark Schreiber A Historical Guide to Yokohama: Sketches of the Twice-Risen Phoenix, by Burritt Sabin
JEWELS OF JAPAN - FULL ARTICLE ! The King of Shutter Henry Scott-Stokes A veteran financial journalists profiles Bunka Shutter Co., Ltd.
PICTORIAL The Man Who Shoots Fuji Catherine Makino Yasukawa Kenji has been photographing Mt. Fuji for nearly two decades TRAVEL An Introduction to Akutagawa Ryunosuke's Shangai Ramble Burritt Sabin A Shangai Ramble Akutagawa Ryunosuke The Japanese master storyteller's account of his Shangai sojourn in 1921 ARCHITECTURE Reflections on Architecture Maki Fumihiko Selections from the writings of a prominent Japanese architect URBAN LIFE Serviced Apartments in Tokyo Kobayashi Motoki One way to live the good life in Tokyo VIDEO - FULL ARTICLE !

30. Akutagava Ryunoske
. . akutagawa ryunosuke //FremdsprachigeSchriftsteller. Leipzig VEB Bibliografisches Institut, 1971. S. 30-31.

The Project Gutenberg Etext of Rashomon by akutagawa ryunosuke Copyright laws arechanging all over the world, be sure to check the copyright laws for your

32. Dogwood Blossoms Issue 4
Original Haiku by our subscribers IV. Haiku of akutagawa ryunosuke Nori Matsui V. A request for comment Logos Haiku Circle VI.
Gar-Note: This was from the "Out my window" assignment) Crook-winged cruisers glide, White against a fading sky, Sailing coastal winds. From: NORIM@EARLHAM.BITNET Japanese and English translations both by Nori... 1. shiba karite By lawn-mowing aoku somareru dyed in green kora no ashi children's feet 2. Uroko gumo Cirro-cumulus kuruma jiko nite a car accident ita ita shi feel painful 3. kantaroupe Cantalope tsuyoi kaori ni its strong aroma suki kirai some likes it, others dislike From: Doyle Cozadd Chasing lightning bugs... OW! SLAP! Mosquito's last meal! Night meditations! From: Gary Gach my dad's 80th birth date ... he gets up, goes out, brings back the morning paper . From: Mykel Board

33. A Hundred Harvests: Japanese Collections
akutagawa ryunosuke, a star short story writer of contemporary Japan wrotethis story Haha (Mother) for a leading literary journal Chuo koron. .
Japanese Collections
Hayashi, Yoshinaga. Tenpo Edo Oezu (Map of Edo) . Zoho Edo oezu : saru sangatsu aratame gomon eiri. [Kyoto] : Hayashi-shi Yoshinaga, Enpo 8 [1680]. 1 map : hand col. ; 123 x 150 cm., folded in cover 26 x 19 cm.
In 1952, East Asian Library acquired 2,300 maps from Edo and Meiji eras. Shown here is an example of Edo (Tokyo) map.
Akutagawa, Ryunosuke, 1892-1927. Haha. Manuscript of Ryunosuke Akutagawa's short novel, Haha. Akutagawa Ryunosuke, a star short story writer of contemporary Japan wrote this story "Haha (Mother)" for a leading literary journal "Chuo koron."
Eiga monogatari. Publisher and date unknown.
"Eiga monogatari (A tale of flowering fortunes)" is a historical tale of the 11th century. The first 30 chapters are often attributed to Akazome Emon, and the last 10 to Idewa no Ben. It is the first historical work written in the Kana syllabary. It is also the first of the rekishi monogatari genre, which are fictionalized or embellished accounts of historical events and figures. Eiga was translated into English by Berkeley's professors, William H. and Helen Craig McCullough.
Kitao, Masayoshi, 1764-1824. Edo ichimoku no zu (Bird's-eye view map of Edo).

34. The 20th Century Stamp Series 3
C1739e Rashomon by akutagawa ryunosuke, C1739f Postal Life Insurance(1916), C1739g Dr.Yoshino, Taisho Democracy, C1739h Rice Riots (1918).
The 20th Century Stamp Series 3
C1729a-b : Tokyo Railway Station (1914) : World War I : Western Hair Styles :"Rashomon" by
Akutagawa Ryunosuke : Postal Life
Insurance (1916) : Dr.Yoshino,
Taisho Democracy : Rice Riots
C1729i-j : Takehisa Yumeji
Issue The 20th Century Stamp Series 3 Date of Issue 22 October 1999 (Heisei 11) Denominations 50 yen x 2: ( C1729i-j
80 yen x 8: ( C1729a-h Quantity 7,000,000 copies each (7,000,000 sheets) Designs : Tokyo Railway Station (A) : Tokyo Railway Station (A) :World War I : Western
Hair Styles : "Rashomon" by
Akutagawa Ryunosuke : Postal Life
Insurance Service : Dr. Yoshino Sakuzou,
Taisho Democracy : Rice Riots : Painting by Takehisa Yumeji : Portrait of Takehisa Yumeji Image Area 28.05 x 36.5 millimeters : 24.5 x 36.5 millimeters Printing Photogravure in 6 colours Sheet A sheet of ten stamps ( Picture of the sheet Sheet Size 140.25 x 212.5 millimeters Design Morita Motoharu First Day of Issue Postmark Osaka Central Post Office The data are based on MPT's Publicity. (Back to Menu) (Small Notes for the Issue) A sheet of ten stamps consisting of two 50 yen and eight 80 yen stamps was issued to commemorate the 20th century. The third one depicts the eight subjects, which represent the years 1914 to 1920. C1729a-b : Tokyo Railway Station Opened in 1914, the building wad designed by Tatsuno Kingo (1854-1919). It is generally believed that Amsterdam Station is the model for the station. The stamp depicts "

