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Compiled & Edited by Hugh Cortazzi
This is the eighth and largest volume in the series Britain & Japan: Biographical Portraits published on behalf of The Japan Society, London. It contains essays from forty contributors relating to fifty-two portraits of personalities who have been influential in political, official and ...
Samuel L. Leiter
Samuel L. Leiter's Kabuki at the Crossroads is a thorough account of Japan's most famous traditional theatre as it struggled to survive in the maelstrom of post-Occupation Japan's rapidly changing entertainment world.
Stevie Suan, University of Hawai‛i
Through the comparison of Anime with Noh, Bunraku, and Kabuki, The Anime Paradox provides a study on Anime's formal elements that produce specific narrative, structural, and aesthetic patterns.