Internationale Ōgai Studien

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Familie Mori (6)

Hirakawa Sukehiro
Mori Ōgai’s Ambivalent Relationship with His Mother as Evoked in His Later Historical Works, in: Japan’s Love-Hate Relationship with the West, Folkestone, Kent: Global Oriental 2005: 447–64.

Keene, Donald
Mineko’s Diary”, in: Modern Japanese Diaries: The Japanese at Home and Abroad as Revealed Through Their Diaries, New York: Henry Holt 1995: 313–20.

Kracht, Klaus; Tateno-Kracht, Katsumi
Ōgais letztes Weihnachtsfest”, in: Wolfgang Seifert; Asa-Bettina Wuthenow (eds.): Anbauten Umbauten. Beiträge zur Japan-Forschung. Festgabe für Wolfgang Schamoni zum 60. Geburtstag von seinen Schülern, Mitarbeitern und Kollegen, München: Iudicium 2003: 61–69.

Kracht, Klaus; Tateno-Kracht, Katsumi
Ōgais “Noël”: Mittwinterliches aus dem Leben des Hauses Mori und des Burgstädtchens Tsuwano - jenseits der idyllischen Stille, Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz Verlag 2011 (Izumi : Quellen, Studien und Materialien zur Kultur Japans 11). 885 p.

Mastrangelo, Matilde
Ōgai Mori as Educator: Creativity and Syncretism in Cultural Transmission Within the Family”, in: Christopher Craig, Enrico Fongaro, and Akihiro Ozaki (eds.): Knowledge and Arts on the Move: Transformation of the Self-Aware Image through East-West Encounters, Milan: Mimesis International 2018 (Hasekura League Intercultural Studies Editions 2): 77–88.

Salomon, Harald (compiled by)
Mori Ōgai: A Bibliography of Western-Language Materials. Incorporating the findings of Rosa Wunner in Japonica Humboldtiana 2 (1998), Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz 2008. 178p.