Mizoguchi the Master

Aaron Gerow aaron.gerow at yale.edu
Wed Mar 24 22:51:54 EDT 2010

Unfortunately, this is basically a thick newspaper, kind of like the  
Village Voice. It is thus not easy to preserve (a library would have  
to specially bind it to put it on the shelf). I would not be surprised  
if some archives just decide to avoid the trouble and put it in their  
clippings files or some other special collection. You might have to be  
creative to find it.

Yale's copy seems to be missing, unfortunately. I have a copy in my  
files, but back at Yale (I'm in Japan).


On Mar 25, 2010, at 11:40 AM, Mark Roberts wrote:

> According to WorldCat, this booklet was published by the  
> Cinematheque Ontario in collaboration with the Audio-Visual Division  
> of the Japan Foundation, Tokyo. I just checked the Japan Foundation  
> library, but they don't list a copy in their online catalog.  
> WorldCat has no results for Japan at all, actually. You might try  
> contacting both the Cinematheque Ontario and the JF. Maybe they can  
> provide you with a copy.
> M
> On Mar 25, 2010, at 3:31 AM, Michael Smith wrote:
>> Dear all,
>> My name is Michael Smith and I'm a PhD candidate at the University  
>> of Leeds (UK) looking at the topic of female characters in early  
>> postwar Japanese cinema, particularly in the films of Mizoguchi,  
>> Naruse and Ozu.
>> I'm trying to find a copy/access to the 1996 booklet 'Mizoguchi the  
>> Master', which was edited by Gerald O'Grady. It's been out of a  
>> print for a while, and I can't seem to be able to trace it through  
>> any British libraries. I'm sure many list members are familiar with  
>> it and have used it in their own work, so I hope somebody can point  
>> me in the right direction!
>> Regards,
>> Michael
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