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anon. 1899. An Orientalized American. in: The Literary Digest, Vol XIX, No. 7, Whole No. 486; New York, August 12, 1899. pp. 189-190. 30 Lafayette Place, N.Y. Funk & Wagnalls Company, Publishers. Unsigned article, quoting The Verdict, July 24, 1899: the writer, having seen Hearn in Tokyo, in half-Japanese, half-Western clothing, with huge spectacles, attributes his retention in the University to his Orientalized state. Edward Henderson is quoted at length about Hearn in Cincinati. (A differing view of Hearn from some of his biographers.)
_____. 1938. A reminiscence of Lafcadio hearn: The Auditorium, January 6, 1938. 1870 T.N.R. 1938. 4 pp, 17 cm, Souvenir program. New Orleans.
_____. 1959. Lafcadio Hearn Editorial. in: Today's Japan. Vol, 4, No. 1. January 1959. Lafcadio Hearn Issue. p.39.
Ball, Charles E. 1926. Lafcadio Hearn; an appreciation. foreword by J.M. Thompson. 12 pp, Blue stiff wrs. "A lecture delivered before La Societé Internationale de Philologie, Sciences et Beaux Arts on 11th May,1926" [BAL 104]. London. Caxton.
_____. 1971. Reprint of the 1926 ed., "A lecture delivered before La Societé Internationale de Philologie, Sciences et Beaux Arts on 11th May,1926". Folcroft Library Editions. "Limited to 150 copies".
Barel, Léona Queyrouze [1861-1938]. 1933. The idyl: my personal reminiscences of Lafcadio Hearn. [6],65 pp, 27 cm, illus., mounted facsims. "250 copies of the book have been issued...". Kanda, Tokyo, Japan. The Hokuseido Press. Title vignette; illustrated lining-papers. Includes letters of Lafcadio Hearn to the author.
Barrett, Clifton Waller. 1983. Collecting Lafcadio Hearn. (with: Guy Davenport's Lafcadio Hearn). in: The Art of Lafcadio Hearn. Published to accompany an exhibition, 1 May -20 August, 1983, in the Department of Rare Books & Manuscripts. Charlottesville. University of Virginia.
Blunden, Edmund. 1959. Lafcadio Hearn, Teacher. in: Today's Japan. Vol, 4, No. 1. January 1959. Lafcadio Hearn Issue. p.63.
Bonner, Thomas, Jr. and Michael P. Dean. 1992. Light in New Orleans: Change in the Writings of Mark Twain, Lafcadio Hearn, William Faulkner and Walker Percy. in: University of Mississippi Studies in English v10 (1992): 213-26.
Bush, Lewis. 1959. Idzumo. in: Today's Japan. Vol, 4, No. 1. January 1959. Lafcadio Hearn Issue. p.75.
Bush, Robert Burton [1917-]. 1957. Louisiana prose fiction, 1870-1900. iv, 376 pp, 20 cm, (Photocopy. Ann Arbor, Mich.: Univ. Microfilms Int'l 1974), Thesis (Ph. D.)--State University of Iowa. Bibliography: leaves 364-376. State University of Iowa. Cable, George Washington, -- 1844-1925. Chopin, Kate O'Flaherty, -- 1851-1904. Hearn, Lafcadio, -- 1850-1904. King, Grace Elizabeth, -- 1852-1932. Stuart, Ruth McEnery, -- 1856-1917.
Chamberlain, Basil Hall. 1894. A Handbook for Travellers in Japan; Including the Whole Empire from Saghalen to Formosa. 528 pp, 4th revised & augmented edition, red cloth, illustrations, 28 color foldout maps and plans, large folding pocket map, index. London. Murray. Broad coverage of the Japanese empire and its colonies. Commentary on Yezo (Hokkaido), and its Ainu aboriginies. Itinerary of eastern, central islands... A detailed route and narrative of each town, village and environmental discussion. Hearn contributed to the work and is listed in the index.
_____. 1936. Letters from Basil Hall Chamberlain to Lafcadio Hearn. Compiled by Kazuo Koizumi. [2],iv,[1],158 pp, 23 cm, ports., facsims [BAL p.105]. Tokyo. Hokuseido Press.
_____. 1936. More letters from Basil Hall Chamberlain to Lafcadio Hearn: and letters from M. Toyama Y. Tsubouchi and others. compiled by Kazuo Koizumi. 208 pp, 23 cm, ill. [BAL v.4, p.105] (inc. Walker, Ralph). Tokyo. Hokuseido.
