Twenty-three stories by a Japanese writer. The subjects include beggars, Buddhist priests and love dramas. The story, Diary of My Sixteenth Year, is on the friendship of a boy and his grandfather.
|japanese title:||Izu no Odoriko|
|notes:||Japanese title: Izu no Odoriko. Contents: One. The dancing girl of Izu. Diary of my sixteenth year. Oil. The master of funerals. Gathering ashes. Two. Hurrah. The princess of the dragon palace. The money road. Chastity under the roof. The moon. Enemy. A woman. Frightening love. Horse beauty. The sea. Hands. The third-class waiting room. The watch. History. Birthplace. Burning the pine boughs. A prayer in the mother tongue. The setting sun.|
|publisher:||Counterpoint, 1997, 1998|
|publication place:||Washington, D.C.|
|japanese publication date:||1926|
|english publication date:||1997|
|description:||x, 160 p. ; 21 cm.|