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" 1 The tree was felled, but, having fallen, it suddenly became so heavy that three hundred men could not move it. Then the child, taking a branch in his little hand, said, " Come," and the tree followed him, gliding along the ground to the court of the... "
Glimpses of unfamiliar Japan - Page 360
by Lafcadio Hearn - 1894 - 1041 pages
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Glimpses of Unfamiliar Japan, Volume 2

Lafcadio Hearn - Japan - 1894 - 1041 pages
...The prince wanted the tree for the reparation of a great Buddhist temple, the San-jiu-san-gen-dö. 1 The tree was felled, but, having fallen, it suddenly...to the court of the temple. Although said to be a bakemono-ki, the enoki sometimes receives highest religious honors ; for the spirit of the god Köjin,...
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Glimpses of unfamiliar Japan, Volume 2

Lafcadio Hearn - History - 1894
...purpose. The prince wanted the tree for the reparation of a great Buddhist temple, the San-jiu-san-gen-do. 1 The tree was felled, but, having fallen, it suddenly...to the court of the temple. Although said to be a bakemono-ki, the enoki sometimes receives highest religious honors; for the spirit of the god Kojin,...
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A little journey to China and Japan

Marian M. George - History - 1900 - 184 pages
...owner to forego his purpose. The prince wanted the tree for the repairing of a great Buddhist temple. The tree was felled, but, having fallen, it suddenly...three hundred men could not move it. Then the child of the woman whose spirit was in the tree, taking a branch in his little hand, said: "Come," and the...
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The writings of Lafcadio Hearn, Volume 6

Lafcadio Hearn, Elizabeth Bisland - 1922
...The prince wanted the tree for the reparation of a great Buddhist temple, the San-jiu-sangen-dö.1 The tree was felled, but, having fallen, it suddenly...to the court of the temple. Although said to be a bakemono-ki, the enoki sometimes receives highest religious honors; for the spirit of the god Kôjin,...
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The Writings of Lafcadio Hearn, Volume 6

Lafcadio Hearn, Elizabeth Bisland - 1922
...purpose. The prince wanted the tree for the reparation of a great Buddhist temple, the San-jiu-sangen-do.1 The tree was felled, but, having fallen, it suddenly...to the court of the temple. Although said to be a bakemono-ki, the enoki sometimes receives highest religious honors; for the spirit of the god Kojin,...
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The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 70

Current events - 1892
...purpose. The prince wanted the tree for the reparation of a great Buddhist temple, the San-jiu-san-gen-do. 1 The tree was felled, but, having fallen, it suddenly...branch in his little hand, said, " Come," and the tree fol1 Perhaps the moat impressive of all the Buddhist temples in Kyoto. It in dedicated to VII. : The...
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The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 70

Current events - 1892
...purpose. The prince wanted the tree for the reparation of a great Buddhist temple, the San-jiu-san-gen-do. 1 The tree was felled, but, having fallen, it suddenly became so heavy that three hundred mcn could not move it. Then the child, taking a branch in his little hand, said, " Come," and the tree...
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Lafcadio Hearn's Japan: An Anthology of His Writings on the Country and Its ...

Lafcadio Hearn - History - 1997 - 280 pages
...The prince wanted the tree for the reparation of a great Buddhist temple, the San-jiu-san-gen-d6. 21 The tree was felled, but, having fallen, it suddenly...to the court of the temple. Although said to be a bakemono-ki, the enoki sometimes receives highest religious honors; for the spirit of the god Kojin,...
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