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Ueda Akinari"s Tales of a rain"d moon
|Other titles||Tales of a rain"d moon.|
|Statement||done into English by Sasaki Takamasa ; illustrations by Kaburaki Kiyokata.|
|Contributions||Sasaki, Takamasa., Kaburagi, Kiyokata, 1878-1972.|
|LC Classifications||PL794.8.U35 E5|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxviii, 182 p.,  leaves of plates :|
|Number of Pages||182|
|LC Control Number||81129939|
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Ugetsu Monogatari 雨月物語 (Tales of Moonlight and Rain) is a collection of ghostly folktales from Edo Japan. It was first published inand was adapted from Chinese ghost stories. It became famous in the West through Kenji Mizoguchi's film by the same title, which focuses on a single narrative[from Aaji go yado (The House Amid /5().
The eerie beauty of this masterpiece owes to Akinari's masterful combination of words and phrases from Japanese classics with creatures from Chinese and Japanese fiction and lore.
Along with The Tale of Genji and The Tales of the Heike, Tales of Moonlight and Rain has become a timeless work of great significance.
This new translation, by a Brand: Columbia University Press. Ueda Akinari or Ueda Shūsei (上田 秋成) was a Japanese author, scholar and waka poet, and a prominent literary figure in 18th century Japan. He was an early writer in the yomihon genre and his two masterpieces, Ugetsu Monogatari ("Tales of Rain and the Moon") and Harusame Monogatari ("Tales of Spring Rain"), are central to the canon of /5.
Tales of Moonlight and Rain - Ebook written by Akinari Ueda. Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices. Download for offline reading, highlight, bookmark or take notes while you read Tales of Moonlight and Rain. The title Ugetsu monogatari (literally "rain-moon tales") alludes to the belief that mysterious beings appear on cloudy, rainy nights and in mornings with a lingering moon.
In "Shiramine," the vengeful ghost of the former emperor Sutoku reassumes the role of king; in "The Chrysanthemum Vow," a faithful revenant fulfills a promise; "The Kibitsu /5(20).
First published inthe nine gothic tales in this collection are Japan's finest and most celebrated examples of the literature of the occult. They subtly merge the world of reason with the realm of the uncanny and exemplify the period's fascination with the strange and the grotesque.
They were also the inspiration for Mizoguchi Kenji's brilliant film s: 1. Book Description: Ugetsu Monogatari is a collection of nine supernatural tales by the Japanese author Ueda Akinari, first published in The title Ugetsu monogatari (literally "rain moon tales") alludes to the belief that mysterious beings appear on cloudy, rainy nights and in mornings with a lingering moon.
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Anthony Chambers, trans. & ed., Ueda Akinari, Tales of Moonlight and Rain: A Study and Translation Article January with 97 Reads How we measure 'reads'Author: Miri Nakamura. Ueda, Akinari, Ueda Akinari's Tales of a rain'd moon. Tokyo: Hokuseido Press, © (OCoLC) Material Type: Fiction: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Akinari Ueda.
Other articles where Tales of Moonlight and Rain is discussed: Ueda Akinari: he produced Ugetsu monogatari (Tales of Moonlight and Rain). These ghost tales showed a concern for literary style not present in most popular fiction of the time, in which the text was usually simply an accompaniment for the illustrations that formed the main part of the books.
The title Ugetsu monogatari (literally "rain-moon tales") alludes to the belief that mysterious beings appear on cloudy, rainy nights and in mornings with a lingering moon. In "Shiramine," the vengeful ghost of the former emperor Sutoku reassumes the role of king; in "The Chrysanthemum Vow," a faithful revenant fulfills a promise; "The Kibitsu.
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First published inthe nine gothic tales in this collection are Japan's finest and most celebrated examples of the. A Study And Translation by Anthony H. Chambers; Japanese title: Ugetsu monogatari Previous complete translations into English of the collection include: Tales of Moonlight and Rain (Hamada, ), Ugetsu Monogatari (Zolbrod, ), Tales of the Spring Rain (Jackman, ), and Ueda Akinari's Tales of a Rain'd Moon (Sasaki, ) Two of the stories were made into the film Ugetsu monogatari.
Ugetsu Monogatari (雨月物語, Tales of Moonlight and Rain) is a collection of nine supernatural tales by the Japanese author Ueda Akinari, first published in Largely taken from traditional Japanese and Chinese ghost stories, the collection is among most important works of Japanese fiction of the 18th century, the middle of the Edo literary achievements are normally.
Born in the merchant city of Osaka in ,Ueda Akinari, the author of Ugetsu monogatari, was a creative figure of unique talent in eighteenth-century died inin Kyoto -- at that time the capital of the nation.
Dissolving the family business, which he inherited, he became a physician and practised this profession until a young girl in his care died and he decided to give up. Ueda Akinari's Ugetsu monogatari is a collection of nine short stories of ghosts and the occult that was originally published in Japan in The classic as a whole has been translated into English several times and some of the individual tales have been translated as many as ten/5(6).Ueda Akinari or Ueda Shūsei (上田 秋成, J in Osaka – August 8, in Kyoto) was a Japanese author, scholar and waka poet, and a prominent literary figure in 18th-century Japan.
He was an early writer in the yomihon genre and his two masterpieces, Ugetsu Monogatari ("Tales of Rain and the Moon") and Harusame Monogatari ("Tales of Spring Rain"), are central to the canon of. Rinko Ueda is from Nara Prefecture. She enjoys listening to the radio, drama CDs, and Rakugo comedy performances.
Her works include Ryo, a series based on the legend of Gojo Bridge; Home, a story about love crossing national boundaries; and Tail of the Moon (Tsuki no Shippo), a romantic ninja : Rinko Ueda.