The University of Michigan Press, Ann Arbor, United States
1st Mar 2000
w 159mm h 235mm d 190mm
This study traces for the first time the full range of Akiko''s involvement with The Tale of Genji. Through her work Genji became, in fact as well as in name, an exemplum of that most modern of literary genres, the novel'
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