World Literature Program

Tanizaki Junichiro




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World Literature I
World Literature II



Links to Recommended Online Resources:

Japanese Literature, World Literature Program, Creighton University


Creighton University Campus, Local Access Resources:

Reinert Alumni Library Collections

World Literature Program Library


Selected Bibliography **

Ito, Ken K., Visions of Desire: Tanizaki's Fictional Worlds (1991) PL839.A7Z695 1991

Keene, Donald, Dawn to the West: Japanese Literature of the Modern Era. (1984) PL 726.55 .K39 1984

Tanizaki, Junichiro, The Reed Cutter and Captain Shigemoto's Mother, trans. Anthony H. Chambers (1995) PL839.A7 A9413 1995

-----, Quicksand, trans. Howard Hibbett (1995) PL839.A7 M3613 1995

-----, Naomi (1990) PL839.A7C513 1990

-----, A Cat, a Man and Two Women, trans. Paul McCarthy (1990)

-----, Childhood Years, trans. Paul McCarthy (1988)

-----, The Secret History of Lord Musashi and Arrowroot, trans. Anthony H. Chambers (1982) PL839.A7 A23 1982

-----, Diary of a Mad Old Man, trans. Howard Hibbett (1965)

-----, Seven Japanese Tales, trans. Howard Hibbett (1963) PL838.A7 S4

-----, The Key, trans. Howard Hibbett (1961)

-----, The Makioka Sisters, trans. Edward G. Seidensticker (1957)

-----, Some Prefer Nettles, trans. Edward G. Seidensticker (1955)

Audiovisual Resources **

Sasameyuki: The Makioka Sisters, videorecording, screenplay by Kon Ichikawa; directed by Kon Ichikawa (1993) 2 videodiscs, 140 min, MEDIA 3038


** Call numbers refer to the collections at Creighton University's Reinert Alumni Library (RAL) Other locations include the World Literature Program Library (Hitchcock Communication Arts Building Room 303) and the English Department's Library (Hitchcock Communication Arts Building Room 305). For assistance with materials held in the World Literature and English Department libraries call (402) 280-2822


last updated: 8/5/2003


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