International Japan-Studies No.3

Journal of International Japan-Studies, No.3

  • OGAWA Ken’ichi, The method and meaning of Royall Tyler’s translation of the  play Hanjo, pp. 21-38.
  • SHIKIMACHI Makiko, Steps toward reconciliation: humbled fathers and abused sons in Yoroboshi and King Lear, pp. 39-65.
  • KAWAI Osamu, The literature of Zainichi Koreans in the formative years after World War II as seen in Minshu Chōsen and Chōsen Bungei, pp. 67-82.
  • SUZUMURA Yusuke, The conflict between education and religion and the role of Meiji thinkers, pp. 83-97.
  • TAKAHASHI Sumiko, TAMURA Shōgyo’s “America”: America as destination, pp. 99-113.
  • KAIHO Hanano, YANAGI Muneyoshi and William Blake, pp. 115-128.
  • IMAIZUMI Takahiro, An exploration of universality and particularity of yūrei through a comparison of Japanese and Korean shamanism, pp. (61)-(89).
  • NUMATA Mari, Depictions of America in Genbaku literature: The works of HYASHI Kyōko, pp. (37)-(60).
  • PENG Dan, The Japanese character of The Tale of the Bamboo Cutter, pp. (21)-(36).
  • MATSUSHITA Natsumi, Trends in the Shingapore press as depicted in Japanese books of the prewar and wartime periods, pp. (1)-(20).