4 edition of Chugoku bungaku ronko found in the catalog.
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|Pagination||xvi, 89 p. :|
|Number of Pages||44|
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Glossary of special terms included. Photographs of specimens from Europe, Asia and America; v. 13, Tokyo, lwanami Shoten, 1934, 264 pp. Forms of rain-prayers in Japan. Significant textual variations sometimes occur between different printings of the same edition of a given work. Comparison of modern and ancient tools. Clear, systematic summary by time periods of Korea and its sub-areas; relations with Japan, in particular, are examined.
Summary of numerous surveys on seasonal distribution of labor, but with little analysis of the statistics. A treatment of customs and cultural traits of Japan by areas Chugoku bungaku ronko. tJ On one variety of shell money of the Formosan aborigines ," MGK, v.
j —ie ' Atlas of Japanese prehistoric potteryTokyo, Teikoku Daigaku Bungakubu K'okogaku Kenkyushitsu, 12 parts in 4 v. Abbreviations are explained in lists, if necessary. Lists charms for sickness, childbirth, possession by evil spirits, and other crises of childhood, and speculates on their origins.
A few folktales of the Ryukyus told in popular style. Beardsley TABLE OF CONTENTS Page Editor's Foreword on the Bibliographical Series.
Brief, systematic account of prehistoric and protohistoric Japanese archeology.
Stone hoes ," KGZ, v.
Issue devoted to brief papers on archeological problems, such as cultural relations, dating, classification, etc.