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Translation Of Sakusha Shikiho: Kezairoku

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This appendix contains several details such as valuable notes on playwriting: methodology for playwrights heaven; what playwrights should know; writers of fiction; Jruri playwrights; Kabuki playwrights; and creative characteristics of actors of the period of resurgence. This book addresses the history, methodology, and practitioners of Kabuki playwriting of the Edo Period (1603-1867.) The reader will find a critical examination of Kezairoku, and discussions regarding the connections between the Kabuki and literary worlds of Edo Japan, and between playwriting and the oral arts.

Keywords: Jruri playwrights; Kabuki playwrights; sakusha Shikih: Kezairoku



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