International Ōgai Studies

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Fumizukai (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.

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.

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 Unpublished typescript. 73p.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 Unpublished typescript.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.