International Ōgai Studies

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Bowring, Richard John
Mori Ōgai and the Modernization of Japanese Culture, Cambridge et al.: Cambridge University Press 1979 (University of Cambridge Oriental Publications 28). xii, 296p. Ill.

Danbara, Misuzu
“Mori Ogai’s Views on Fine Arts and Utakata no Ki: Creation of Picture of Lorelei by Imagination”, Ōsaka Shōin Joshi Daigaku Gakugei Gakubu ronshū / Osaka Shoin Women’s University, Faculty of Liberal Arts, Collected Essays 42 (March 2005): 1–8.

Dower, John W.
“Mori Ōgai: Meiji Japan’s Eminent Bystander”, Papers on Japan 2 (1963): 57–101.

Fessler, Susanne
The Debate on the Uselessness of Western Studies”, The Journal of Japanese Studies 37.1 (Winter 2011): 61–90.

Kaneko Sachiyo
“Mori Ōgai und seine Novelle Hanako, Ōgai 35 (1984): 191–96.

Keene, Donald
Hanako”, New Japan 14 (1962): 125-127.

Keene, Donald
Hanako”, in: Landscapes and Portraits: Appreciation of Japanese Culture, Tokyo: Kodansha 1971: 250-58. [Reprinted 1981]

Rimer, J. Thomas
“Mori Ōgaiʼs Phantom Partner: The Development of a Public for Western-Style Painting in Meiji Japan”, in: Ellen P. Conant (ed.): Challenging Past and Present: The Metamorphosis of Nineteenth-Century Japanese Art, Honolulu: University of Hawai‘i Press 2006 (The Collected Writings of Modern Western Scholars on Japan): 65–80.

Sato, Amalia
“Sobre Hanako de Mori Ogai: Japón en el atelier de Rodin”, Estudios de Asia y Africa 29.2 (1994): 251–58.

Savarese, Nicola
“A Portrait of Hanako”, Asian Theater Journal 5.1 (Spring 1988): 63–75.

Swann, Thomas E.
“The Problem of Utakata no Ki, Monumenta Nipponica 29.3 (1974): 263–81.