Waga shi, waga tomo. Jimbutsu ronshu

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[1958]: Riso-sha, Tokyo

Waga shi, waga tomo. Jimbutsu ronshu [My Teachers, my Friends. Collected Essays about Individuals]. Translated with an afterword and commentaries by Nobuo Iizuka. 277p.

Contents:

[1].
Emiiru Veruharen no omoide [Erinnerungen an Emile Verhaeren. 1917], pp. 5-101
[2].
Hugo fon Hofumansutaru [Hugo von Hofmannsthal. Gedächtnisrede zur Trauerfeier im Wiener Burgtheater. 1929], pp. 102-123
[3].
Riruke tono betsuri [Abschied von Rilke. 1927], pp, 124-154
[4].
Hansu Karossa [Hans Carossa. Brief an einen französischen Freund. 1928], pp. 155-163
[5].
Heurman Baru e no tegami [Geburtstagsbrief an Hermann Bahr. 1923], pp. 164-172
[6].
Ogyusuto Rodan [Der Bildner. A poem, 1913], pp. 173-182
[7].
Arubato Shuvaitsua tono ichinichi [Unvergeßliches Erlebnis. Ein Tag bei Albert Schweitzer. 1932], pp. 183-200
[8].
Beruta fon Zuttona [Bertha von Suttner. 1917], pp. 201-215
[9].
Teodoru Herutsuru no omoide [Erinnerung an Theodor Herzl. 1929], pp. 216-230
[10].
Furoito o nobe ni okuru [Worte am Sarge Sigmund Freuds. 1939], pp. 231-238
[11].
Kaisetsu [Commentaries by Nobuo Iizuka], pp. 239-266: Emile Verhaeren, pp. 239-241; Hugo von Hofmannsthal, pp. 241-248; Rainer Maria Rilke, pp. 248-256; Hans Carossa, pp. 256-257; Hermann Bahr, pp. 257-258; Auguste Rodin, pp. 258-262; Albert Schweitzer, p. 262; Berta von Suttner, pp. 262-264; Theodor Herzl, pp. 264-265; Sigmund Freud, p. 266
[12].
Yakusha no atogaki [Afterword by Nobuo Iizuka], pp. 267-277
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