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  • ISBN: 9780065012699
  • ISBN10: 0065012690

Modern Literatures of the Non-Western World Where the Waters Are Born

by Jayana Clerk

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  • Binding: Paperback
  • Publisher: Addison-Wesley
  • Publish date: 03/01/1995
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I. EAST ASIA-JAPAN, KOREA AND CHINA. Introduction. Japan: Three Modern Tanka: Purple Butterflies; Last Autumn, Yosano Akiko (1878-1942). Korea: Ferryboat and Traveler; On Tagore's "The Gardener," Han Yong-Un (1879-1944). China: My Old Home, Lu Xun (Lu Hsun, 1881-1944). Japan: The Tattooer, Tanizaki Junichiro (1886-1972). Japan: In a Grove, Akutagawa Ryunosuke (1892-1927). China: Swimming, Mao Zhedong (Mao Tse Tung, 1893-1976). China: Spring Silkworms, Mao Dun (Mao Tun, 1896-1982). Japan: The Silver Fifty-Sen Pieces, Kawabat a Yasunari (1899- 1972). Korea: The Road, Kim Sowol (1902-1934). China: A Certain Night, Ding Ling (1904-1986). Japan: Boxcar of Chrysanthemums, Enchi Fumiko (1905-1986). Japan: A Man's Life, Hirabayashi Taiko (1905-1972). Japan: Three Modern Haiku, Kato Shuson (b. 1905). China: Wings, Yi Sang (1910-1937). Korea: The Crossroads, Xiao Hong (1911-1942). Korea: Cranes, Hwang Sun-Won (b. 1915). Korea: The Huge Wave, So Chong-Ju (b. 1915). Taiwan: The Chignon, Chi' Chun (b. 1918). Japan: The Red Cocoon, Abe Kobo (b. 1924). Japan: The Damask Drum, Mischima Yukio (1925-1970). Korea: Having Come to the Mountain, Kim Namjo (b. 1927). Japan: Tomoshibi, Ariyoshi Sawako (1931-1984). Korea: Lee Chongnam, Ko Un (b. 1933). Japan: Just the Two of Us, Tomioka Taeko (b. 1935). Taiwan: A Sea of Blood-Red Azaleas, Bai Xian-Yong (Pai Hsien- yung, b. 1937). China: What's in a Name, Jia-Lin Peng (b. 1948). China: Electric Shock; Language, Bei Dao (b. 1949). II. SOUTHEAST ASIA, AUSTRALIA, NEW ZEALAND, AND SOUTH ASIA. Introduction. India: Chandalika; Where the Mind is Without Fear, Rabindranath Tagore (1861-1941). Vietnam: Noon; Transferred to Nanning, Ho Chi Minh (1890- 1969). India: Trail of the Green Blazer, R. K. Narayan (b. 1909). India: Companions, Raja Rao (b. 1909). Pakistan: Ghazal, Faiz Ahmed Faiz (1910-1984). India: the Universal Man, Umashankar Joshi (1911-1988). Philippines: Footnote to a Laundry List, Bienvenido N. Santos (b. 1911). Philippines: Wedding Dance, Amador Daguio (b. 1912). Pakistan: The Dog of Titwal, Saadat Hasan Manto (1912-1955). India: The Weed, Amrita Pritam (b. 1919). Australia: Municipal Guam, Oodjeroo Noonuccal (b. 1920). Indonesia: Harimau! Mochtar Lubis (b. 1922). India: The Night of the Scorpion, Nissim Ezekiel (b. 1924). Indonesia: Inem, Pramoedya Toer (b. 1925). India: Dhowli Mahasweta Devi (b. 1926). Vietnam: The Pine Gate, Thich Nhat Hanh (b. 1926). India: 30 January 1982: A Story (Poem), Jayanta Mahapatra (b. 1928). Pakistan: The Tale of the Old Fisherman, Abdullah Hussain (b. 1931). Singapore/Malaya: A Jungle Passage, Tan Kong Peng (b. 1932). Australia: Kiacatoo, Kevin Gilbert, Wiradjuri (b. 1933). Sri Lanka: Despair, Ranjini Obeyesekere (b. 1933). Singapore/Malaya: Christman Week 1975, Edwin Thumboo (b. 1933). India: An Introduction, Kamala Das (b. 1934). India: A Devoted Son, Anita Desai (b. 1937). New Zealand: It Use to Be Green Once, Patricia Grace (b. 1937). Pakistan: The Wagon, Khalida Asghar (b. 1938). India: My Beloved Charioteer, Shashi Deshpande (b. 