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March 1999

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Steve Cavrak <[log in to unmask]>
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Fri, 5 Mar 1999 17:32:15 -0500
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Earlier today, David Seaman from the E-Text Center at
the University of Virginia was visiting the University
of Vermont. One of the items he demonstrated just a bit
of was a new Japanese E-Text Initiative between the
University of Virginia and The University of
Pennsylvania.  Looks like an interesting source of
reading material ...

The available texts include:

Online Texts (in chronological order)

        Manyoshu
        Kokin Wakashu
        Ise Monogatari
        Sarashina Nikki
        Hojoki
        Ogura Hyakunin Isshu, or, 100 Poems by 100 Poets
        Tsurezuregusa
        Noh Plays
        Saikaku, Koshoku Gonin Onna
        Saikaku, Koshoku Ichidai Onna
        Basho, Oku no Hosomichi
        Chikamatsu, Sonezaki Shinju
        Chikamatsu, Shinju Ten no Amijima
        Akinari, Ugetsu Monogatari
        Issa, Ora ga Haru
        Yosano, Midaregami
        Mori Ogai, Gan

Forthcoming:

        Sei Shonagon, Makura no Soshi
        Saigyo, [Poetry]
        Chushingura
        Akinari, Harusame
        Ryokan, [Poetry]
        Soseki, Kokoro


Steve

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