10 edition of The legend of gold and other stories found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. -299).
|Statement||Ishikawa Jun ; translated by William J. Tyler.|
|Contributions||Tyler, William Jefferson.|
|LC Classifications||PL830.S5 A6 1998|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xx, 299 p. :|
|Number of Pages||299|
|ISBN 10||0824819683, 0824820703|
|LC Control Number||98016636|
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From Mars' Song, a blistering attack of a "war without wisdom" to the Legend of Gold, a snapshot of the dreams and disappointments in the immediate post-war period, and finally the Raptor, a surreal look at the new peace in post-Occupation Japan, this collection of stories is a penetrating look at a controversial and tumultuous period in modern Japanese history.5/5(1).
The Legend Of Gold And Other Stories book. Read 2 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. The four stories and novella translated in this /5. The Legend of Gold and Other Stories; by Ishikawa Jun ; Book; Published by: University The legend of gold and other stories book Hawai'i PressAuthor: Jun William J.
Tyler Ishikawa. Legend of Gold and Other Stories Book Description: The four stories and novella translated in this volume represent the best short fiction by Ishikawa Jun (), one of the most important modernist writers to appear on the Japanese literary stage during the years before and after World War II.
The Legend of Gold and Other Stories – UH Press The four stories and novella translated in this volume represent the best short fiction by Ishikawa Jun (), one of the most important modernist writers to appear on the Japanese literary stage during the years before and after World War II.
A collection of four stories and a novella by Japanese modernist writer Ishikawa Jun. His works address issues of political and artistic significance, and in the introduction and critical essays, Tyler emphasizes Ishikawa's importance as a "resistance" writer.
The Legend of Gold and Other Stories by: Ishikawa Jun (author) Jun Ishikawa (author) William J. Tyler (author). The Legend Of Gold And Other Stories avg rating — 17 ratings — published — 2 editions Want to Read saving /5.
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The legend of gold and other stories. [Jun Ishikawa; William Jefferson Tyler] -- The four stories and novella translated in this volume represent the best short fiction by Ishikawa Jun (), one of the most important modernist writers to appear on the Japanese literary.
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