Takashi Natsume has always been aware of the supernatural world, but after he inherits a magical book from his grandmother, the supernatural world is aware of him!
Author: Yuki Midorikawa
Publisher: VIZ Media LLC
Category: Comics & Graphic Novels
Takashi Natsume has always been aware of the supernatural world, but after he inherits a magical book from his grandmother, the supernatural world is aware of him! Takashi Natsume can see the spirits and demons that hide from the rest of humanity. He has always been set apart from other people because of his gift, drifting from relative to relative, never fitting in. Now he's a troubled high school student who has come to live in the small town where his grandmother grew up. And there he discovers that he has inherited more than just the Sight from the mysterious Reiko. Nyanko sensei is missing, and the only clue to his whereabout is a shard of pottery painted with calico markings! Following the urgings of a dream seemingly sent by the shard, Natsume travels to a local kiln and finds far more than just answers about his lost friend.
Takashi rescues a young boy named Kai from an abandoned house, where he had been locked in a box.
Author: Yuki Midorikawa
Publisher: VIZ Media LLC
Category: Comics & Graphic Novels
Takashi rescues a young boy named Kai from an abandoned house, where he had been locked in a box. But this isn't just a case of bullying gone too far. Kai has been complaining about being chased by ghosts. Does he see yokai too, or is there something darker going on? -- VIZ Media
Die heute an Gusswerkstoffe gestellten Qualitätsanforderungen sind komplex und hoch.
Author: Stephan Hasse
Publisher: Fachverlag Schiele & Schoen
Die heute an Gusswerkstoffe gestellten Qualitätsanforderungen sind komplex und hoch. Deshalb muss die Qualität der aus diesen Werkstoffen hergestellten Bauteile fortwährend überwacht werden. In einzigartiger Ausführlichkeit werden diverse Gefüge vorgestellt und deren Nutzen in der alltäglichen Praxis beschrieben. Today the quality demands on casting materials are complicated and on a high level. Therefore, the quality of the components made of these materials has to be continuously monitored. In addition, the structure of the respective material with all its specific features is one of the most important quality signs. While the results of the most testing methods can be displayed as measured data, casting structures must be described and interpreted, i. e. there must be a description as to which phases exist within the structure, in which amount and shape they are distributed and which properties have to be expected.
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Author: Arthur Stockwin
Publisher: ANU Press
Category: Political Science
This book represents volume one of the writings of David Sissons, who for most of his career pioneered research on the history of relations between Australia and Japan. Much of what he wrote remained unpublished at the time of his death in 2006, and so the editors have included a selection of his hitherto unpublished work along with some of his published writings. Breaking Japanese Diplomatic Codes, edited by Desmond Ball and Keiko Tamura, was published in 2013 and forms a part of the series that reproduces many of Sissons’ writings. In the current volume, the topics covered are wide. They range from contacts between the two countries as far back as the early 19th century, Japanese pearl divers in northern Australia, Japanese prostitutes in Australia, the wool trade, the notorious ‘trade diversion episode’ of 1936, and a study of the Japan historian James Murdoch. Sissons was an extraordinarily meticulous researcher, leaving no stone unturned in his search for accuracy and completeness of understanding, and should be considered one of Australia’s major historians. His writings deal with not only diplomatic negotiations and decision-making, but also the lives of ordinary and often nameless people and their engagements with their host society. His warm humanity in recording ordinary people’s lives as well as his balanced examination of historical incidents and issues from both Australian and Japanese perspectives are a hallmark of his scholarship.
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In 1938 he rounded out his series of original researches on ancient cultures with
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the History of Japanese Thought ) , Iwanami , 4 volumes , 1927 – 1948 . ... 21
Nihon Kodai Bunka ( Ancient Japanese Culture ) , Iwanami , 1920 , Zenshū , Vol .
Memory and Melancholy in the Personal Writings of Natsume Soseki Marvin
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Author: Marvin Marcus
Publisher: University of Hawaii Press
Category: Biography & Autobiography
Much has been written about Natsume Soseki (1867–1916), one of Japan’s most celebrated writers. Known primarily for his novels, he also published a large and diverse body of short personal writings (shohin) that have long lived in the shadow of his fictional works. The essays, which appeared in the Asahi shinbun between 1907 and 1915, comprise a fascinating autobiographical mosaic, while capturing the spirit of the Meiji era and the birth of modern Japan. In Reflections in a Glass Door, Marvin Marcus introduces readers to a rich sampling of Soseki’s shohin. The writer revisits his Tokyo childhood, recalling family, friends, and colleagues and musing wistfully on the transformation of his city and its old neighborhoods. He painfully recounts his two years in London, where he immersed himself in literary research even as he struggled with severe depression. A chronic stomach ailment causes Soseki to reflect on his own mortality and what he saw as the spiritual afflictions of modern Japanese: rampant egocentrism and materialism. Throughout he adopts a number of narrative voices and poses: the peevish husband, the harried novelist, the convalescent, the seeker of wisdom. Marcus identifies memory and melancholy as key themes in Soseki’s personal writings and highlights their relevance in his fiction. He balances Soseki’s account of his Tokyo household with that of his wife, Natsume Kyoko, who left a straightforward record of life with her celebrated husband. Soseki crafted a moving and convincing voice in his shohin, which can now be pondered and enjoyed for their penetrating observation and honesty, as well as the fresh perspective they offer on one of Japan’s literary giants.
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Shisoshi Kenkyū ( Studies in the History of Japanese Thought ) , Iwanami , 4 volumes , 1927–1948 .
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For example , see Etsuko Nakayama , “ A Study of Conflict in the Life and the
Later Novels of Natsume Sôseki , ” Ph . D ... Indeed , if Sôseki had shortened the
first chapter , “ Tomodachi " ( Friend ) , Kôjin would have been a much better
balanced work . ... On the other hand , among the few , mostly Sôseki ' s
contemporaries , who criticized the novel ' s artificial style ... 25 . " Deixis ” relates
expressions of time , person and place to the time of the narration . Reed , p . 60 .
26 . Reed , p .