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Bloominton: Indiana University Press, 1971. 269 pages (dampstaining affecting the margins of corners of pages, penciling on about 6 pages), 8vo, cloth, dust wrapper (toned and tattered). Bloomington: Indiana University Press, (1971). A very good copy in a poor dust wrapper. Signed presentation copy for Alfred Kazin.
Tokyo: Takahashi, 1989. Text in Japanese and English. Foreword by Donald Keene and translated by Susan Tyler. Illustrated in color, some fold out plates. 221 pages, 4to, pale blue cloth with gilt stamped text, housed in slipcase. A fine copy in a very nice slipcase. The tale of Genji is sometimes called the world's first novel.
Carbondale: Southern Illinois University Press, 1967. With a Preface by Harry T. Moore. 198pp. 8vo, cloth-backed boards, d.w. (slightly sunned edges). Carbondale: Southern Illinois University Press, (1967). A near fine copy in a very good(+) dust wrapper. Part of the series: Crosscurrents Modern Critiques, general editor Harry T. Moore.