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Journal of Asian Studies (2001) 60 (4): 999–1032.
Published: 01 November 2001
... . Lindell Kristina , Swahn Jan-Ojvind , and Damrong Tayanin . 1976 . “ The Flood: Three Northern Kammu Versions of the Story of the Creation .” Ada Orientalia 37 : 183 – 200 . Mair Victor H. 1996 . “Southern Bottle-Gourd (hu-lu) Myths in China and their Appropriation by Taoism.” Chung...
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Journal of Asian Studies (1980) 40 (1): 117–118.
Published: 01 November 1980
...Lynn Struve Bitter Gourd: Fang I-chih and Intellectual Change in the 1630s . By Willard J. Peterson . New Haven and London : Yale University Press , 1979 . 196 pp. Illustrations, Appendixes. $22.50. Copyright © The Association for Asian Studies, Inc. 1980 1980 BOOK REVIEWS CHINA...
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Published: 01 November 2013
Figure 2. A catfish being subdued by a monkey wielding a gourd (hyōtan), a symbol both of good fortune and victory. Woodblock print by Utagawa Kunisada, Catching a Catfish with a Gourd, 1857. Reproduced with permission of the Mead Art Museum, Amherst College. Gift of William Green. More
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Journal of Asian Studies (1986) 45 (4): 819–821.
Published: 01 August 1986
... into three interrelated analogies: the Precosmic "Order" of the cosmic egg/gourd; the Agent of Transformation/Creation, equivalent to the typologies of cosmic giant, animal ancestor, primordial couple, and deluge; and the Cosmic "Order" or postdiluvian return to the creation time. Chapter 6 concerns itself...
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Journal of Asian Studies (1986) 45 (4): 821–822.
Published: 01 August 1986
... BOOK REVIEWS CHINA AND INNER ASIA 821 calabash, a precious commodity utilized in Asia as container, utensil, musical instrument, animal cage, fishing-net float, medicine, and, of course, food. The bottle gourd is seen to act as a "common denominator" for the majority of myths discussed in part 3...
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Journal of Asian Studies (1991) 50 (2): 418–419.
Published: 01 May 1991
... of translation, Dunlop respects the syntax of the written Japanese more than the cognitive rhythm it conveys to Japanese readers. Hence, the sentence translated by Ivan Morris as "Fancy a lad spending his time playing around like that with gourds!" (in Modem Japanese Stories {Rutland: Charles E. Tuttle, 1962], p...
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Journal of Asian Studies (1961) 21 (1): 86–87.
Published: 01 November 1961
... correspondence," I would like to suggest that her doubt is well founded. Although I have not handled the bottle (No. 124), I feel reasonably sure that it is made from a hollowed-out gourd which was grown in a mould the shape of the bottle. During the Ch'ing Dynasty the Chinese developed the custom of growing...
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Journal of Asian Studies (1961) 21 (1): 87–88.
Published: 01 November 1961
... gourd which was grown in a mould the shape of the bottle. During the Ch'ing Dynasty the Chinese developed the custom of growing gourds in variously shaped moulds. Very likely the base of the gourd stem can still be seen on the base of the bottle. This example seems to have been made from a rough-skinned...
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Journal of Asian Studies (1991) 50 (2): 416–418.
Published: 01 May 1991
... of translation, Dunlop respects the syntax of the written Japanese more than the cognitive rhythm it conveys to Japanese readers. Hence, the sentence translated by Ivan Morris as "Fancy a lad spending his time playing around like that with gourds!" (in Modem Japanese Stories {Rutland: Charles E. Tuttle, 1962], p...
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Journal of Asian Studies (1971) 30 (3): 611–622.
Published: 01 May 1971
... and chin kung chi chih fa. 18 The Tʻai-po yin-ching 4.2b notes an ingenious device which might have been used in conjunction with the incendiary spears and arrows, an arrow carrying on its tip a small gourd filled with oil. On impact, the gourd breaks and discharges its inflammable contents...
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Journal of Asian Studies (1966) 25 (3): 506.
