4 edition of Five women who loved love found in the catalog.
Five women who loved love
Includes bibliographical references
|Statement||by Ihara Saikaku ; translated by Wm. Theodore de Bary ; with a background essay by Richard Lane ; 17th-century ill. by Yoshida Hambei|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||264 p. :|
|Number of Pages||264|
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Like in his The Life of an Amorous Man and This Scheming World (Tuttle Classics of Japanese Literature), "Five Women who Loved Love" is about these average folks, specifically of the lives of five woman who were so bold as to seek love and pleasure, in spite of social attitudes about such things.
They are not always admirable women, and their loves are not always by: Five Women Who Loved Love: Amorous Tales from 17th-Century Japan 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews. A classic of its time - five stories from medieval Japan translated into English.
As much fun for it's footnotes explaining cultural references as for the actual : Five Women Who Loved Love, story collection written by Ihara Saikaku, published in Japanese in as Kōshoku gonin onna and considered a masterwork of the Tokugawa period (–).
Five Women Who Loved Love is composed of five separate tales, each divided into five individually titled chapters. Like in his The Life of an Amorous Man and This Scheming World (Tuttle Classics of Japanese Literature), "Five Women who Loved Love" is about these average folks, specifically of the lives of five woman who were so bold as to seek love and pleasure, in spite of social attitudes about such things.
They are not always admirable women, and their loves are not always beautiful/5(9). This one-page guide includes a plot summary and brief analysis of Five Women Who Loved Love by Hirayama Tōgo. First published inFive Women Who Loved Love is a classic of Japanese literature. The work, which consists of five short stories, was written by the renowned poet Ihara Saikaku.
Five Women Who Loved Love was written by a citizen of Osaka for the amusement of the townspeople in the new commercial centers of seventeenth-century Japan. From the few surviving records of Ihara Saikaku we know that he was not only a popular novelist but also a poet of wide reputation in his own day, a playwright and commentator on theatre life, and also something of a vagabond who had closely.
Summary and Philosophical Analysis by: Anna and Jennifer Conclusion Five Women Who Loved Love Book Five: Gengobei, the Mountain of Love Gengobei is a man of age twenty-five who had a remarkable appetite for love.
Gengobei devoted himself to the love of young men. Not once in his. Complete summary of Hirayama Tōgo's Five Women Who Loved Love. eNotes plot summaries cover all the significant action of Five Women Who Loved Love.
Five Women Who Loved Love 作者: Bary 出版社: Tuttle Publishing 副标题: Amorous Tales from 17th Century Japan 译者: Bary, 出版年: 页数: 定价: 元 装帧: Paperback ISBN: I have given up on an irritating verbal exercise about the uses of river pebbles and gone back to my book: Five Women Who Loved Love, by Ihara Saikaku ( 93).
So glad that it came into my hands in the last couple of nights, given its dark comedy and use of morality tales that show Saikaku’s bird eye for comedic detail. Saikaku Ihara’s books. Five Women Who Loved Love: Amorous Tales from 17th-Century Japan by. Saikaku Ihara, William Theodore de Bary (Translator) avg rating — ratings — published — 26 editions.
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Tuttle Co. in Rutland, by: Five Women Who Loved Love (好色五人女, Kōshoku Gonin Onna, ) The Life of an Amorous Woman (好色一代女, Kōshoku Ichidai Onna, ) (made into the movie The Life of Oharu by Kenji Mizoguchi) The Great Mirror of Male Love (The Encyclopedia of Male Love) (男色大鑑, Nanshoku Okagami, ) Townspeople (町人 chōnin) storiesBorn:Osaka, Japan.
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