_____. 1937. compiled by Kazuo Koizumi. 208 pp, 23 cm, Tokyo. Hokuseido.
Clary, William Webb [1888-]. 1943. Japan: the warnings and prophecies of Lafcadio Hearn. 18 pp, 24 cm, Claremont Oriental Studies, no. 5, Claremont, Calif. Society for Oriental Studies at Claremont Colleges.
Cohn, Isidore [1885-]. nd. Papers, 1879-1972. in: Isidore Cohn Papers, Mss. 3425, Louisiana and Lower Mississippi Valley Collections. 29 linear ft. (bulk 1920-1950). Baton Rouge, La. (Available in the library) LSU Libraries. New Orleans surgeon and medical educator. Articles, lectures, correspondence, photographs, and printed material. Material on Lafcadio Hearn is included.
Cott, Jonathan. 1991 (©1990). Wandering ghost: the odyssey of Lafcadio Hearn. xxi, 438 pp, 25 cm, 1st edition, ill., ports. bibliographical references. New York. Knopf (A Borzoi book). ISBN: 0-394-57152-5.
Davenport, Guy. 1983. Lafcadio Hearn. (with: Clifton Waller Barrett's On Collecting Lafcadio Hearn). in: The Art of Lafcadion Hearn. 40 pp, Published to accompany an exhibition, 1 May -20 August, 1983, in the Department of Rare Books & Manuscripts. Charlottesville. University of Virginia.
Dawson, Carl. 1992. Lafcadio Hearn and the Vision of Japan. xxii,187 pp, 22.5 cm, Parallax: Re-visions of Culture and Society Series, Baltimore and London. The Johns Hopkins University Press. ISBN: 0-8018-4372-3.
de Becker, J.E. 1899. The Nightless City; or The History of the Yoshiwara Yukwaku. 386 pp, 3rd ed. (?), red pictorial cloth, 49 color & b.w. illustrations, foldouts, area map of the Yoshiwara. Yokohama. Nossler. Lafcadio Hearn citation on page 185. Early study of the Yoshiwara before the great fire, outlining all classes of prostitutes, their occupations, clients and method of service to the owners. By a lawyer working in the Yokohama area.
_____. 1902. The Sexual Life of Japan; Being an Exhaustive Study of the Nightless City. 386 pp, yellow cloth, 26 b.w. illustrations & photos. New York. American Anthropology Soc.
_____. 1906. 386 pp, 4th rev. ed., red decorated cloth, 16 color, 22 b.w. plates, 2 color foldout maps. Shanghai. Nossler.
Durnell, Hazel B. 1983. Lafcadio Hearn and Japan. in: Japanese Cultural Influences on American Poetry and Drama, pp. 43-52. Tokyo. Hokuseido Press.
Frost, Orcutt William [1926-]. 1958. Young Hearn. iv, 222 pp, 22 cm, brown cloth. illus., ports., map, geneal. table. Bibliographical footnotes. Tokyo. Hokuseido Press.
Garig, Aminie Ruth. 1929. Lafcadio Hearn: the man and his works. 36 pp, 29 cm, Thesis (M.A.)--Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, 1929. Vita. Includes bibliographical references (leaves 34-35). Abstract. Baton Rouge, La. Louisiana State University, Dept. of English.
Gould, George Milbry, M.D. [1848-1922]. 1906. Biographic Clinics - Vol. IV - Essays Concerning the Influence of Visual Function, Pathologic and Physiologic, Upon the Health of Patients. Chapter 6 is Gould's "scientific" analysis of Hearn's shortcomings. Philadelphia. Blakiston's Son & Co.
_____. 1908. Concerning Lafcadio Hearn. with a bibliography by Laura Stedman. 9,[2],13-416 pp, 20 cm, front., ports., facsims. Bibliography: p. 336-416. first edition limited to 2000 copies. [Perkins, p. 58, BAL, 103]. Philadelphia. G.W. Jacobs & Company.
_____. 1908. with a bibliography by Laura Stedman. xv, 303 pp, 23 cm, ports., facsims. London. T.F. Unwin.
Gowdy, Robert Clyde [1939-]. 1964. The theme of the ghostly in the writings of Lafcadio Hearn. iv, 92 pp, 29 cm, Thesis (M.A.)--Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, 1964. Vita. Includes bibliographical references (leaves 90-91). Abstract. Baton Rouge, La. Louisiana State University. Dept. of English.
