4 edition of Mysterious tales of Japan found in the catalog.
|Statement||[expanded, developed, and reinterpreted] by Rafe Martin|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||74 p. :|
|Number of Pages||74|
|LC Control Number||94043464|
Mysterious Tales of Japan: Martin, Rafe, Kiuchi, Tatsuro: : Libros. Saltar al contenido principal. Prueba Prime Hola, Identifícate Cuenta y Listas Identifícate Cuenta y Listas Devoluciones y Pedidos Prueba Prime Carrito. Libros. Ir Buscar Hola Elige tu 5/5(3). About the Book. Monsters, ghosts, fantastic beings, and supernatural phenomena of all sorts haunt the folklore and popular culture of Japan. Broadly labeled yokai, these creatures come in infinite shapes and sizes, from tengu mountain goblins and kappa water spirits to shape-shifting foxes and long-tongued ceiling-lickers. Currently popular in anime, manga, film, and .
Book Description: Monsters, ghosts, fantastic beings, and supernatural phenomena of all sorts haunt the folklore and popular culture of Japan. Broadly labeledyokai,these creatures come in infinite shapes and sizes, fromtengumountain goblins andkappawater spirits to shape-shifting foxes and long-tongued tly popular in anime, manga, film, and computer . "Overflowing with great stories of Japan's fantastical monsters, spirits, and other creatures of the collective imagination, The Book of Yokai is filled with solid information, a variety of new perspectives, and the kind of richness of detail that will enhance any reader's enjoyment of Japan's monstrous folk traditions."--Dr. Bill Tsutsui, President of Hendrix College and author of /5().
Book of Yokai Mysterious Creatures of Japanese Folklore by Michael Dylan Foster, Shinonome Kijin available in Trade Paperback on , also read synopsis and reviews. Monsters, ghosts, fantastic beings, and supernatural phenomena of all . The book, Mysterious Tales of Japan by Rafe Martin, tell different tales of Japanese descent. The author introduces himself and his passion for Asian literature in the beginning of the story. This book includes twelve translations of Japanese folk tale. Each story has one canvas-style painting found towards the ending.
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Most of the stories in Mysterious Tales of Japan were first recorded for Western readers by Lafcadio Hearn over a hundred years ago.
Only Crane Maiden and Pine of Akoya are not based on Hearn's telling of the tales. Rafe Martin's collection is an excellent addition to Hearnian literature. Includes story notes detailing each story's by: 1. Mysterious Tales of Japan is a collection of eleven folk and fairy tales from Japan.
I enjoy fairy tale collections, especially those from other cultures. Reading these traditional Japanese stories helps the reader get a feel for Japan and its culture.4/5.
"Overflowing with great stories of Japan s fantastical monsters, spirits, and other creatures of the collective imagination, The Book of Yokai is filled with solid information, a variety of new perspectives, and the kind of richness of detail that will enhance any reader s enjoyment of Japan s monstrous folk traditions." Dr.
Bill Tsutsui, President of Hendrix College and author of Cited by: 2. Genre/Form: Fairy tales Nonfiction: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Martin, Rafe, Mysterious tales of Japan (OCoLC) Material Type. While often eerie and mysterious, these tales are beautiful, elegant, and touch the imagination deeply.
With introduction, sources, notes. “Some of these ten stories, such as The Boy Who Drew Cats, will be familiar to readers; others will not.
But all. Mysterious Tales of Japan Rafe Martin, Author, Tatsuro Kiuchi, Illustrator Putnam Publishing Group $ (0p) ISBN More By and About This Author. Mysterious Tales of Japan by Rafe Martin and Tatsuro Kiuchi. 7 Total Resources 2 Awards View Text Complexity Submit Text Complexity.
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A collection of favorite Japanese folktales draws readers into an eerie, beautiful world that is not so different from our own with such stories as the romantic Free shipping over $/5(2). Mysterious Tales of Japan (Book): Martin, Rafe: Here is a collection of ten traditional tales that are haunting and evocative; ghostly and serene; tender, gentle, and mysterious.
Each possesses an elegant beauty that unfolds in strange situations and heads toward inevitable conclusions that mirror the realities of our own lives. A priest becomes a fish. A young samurai falls in love with a willow tree. A boy draws a cat who comes to life. These are just some of the remarkable plots introduced by award-winning storyteller Rafe Martin, as he retells 10 of his favorite Japanese : Rafe Martin.
Mysterious Tales of Japan (Book): Here is a collection of ten traditional tales that are haunting and evocative; ghostly and serene; tender, gentle, and mysterious. Each possesses an elegant beauty that unfolds in strange situations and heads toward inevitable conclusions that mirror the realities of our own lives.
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Ten folktales, many based on Lafcadio Hearn's collections, chosen (according to the introduction) to give readers a walk in the ``moonlight of imagination'' and show the ``haunting beauty'' of Japan's Shinto and Buddhist-influenced tradition.
Each tale is introduced by a brief poem and a delicate black-and-white watercolor, and accompanied by a full-page color painting. Mysterious tales of Japan Item Preview remove-circle Internet Archive Contributor Internet Archive Language English.
j, Translation of folk tales of Japan Includes bibliographical references Borrow this book to access EPUB and PDF Pages: Here is a collection of ten traditional tales that are haunting and evocative; ghostly and serene; tender, gentle, and mysterious.
Each possesses an elegant beauty that unfolds in strange situations and heads toward inevitable conclusions that mirror the realities of our own lives.A priest becomes a fish. Japanese Tales of Mystery & Imagination book. Read reviews from the world's largest community for readers.
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This book examines the haunting, sad, and lovely depths of the. Mysterious Tales of Japan Tatsuro Kiuchi Illus Ex-Lib Folklore Fairy Tales. Box japantales. Illustrated by notable illustrator - Tatsuro Kiuchi.
Written by Rafe Martin. Includes Japanese folklore stories: Snake Husband--Urashima Taro--Ho-ichi the earless--Kogi--The Crane maiden--The Boy Who Drew Cats--and Rating: % positive. Japanese folktales are an important cultural aspect of Japan.
In commonplace usage, they signify a certain set of well-known classic tales, with a vague distinction of whether they fit the rigorous definition of "folktale" or not among various types of admixed imposters are literate written pieces, dating back to the Muromachi period (14thth centuries) or even earlier times .Ghostly Tales of Japan.
By Rafe Martin. 5 Japanese ghost tales taken from traditional Japanese folklore. Mysterious Tales of Japan.
By Rafe Martin. llus. by: Kiuchi, Tatsuro Putnam Publishing Group. (). 74 pp. ISBNX. American Library Association Notable Books for Children Ages 8 and up.An even more bizarre kidnapping by a mysterious entity is yet another case related by David Palides, this time in a Coast 2 Coast AM interview with George Knapp.
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