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Journal of Asian Studies (2015) 74 (2): 437–441.
Published: 01 May 2015
.... Keller Kimbrough of seventeenth-century sekkyō and ko-jōruri (old jōruri ) preceded by an informative and insightful introduction. It will be of great interest to scholars specializing in early-modern Japanese literature, history, and religion, and would lend itself to inclusion in reading lists for both...
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Journal of Asian Studies (1984) 43 (3): 541–544.
Published: 01 May 1984
... lectures given in conjunction with the performances. The articles are, perhaps inevitably, somewhat overlapping and repetitive, though each is individually valuable. A major topic of the first essay, Donald Keene's "Variations on a Theme: Chushingura," is the comparison between the 1748 joruri, Kanadehon...
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Journal of Asian Studies (1985) 45 (1): 148–151.
Published: 01 November 1985
... and nineteenth centuries, Joruri was the most popular narrative literature and a great influence on both Kabuki and fiction well into the Meiji period. Chikamatsu Monzaemon's plays have been introduced to the West, but few later Joruri are available in translation. Therefore, the new translation...
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Journal of Asian Studies (1998) 57 (3): 886–888.
Published: 01 August 1998
... of Nostalgia, offers us a thorough and BOOK REVIEWS JAPAN 887 sophisticated study on the Awaji puppet tradition, which, as she convincingly argues, was (and in the postwar revival of puppet theater, remains) the center of a national network of both ritual performance and joruri (Bunraku-style) puppet theater...
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Far Eastern Quarterly (1955) 14 (2): 275–278.
Published: 01 February 1955
... 's Chikamatsu ningyō jōruri no kenkyū ( Tokyo : Daiichi Shobō , 1934 , 909 ) and Shigetarō Utsumi 's Ningyō shibai to Chikamatsu no jōruri ( Tokyo : Hakusui Sha , 1940 , 610 ) . Kenji Shuzui 's Chikamatsu ( Tokyo : Sekai Hyōron Sha , 1949 , 191 ) probably appeared...
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Journal of Asian Studies (1985) 45 (1): 151–154.
Published: 01 November 1985
... as readable, conventional translation, I can only think that a much better and more interesting Joruri translation would have resulted had he followed Yuda's lead. From the late seventeenth century, Joruri texts were always published with notation, verified by the chanter in a postscript. Modern print...
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Journal of Asian Studies (1998) 57 (3): 888–890.
Published: 01 August 1998
... to make it appear acceptable to what they perceived to be polite European society. The status of kabuki actors, for example, was raised to allow the Emperor's visit to a theater. On the other hand, "superstitious" practices of ritual puppetry were actively discouraged, and joruri puppet theater...
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Journal of Asian Studies (1968) 27 (3): 645–646.
Published: 01 May 1968
... predecessors such as the heroes of the sewamono joruri. This is rather curious, especially as she has gone to some length in an earlier chapter to demonstrate his familiarity with joruri. Bunzo, uneasy in the Western clothes of Onegin, Bazarov or Makar, would slip into Tokubei's kimono with a sigh of relief...
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Journal of Asian Studies (1968) 27 (3): 644–645.
Published: 01 May 1968
... novelist, but on occasion her enthusiasm overcomes her. For instance, in trying to establish modern Russian inspiration behind Bunzo, she lightly severs Bunzo from his native predecessors such as the heroes of the sewamono joruri. This is rather curious, especially as she has gone to some length...
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Journal of Asian Studies (1977) 36 (2): 356–357.
Published: 01 February 1977
... undertaken as a study of Tokugawa noh drama, one cannot but be disappointed that contracts for the International Encyclopedia of she does not go into the post-Heike development Comparative Law, the "contracts" or "agree- of the story in its several ko-joruri and joruri ments" included in this collection...
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Journal of Asian Studies (1999) 58 (2): 513–515.
