4 edition of Tales of rain and sunlight found in the catalog.
Tales of rain and sunlight
|Statement||José Sarney ; translated from the Brazilian Portuguese by Vera Hallam ; introduction by Antonio Olinto.|
|LC Classifications||PQ9698.29.A76 A24 1986|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 143 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||143|
|LC Control Number||86229396|
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Tales of rain and sunlight. [José Sarney] Book: All Authors / Contributors: José Sarney. Find more information about: ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: "Of the nine tales in this volume, by the Brazilian author José Sarney, seven are from North of the Waters () and two are part of Brejal dos Guajas ( 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.
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.
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 noted translator and scholar, skillfully maintains the allure and complexity of Akinari's original prose/5(20).
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Details *. 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.
“Grim Tales is populated end to end with the magical and the bizarre: shape-shifting, witchery, underwater cities, indoor rain, beds that contain oceans, murderous objects, all manner of disappearance. Men lose their faces to mirrors, women are smothered by their hair, clouds settle over cities and suck them up and in the midst of all Author: Norman Lock.
Tales of Moonlight and Rain Preface Book One Shiramine The Chrysanthemum Vow Book Two The Reed-Choked House The Carp of My Dreams Book Three The Owl of the Three Jewels The Kibitsu Caldron Book Four A Serpent's Lust Book Five The Blue Hood On Poverty and Wealth BibliographyBrand: Columbia University Press.
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This new translation, by a. Tales of Moonlight and Rain themisanthropologist / August 6, According to Japanese folklore, ghosts, spirits, and supernatural creatures appear on rainy days or at dawn when the moon is still bright, which explains the title of Ugetsu Monogatari, or Tales of Moonlight and Rain by Ueda Akinari, published ina collection of 9 short.
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