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Zeami Motokiyo, Atsumori




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Zeami Motokiyo, Atsumori

Links to Recommended Online Resources:

Noh Theater

Atsumori: Text and Commentary (pdf file), from Kenneth Yasuda's Masterworks of the No Theatre

Dr. Fidel Fajardo-Acosta's World Literature Website: Zeami Motokiyo

Japanese Literature, World Literature Program, Creighton University


Creighton University Campus, Local Access Resources:

Reinert Alumni Library Collections

World Literature Program Library


Selected Bibliography **

Fenollosa, Ernest Francisco & Ezra Pound, The Classic Noh Theatre of Japan (1959) PL887 .F45 1959

Hare, Thomas Blenman, Zeami's Style : The Noh Plays of Zeami Motokiyo (1986) PL792.S4 Z72 1986 .

Keene,Donald, No and Bunraku: Two Forms of Japanese Theatre (1990) PN2924.5.N6 K38 1990

-----, No: The Classical Theatre of Japan (1973) PN2924.5.N6 K4 1973

-----, Twenty Plays of the No Theatre (1970) PL782.E5 K4

O'Neill, P. G. (Patrick Geoffrey), Early No Drama: Its Background, Character, and Development (1974) PN2924.5.N6 O48 1974

Rimer, J. Thomas & Yamazaki Masakazu, On the Art of the No Drama : The Major Treatises of Zeami (1984) PN2924.5.N6 Z4213 1984

Shinkokai, Nippon Gakujutsu, The Noh Drama (1960) PL888 .N5 1960

Tyler, Royall, Japanese No Dramas (1992)

Waley, Arthur, The No Plays of Japan (1976) PL782.E5 W3 1976

Yasuda, Kenneth, Masterworks of the No Theater (1989) PL782.E5M27 1989

Audiovisual Resources **

Noh Theater. Video Cassette: 17 min. Media Collection: 1274

Noh: The Classical Theater of Japan (1980). Video Cassette: 29 min. Media Collection: 1276


** 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: 8/9/2003


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