What is Heike Monogatari's topic

 

Heike Monogatari

Selected bibliography

 

1. Text output

  • 『新編 日本 古典 文学 全集 (45/46) 平 家 物語 (1/2)』 東京: 小学 館 、 1994.

2. Translations

  • The Tale of the Heike. Trans. V. Hiroshi Kitagawa and Bruce T. Tsuchida. Tōkyō: University of Tōkyō Press, 1975. [contains many errors!]
    913.434-1 and 44 A 9469
  • The Tale of the Heike. Trans. V. Helen Craig McCullough. Stanford, Calif .: Stanford University Press, 1988.
    913.434-9
  • The Tales of the Heike. [selected stories from the complete works] trans. Burton Watson. New York: Columbia University Press, 2006.
    913.434-12

3. Reference books

  • 『平 家 物語 図 典』 東京: 小学 館 、 2005.
    913.434-H-2
  • 『平 家 物語 を 知 る 事 典』 東京: 東京 堂 出版 、 2005.
    913.434-H-1
  • 『図 録 日本 の 甲胄 武 具 事 典』 東京: 柏 書房 、 1997.
    756.7-H-1

4. Source texts

  • Tale of Flowering Fortunes [Eiga Monogatari]. Annals of Japanese Aristocratic Life in the Heian Period. Trans. V. Helen Craig McCullough & William H. McCulloug. 2 Vols. Stanford, Calif .: Stanford University Press, 1980.
    913.422-1
  • Hōgen Monogatari. Tales of Disorder in Hogen. Trans. V. William R. Wilson. Tōkyō: Sophia University Press, 1971.
    913.432-1
  • "The Heiji Monogatari." Edwin O Reischauer. In: Translations From Early Japanese Literature. Edited by Edwin O. Reischauer and Joseph K. Yamagiwa. Cambridge, Mass .: Harvard University Press, 1964. pp. 373-457.
    918-1
  • "Kamo no Chōmei: records from the ten feet in the quarter of my hut [Hōjōki]." Nelly and Wolfram Naumann. In: The magic bowl. Tales of the life of Japanese women, monks, masters and servants. Munich: dtv, 1990. pp. 253-266.
    918-17
  • Kamo no Chōmei: Notes from my hut [Hōjōki]. Trans. V. Nicola Liscutin. Frankfurt a. M .: Insel Verlag, 1997.
    914.42-3
  • The Future and the Past. A Translation and Study of the Gukanshō, an Interpretative History of Japan Written in 1219. Trans. V. Delmer M. Brown and Ishirō Ishida. Berkeley; Los Angeles; London: University of California Press, 1979.
    121.4-3
  • "Shōkyūki. An Account of the Shōkyū War of 1221. “Transl. William H. McCullough. In: Monumenta Nipponica Vol. 19, No. 1/2 (1964), pp. 163-215 and No. 3/4 (1964), pp. 420-455.
  • Sources of Japanese Tradition. Second Edition Volume One: From Earliest Times to 1600. Edited by Theodore de Bary et al. New York: Columbia University Press, 2001.
    121.32-1 / d
  • Yoshitsune [Gikeiki]. A Fifteenth-Century Japanese Chronicle. Trans. V. Helen Craig McCullough. Stanford, Calif .: Stanford University Press, 1966.
    913.436-1

