Tales of old Japan



作者:Lord Redesdale[原作];甦活中英文編輯所[編輯]


出版社:Project Gutenberg Literary Archive Foundation 甦活全球網路

出版地:Salt Lake City, UT. 臺北市

格式:EPUB 流式



Tales of Old Japan is an anthology of short stories, compiled by Algernon Bertram Freeman-Mitford, Lord Redesdale, writing under the better known name of A.B. Mitford. These stories focus on the varying aspects of Japanese life in centuries past. The book, which was written in 1871, is still regarded as an

  • Tales of Old Japan
  • Preface
  • The Forty-Seven Rônins
  • The Loves of Gompachi And Komurasaki
  • Kazuma's Revenge
  • A Story of the Otokodaté of Yedo; Being the Supplement of the Story of Gompachi and Komurasaki
  • Note on Asakusa
  • Note on the Game of Football
  • The Wonderful Adventures of Funakoshi Jiuyémon
  • The Eta Maiden and the Hatamoto
  • Note
  • Fairy Tales
  • The Tongue-Cut Sparrow
  • The Accomplished and Lucky Tea-Kettle
  • The Crackling Mountain
  • The Story of the Old Man Who Made Withered Trees to Blossom
  • The Battle of the Ape and the Crab
  • The Adventures of Little Peachling
  • The Foxes' Wedding
  • The History of Sakata Kintoki
  • The Elves and the Envious Neighbour
  • The Ghost of Sakura
  • Note
  • How Tajima Shumé Was Tormented by a Devil of His Own Creation
  • Concerning Certain Superstitions
  • The Vampire Cat Of Nabéshima
  • The Story of the Faithful Cat
  • How a Man Was Bewitched and Had His Head Shaved by the Foxes
  • The Grateful Foxes
  • The Badger's Money
  • The Prince and the Badger
  • Japanese Sermons
  • Sermon I (The Sermons of Kiu-Ô, Vol. I)
  • Sermon II (The Sermons Of Kiu-Ô, Vol. I)
  • Sermon III (The Sermons of Kiu-Ô, Vol. 1)
  • Appendix A An Account of the Hara-Kiri (From a Rare Japanese Ms.)
  • On the Preparation of the Place Of Execution
  • On the Ceremonies Observed at the Hara-Kiri of a Person Given In Charge to a Daimio
  • On Certain Things to Be Borne in Mind by the Witnesses
  • Concerning Seconds (Kaishaku)
  • Appendix B The Marriage Ceremony (From the "Sho-Rei Hikki"—Record of Ceremonies)
  • On the Birth and Bearing of Children (From the "Sho-Rei Hikki")
  • Funeral Rites (From the "Sho-Rei Hikki")