Published: 01 May 1966
... as best they can the colophons atop the "Catfish and Gourd" painting of Josetsu; they will recreate the aesthetic passions which swept through the circle of connoisseurs gathered together at the Higashiyama Palace; they will seriously try to establish a Corpus verborum of early Japanese ink painting. Only...
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Journal of Asian Studies (2014) 73 (3): 802–804.
Published: 01 August 2014
... . Commentators have long acknowledged Stone ’s rhetorical indebtedness to Zhuangzi , but Zhou demonstrates that the debt extends to narrative strategies and philosophical ideas as well. Zhou's third approach, elaborated in chapters 3, 4, and 5, is to analyze the history of paired symbols: Chaos and Gourd...
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Journal of Asian Studies (2007) 66 (4): 1122–1124.
Published: 01 November 2007
..., and tortoises that inhabit them—or placental sacs and gourds. Thus the early Daoist cosmogony of Dao, yin–yang, and the myriad creatures assimilated and abstracted earlier mythological accounts. Here Michael builds on the arguments presented in Norman Girardot's Myth and Meaning in Early Taoism: The Theme...
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Far Eastern Quarterly (1945) 4 (2): 204–211.
Published: 01 February 1945
.... A. Moore. Princeton university press, 1944), pp. 24-68, 137-67. China. "Notes and news: activities o f institutions; personnel." Quarterly bulletin of Chinese bibliography, 3 (Sept.-Dec. 1943), 29-54. DODGE, ERNEST S. "Molds for making Chinese cricket gourds." Gourd seeds, 4 (Nov. 1944), 24. 111...
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Journal of Asian Studies (2009) 68 (4): 1055–1075.
Published: 01 November 2009
...) Linjian lu 林間錄, when Wŏnhyo took sanctuary that evening, he drank what he thought was sweet water in a gourd, only to discover at daylight that what he had actually quaffed was offal rotting in a skull. There was a predictably gruesome rendition of this story in a television miniseries about Wŏnhyo...
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Journal of Asian Studies (1985) 44 (4): 852–853.
Published: 01 August 1985
.... These illustrate the earliest Korean wood-block prints (Dharani 704-751), an early Buddhist text (Diamond Sutra) embossed on gold-foil leaves, the Korean BOOK REVIEWS KOREA 853 edition of a Sung classic (1204-1220), and Yi dynasty galley proofs. Typefaces in clay, wood, gourd, metal, and their imprints...
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Journal of Asian Studies (1984) 44 (1): 170–171.
Published: 01 November 1984
.... $20. Copyright © Association for Asian Studies, Inc. 1984 1984 170 JOURNAL OF ASIAN STUDIES some common millet, hemp, and rice. Their spices and vegetables were "melon, gourd, mallow, hibiscus, alfalfa, mustard greens, turnip, taro, ginger, wild ginger, onions, shallot, garlic, leeks, water...
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Journal of Asian Studies (1984) 44 (1): 169–170.
Published: 01 November 1984
... millet, wheat, barley, and beans, as well as 170 JOURNAL OF ASIAN STUDIES some common millet, hemp, and rice. Their spices and vegetables were "melon, gourd, mallow, hibiscus, alfalfa, mustard greens, turnip, taro, ginger, wild ginger, onions, shallot, garlic, leeks, water pepper and thyme" (p. 89...
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Journal of Asian Studies (1960) 19 (2): 215–216.
Published: 01 February 1960
... with which this reviewer is normally sympathetic. Haguenauer discounts the use of teeth mutilation and extraction as evidence (p. 144), sees no particular connection in roof forms (pp. 154-155), and believes that wooden combs, gourds, bamboo tubes for blowguns, baskets and mats of straw cannot serve...
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Journal of Asian Studies (1966) 25 (3): 505–506.
Published: 01 May 1966
... ink painting and its Chinese prototypes all of which are illustrated in this book and described in a genial way. Before long, however, Westerners will actually try to read the essays of Muso Soseki and the poems of Ikkyu, or decipher as best they can the colophons atop the "Catfish and Gourd" painting...