Lafcadio Hearn Lafcadio Hearn (full given name Patrick Lafcadio Hearn) (1850 1904) b.Santa Maura, Greece, Irish father, Greek mother. Writer, journalist. http://www.abacci.com/books/authorDetails.asp?authorID=209
Lafcadio Hearn Note at Abacci the primary listing for Lafcadio Hern is Lafcadio Hearn. LafcadioHern (full given name Patrick Lafcadio Hern) (1850 1904) b. Santa Maura http://www.abacci.com/books/authorDetails2.asp?authorID=209&misspellID=395
Lafcadio Hearn Links last update 3/14/2002. Lafcadio Hearn. Natsume Souseki and LafcadioHearn as a teacher here. (Library of Wasada University) 6/26/1998. http://www.gifu-u.ac.jp/~kameoka/H-link.html
Extractions: By Alphabet : Encyclopedia A-Z H Related Category: American Literature, Biographies Lafcadio Hearn E O hUrn] Pronunciation Key One of Cleopatra's Nights (1882), a translation of six Gautier stories. In 1890 he went to Japan to write a series of articles for an American publisher. There he spent the rest of his life, writing what is considered his best work. He married a Japanese woman, taught in Japanese universities, and became a Japanese citizen in 1895, taking the name Yakumo Koizumi. Of his 12 books written during this period, Glimpses of Unfamiliar Japan Kokoro Japanese Fairy Tales (1902), and Japan: An Attempt at Interpretation (1904) are most memorable. See biography by E. Stevenson (1961).
Summering House Of Lafcadio Hearn Shzuoka Prefecture, c 1870 Lafcadio Hearn (1850 1904) was born in Greece, educatedin Ireland, and went to the United States where he studied literature. http://www1.kinjo-u.ac.jp/~nakata/Nakata/Data/Sectors/6Sector/EYakumo.htm
Extractions: Lafcadio Hearn (1850 1904) was born in Greece, educated in Ireland, and went to the United States where he studied literature. He came to Japan in 1890 and immediately resolved to settle down in this country for life. He taught English in Matsue and Kumamoto, and then moved to Kobe where he was naturalized in Japan in 1896. He moved to Tokyo in the same year to give lectures at the Imperial University of Tokyo. From the following year onward, he summered every year at the sea coast of Yaizu, Shizuoka Prefecture, on the second floor of a fish shop owned by Otokichi Yamaguchi, whom Hearn thought the most amiable Japanese he had ever known. The shop was rebuilt in the Meiji Mura in 1971. ORAL PRESENTATION 6 Sector Overview
Hearn Lafcadio Hearn (1850 1904). The great interpreter of Japan was born in Greeceof Irish-Greek parentage. From 1863 he spent four years at Ushaw College. http://online.northumbria.ac.uk/faculties/art/humanities/cns/m-hearn.html
Extractions: Myers Literary Guide Centre for Northern Studies LAFCADIO HEARN (1850 - 1904) The great interpreter of Japan was born in Greece of Irish-Greek parentage. From 1863 he spent four years at Ushaw College. Such were his home circumstances that he spent his holidays at the College too. His walks in the surrounding countryside had a formative effect on his rather unstable character. Ushaw had a number of games peculiar to the college and it was during one of them 'Giant's Strides', that Hearn sustained an eye injury from a knotted rope. This resulted in a loss of sight and a permanent disfigurement which was to have a profound effect on his life. He became convinced that he was unattractive to women, and contrived to have photographs taken of him only in profile. Hearn later lived in America, but spent the last part of his life in Japan. he became a Japanese citizen and changed his name to Yakimo Koizumi. His books on Japan include In Ghostly Japan A Japanese Miscellany (1901) and Japan: An Attempt at Interpretation Return to Index On to next Author
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Hearn, Lafcadio Hearn, Lafcadio, , 18501904, American author, b. Leucadio, IonianIslands, of IrishGreek parentage. He was educated in Ireland http://www.slider.com/Enc/H/Hat/Hearn-La.htm
LEO - The New York Public Library 1v. (unpaged) col. illus. ; 24 cm. Notes Based on Theold woman and her dumpling, by Lafcadio Hearn. Published also by Puffin. English. http://leopac.nypl.org/ipac20/ipac.jsp?profile=dial--3&index=ISBN&term=014054753
Documentary Editing Lafcadio Hearn s America Ethnographic Sketches and Editorials.Edited by Simon J.Bronner. of essays by the Irishborn writer (18501904) that chronicle http://etext.lib.virginia.edu/ade/cont03-99/V24N02Recent_Editions.html
Extractions: June 2002, Vol. 24, No. 2 Compliled by Kevin J. Martin This quarterly bibliography of current documentary editions published on subjects in the fields of American and British history, literature, and culture is generally restricted to scholarly first editions of English language works. To have publications included in future lists, please send press materials or full bibliographic citations to Johanna Resler, Managing Editor, Documentary Editing , IUPUI, Cavanaugh Hall 207, 425 University Boulevard, Indianapolis, Indiana 46202-5104. Or email: email@example.com ALDER, JONATHAN. A History of Jonathan Alder: His Captivity and Life with the Indians . Edited by Larry L. Nelson. Akron: University of Akron Press, 2002. 215 pp. $34.95. ISBN 1884836801. Extensive first person account from Ohio's pioneer and settlement eras. Work spans half a century, beginning with the author's capture at age nine in 1782 . ANDREWS, ELIZA FRANCES.
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