Internationale Ōgai Studien

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Andersen-Hans Christian (9)

Fujisawa Matoshi
The Role of Ogai Mori’s Translation of Hans Christian Andersen’s Improvisatoren in the Poetical Works of Takuboku Ishikawa”, in: Akiyama Masayuki; Leung Yiu-nam (eds.): Crosscurrents in the Literatures of Asia and the West: Essays in Honor of A. Owen Aldridge, Newark: University of Delaware Press 1997 / London: Associated University Presses 1997: 180–89.

Kunimoto, Tadao
Mori Ohgai (Bunkyu 2 – Taisho 11, 1862–1922)”, Japanese Literature since 1868, Tokyo: The Hokuseido Press 1938: 71–72 u. 132–36.

Kuwada Akihiro
Mori Ogai suchte sich nicht Eichendorff aus: Von seinem Empfang der deutschen literarischen Werke”, Hiroshima Shōsen Kōtō Senmon Gakkō kiyō / The Bulletin. Hiroshima National College of Maritime Technology 24 (2002): 1–6.

Lidin, Olof G.
H. C. Andersen’s Improvisatoren and Mori Ōgai’s Sokkyō Shijin”, in: Irmela Hijiya-Kirschnereit; Jürgen Stalph (eds.): Bruno Lewin zu Ehren: Festschrift aus Anlaß seines 65. Geburtstages. Vol. 1: Japan, sprach- und literaturwissenschaftliche Beiträge, Bochum: Universitätsverlag Dr. N. Brockmeyer 1989: 231–37.

Nagashima, Yōichi
De første H. C. Andersen-overættelser in Japan”, Anderseniana, 3rd series, 3.4 (1981): 255–74.

Nagashima, Yōichi
Beyond Translation – Mori Ōgai’s Translation or His Creative (Mis)understanding”, Mori Ōgai no hon’yaku bungaku: ‘Sokkyō shijin’ kara ‘Perikan’ made, Tōkyō: Shibundō 1993: 273–88.

Nagashima, Yōichi
A Genealogy of Sokkyō Shijin in the Works of Mori Ōgai: From Translation to Creative Writing”, in: Bjarke Frellesvig; Roy Starrs (eds.): Japan and Korea: Contemporary Studies: Proceedings of the Fourth Nordic Symposium on Japanese and Korean Studies, Aarhus: Aarhus University Press 1997: 113–22.

Nagashima, Yōichi
Hans Christian Andersen Remade in Japan: Mori Ogai’s Translation of Improvisatoren”, in: Johan de Mylius et al. (eds.): Hans Christian Andersen: A Poet in Time. Papers from the Second International Hans Christian Andersen Conference 29 July to 2 August 1996, The Hans Christian Andersen Center, Odense: Odense University Press 1999: 397–406.

Satō Toshihiko
“Hans Christian Andersen’s The Improvisator in Japan”, Anderseniana 2.5 (1965): 128–40.