Shikiko Kawakami "Introduction to classical Japanese literature"
Shikiko Kawakami "Introduction to classical Japanese literature"
Kyoto University
These lectures explain Japanese classic literature by the chapter and sentence. It includes various unique concept such as "Okashi" or "Miyabi".
Shikiko Kawakami[The Organization for the Promotion of International Relation, Kyoto University] "Introduction to classical Japanese literature" 01
This lecture first explains Heian Period, when Japanese letters "KANA" was invented and Japanese literary devloped at first. Then, it explains the contents, background, and concepts of Taketori Monogatari (The tale of the bamboo cutter).
Sep 15, 2011
1 hr 8 min
Shikiko Kawakami[The Organization for the Promotion of International Relation, Kyoto University] "Introduction to classical Japanese literature" 02
This lecture explains the contents, background, and concepts of Taketori Monogatari (The tale of the bamboo cutter) / Ise Monogatari (Tales of Ise).
Sep 15, 2011
1 hr 20 min
Shikiko Kawakami[The Organization for the Promotion of International Relation, Kyoto University] "Introduction to classical Japanese literature" 03
This lecture explains the contents, background, and concepts of Ise Monogatari (Tales of Ise) / Genji Monogatari (Tales of Genji), the supreme masterpiece of Japanese prose literature.
Sep 15, 2011
1 hr 24 min
Shikiko Kawakami[The Organization for the Promotion of International Relation, Kyoto University] "Introduction to classical Japanese literature" 04
This lecture explains the contents, background, and concepts of Genji Monogatari (Tales of Genji), the supreme masterpiece of Japanese prose literature.
Sep 15, 2011
35 min
Shikiko Kawakami[The Organization for the Promotion of International Relation, Kyoto University] "Introduction to classical Japanese literature" 05
This lecture explains the contents, background, and concepts of Genji Monogatari (Tales of Genji), the supreme masterpiece of Japanese prose literature / Makura no Soshi (The pillow book).
Sep 15, 2011
1 hr 22 min