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Shīzaru kidan : jijū no tachi nagori no kireaji

Hisae Niki

Shīzaru kidan : jijū no tachi nagori no kireaji

Shōyō"s first translation of "Julius Caesar".

by Hisae Niki

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Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Shakespeare, William, -- 1564-1616.,
  • Shōyō, Tsubouchi.

  • Edition Notes

    In: Shakespearetranslation. 1974. vol. 1. pp.53-68. (Tokyo).

    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL20818751M


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Of the Sword of Freedom (Shiizaru Kidan: Jiyu no tachi Nagori no kireaji) Tsubouchi Shoyo published Jiyu no tachi, his translation of Cae-sar, ; in Beginning with both the preface written in Sino-Japanese by Yoda Hyakusen (Yoda Gakkai, P) as well as Shoyo's own introduction, Jiyu no tachi localizes the text and deploys Japanese.

Watanabe Seitei: kachōga no kokōnaru kagayaki = Watanabe Seitei: the glory of bird-and-flower painting (Book) 1 edition published in in Japanese. His translation of Julius Caesar is entitled [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] (Shiizaru Kidan: Jiyu no Tachi Nagori no Kireaji, ), literally meaning "Strange Tale of Caesar or the Lingering Taste of Sharpness of the Sword of Freedom" (see Kishi ).