An Susumaton han Genji

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An Susumaton han Genji amo an buhat klasikal nga literatura Hapones ni Murasaki Shikibu ha katimpranuhan han napulo kag-usa knga siglo.

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  • Mostow, Joshua S (April 1999). ""Picturing" in The Tale of Genji". The Journal of the Association of Teachers of Japanese 33 (1): 1–25. JSTOR 489628. doi:10.2307/489628. 
  • Murase, Miyeko (1983). Iconography of the Tale of Genji : Genji monogatari ekotoba. New York: Weatherhill.
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  • Pekarik, Andrew (1982). Ukifune : Love in the tale of genji. New York: Columbia University Press.
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  • Shirane, Haruo (1987). The Bridge of Dreams : A Poetics of the Tale of Genji. Stanford, Calif.: Stanford University Press.
  • Shirane, Haruo (2008). Envisioning the Tale of Genji: Media, Gender, and Cultural Production. New York: Columbia University Press.
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  • Tyler, Royall (2003). "Rivalry, Triumph, Folly, Revenge: A Plot Line through the Tale of Genji". Journal of Japanese Studies 29 (2): 251–87. 
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  • Yoda, Tomiko (December 1999). "Fractured Dialogues: Mono no aware and Poetic Communication in the Tale of Genji". Harvard Journal of Asiatic Studies 59 (2): 523–57. JSTOR 2652721. doi:10.2307/2652721. 

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