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Columbia Anthology of Modern Japanese Drama

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Isbn 9780231128308
Publisher Columbia University Press
Imprint Columbia University Press
Contributor 1 Rimer, J. Thomas
Contributor 2 Mori, Mitsuya
Contributor 3 Poulton, M. Cody
Pages 880
Author Bio
J. Thomas Rimer is emeritus professor of Japanese literature, theater, and art at the University of Pittsburgh. He has also taught at Washington University in St. Louis and at the University of Maryland, and he served for several years as head of the Asian Division of the Library of Congress. He is the author, coauthor, editor, and translator of several works, including The Columbia Anthology of Modern Japanese Literature; Traditional Japanese Arts and Culture: An Illustrated Sourcebook; and A Reader’s Guide to Japanese Literature.

Mitsuya Mori is emeritus professor of theater studies at Seijo University and the leading expert on Ibsen in Japan. His production of Double Nora, a modern no play based on A Doll’s House, was invited to the International Ibsen Festival in Oslo. He is the former president of the Japanese Society for Theater Research and his published books and articles include Ibsen's Realism, Comparative Theatre of the East and the West, The Poetics of Theatre, “Problems of the Theatre Modernization in the Meiji Era,” and “Intercultural Problems and the Modernization of Theatre in Japan."

M. Cody Poulton teaches Japanese language, literature, and theater at the University of Victoria. He is the author of Spirits of Another Sort: The Plays of Izumi Kyoka and A Beggar’s Art: Scripting Modernity in Japanese Drama, 1900–1930, and coeditor (with Richard King and Katsuhiko Endo) of Sino-Japanese Transculturation: From the Late Nineteenth Century to the End of the Pacific War. He has been active as a translator of kabuki and modern Japanese drama for both publication and live stage productions in Canada, the United States, the United Kingdom, Ireland, Australia, and Japan.
Audience General Trade
Format Cloth Text
Release Date 04/08/2014
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