Heutner, J. 1915. Ivory Apes and Peacocks. This book of criticism of various writers contains a negative review of Hearn, following Gould, in part. New York. Charles Scribners.
Hirakawa, Sukehiro, ed. 1997. Rediscovering Lafcadio Hearn. 284 pp, 22 cm, Global Oriental Studies, Folkstone, Kent (UK). Global Oriental. ISBN: 1860340148.
Hughes, Jon Christopher. 1982. Ye Giglampz and the Apprenticeship of Lafcadio Hearn. in: American Literary Realism 15 (1982): 182-194.
_____. 1982. The Tanyard Murder: on the case with Lafcadio Hearn. xvi,121 pp, 23 cm, Bibliography: p. 119-120. Washington. University Press of America. ISBN: 0-8191-2833-3, 0-8191-2834-1 (pbk). (Murder--Ohio--Cincinnati. Schilling, Herman, d. 1874. Rufer, George. Egner, Andreas, d. 1889.)
Hutson, Charles Woodward. nd. Papers, 1868-1934. in: Charles Woodward Hutson Papers, Mss. 1291, 1420, 1889, Louisiana and Lower Mississippi Valley Collections, Baton Rouge, La. 33 items; 2 pr. v. (bulk 1905-1911). Baton Rouge, La. Louisiana State University. Charles Woodward Hutson, a South Carolina native, was a professor of Greek and an English instructor at Louisiana State University in Baton Rouge during Reconstruction. Includes a presentation copy of Hutson's "Editorials by Lafcadio Hearn."
Katsube, Mitake. 1959. Hearn and Japanese Thought. in: Today's Japan. Vol, 4, No. 1. January 1959. Lafcadio Hearn Issue. p.87.
Kennard, Nina H. 1911. Lafcadio Hearn. 403 pp, 1st edition, index, 8 b/w photos. limited edition, 1000 copies. with letters from Hearn to his half-sister, Mrs. Atkinson. London. Nash.
_____. 1912. x,[2],356 pp, 22 cm, 1st US edition, blue/green cloth. 14 b.w. photos of Hearn family members and. illus. front., ports. index. New York. D. Appleton and Company.
_____. 1967. 403 pp, orange cloth. index. reprint of 1912 edition. Port Washington, NY. Kennikat.
Kirkwood, Kenneth. 1935. Unfamiliar Lafcadio Hearn. blue cloth. limited edition of 500 copies. [BAL p.105, Stanoff, p.127]. Tokyo. Hokuseido Press.
_____. 1936. xiii,[1],97 pp, 19.5 cm, plates, 2 port. (incl. front.). Tokyo. The Hokuseido Press.
Kitzinger, Angela. 1959. Lafcadio Hearn, Translator. in: Today's Japan. Vol, 4, No. 1. January 1959. Lafcadio Hearn Issue. p.105.
Koizumi, Kazuo. 1935. Father and I. Memories of Lafcadio Hearn. viii,[3],[3]-208 pp, front.(ports.) plates. Boston and New York. Houghton Mifflin Company.
_____. 1957. Re-Echo. edited by Nancy Jane Fellers. Illustrated with photos and with original, hitherto unpublished pen and watercolor sketches by Lafcadio Hearn. 161 pp, 25 cm, red cloth. illus. limited edition of 1,000. signed by the author and the editor. [BAL, p.106; Stanoff, p.139]. Caldwell, Idaho. Caxton Printers Ltd.
Koizumi, Setsuko. 1918. Reminiscences of Lafcaio Hearn. tr. from the Japanese by Paul Kiyoshi Hisada and Frederick Johnson. viii, 87 pp, 19 cm, (Hearn's wife). Boston and New York. Houghton Mifflin.
_____. 1988. Lafcadio Hearn's Japanese Wife: Her Memoirs & Her Early Life. 183 pp, Stiff wrs., 10 b.w. photos, appendix, English text. Tokyo. Micro. Research study, covering reminiscences of her husband, Mrs. Hearn's early life, married life, and sequel to Hearn's death. Mrs. Hearn's early life & her encounter with Hearn. Mrs. Hearn's married life & sequel.
Krehbiel, Henry Edward. 1914. Lafcadio Hearn and Negro Music. in: Afro-American Folksongs, p.37-40. 4th edition (nd), Also many quotations and references to Hearn. [Perkins p.203]. New York. G. Schirmer.
Kunst, Arthur E. [1934-]. 1969. Lafcadio Hearn. 146 pp, 21 cm, Twayne's United States authors series, 158, Bibliography: p. 137-139. New York. Twayne Publishers.
