English and Japanese
|Series||Modern Japanese authors = -- Gendai Nihon bungaku eiyaku sensh3u -- 2, Modern Japanese authors -- 2|
|Contributions||Seidensticker, Edward, 1921-, Teranishi, Takeo, 1898-, Inoue, Yasushi, 1907-|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||229 p., 1 leaf of plates ;|
|Number of Pages||229|
Lou-lan and other stories Yasushi Inoue The Gossamer Years the Dairy of a noble woman of heian Japan Takeo Doi, Translated by: John Bester Realm of the Dead Uchida Hyakken, Translation By: Rachel Dinitto Kenji Miyazawa Picture Book Series On the Fourth Day of the Narcissus Month Kenji Miyazawa Picture Book Series Gem Fire Kenji. The historical development and social trends of one of the world's most important cities comes alive in the book Tokyo Rising: The City Since the Great Seidensticker, translator of many works of twentieth-century Japanese literature and author of several books on Japan, provides numerous and varied anecdotes about the history of Tokyo and its twenty-three wards. Inoue, Yasushi The Counterfeiter and Other Stories Die Eiswand Erään väärentäjän elämä Flood/ Kôzui Journey Beyond Samarkand Lou-lan/ Rôran Metsästyskivääri Orashiyakoku suimutan Der Stierkampf Ishihara, Shintarô Season of Violence Taiyô no kisetsu Ishikawa, Tatsuzo Evil for. AL:Lu Lyrics. Yeah, do you feel this mad flame? See how spread out, oh you know, "I'm in a prison." Yeah, can you swear fight with us? Just take my hands all up, do you know,"I'm in inferno".
A Study of Japanese Syntax. Netherlands. Mouton. Stock ID # pp, appendices, bibliography, dustjacket little worn extremities, upper right corner lightly bumped, inscription front free-endpaper, a good paperback copy. (When referring to this Author: KAZUKO INOUE. E. E. Speight Ernest Edwin Speight (6 December – 17 September ), usually known as E E Speight, was a Yorkshireman who travelled in Japan and India and was a professor of English for twenty years at the Imperial University, Tokyo, Japan and also at the Fourth Higher School, Kanazawa, then for a further twenty years at the Osmania. Since Sohei Nishino has been making large-scale photo collages of the world’s cities. He spends months walking their streets and compiling hundreds of rolls of film. Once back in his studio in Tokyo he assembles them into re-imagined Diorama Maps. These maps have been exhibited globally and are housed in prestigious collections worldwide. ASCHOFF, JÜRGEN C. Annotated Bibliography of Tibetan Medicine (). / Kommentierte Bibliographie zur tibetischen Medizin (). xviii, pp. 4to. Wraps. Ulm/Dietikon (Fabri Verlag/ Garuda Verlag), ASHIKAGA, ENSHO. List of Kanji Which Appear in Book I: Naganuma Readers, Including the Kana Symbols. xvi, ,