■ Structure of the materials
For centuries, Mount Fuji has been depicted from many different perspectives in stories and poetry, and it has exerted a unique influence on Japanese culture in both religion and the arts. The materials introduce works of literature that represent Mount Fuji, divided into three categories: 1.) Mount Fuji: A Mountain Known to All
; 2.) Mount Fuji in Pictures
; and, 3.) Mount Fuji as Seen in Literature: Its Religious, Scenic, and Sentimental Connotations
. Each work comes with a brief introduction that provides such information as the date of creation, an outline of the whole work, contents of the excerpted portion, and notable characteristics.
Publisher: Chuo University
Length: 169 pages
Date of issue: March 2017
Languages: English and Japanese
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