Plays of Old Japan the "Nō" by Marie Charlotte Carmichael Stopes

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Statementtogether with translations by M.C.Stopes and Professor Joji Sakurai ; with preface by His Excellency Baron Kato.
ContributionsSakurai, Joji, Professor.
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Open LibraryOL17184619M

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Plays of old japan the ‘nŌ’ by marie c. stopes, ph.d., f.l.s. together with translations of the dramas by m.

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