Courtly Visions: The Ise Stories and the Politics of Cultural Appropriation

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BRILL, Aug 20, 2014 - Art - 368 pages
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Courtly Visions: The Ise Stories and the Politics of Cultural Appropriation traces—through the visual and literary record—the reception and use of the tenth-century literary romance through the seventeenth century.
 

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Contents

READING THE ISE STORIES ACROSS HISTORY GENDER AND CLASS
1
SCREENPICTURES SCREENPOEMS AND THE ISE MONOGATARI
9
THE HAKUBYO ISE STORIES ILLUSTRATED SCROLL FRAGMENTS
39
THE LOVE SONG OF LORD TAKAFUSA
77
THE ISE STORIES AS CULTURAL CAPITAL
97
5 THE LOVE SONG OF LORD TAKAFUSA ILLUSTRATED SCROLL
129
THE VARIANT ISE STORIES ILLUSTRATED SCROLLS
145
THE SAGA EDITION ISE STORIES
177
THE ISE STORIES AND THEIR IMAGERY IN THE LATER EDO AND MODERN PERIODS
243
Endnotes
274
Appendix A Translation of The Love Song of Lord Takafusa Illustrated Scroll Takafusakyo tsuyakotoba emaki
304
Appendix B Introduction and Translation of Kacho Fugetsu by R Keller Kimbrough
311
Bibliography
324
Index of First Lines of Poems
338
Subject lndex
340
Copyright

THE CREATION OF THE ISE ICONOGRAPHY OF THE SOTATSU ATELIER
213

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