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Explanation of No Plays: A Vade Mecum for Spectators

Explanation of No Plays: A Vade Mecum for Spectators

by Ikenouchi, Nobuyoshi

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1st Edition
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Ridgewood, New York
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Tokyo: Sunjusha, 1925. 1st Edition . Soft cover. Good. Octavo, wraps. Four hole side-stitch, bound with white string. 11 unpaginated black and white plates with tissue paper + 39pp. Signed on the title page by the translator, Timothy Yoshitaro Negishi, a long- tenured professor at St. Paul's University in Tokyo. Good (+) condition, with moderate wear and a soft bump to the top fore-corner of the textblock. Only a few tatters remain of the paper strip which apparently once covered the spine. A concise and authoritative introduction to the various aspects of Noh drama, by one of the principal figures in the Japanese Noh revival of the early 20th century.
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