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The hare of Inaba

The hare of Inaba

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Published by Kobunsha in Tokyo .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Other titlesInaba no shirousagi
Statementtold to children by Mrs. T.H. James ; [illustrated by Sensai Eitaku].
SeriesJapanese fairy tale series ;, no. 11, Kobunsha"s Japanese fairy tale series ;, no. 11.
ContributionsJames, T. H., Mrs., Eitaku, 1843-1890., Holmes, Fanny Bowditch Dixwell, 1840-1929, inscriber., Oliver Wendell Holmes Library Collection (Library of Congress)
Classifications
LC ClassificationsPZ8 .J27 no. 11b
The Physical Object
Pagination[18] p. :
Number of Pages18
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL3664016M
LC Control Number2002553511


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Ōkuninushi (at the time he was just Ōnamuji without the august suffix) and his brothers, eighty gods altogether, were all suitors seeking the hand of Princess Yakami/Yagami (八上比売) of Inaba in marriage. They were all travelling together from their home country of Izumo to the.

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Again, the narrator does a great job of capturing the spirit of these children’s stories with the slightest inflection in his voice and once more the tone is consistent throughout all. Inaba no shirousagi The hare of Inaba Author - T.H.

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