Kurihara, Motoi. 1959. My Teacher, Lafcadio Hearn. in: Today's Japan. Vol, 4, No. 1. January 1959. Lafcadio Hearn Issue. p.97.
Lafcadio Hearn Society. 1991-. Lafcadio Hearn Journal. vol.1 No.1, 1991; semi-annual. 28 cm, Cincinnati. Lafcadio Hearn Society.
Lafcadio Hearn Society of New Orleans. 1941. Lafcadio Hearn in New Orleans. A Memorial Dedicated to the Study and Perpetuation of His Genius. The dedication of the L.H. room of the Howard-Tilton Memorial Library, March 7, 1941. 47 pp, [BAL, p 105, Stanoff, p. 131]. The Lafcadio Hearn Society of New Orleans; Japan Institute, Inc., of New York.
Laughlin, Clarence John. 1973. The Personal Eye: Photographs and captions and commentary by Clarence Laughlin. Stories by Lafcadio Hearn. Introduction by Jonathan Williams. 132 pp, 28 cm, Exhibition: Nov., 1973 - Jan., 1974. Philadelphia. Museum of Art. Catalogue for an exhibition of the same name organized for the Philiadelphia Museum of Art. The stories are from the "Fantastics" series from New Orleans newpapers during the 1880s and gathered in Fantastics and Other Fancies, 1914. (also published as Aperture Monograph, No. 17, numbers 3 and 4.)
_____. 1973. Introduction by Jonathan Williams. 136 pp, Millerton, NY. Aperture Foundation, Incorporated. ISBN: 0-912334-53-3.
_____. 1973. Introduction by Jonathan Williams. 136 pp, pbk, Millerton, NY. Aperture Foundation, Incorporated. ISBN: 0-912334-54-1 (pbk).
_____. 1988. Clarence John Laughlin: The Personal Eye. pbk, Olympic Marketing Corp. ISBN: 999765076X.
Lawless, Ray McKinley [1896-]. 1940. Lafcadio Hearn, critic of American life and letters. iv, 148 pp, Thesis: University of Chicago. Chicago, Ill. University of Chicago.
Lewis, Oscar [1893-]. 1930. Hearn and His Biographers. The Record of a Literary Controversy.Together with a Group of Letters from Lafcadio Hearn to Joseph Tunison Now First Published. 110 pp, 23 cm, 5 facsim., port. 350 copies, not numbered [BAL 8015]. San Francisco. The Westgate Press. Portrait and each facsimile accompanied by guard sheet with descriptive letterpress. "Three hundred and fifty copies printed in May, 1930, by the Grabhorn Press."
Matsue City. 1950. Matsue (The City of Hearn). Hearn Centennary Celebration. Blue handmade paper wrappers, 6 photos of Hearn's home, garden, etc. brief biography of Hearn. Matsue City, Japan.
_____. 1990. Special Exhibition in Memory of the Centenary of Lafcadio Hearn's Arrival in Japan. 7 pp, Stiff buff wrs. 2 maps, English text, 5 b.w. photos. Matsue, Japan. Centenary Committee. Essentially a list of the places frequented by Hearn, with photos. Contains a "Collection of Hearn's Favorites," a list of Hearn's favorite objects...pen, ink bottle, fan and pipes etc. Also "Hearn's Memories of Meiji Era Matsue" covering the exhibition of Matsue Museum of Local History. "Roots of lafcadio Hearn's Literary Genius" in the local Matsue Municipal library, a list of books and autographed letters concerning Hearn, and mss, etc. Also "Hearn and Nishida Sentaro" the correspondence, his students, his books &c., with maps of the Matsue area.
McWilliams, Vera Seely. 1946. Lafcadio Hearn. ix, 464 pp, 22 cm, buff cloth. Bibliography: p. [447]-[453]. [Stanoff p.133]. Cambridge. Houghton Mifflin, Co., The Riverside Press.
Mestayer, Myrtle. 1932. Lafcadio Hearn in New Orleans. 96 pp, 29 cm, Thesis (M.A.)--Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, 1932. Vita. Includes bibliographical references. Abstract. Baton Rouge, La. Louisiana State University, Dept. of English.
Mordell, Albert [1885-]. 1959. A Discovery of Early Hearn Essays. in: Today's Japan. Vol, 4, No. 1. January 1959. Lafcadio Hearn Issue. p.41.
