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Foreign Office Files for Japan, 1919-1952
British Foreign Office Files dealing with Japan between 1919 and 1952. Topics include: Japanese culture and society, The shifting nature of Anglo-Japanese relations, The ‘Great Kanto Earthquake’ of 1923, Japanese imperialism, War in the Pacific, Sino-Japanese relations and Manchuria/Manchukuo, Soviet-Japanese relations, The American occupation of Japan, Japanese economy, Trade and the Pacific-rim after World War II, Housing and education in Japan
- Japanese Literature in Translation
Searchable by author, title of work, translator, or other keywords (terms may be input in either Japanese or roman letters). The basic unit of the database is the work rather than the publication, so short stories are listed individually by their own titles rather than in the anthology in which they were originally included.
- Premodern Japanese Texts and Translations (up to 1600)
Bibliography of translations from classical Japanese up to about 1600, including also works written in kanbun and Chinese, and items describing and Chinese, and items describing as "late Muromachi or early Kinsei."
- Translations of Japanese Noh plays
Check-list of translations of Noh plays in alphabetical order. Includes all 253 plays in the current repertoire.
Japanese Studies Librarian