The spirit of Noh : a new translation of the classic Noh treatise the Fushikaden
by Zeami, 1363-1443.
Format: Book
Summary: Zeami (1363-1443), the most celebrated figure in the history of Noh, wrote numerous outstanding plays and treatises outlining his theories on the art. Fushikaden, the best known of these treatises, provides practical instruction for actors, gives valuable teachings on the aesthetics and spiritual culture of Japan, and offers a philosophical outlook on life. Along with the Fushikaden, Wilson includes a comprehensive introduction describing the historical background and philosophy of Noh, as well as a new translation of one of Zeami's most moving plays, Atsumori.--Amazon.com
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Call Number: 792.0952 ZEAMI

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