Published: 01 May 1999
... skill and achievements were marked by numerous awards culminating in her 1982 designation as a National Living Treasure. 514 THE JOURNAL OF ASIAN STUDIES The production's supporting cast are hundreds of (often nameless) women who played the shamisen and/or chanted joruri texts from the sixteenth century...
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Journal of Asian Studies (1985) 45 (1): 146–148.
Published: 01 November 1985
..., mostly composed during the eighteenth century. Playwrights such as Chikamatsu Monzaemon, Takeda Izumo, Namiki Sosuke (Senryu), and Chikamatsu Hanji wrote the core of an enormous collection totaling more than one thousand full-length plays. During the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, Joruri...
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Journal of Asian Studies (1977) 36 (2): 354–356.
Published: 01 February 1977
... does not go into the post-Heike development Comparative Law, the "contracts" or "agree- of the story in its several ko-joruri and joruri ments" included in this collection illustrate the versions (that may have predated her Shibukawa variety of issues in village life that were resolved text, as well...
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Journal of Asian Studies (1994) 53 (2): 367–393.
Published: 01 May 1994
... . Chikamatsu . 1959 . Chikamatsu jōruri shū [Collection of Chikamatsu's jōruri plays], vol. I. Tokyo : Iwanami shoten . Davis Winston . 1984 . “ Pilgrimage and World Renewal: A Study of Religious and Social Values in Tokugawa Japan, Part I .” History of Religions , 23 / 2 : 197 – 221 . De...
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Far Eastern Quarterly (1953) 12 (4): 429–433.
Published: 01 August 1953
... in jōruri Meisakushū, Nihon meicho zenshū , Vol. 7.682–710, 1929 , Tokyo. The third play is given in Kawatake Shigetoshi, Kabuki meisaku shū, ge, 398–523, Hyōshaku Edobungaku sōsho, 1935–1938 , Tokyo. The first “scene” of this play is omitted in translation. 2 The author's description...
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Journal of Asian Studies (2016) 75 (3): 842–844.
Published: 01 August 2016
... whose early chapters provide so little historical context. Chikamatsu Monzaemon is introduced only as “a highly acclaimed popular playwright for ningyō jōruri ” (p. 57) and Ihara Saikaku as merely “an Osaka merchant and a renowned popular writer” (p. 66). For this reason, newcomers and undergraduates...
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Journal of Asian Studies (1993) 52 (2): 468–469.
Published: 01 May 1993
... Western Pure Land. Ten Grotenhuis describes how the Chujohime legends changed significantly over time, both as illustrated in narrative paintings, and as dramatized in No, Joruri, and Kabuki. A more extensive investigation of this topic, not mentioned here, was privately published in Japan in 1982...
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Journal of Asian Studies (2000) 59 (4): 1024–1025.
Published: 01 November 2000
... of the dichotomies of "the elegant-aristocratic-traditional . . . and the vulgar-commoncontemporary" (p. 108). Gerstle argues that individualism, skill, and competitiveness were the hallmarks of joruri in Osaka, and he contrasts this with the iemoto system of familial lineage current in Kyoto and Edo. Gary Leupp...
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Journal of Asian Studies (1993) 52 (2): 467–468.
Published: 01 May 1993
..., and as dramatized in No, Joruri, and Kabuki. A more extensive investigation of this topic, not mentioned here, was privately published in Japan in 1982 (Gangoji bunkazai kenkyujo, Chujohime setsuwa no chosa kenkyil hokokusho). Shimizu's thorough study of the Vegetable Nirvana by Ito Jakuchu (1716-1800) treats...
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Journal of Asian Studies (1987) 46 (2): 410–411.
Published: 01 May 1987
... the performance of four kinds of premodern drama: noh, kyogen, joruri or bunraku, and kabuki. All four have been performed in the West to increasingly appreciative audiences. Only kyogen, however, is immediately welcomed. The thumps and ejaculations that begin a noh may make a sophisticated non-Japanese wince...