Jap. Literature

Modern Japanese Fiction by Year:
Part One (1885-1904) - Realism, Romanticism and Pseudo-Classicism
Part Two (1905-1911) - Naturalism and Anti-Naturalism
Part Three (1912-1922) - Aestheticism
Part Four (1923 -1929) - Modernism
Part Five (1930-1945) - Conservatism, Crisis and War
Part Six (1946-1950) - Decadents and Other Postwar Writers
Part Seven (1951-1955) -

Japanese Detective Novels
(1) Ooka Echizen and Kuroiwa Ruiko
(2) Hanshichi and Tanizaki Junichiro
(3) Edogawa Ranpo (1)
(4) Edogawa Ranpo (2)
(5) The Rivals of Edogawa Ranpo

The Hyakunin Isshu:
Hyakunin Isshu Introduction - Poem 1 - Poem 2 - Poem 3 - Poem 4 - Poem 5 - Poem 6 - Poem 7 - Poem 8 - Poem 9 - Poem 10 - Poem 11 - Poem 12 - Poem 13 - Poem 14 - Poem 15 - Poem 16 - Poem 17 - Poem 18 - Poem 19 - Poem 20 - Poem 21 - Poem 22 - Poem 23 - Poem 24 - Poem 25 - Poem 26 - Poem 27 - Poem 28 -


Haiku Travels
  1. Nihonmatsu / Kyotai (Kurozuka ya...)
  2. Dogo Onsen / Shiki (Junen no ase wo...)
  3. Shodo Island / Hosai (Iremono ga nai...)
  4. Hikone / Buson (Funazushi ya...)
  5. Kiyosumi Garden / Basho (Furu-ike ya...)
  6. Obuse / Issa (Hirowarenu kuri...)
  7. Sounkyo / Seison (Ten no sakeme...)
  8. Mt Bandai / Shuoshi (Rurinuma ni...)
  9. Shin-Yakushiji / Shuson (Keichitsu ya...)

Novels:

Abe Kobo: Stories
Abe Kobo: The Woman in the Dunes
Inoue: The Rooftile of Tempyo
Mishima: The Temple of the Golden Pavilion 
Mizukami: The Temple of the Wild Geese
Murakami: The Elephant Vanishes
Soseki: The Gate
Tanizaki: The Bridge of Dreams
Tanizaki: A Cat, a Man and Two Women (and other cat literature)
Tanizaki: A Portrait of Shunkin
Yoshida: Villain 

Foreign Writers on Japan:
Haylock: One Hot Summer in Kyoto
 
Ishiguro: An Artist of the Floating World

Ishiguro: A Pale View of Hills

Nothomb: Fear and Trembling

Nothomb : Tokyo Fiancee
 


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