5. Secondary literature

  • Adolphson, Mikael S .: The Gates of Power. Monks, Courtiers, and Warriors in Premodern Japan. Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press, 2000.
    210.4-15
  • Bialock, David T .: Eccentric Spaces, Hidden History. Narrative, Ritual, and Royal Authority from The Chronicles of Japan to The Tale of the Heike. Stanford, Calif .: Stanford University Press, 2007.
  • Butler, Kenneth Dean: "The Textual Evolution of the Heike Monogatari." Harvard Journal of Asiatic Studies 26, pp. 5-51 (1966).
  • Butler, Kenneth Dean: "The Heike Monogatari and the Japanese Warrior Ethic."Harvard Journal of Asiatic Studies 29 (1969), pp. 93-108.
  • Brownlee, John S .: Political Thought in Japanese Historical Writing. From Kojiki (712) to Tokushi Yoron (1712). Ontario: Wilfrid Laurier University Press, 1991.
  • Donat, Walter: The concept of hero in the literature of Ancient Japanese History. Tōkyō: MOAG, 1938/39.
    910.24-9
  • Farris, William Wayne: Heavenly Warriors. The Evolution of Japan's Military, 500-1300. Cambridge, Mass .; London: Harvard University Press, 1995.
    392.1-6 and 35 A 10081
  • Friday Karl F .: “Teeth and Claws. Provincial Warrios and the Heian Court. "In: Monumenta Nipponica vol. 43, no. 2 (1988), pp. 153-185.
  • Friday Karl F .: Hired Swords. The Rise of Private Warrior Power in Early Japan. Stanford, Calif .: Stanford University Press, 1992.
    210.1-54
  • Friday, Karl F .: Samurai, Warfare and the State in Early Medieval Japan. New York: Routledge, 2004.
    210.4-24
  • Gomi Fumihiko: "Insei to Tennō." 「院 政 と 天皇」 In: Iwanami Kōza Nihon Tsūshi 7 Chūsei 1. Tōkyō: Iwanami Shoten, 1993. pp. 71-104.
    210.1-38/7
  • Gomi Fumihiko: "Kyō, Kamakura no Ōken." 「京 ・ 鎌倉 の 王 権」 In: Nihon no Jidaishi 8. Tōkyō: Yoshikawa Kōbunkan, 2003. pp. 7-113.
    210.1-64/8
  • Hare, Thomas B .: "Reading Kamo no Chōmei." In: Harvard Journal of Asiatic Studies Vol. 49, no. 1 (1989), pp. 173-228.
  • Harries, Philipp Tudor: The Poetic Memoirs of Lady Daibu. Stanford, Calif .: Stanford University Press, 1980.
  • Hasegawa Tadashi: "The Early Stages of the Heike Monogatari." In: Monumenta Nipponica Vol. 22, No. 1/2 (1967), pp. 65-81.
  • Huey, Robert N .: The Making of Shinkokinshu. Cambridge, Mass .: Harvard University Press, 2002.
    911.1358-1
  • Hurst, G. Cameron: "The Development of the Insi: A Problem in Japanese History and Historiography". In: Medieval Japan. Essays in Institutional History. Edited by John W. Hall et al. Stanford: Stanford University Press, 1988. pp. 60-90.
    210.4-13
  • Hurst, G. Cameron: Insi. Abdicated Sovereigns in the Poltics of Late Heian Japan, 1086-1185. New York; London: Columbia University Press, 1976.
    210.38-1 and 29 A 13051 (general reading room)
  • Hurst, G. Cameron: “The Kōbu Polity. Court-Bakufu Relations in Kamakura Japan. "In: Court and Bakufu in Japan. Essays in Kamakura History. Edited by Jeffrey P. Mass. Stanford: Stanford University Press, 1982, pp. 3-28.
    210.4-20
  • Hurst, G. Cameron .: "Insi." In: Cambridge History of Japan, Vol. 2 Heian Japan. Cambridge; New York: Cambridge University Press, 1999. pp. 576-643.
    210.1-27 / 2 as well as 210.1-H-2/2 and 29 A 13051 (general reading room)
  • Ishii Susumu: “12-13 seiki no Nihon. Kodai kara Chūsei e. "「 一二 ・ 一 三 世紀 の 日本。 古代 か ら 中 世 へ 」In: Iwanami Kōza Nihon Tsūshi 7 Chūsei 1. Tōkyō: Iwanami Shoten, 1993. pp. 1-71.
    210.1-38/7
  • Mass, Jeffrey P .: "The Emergence of the Kamakura Bakufu". In: Medieval Japan. Essays in Institutional History. Edited by John W. Hall et al. Stanford: Stanford University Press, 1988. pp. 127-156.
    210.4-13
