Internationale Ōgai Studien

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Fumizukai (Erzählung) (12)

Asai Tomoko
Le prime tre opere di Mori Ōgai”, Atti del XIV Convegno di Studi sul Giappone, Firenze, 26–28 ottobre 1990 (Associazione Italiana per gli Studi Giapponesi, AISTUGIA): 31–36.

Brazell, Karen
Mori Ōgai in Germany: A Translation of Fumizukai and Excerpts from Doitsu nikki”, Monumenta Nipponica 26.1–2 (1971): 77–100.

Hasegawa Izumi
Literary Tradition and Its Transformation in Japan”, Ōgai 34 (1984): 197–222.

Hirner, Andrea
Wellenschaum: Mori Ogai, Arzt und Schriftsteller aus Japan – Ein Münchner Tagebuch 1887”, Charivari: Bayerische Zeitschrift für Kunst, Kultur und Lebensart, April 1997: 96–101.

Kamei Hideo
Chapter Four: An Oddball Rich in Dreams: Mori Ōgai and His Critics”. Translated by Ayako Kano, in: Transformations of Sensibility: The Phenomenology of Meiji Literature. Translation edited and with an introduction by Michael Bourdaghs, Ann Arbor: Center for Japanese Studies, The University of Michigan 2002: 67–85.

Keene, Donald
Mori Ōgai”, in: Dawn to the West: Japanese Literature of the Modern Era. Vol. 1: Fiction, New York: Holt, Rinehart and Winston 1984: 355–85.

Marcus, Marvin
Mori Ōgai’s German Trilogy and the Romantic Debate, M.A. thesis, University of Michigan, 1981. Unpublished typescript. 73p.

Mastrangelo, Matilde
Il ‘Viaggio sentimentale’ di Mori Ōgai: La trilogia tedesca”, Il Giappone 36 (1996): 81–101.

Matsuda Yoneichi
Two Stories by Mori Ōgai. Translations and Critical Essay, M.A. thesis, University of Washington, 1967. Unpublished typescript. xviii, 47p.

Nakai, Yoshiyuki
Mori Ōgai’s German Trilogy: A Japanese Parody of Les Contes d’Hoffmann”, Harvard Journal of Asiatic Studies 38.2 (1978): 381–422.

Schöche, Heike
Persönlichkeit und Frühwerk des japanischen Schriftstellers Mori Ōgai (1862–1922) unter dem Gesichtspunkt des Einflusses seines Deutschlandaufenthaltes 1884–1888 auf sein literarisches Schaffen, Ph.D. thesis, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin 1987, 2 vols. iv, 131, 55p.

Snyder, Stephen
Ōgai and the Problem of Fiction: Gan and Its Antecedents”, Monumenta Nipponica 49.3 (1994): 353–73.