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Japanese history & literature Classical Japan and The tale of the Genjii, Medieval Japan and Buddhism in literature, Tokugawa Japan and puppet theater, novels, and the haiku of Bashō

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Published by Columbia University"s Project on Asia in the Core Curriculum of Schools and Colleges, Annenberg/CPB Project in S. Burlington, VT .
Written in English


  • Japanese literature -- To 1868,
  • Japan -- History -- To 1868,
  • Japan -- Civilization -- To 1868

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Other titlesClassical Japan and The tale of the Genjii., Medieval Japan and Buddhism in literature., Tokugawa Japan and puppet theater, novels, and the haiku of Bashō., Japanese history and literature.
Statementcompiled and edited by Ninette R. Enrique ; Roberta Martin, project director.
ContributionsProject on Asia in the Core Curriculum of Schools and Colleges., Annenberg/CPB Project.
The Physical Object
Paginationvi, 170 p. :
Number of Pages170
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16316869M
ISBN 101559469021

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