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EAL241: Literature and Culture in Premodern Japan: Court Ladies, Wandering Monks and Urban Rakes: Starting Your Research

A study of Japanese literature and its cultural roots from the eighth to the 19th century. The course focuses on enduring works of the Japanese literary tradition, along with the social and cultural conditions that gave birth to the literature.

Reference Sources: Literature

Reference Sources: Religion

Reference Sources: History

Reference Sources: Arts & Culture

Yale Art Museum, Attributed to Utagawa Toyoharu. (1735–1814). Courtesan and Attendant (detail), Late 18th–early 19th century. Hanging scroll, ink and color on paper

Oxford Art Online
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