  • Mass, Jeffrey P .: "The Early Bakufu and Feudalism." In: Court and Bakufu in Japan. Essays in Kamakura History. Edited by Jeffrey P. Mass. Stanford: Stanford University Press, 1982. pp. 123-142.
    210.4-20
  • Mass, Jeffrey P .: "The Kamakura Bakufu". In: The Cambridge History of Japan Vol. 3 Medieval Japan. Cambridge, Mass .: Cambridge University Press, 1990. pp. 46-88.
    210.1-27 / 3 as well as 210.1-H-2/3 and 29 A 13051 (general reading room)
  • Mass, Jeffrey P .: "The Missing Minamoto in the Twelfth-Century Kantō." In: Journal of Japanese Studies Vol. 19, No. 1 (Winter 1993), pp. 121-145.
  • McCullough, William: "The Azuma Kagami Account of the Shōkyū War." In: Monumenta Nipponica Vol. 23, No. 1/2 (1968), pp. 102-155.
  • Moeshart, Herman J .: "Women in the Heike Monogatari." In: Women in Japanese Literature. Edited by Erika G. de Poorter. Leiden: Center for Japanese and Korean Studies, 1981. pp. 27-38.
  • Motoki Yasuo: "Insei no Tenkai to Nairan." 「院 政 の 展開 と 内乱」 In: Nihon no Jidaishi 7. Tōkyō: Yoshikawa Kōbunkan, 2002. pp. 7-102.
    210.1-64/7
  • Murase Miyeko: "Japanese Screen Paintings of the Hōgen and Heiji Insurrections." In: Artibus Asiae Vol. 29, No. 2/3 (1967), pp. 193-228.
  • Oyler, Elisabeth: Swords, Oaths, and Prophetic Visions. Authoring Warrior Rule in Medieval Japan. Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press, 2006.
    210.4-23
  • Plutschow, Herbert: “The Placatory Nature of The Tale of the Heike. Additional Documents and Thoughts. "In: Currents in Japanese Culture. Edited by Carol Hochstedler. New York: Columbia University Press, 1997. pp. 71-80.
  • Saeki Shin‘ichi: Monogatari no Butai wo aruku Heike Monogatari. 『物語 の 舞台 を 歩 く 平 家 物語』 Tōkyō: Yamakawa Shuppansha, 2005.
    913.434-10
  • Satō Kazuhito et al .: Zusetsu Heike Monogatari. 『図 説 平 家 物語』 Tōkyō: Kawade Shobō Shinsha, 2004.
    913.434-11
  • Siegmund, Ingrid: The politics of the ex-emperor Gotoba and the historical background of the Shōkyū no Ran with special consideration of the Masukagami. Bonn: University dissertation, 1978.
    US 78.8732 (Tübingen University Library)
  • Shinoda Minoru: The Founding of the Kamakura Shogunate 1180-1185 with Selected Translations from the Azuma Kagami. New York: Columbia University Press, 1960.
  • Takeuchi Rizô: "The Rise of the Warriors." In: Cambridge History of Japan, Vol. 2 Heian Japan. Cambridge; New York: Cambridge University Press, 1999. pp. 644-710.
    210.1-27 / 2 as well as 210.1-H-2/2 and 29 A 13051 (general reading room)
  • Uesugi Kazuhiko: Sensō no Nihonshi 6: Genpei no Sōran. 『戦 争 の 日本史 6 源 平 の 争 乱』 Tōkyō: Yoshikawa Kōbunkan, 2007.
    210.19-2
  • Uwayokote Masakata et al .: Nihon no Chūsei 8: Insei to Heishi, Kamakura Seiken.
    『日本 の 中 世 8 院 政 と 平 氏 、 鎌倉 政 権』 Tōkyō: Chūō Kōron Shinsha, 2002.
    210.4-16/8
  • Varley, Paul: Warriors of Japan as Portrayed in the War Tales. Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press, 1994.
    913.43-1
  • Varley, Paul: "The Taira in the Heike Monogatari." In: Currents in Japanese Culture. Edited by Carol Hochstedler. New York: Columbia University Press, 1997. pp. 53-70.
  • About heroes, monks and beautiful women. The world of the Japanese epic Heike. Edited by Franziska Ehmcke and Heinz-Dieter Reese. Cologne; Weimar; Vienna: Böhlau Verlag, 2000.
    913.434- 8
  • Watson, Michael: “A Narrative Study of the Kakuichi-bon Heike Monogatari.” D. Phil. Thesis University of Oxford 2003. [Table of contents online]
  • Wilson, William R .: “The Way of the Bow and Arrow. The Japanese Warrior in Konjaku Monogatari. "In: Monumenta Nipponica Vol. 28, No. 2 (Summer 1973), pp. 177-233.
  • Yasuda Motohisa: Go-Shirakawa Joko. 『後 白河 上皇』 Tōkyō: Yoshikawa Kōbunkan, 1986.
    288.41-16