_____. 1964. Discoveries: essays on Lafcadio Hearn. xiv, 240 pp, 22 cm, Bibliographical footnotes. Orient/West, Inc.
Murray, Paul. 1993. A Fantastic Journey: The Life and Literature of Lefcadio Hearn. xviii, 379 pp, Japan Library, 8vo, b/w photos, notes, bibliography, index. Sandgate, Folkestone, Kent. Japan Library.
Nevins, Allen. 1925. The troubled career of Lafcadio Hearn. in: The Mentor, March, 1925, pp 47-50.
Noguchi, Yoné [1875-1947]. 1910. Lafcadio Hearn in Japan. With Mrs. Lafcadio Hearn's reminiscences. Front. by Shoshu Saito, with sketches by Genjiro Kataoka and Mr. Hearn himself. vii, 177 pp, 19 cm, Yellow stitched wrs. (on double leaves) 7 illus., port., facsim, appendix, boxed. [Mrs. Hearn: Hearn, Setsu (Koizumi)] [Perkins p. 61, 142]. London and Yokohama. E. Mathews. Illustrated end-papers. Printed in Japan. Printed on one side of double leaves in Japanese style. Preface.--A Japanese appreciation of Lafcadio Hearn. A Japanese defence of Lafcadio Hearn.--Mrs. Lafcadio Hearn's reminiscences.--Lafcadio Hearn at Yaidzu.--Mr. Otani as Hearn's literary assistant.--Lafcadio Hearn in his lecture room.--Appendix: I. On romantic and classic literature in relation to style II. Farewell address
_____. 1910. 177 pp, Stitched brown covers, yellow folding folding chitsu (slip case) with ivory clasps. limited edition, 700 copies. Yokohama. Kelly Walsh. Contains Mrs. Hearn's reminiscences along with two articles by Hearn.
_____. 1911. [6],vii,[2],177 pp, 19 cm, Yellow stitched wrs. front. illus. plates, facsim. appendix. Yokohama, Kelley & Walsh. New York, M. Kennerley. Contains Mrs. Hearn's reminiscences along with two articles by Hearn.
Randolph, Vance [1892-]. 1944. The strange story of Lafcadio Hearn: a brief survey of the life and works of a literary genius who revelled in the weird, gruesome, exotic and gruesome, exotic and unearthly. (Arthur S. Tolliver). 24 pp, 22 cm, Digest 14, Girard, Kansas. Haldeman-Julius Publications.
Reely, Mary Katharine [1881-]. 1937. American authors as printers: Lafcadio Hearn. in: Demcourier. Feb.-March, 1937. v.7, nos. 1-2, pp. 3-6. 21 cm,
Richie, Donald. 1959. A Kyushu Journey. in: Today's Japan. Vol, 4, No. 1. January 1959. Lafcadio Hearn Issue. p.111.
Ronan, Sean G. [1924-] and and Toki Koizumi [1925-]. 1991. Lafcadio Hearn (Koizumi Yakumo): his life, work, and Irish background. 72 pp, 21 cm, Stiff grey wrs. ill., map. appendices, chronology, biography of Hearn, 57 b.w. photos. Dublin. Ireland Japan Association. ISBN: 095186520X. A study by the former Ambassador from Ireland to Japan, Sean Ronan, and by Hearn's grandson, Toki Koizumi: Grandfather Lafcadio Hearn and I - a lecture by his grandson. Also Hearn - His Irish Background an address by Ronan. 6 appendices: biographical dates of L. Hearn. Lafcadio Hearn's travels. Chronology of Hearn's Works. Hearn's Family Tree. Hearn's Descendants in Ireland. Hearn's Wife Setsu's Family Tree.
Rosenstone, Robert A. 1984. Hearn in Matsue. 55 pp, Pasadena. C.I.T. Hearn's teaching time in Matsue, Chamberlain letters, magic, marriage, Shinto etc.
_____. 1988. Mirror in the Shrine, American Encounters with Meiji Japan. xiv, 315 pp, 24 cm, bibliographical references and index. A joint "biopix" of Hearn, Griffis, and Morse. Cambridge, MA. Harvard University Press. ISBN: 0-674-57642-X, 0674576411. "Absolutely delightful, at first for its unspoiled picture of late-nineteenth-century Japan as seen through the eyes of three remarkable but very different Americans, [the missionary William Elliot Griffis [1843-1928], the scientist Edward Sylvester Morse [1838-1925], and the writer Lafcadio Hearn], and then for the marvelous reconstruction of how Japan worked on their minds, radically changing their perceptions of the country and the whole relationship between East and West--between the barbarian and the civilized. The book is a tour de force." --Edwin O. Reischauer
Roskelly, Hephzibah. 1992. Cultural Translator: Lafcadio Hearn. in: Literary New Orleans: Chapter 3, 16-28. Baton Rouge. Louisiana State UP.
