Sun Jun 8 07:54:03 EDT 2008
As far as books go on Terayama, you should check out Unspeakable Acts, which we reviewed on Midnight Eye a few years back:
> Date: Sun, 8 Jun 2008 12:34:12 +0200
> From: mathieucapel at gmail.com
> To: KineJapan at lists.acs.ohio-state.edu
> Subject: Re: Terayama Shuji
> Hello James,
> If you've been using several search engines, I assume that you already
> bumped into this website but, if not, just try Ubuweb, I think that's
> a good start...
> I don't know what was translated in the english speaking world, but as
> far as I know, you can find an interesting book by Robert T. Rolf and
> John K. Gillespie, entitled "Alternative Japanese Dramas", published
> by University of Hawaii Press. There you'll be able to find the
> english version of a script for street theatre (Knock).
> Further references to come from Kinejapan fellow scholars, I guess...
> Mathieu Capel
> 2008/6/8, James <jamesdw at netspace.net.au>:
> > Hi,
> > This is my first post, so I'll begin by introducing myself. My name is James
> > Wilkins, and I live in Australia. I'm not affiliated with an institution. I
> > have a strong interest Japanese cinema.
> > I am interested in tracking down information about the film and theatre
> > works of Terayama Shuji. I have searched several seach engines, but have
> > found limited information regarding his works. I would appreciate any links
> > to reviews and analysis of his works. I am particularly interested in
> > finding English translations of his theatre and film work, as well as his
> > poetry. Anything to enlighten me, really.
> > Thanks in advance. I look forward to contributing to this forum.
> > Cheers,
> > James Wilkins
> Mathieu Capel
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