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Japanese Studies for EALC Grad Students: Literature

Japanese studies research resources and library guide for graduate students in the Department of East Asian Languages and Cultures.

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Japanese Literature in Translation

Japanese Literature in Translation Search

This database, provided by the Japan Foundation, "covers Japanese literary works translated into other languages, mostly after World War II. Searches can be made either in Japanese character or Roman letters."

Japanese Text Initiative

Japanese Text Initiative

Created by collaboration of University of Virginia and University of Pittsburgh, Japanese Text Initiative provides online access to Japanese classical texts.

Premodern Japanese Texts and Translations

Premodern Japanese Texts and Translations by Michael Watson (Meiji Gakuin University)

A bibliography of Japanese literary prose and poetry written before 1600. The list covers English translations and other Western languages, as well as some information about electronic texts and scholarly studies of works not yet translated.