Classics The Tale of Genji: The Arthur Waley Translation of Lady Murasaki's Masterpiece (Tuttle Classics)

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    The Tale of Genji: The Arthur Waley Translation of Lady Murasaki's Masterpiece with a new foreword by Dennis Washburn (Tuttle Classics)

    "What Waley did create is literary art of extraordinary beauty that brings to life in English the world Murasaki Shikibu imagined. The beauty of his art has not dimmed, but like the original text itself, retains the power to move and enlighten."—Dennis Washburn, from his foreword

    Centuries before Shakespeare, Murasaki Shikibu's The Tale of Genji was already acknowledged as a classic of Japanese literature. Over the past century, this book has gained worldwide acceptance as not only the world's first novel, but as one of the greatest works of literature of all time.

    The hero of the tale, Prince Genji, is a shining example of the Heian-era ideal man—accomplished in poetry, dance, music, painting, and, not least of all to the novel's many plots, romance. The Tale of Genji and the characters and world it depicts have influenced Japanese culture to its very core. This celebrated translation by Arthur Waley gives Western readers a very genuine feel for the tone of this beloved classic.

    This edition contains the complete Waley translation of all six books of The Tale of Genji and also contains a new foreword by Dennis Washburn with key insights into both the book and the importance of this translation for modern readers.

    Product Details

    • Series: Tuttle Classics
    • Paperback: 1184 pages
    • Publisher: Tuttle Publishing; Reprint edition (March 10, 2010)
    • Language: English
    • ISBN-10: 4805310812
    • ISBN-13: 978-4805310816
    • Product Dimensions: 5.1 x 2.1 x 8 inches
    "While Tyler's version, which attempts to capture the social and political nuance of Murasaki's language, is the best choice for scholars, Waley's remains the most attractive and accessible for the general reader." —Library Journal

    "The Tale of Genji, as translated by Arthur Waley, is written with an almost miraculous naturalness, and what interests us is not the exoticism—the horrible word—but rather the human passions of the novel. Such interest is just: Murasaki's work is what one would quite precisely call a psychological novel. I dare to recommend this book to those who read me." —Jorge Luis Borges, The Total Library

    About the Author
    Lady Murasaki Shikibu, born in the year 978, was a member of the famed Fujiwara clan—one of the most influential families of the Heian period. Her literary ability quickly won her a place in the entourage of the Empress Akiko. After the death of her husband, Murasaki Shikibu immersed herself in Buddhism, and the religion's influences permeate her writing.

    Arthur Waley (1889-1966) taught himself Chinese and Japanese after being appointed Assistant Keeper of Oriental Prints and Manuscripts at the British Museum. He went on to become renowned as one of the most respected translators of Asian classics into English of his time. His translated works include The Noh Plays of Japan and Monkey.

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  2. Caruri Tlkd

    Caruri Tlkd Sinh viên năm III

    Chưa ai làm cuốn Truyện kể Genji nhỉ?
    chichi.myluckycharm thích bài này.
  3. chichi.myluckycharm

    chichi.myluckycharm Cử nhân

    Nếu Truyện kể Genji được làm thành ebook thì tuyệt quá :), mình chẳng tìm đâu ra nơi đọc cũng không thấy đâu bán :(.
  4. dongtrang

    dongtrang Lớp 5

    Bạn nào lười đọc bản tiếng Anh vì thấy dài quá thì có thể vô đây đọc bản lược dịch bằng tiếng Việt. Chỉ có 10 chương thôi
    Vui lòng đăng nhập hoặc đăng ký để xem link
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  5. chichi.myluckycharm

    chichi.myluckycharm Cử nhân

    Mình thấy không cần thiết lập thêm topic mới nên đăng luôn ở đây cho các bạn tiện download các bản dịch khác của The tale of Genji. :)

    Dưới đây là 3 bản dịch khác của các dịch giả:
    + Royall Tyler: Vui lòng đăng nhập hoặc đăng ký để xem link
    + Edward G. Seidensticker: Vui lòng đăng nhập hoặc đăng ký để xem link
    + Dennis Washburn: Vui lòng đăng nhập hoặc đăng ký để xem link
    chis, bibong, pthanhhoa and 1 other person like this.
  6. Caruri Tlkd

    Caruri Tlkd Sinh viên năm III

    Theo wikipeidia thì bản tiếng Việt in từ năm 1991 và có lẽ đến nay chưa tái bản.

    Đã có bạn định làm nhưng nản nên không thực hiện.
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