35. Kilder
Kilder akutagawa ryunosuke zenshu vol.18 Chikuma Shobo, Tokyo 1964. RyunosukeAkutagawa Helvedsskærmen Hasselbalch, København 1958.
Kilder Akutagawa Ryunosuke zenshu vol.1-8
Chikuma Shobo, Tokyo 1964 Modern Japanese Literature in Translation
a Bibliography compiled by The International House of Japan Library
Kodansha International LTD
1.ed. 1979
ISBN 0-87011-339-9
LCC 78-66395
JBC 1591-786742-2361
Japans stemme
Tales Grotesque and Curious by Akutagawa

The Hokuseido Press, Tokyo 1930 The three treasures and other stories The Hokuseido Press, Tokyo 1944 Rashomon and other stories Tuttle, Tokyo 1952 Japanese Short Stories by Akutagawa Liveright Publishing Corporation, New York 1961 Posthumous works of Ryunosuke Akutagawa Tenri, Tenri Jihosa, Japan 1961 Exotic japanese stories, by Akutagawa Liveright Publishing Corporation, New York 1964 Rashomon, et autres contes Gallimard, Paris 1965 Ryunosuke Akutagawa: Kappa Tuttle, Tokyo 1971 Volk und Welt, Berlin 1975 Ryunosuke Akutagawa: Hell Screen, Cogwheels, A fools life. Eridanos Press,Hygiene, Colorado 1987 The spiders thread and other stories Kodansha, Tokyo 1987 The picture of a quagmire Eigo Seinen v.44 no.8 no.9 1921 Christ in Nanking The reeds v.6 1960

36. Gamla Artiklar: Tidskriften Orientaliska Studier
Vargö, Lars, Om akutagawa ryunosuke, s. 55, Japan. Ryunosuke, Akutagawa,Spindeltråden (övers. Akutagawa, Ryunosuke, Spindeltråden, s. 2224.
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  • 37. Syllabus For EAJ 410
    _Yume Juya_ 193119435 10 T Natsume Soseki's _Yume Juya_ 2061-20747 12 Th Quizon Natsume Soseki's _Yume Juya_ None 17 T akutagawa ryunosuke's _Chuto_ 2071
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    38. Studies On Modern Japanese Literary Works By Personal Computers¡¡A Database Of
    009. Studies on Modern Japanese Literary Works by Personal computersA Database of akutagawa ryunosuke Novels. Uemura Kazumi ?1.
    Last Update¡§Tue Jun 19 14:34:26 2001 IPSJ SIGNotes Computer and Humanities Abstract No.026 - 009
    Studies on Modern Japanese Literary Works by Personal computers¡¡A Database of AKUTAGAWA Ryunosuke Novels
    Uemura Kazumi
    Shakaihoken Kobe nursing vocational school
    Lexicographical study of literary works has traditionally been performed manually using paper cards. This is time-consuming and collecting data itself has often been turned into the objective, not the means, of the research. While studying color terms in novels by AKUTAGAWA Ryunosuke, I have constructed a database of his novels on a personal computer in order to facilitate the research. In doing so, I have encountered with a variety of problems concerning input itself and the processing of Japanese data. In this paper, I would like to discuss issues concerning use of personal computers for studying Japanese literary works.
    ¢¬Index SIGNotes Computer and Humanities No.026
    IPSJ SIGNotes Computer and Humanities Contents Web Members Service Menu Notice on SIG Notes : The SIG Notes manuscripts are equivalent to technical reports published by universities and research institutes. They are nonrefereed and hence may later appear in any journals, conferences, symposia, etc.

    39. Harapan's Bookshelf: Japanese Ghost Stories
    Many Japanese writers wrote novels based on Konjaku Monogatari, suchas Rasyomon by akutagawa ryunosuke. Konjaku MonogatariShu
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    last updated on Lafcadio Hearn Ugetu Monogatari Konjaku Monogatari Izumi Kyoka ... Others Lafcadio Hearn
    Lafcadio Hearn is well-known in his Japanese name, Koizumi Yagumo. Actually, I never doubted that Koizumi Yagumo was a born-Japanese. His famous Kwaidan, or Japanese ghost stories are so "Japanese" and it really scared me. When my brother told me that Koizumi Yagumo is actually a Western people, I didn't believe it at first...
    He was born in 1850 in Greek, his mother's country. Educated in his father's country, Ireland, he went to USA when he was 19 years old. He worked as a journalist in New Orleans, then came to Japan and became an English teacher in Matsue, Shimane prefecture in 1890. He married with Yae Koizumi and got Japanese citizenship. Kwaidan includes ghost stories like Earless Ho Ichi, a Biwa (Japanese PiPa) player and story teller of famous Heike legends, who was possessed by Heike (the warrior family once governed Japan then defeated) warriors' ghosts because of his talent, and Mujina, bewitched raccoon dogs which scare people to death. Koizumi Yagumo is more Japanese than Japanese... Koizumi Yagumo is still popular in Japan (and I believe a lot of people still believe that he is a born-Japanese...).

    40. Akutagawa Ryunosuke - Narrativa Straniera - Libri - Editoria, Radio & Tv - 2001t
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