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    Suzuki, Akiyoshi
    It is perceived as general knowledge that there is no constellation mythology in Japan. This classical belief emanates from the fact that there are hardly any words about stars in the sky in Japanese legendry as mentioned in the Kojiki (『古事記』 Records . . .
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    Heran, Jiao
    At the beginning of the 21th century, Professors Chen Fukang, Zhang Fugui and Tang Yize began a series of discussions on the naming of modern Chinese literature. Over the past decade, with the promoting of many scholars, such as Zhang Zhongliang, Li Y . . .
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    Akio, Jona
    The well-known author Saiichi Maruya was also recognized as a scholar of modern British and Irish literature; he translated James Joyce’s Ulysses, A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man, Jerome K. Jerome’s Three Men in a Boat (To Say Nothing of the D . . .
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    Guang, Shi
    In 1979, Qian Zhongshu’s Guanzhui Bian (管锥编) was firstly published by Zhonghua Book Company, which was universally reputed as the commencement of revival of comparative literature in China. From that time on, the study of Chinese comparative literatur . . .
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    Entl, Barbara
    Since its first publication in French language in 1895, The Crowd: A Study of the Popular Mind (French: Psychologie des Foules; literally: Psychology of Crowds) has offered a penetrating, profound study of an important being or phenomenon of the prese . . .
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    Kira, Fumiakia
    The work of the Japanese classical scholar Nakashima Hirotari, who came to prominence in Nagasaki in the latter half of the Edo period, was preserved in memory—thanks, in part, to the series of discourses written by Yatomi Hamao, a pre-war scholar of . . .
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    Suzuki, Akiyoshi
    Yukio Mishima, a Japanese novelist well known to people across the world, was not familiar with sports in his childhood and his adolescence. In 1955, at the age of 30, he trained his body and began to enthusiastically undertake sporting activities. Bo . . .