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CORNELL EAST ASIA SERIES   4 Fredrick Teiwes, Provincial Leadership in China: The Cultural Revolution and Its Aftermath    8 Cornelius C. Kubler, Vocabulary and Notes to Ba Jin’s Jia: An Aid for Reading the Novel   16 Monica Bethe & Karen Brazell, Nō as Performance: An Analysis of the Kuse Scene of Yamamba. Available for purchase: DVD by Monica Bethe & Karen Brazell, “Yamanba: The Old Woman of the Mountains”   18 Royall Tyler, tr., Granny Mountains: A Second Cycle of Nō Plays   23 Knight Biggerstaff, Nanking Letters, 1949   28 Diane E. Perushek, ed., The Griffis Collection of Japanese Books: An Annotated Bibliography   37 J. Victor Koschmann, Ōiwa Keibō & Yamashita Shinji, eds., International Perspectives on Yanagita Kunio and Japanese Folklore Studies   38 James O’Brien, tr., Murō Saisei: Three Works   40 Kubo Sakae, Land of Volcanic Ash: A Play in Two Parts, revised edition, tr. David G. Goodman   44 Susan Orpett Long, Family Change and the Life Course in Japan   48 Helen Craig McCullough, Bungo Manual: Selected Reference Materials for Students of Classical Japanese   49 Susan Blakeley Klein, Ankoku Butō: The Premodern and Postmodern Influences on the Dance of Utter Darkness   50 Karen Brazell, ed., Twelve Plays of the Noh and Kyōgen Theaters   51 David G. Goodman, ed., Five Plays by Kishida Kunio   52 Shirō Hara, Ode to Stone, tr. James Morita   53 Peter J. Katzenstein & Yutaka Tsujinaka, Defending the Japanese State: Structures, Norms and the Political Responses to Terrorism and Violent Social Protest in the 1970s and 1980s   54 Su Xiaokang & Wang Luxiang, Deathsong of the River: A Reader’s Guide to the Chinese TV Series Heshang, trs. Richard Bodman & Pin P. Wan   55 Jingyuan Zhang, Psychoanalysis in China: Literary Transformations, 1919–1949   56 Jane Kate Leonard & John R. Watt, eds., To Achieve Security and Wealth: The Qing Imperial State and the Economy, 1644–1911   57 Andrew F. Jones, Like a Knife: Ideology and Genre in Contemporary Chinese Popular Music   58 Peter J. Katzenstein & Nobuo Okawara, Japan’s National Security: Structures, Norms and Policy Responses in a Changing World   59 Carsten Holz, The Role of Central Banking in China’s Economic Reforms   60 Chifumi Shimazaki, Warrior Ghost Plays from the Japanese Noh Theater: Parallel Translations with Running Commentary   61 Emily Groszos Ooms, Women and Millenarian Protest in Meiji Japan: Deguchi Nao and Ōmotokyō   62 Carolyn Anne Morley, Transformation, Miracles, and Mischief: The Mountain Priest Plays of Kyōgen   63 David R. McCann & Hyunjae Yee Sallee, tr., Selected Poems of Kim Namjo, afterword by Kim Yunsik   64 Hua Qingzhao, From Yalta to Panmunjom: Truman’s Diplomacy and the Four Powers , 1945–1953   65 Margaret Benton Fukasawa, Kitahara Hakushū: His Life and Poetry   66 Kam Louie, ed., Strange Tales from Strange Lands: Stories by Zheng Wanlong, with introduction   67 Wang Wen-hsing, Backed Against the Sea, tr. Edward Gunn   69 Brian Myers, Han Sōrya and North Korean Literature: The Failure of Socialist Realism in the DPRK   70 Thomas P. Lyons & Victor Nee, eds., The Economic Transformation of South China: Reform and Development in the Post-Mao Era   71 David G. Goodman, tr., After Apocalypse: Four Japanese Plays of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, with introduction   72 Thomas Lyons, Poverty and Growth in a South China County: Anxi, Fujian, 1949– 1992   74 MartynAtkins,InformalEmpireinCrisis:BritishDiplomacyandtheChineseCustoms Succession, 1927-1929   76 Chifumi Shimazaki, Restless Spirits from Japanese Noh Plays of the Fourth Group: Parallel Translations with Running Commentary   77 Brother Anthony of Taizé & Young-Moo Kim, trs., Back to Heaven: Selected Poems of Ch’ŏn Sang Pyŏng   78 Kevin O’Rourke, tr., Singing Like a Cricket, Hooting Like an Owl: Selected Poems by Yi Kyu-bo   79 Irit Averbuch, The Gods Come Dancing: A Study of the Japanese Ritual Dance of Yamabushi Kagura   80 Mark Peterson, Korean Adoption and Inheritance: Case Studies in the Creation of a Classic Confucian Society   81 Yenna Wu, tr., The Lioness Roars: Shrew Stories from Late Imperial China   82 Thomas Lyons, The Economic Geography of Fujian: A Sourcebook, Vol. 1   83 Pak Wan-so, The Naked Tree, tr. Yu Young-nan   84 C.T. Hsia, The Classic Chinese Novel: A Critical Introduction   85 Cho Chong-Rae, Playing With Fire, tr. Chun Kyung-Ja   86 Hayashi Fumiko, I Saw a Pale Horse and Selections from Diary of a Vagabond, tr. Janice Brown   87 Motoori Norinaga, Kojiki-den, Book 1, tr. Ann Wehmeyer   88 Chang Soo Ko, tr., Sending the Ship Out to the Stars: Poems of Park Je-chun   89 Thomas Lyons, The Economic Geography of Fujian: A Sourcebook, Vol. 2   90 Brother Anthony of Taizé, tr., Midang: Early Lyrics of...


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