Donald Richie Reader 50 Years of Writing on Japan
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Description: No one has written more, or more artfully, about Japan and Japanese culture than Donald Richie. Richie moved to Tokyo just after World War II. And he is still there, still writing. This book is the first compilation of the best of Richie's writings on Japan, with excerpts from his critical work on film (Richie helped introduce Japanese film to the West in the late 1950s) and his unpublished private journal, plus fiction, Zen musings, and masterful essays on culture, travel, people, and style. With a critical introduction and full bibliography. Donald Richie's many books include The Films of Akira Kurosawa, The Japanese Tattoo, and the PBS favorite The Inland Sea. Vienna resident Arturo Silva lived in Japan for 18 years.
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Copyright year: 2001
Publisher: Stone Bridge Press
Publication date: 6/1/2001
Size: 6.75" wide x 8.75" long x 0.75" tall
|The Great Mirror: An Introduction to Donald Richie|
|Intimacy and Distance: On Being a Foreigner in Japan|
|Prose of Departure: A Memoir|
|August 14, 1947: Festival of the Dead|
|1947: Fuji from Ginza|
|Tadashi Nakajima: Festival of Darkness|
|1960: Becoming a Film Critic|
|January 11, 1960: The Film Book Party|
|Buddhism and the Film|
|A View from the Chuo Line|
|Five Zen Inklings|
|High School Girls|
|The Stone Cat|
|The Silicate Filter|
|The "Real" Disneyland|
|Walking in Tokyo|
|The Street: Notes on Construction|
|I Like Myself Here|
|The "Best Books" on Japan|
|The Sex Market: The Commercialization of a Commodity|
|TV: The Presentational Image|
|The Nourishing Void|
|Japan: A Half Century of Change|
|New Year's 1999|