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Naomi Iizuka
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Japan Playwrights Association Staff, Half a Century of Japanese Theater, Kinokuniya Shoten Shuppanbu, 2000.

This book contains a series of contemporary Japanese plays that have been translated into English. It is an excellent collection representing the skills and achievements of modern Japanese playwrights.

Ortolani, Benito, and Leiter, Samuel, Japanese Theater in the World, Japanese Foundation, 1997.

This book traces the history of Japanese theater with over 700 objects, covering a vast range of theater traditions, ranging from the ancient to the avant-garde.

Shikibu, Murasaki, The Tale of Genji, translated by Royall Tyler, Penguin, 2002.

Widely recognized as the world's first novel, The Tale of Genji is the eleventh-century tale of Genji, the son of an emperor, The book follows Genji's political fortunes and adventures.

Shonagon, Sei, The Pillow Book of Sei Shonagon, edited and translated by Ivan Morris, Columbia University Press, 1991.

From the pen of Ivan Morris, one of the most...

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