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The Kiso RoadThe Life and Times of Shimazaki Toson$

William E. Naff and J. Thomas Rimer

Print publication date: 2010

Print ISBN-13: 9780824832186

Published to Hawaii Scholarship Online: November 2016

DOI: 10.21313/hawaii/9780824832186.001.0001

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(p.631) Significant Works of Shimazaki Tōson

(p.631) Significant Works of Shimazaki Tōson

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The Kiso Road
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University of Hawai'i Press

In constructing the biography, the author has used a number of sources from writings composed at various periods in the author’s career, and of necessity without observing any strict chronology. The following list indicates important works mentioned more than once in the text and indicates their location in the Tōson zenshū (complete works), 17 volumes (Tokyo: Chikuma Shobō, 1973). A dagger (†) is used to indicate when sections are translated into English in this biography.

A number of stories and articles first published in journals or newspapers were later published in book form. The listing below includes only the book references. Letters and other similar material, as well as brief articles mentioned in the text, are not included here.

  • Arashi (The Tempest, 1927), vol. 10

  • Aru onna no shōgai (The Life of a Certain Woman, 1921), vol. 10

  • Bifū (Gentle Breeze, 1913) [ten stories], vol. 5

  • Chikaramochi (Muscle Dumplings, 1940), vol. 10

  • Chikumagawa no suketchi (Chikuma River Sketchbooks, 1911–1912), vol. 5

  • Etoranzee (Étranger, 1920), vol. 8

  • Furusato o omou kokoro (Thoughts of Home, 1922), vol. 10

  • Ganseki no aida (Among the Boulders, 1912), vol. 5

  • Hakai (The Broken Commandment, 1906), vol. 2

  • Haru (Springtime, 1908), vol. 3

  • Heiwa no Pari (Paris at Peace, 1915), vol. 6.

  • Hitohabune (Leaf Boat, 1898), vol. 1

  • Ie (The Family, 1910–1911), vol. 4

  • Iiguradayori (Tidings from Iigura, 1923), vol. 9

  • Inbun ni tsuite (On Poetry, 1905), vol. 1

  • Jinsei no fūryū o omou (Reflections on Sensibility in Human Life, 1893), vol. 1

  • Junrei (The Pilgrimage, 1940), vol. 13

  • † “Kaiko (Chichi o tsuinōshite kaika kokugakujō no shiken)” (In Retrospect [A Private View of National Learning Written in Memory of My Father], 1941), vol. 13

  • Mebae (Swelling Buds, 1909), vol. 3

  • (p.632) Megane (Spectacles, 1913), vol. 5

  • Nanimono o ka waga shōgai ni ataeshi tabi (Journeys That Have Contributed Something to My Life, 1910), vol. 6

  • Nochi no Shinkatamachi yori (Again from Shinkatamachi, 1913), vol. 6

  • Osanaki hi (Childhood Days, 1912–1913), vol. 5

  • Osanaki mono ni (To the Little Ones, 1917), vol. 8

  • Rakubaishū (Fallen Plum Blossoms, 1901), vol. 1

  • Rokuyōshū (Greenleaf Collection, 1907), vol. 2

  • Sakura no mi no juku-suru toki (When the Cherries Ripen, 1919), vol. 5

  • San’in miyage (Souvenirs from the San’in Region, 1927), vol. 10

  • Sannin (The Three, 1924), vol. 10

  • Senso no Pari (Paris at War, 1915), vol. 6

  • Shinkatamachi yori (From Shinkatamachi, 1909), vol. 6

  • Shinsei (New Life, 1918–1919), vol. 7

  • Shisei ni arite (In the City, 1930), vol. 13

  • Shokugo (After Dinner, 1912) [12 stories plus 6 added in later editions], vol. 4

  • Tōhō no mon (The Gate to the East, unfinished, 1943), vol. 14

  • Tōson shishū (Tōson Anthology, 1904), vol. 1

  • Tōsonshū (The Tōson Collection, 1909), vol. 3

  • Umi e (To the Sea, 1922), vol. 8

  • Wakanashū (Young Herbs, 1897), vol. 1

  • Yo-ake mae (Before the Dawn, 1929–1935), vols. 11–12