Japanese Literature (Paperback)
This engaging survey of Japanese literature provides readers with a comprehensive overview of the country's rich literary tradition. From the earliest myths and legends to modern works of poetry, fiction, and drama, the authors offer insightful analysis and thoughtful commentary on the cultural contexts and historical themes that have shaped Japanese literature over the centuries.
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