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Shuichi Kato's two-volume history of Japanese literature is impressive for its critical and comparative grasp as well as for its historical scholarship
Shuichi Kato's two-volume history of Japanese literature is impressive for its critical and comparative grasp as well as for its historical scholarship. It is also a unique contribution to the subject insofar as it incorporates the vast spread of kambun (classic Chinese) literature written by Japanese authors
A fascinating survey of Japanese literature from around 500 AD to 1500 AD. As one might expect, the first centuries are heavy on poetry and religious treatises, then dairies and novels become popular with the Tale of Genji.
Shuichi Kato's two-volume history of Japanese literature is impressive for its critical and comparative grasp as well as for its historical scholarship. It is also a unique contribution to the subject insofar as it incorporates the vast spread of kambun (classic Chinese) literature written by Japanese authors.
SHUICHI KATO is Professor of Japanese Intellectual History at International College, Sophia University, Tokyo. He was born in Tokyo in 1919 and graduated in medicine from Tokyo University in 1943, taking his doctorate in medicine in 1960 and, during the 1950s, pursuing medical reaserch there. Since 1960 he has held chairs in Asian Studies at the University of British Columbia and the Free University of Berlin, and he has been a Visiting Professor at the University of Munich and Sophia University, Tokyo. Before his present post he was Visiting Lecturer in Far Eastern Studies at Yale University.
A history of Japanese literature. by. Katō, Shūichi, 1919-2008. The first thousand years. 2. The years of isolation. 2-3 translated by Don Sanderson, and published also by Kodansha International, Tokyo and New York. Includes bibliographical references and indexes. Vol. 1, The First Thousand Years. A History of Japanese Literature. 1, The Archaic and Ancient Ages. Ed. Miner, Earl, trans. Tokyo: Kodansha International, 1979. Gatten, Aileen and Teele, Nicholas. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 1984. Lurie, David B. Realms of Literacy: Early Japan and the History of Writing. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Asia Center, 2011.
A History of Japanese Literature Vol. 1 : The First Thousand Years. In the first volume, the author traces the development of Japanese literature from the 7th to the mid-16th century, emphasizing the historical and social context of the literary works discussed, and the relationship between Japanese works and Western and Chinese literature.
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Shūichi Katō (加藤 周一, Katō Shūichi, 19 September 1919 – 5 December 2008) was a Japanese critic and author best known for his works on literature and culture. Born in Tokyo, Katō trained as a medical doctor at the University of Tokyo during World War II, specializing in haematology. The experience of living under Japan’s fascist government and American bombing of Tokyo would shape a lifelong opposition to war, especially nuclear arms, and imperialism. It was also in this period that began to write.
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