7 edition of Earless Ho Ichi found in the catalog.
Earless Ho Ichi
by Kodansha International Ltd.
Written in English
|Contributions||Masakazu Kuwata (Illustrator), Donald Keene (Introduction)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||48|
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Hoichi the Earless (耳なし芳一, Mimi-nashi Hōichi) is the name of a well-known figure from Japanese folklore. His story is well known in Japan, and the best-known English translation first appeared in the book Kwaidan: Stories and Studies of Strange Things by Lafcadio Hearn.
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* BittersweetEnding: the ending of “Earless Ho’ichi.” Ho’ichi has lost his outer ears and gone through a traumatic experience but his story makes him famous, he ends up becoming a wealthy singer, and more importantly for him, he has a purpose in life, singing to honor the dead, and hopefully giving them some measure of peace.
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In conjunction with the ancient civilizations curriculum, students read a selection of short stories including "The Dog of Pompeii," "The Lady or the Tiger," “The All-American Slurp,” and "Ho-ichi the Earless." Students also read three novels, Same Sun Here, Bamboo People, and a retelling of The Odyssey.
Earless Ho-ichi a Classic Japanese tale of Mystery (Story was made part of Movie Kwaidan) Lafcadio Hearn (), with introduction Donald Keene, illustrations by Masakazu Kuwata, Leading Japanese Artist, Light Fox Title pg.
Books written by Rafe Martin, award-winning author and teacher of Endless Path Zendo, a Diamond Sangha Zen temple in Rochester NY. Ho-Ichi the Earless, a two-time Newbery Award-winner, is in Avi’s collection.
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EARLESS HO-ICHI: A CLASSIC JAPANESE TALE OF MYSTERY With an introduction by Lafcadio Hearn. Tokyo: Kodansha International Ltd. Publishers, . Small quarto, illustrations by Masakazu Kuwata, pictorial boards. First separate edition. (#) More Details about EARLESS HO-ICHI: A CLASSIC JAPANESE TALE OF MYSTERY With an introduction.
Martin, who acknowledges his debt to Hearn in his introduction, excellent source notes, and bibliography, has retold "Urashima Taro," "Ho-ichi the Earless," "The Boy Who Drew Cats, " and seven other well-chosen tales in the lively voice of a talented travelingartsfiesta.com: Rafe Martin.MASTERS OF FANTASY AND HORROR: LAFCADIO HEARN “I have pledged myself to the worship of the Odd, the Queer, the Strange, the Exotic, the Monstrous.” More Details about EARLESS HO-ICHI: A CLASSIC JAPANESE TALE OF MYSTERY With an introduction by Lafcadio Hearn.
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