A History of Japanese Literature, Volume 1
The Archaic and Ancient Ages
Edited by Earl Roy Miner
Translated by Nicholas Teele
This book, which covers the period from preliterate times to the beginning of the tenth century, is the first of five proposed volumes that will give an account of Japanese literature from its beginnings to the death of the modern novelist Mishima.
First published in 1984.
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