International Ōgai Studies

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Borriello, Giovanni
Mori Ōgai. Ufficiale Medico, Napoli: CUEN 2004. 60p.

Hopper, Helen M[arlys]
“Mori Ōgai’s Response to Suppression of Intellectual Freedom, 1909–12”, Monumenta Nipponica 29.4 (1974): 381–413.

Kōsaka Masaaki (ed.)
“Natsume Sōseki, Mori Ōgai, and Naturalism”, Japanese Thought in the Meiji Era. Translated and Adapted by David Abosch, Tokyo: Pan-Pacific Press 1958 (Centenary Culture Council Series: Japanese Culture in the Meiji Era 9: Thought): 455–70.

Macé, Mieko
“La médecine japonaise du XIXe siècle et l’universalité”, Cipango. Cahiers d’études japonaises. Numéro hors série (printemps 2002: Mutations de la conscience dans le Japon moderne), Paris: Publications Langues O’ 2002: 193–242.

Motwani, Prem
Literature and Social Change in Meiji Japan”, in: Unita Sachidanand; Teiji Sakata (eds.): Imaging India - Imaging Japan: A Chronicle of Reflections on Mutual Literature, Delhi : Published for Department of East Asian Studies, University of Delhi & Japan Foundation in association with Manak Publications, 2004: 201–6.