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New Leaves

Studies and Translations of Japanese Literature in Honor of Edward Seidensticker
Volume 11
Aileen Gatten and Anthony Hood Chambers, Editors
Fourteen former students honor their mentor, Edward Seidensticker, with a collection of essays and translations focusing on Japanese literature from the eleventh century to the 1980s. 

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  • In New Leaves, fourteen former students honor their mentor, Edward Seidensticker, with a collection of essays and translations focusing on Japanese literature from the eleventh century to the 1980s. The breadth and quality of the contributions stand as a fitting testament to Seidensticker's many contributions to the field as a teacher, scholar, and translator.
     
    Contributors include: Paul Anderer, Robert Borgen, Juliet Winters Carpenter, Anthony Hood Chambers, Rebecca L. Copeland, Edwin A. Cranston, William Currie, S.J., Aileen Gatten, Thomas Blenman Hare, T. J. Harper, Laurel Rasplica Rodd, Haruo Shirane, Frank Joseph Shulman, and Carl F. Taeusch II.
     

Aileen Gatten is an independent scholar and an adjunct researcher for the Center of Japanese Studies at the University of Michigan.
Anthony Hood Chambers is professor of Japanese in the School of International Letters and Cultures at Arizona State University. 

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  • 6.2 x 9.2.
  • 296pp.
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  • Hardcover
  • 1993
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  • 978-0-939512-56-0

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