1 edition of Modern Japanese short stories. found in the catalog.
Modern Japanese short stories.
by Japan Publications [Distributed by Japan Publications Trading Co., San Francisco, Calif. in Tokyo
Written in English
|Statement||Translated by E. G. Seidensticker, John Bester [and] Ivan Morris.|
|LC Classifications||PZ1.J23 Mo5, PL782.E5 Mo5|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||227|
|LC Control Number||70487310|
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