Warlords Artists and Commoners: Japan in the Sixteenth Century

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George Elison, Bardwell L. Smith
University of Hawaii Press, 1981 - History - 356 pages
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Contents

Japan in the Sixteenth Century
1
The City oSakai and Urban Autonomy
23
Patterns of Momoyama History
55
A Visualization ofEitokus Lost Paintings at Azuchi Castle
87
Joha a SixteenthCentury Poet of Linked Verse
113
Song and the Performing Arts
133
Music Cultures ofMomoyama Japan
163
From Its Origins to Sen no Rikyu
187
Hideyoshi the Bountiful Minister
223
Contributors
281
Glossary
339
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