1938). Australia: Poem Two, Mudrooroo Nyoongah (Colin Johnson, b. 1938). Singapore/Malaya: Ah Bah's Money, Catherine Lim (b. 1942). New Zealand: Yellow Brick Road, Witi Ihimaera (b. 1944). India: An Iff and a Butt, Salman Rushdi (b. 1947). Sri Lanka: Arthur Corunna's Story, Sally Morgan (b. 195?). Sri Lanka: Murder (Poem), M. A. Nuhman (b. 195?). Australia: Spiritual Song of the Aborigine, Hyllus Maris (b. 195?). III. THE MIDDLE EAST AND AFRICA. Introduction to the Middle East. Lebanon: On Children, Kahlil Gibran (1883-1931). Turkey: 12 December, 1945, Nazim Hikmet (1902-1963). Iran: Seeking Absolution, Sadiq Hidayat (1903-1951). Israel: Childhood in On Jerusalem, Ya'akob Yehoshua (b. 1905). Palestine: Song of Becoming, Fadwa Tuqan (b. 1917). Iran: The Half-Closed Eye, Simin Danishvar (b. 1921). Lebanon: In the Heart of the Heart of Another Country, Etel Adnan (b. 1925). Iran: The Gap, Ahmad Shamlu (b. 1925). Yemen: Answers to the One Question, Abdall ah al-Baraduni (b. 1929). Israel: Imaginary Childhood, Shimon Ballas (b. 1930). Iraq: Clocks Like Horses, Mohammed Khudayyir (b. 193?). Iran: The Wind-up Doll, Foarugh Farrokhzad (1935-1967). Palestine: The Slave Fort, Ghassan Kanafani (1936-1972). Iran: The Wolf, Hushang Golshiri (b. 1937). Yemen: Sanaa is Hungry, Abd al-Aziz al-Maqalih (b. 1939). Yemen: Abu Rubbiya, Muhammed Abd al-Wali (1940-1973). Yemen: The Succession, Saeed Aulaqi (b. 1940). Palestine: Guests on the Sea, Mahmoud Darwish (b. 1942). Israel: Something on Madness, Erez Bitton (b. 1949). Saudi Arabia: A Pearl, Fawziyya Abu Khalid (b. 1955). Israel: The Crusader Man, Shelley Elkayam (b. 1956). United Arab Emirates: Khlalah SEL, Abd al-Hameed Ahmad (b. 1957). Introduction to Africa. North and East Africa. Kenya: Gentlemen of the Jungle, Jomo Kenyatta (1891-1978). Egypt: The Tavern Keeper, Yahya Haqqi (b. 1905). Egypt: Half-a-Day, Naguib Mahfouz (b. 1911). Egypt: The Chair Carrier, Yusuf Idris (b. 1927). Kenya: The Rain Came, Grace Ogot (b. 1930). Egypt: She Has No Place in Paradise, Nawal El Saadawi (b. 1931). Uganda: Song of Lawino, Okot p'Bitek (1932-1982). Algieria: There is No Exile, Assia Djebar (b. 1936). Kenya: Wedding at the Cross, Ngugi Wa Thiong'o (b. 1938). Central and Southern Africa. Madagascar: Flute Players, Jean-Joseph Rabearivelo (1901- 1937). South Africa: Interlude, Es'Kia Mphahlele (b. 1919). Angola: Kinaxixi, Augustinho Neto (1922-1979). South Africa: Good Climate, Friendly Inhabitants, Nadine Gordimer (b. 1923). South Africa: The Suit, Can Themba (b. 1924-1968). South Africa: Nightsong: City, Dennis Brutus (b. 1924). Mozambique: If You Want to Know Me, Noemia de Sousa (b. 1927). Congo: Brush-fire, Tchiokaya UTam'si (1931-1988). South Africa: The Island, Athol Fugard (b. 1932), John Kani (b. 1943), and Winston Ntshona (b. 1942?). Angola: Fourth Poem of the Canto of Accusation, Costa Andrade (b. 1936). South Africa: The Collector of Treasures, Bessie Head (1937- 1988). South Africa: The Air I Hear, Keorapetse Kgositsile (b. 1938). Malawi: On African Writing, Jack Mapanje (b. 1945). Zimbabwe: Shadows on the Wall, Charles Mungoshi (b. 1947). South Africa: You Can't Get Lost in Cape Town, Zoe Wicomb (b. 1948) West Africa. Senegal: Prayer to Masks, Leopold Sedar Senghor (b. 1906). Nigeria: The Gentlemen of Complete Parts, Amos Tutuola (b. 1920). Nigeria: You Laughed and Laughed and Laughed,
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