Sangu, Makoto. 1959. Lafcadio Hearn in Japan. in: Today's Japan. Vol, 4, No. 1. January 1959. Lafcadio Hearn Issue. p.67.
Shapiro, Michael [1952-]. 1989. Japan: in the land of the brokenhearted. vii, 245 pp, 24 cm, New York. H. Holt. ISBN: 0805003959.
Singleton, Esther, ed. 1904. Japan as seen and described by famous writers. 372 pp, blue cloth, gold stamped, top edge gilt. 40 b/w photos. New York. Dodd. An American woman in Japan just after the turn-of-the century evaluates the country... race, history, religion, places, arts, customs... Draws on writings of B.H. Chamberlain, Lafcadio Hearn, R. Alcock, W. Aston et al.
Starrett, Vincent, ed. 1924. Et Cetera: A Collector's Scrap Book. [9],253,[1] pp, 23.2 cm, limited edition, 625 copies. Chicago. Pascal Covici. An anthology of writings, with essay: Chemise of Margarita Pareja. Including the first and only book edition of Hearn's article"The Chemise of Margarita Pareja." Contents include Stephen Crane's At the Pit Door and The Great Boer Trek, Lafcadio Hearn's Chemise of Margarita Pareja, Rudyard Kipling's A Ballade of Photographs, Haniel Long's Antonia and Dionigi, Edgar Saltus' The Feast, Carl Van Vechten's Edgar Saltus-A Postscript and two poems of Walt Whitman.
Stevenson, Elizabeth. 1961. Lafcadio Hearn. 362 pp, 24 cm, blue cloth. illus. Bibliography: p. 337-346. [Stanoff p.143). New York. The Macmillian Company.
Temple, Jean. 1931. Blue Ghost. A Study of Lafcadio Hearn. [7],3-228 pp, 21 cm, front. (port.) blue cloth. New York. Jonathan Cape, Harrison Smith.
_____. 1931. 227 pp, blue cloth. frontis of Hearn. London. Jonathan Cape.
_____. 1974. 228 pp, 21 cm, New York. Haskell House. ISBN: 0838320279.
Thomas, Edward [1878-1917]. 1912. Lafcadio Hearn. 90 pp, 17 cm, Modern biographies series, Green blind stamped cloth. port. Boston, Houghton Mifflin. London, Constable. The celebrated English poet comments on Hearn and his literary writings. Also a biographical study of Hearn's days in London.
_____. 1977. 90 pp, 22 cm, Folcroft, Pa. Folcroft Library Editions. ISBN: 0841486301. Reprint of the 1912 ed. published by Constable, London, and Houghton Mifflin, Boston, in series: Modern biographies.
Tinker, Edward Larocque [1881-1968]. 1924. Lafcadio Hearn's American days. 59 b.w. illustrations, designed and excecuted by Hearn. xiv,[1],374 pp, 22.1 cm, Brown cloth, onlaid covers. illus. (incl. facsims.). illustrated lining-papers. limited edition, 1500 copies. [Stanoff p.37]. New York. Dodd, Mead and Company.
_____. 1925. 382 pp, printed from the American plates. with index not in the US edition. London. Bodley Head.
Today's Japan. 1959. Today's Japan: Lafcadio Hearn Issue. Vol, 4, No. 1. January 1959. Articles by Albert Mordell and others. Contents: Anonymous, Lafcadio Hearn Editorial- p. 39. Albert Mordell, A Discovery of Early Hearn Essays - p. 41. Shoko Watanabe, Hearn's View of Japanese Buddhism - p. 57. Edmund Blunden, Lafcadio Hearn, Teacher - p. 63. Makoto Sangu, Lafcadio Hearn in Japan - p. 67. Lewis Bush, Idzumo - p. 75. Kazumi Yano, Lafcadio Hearn as a Critic - p. 81. Mitake Katsube, Hearn and Japanese Thought - p. 87. Motoi Kurihara, My Teacher, Lafcadio Hearn - p. 97. Angela Kitzinger, Lafcadio Hearn, Translator - p 105. Donald Richie, A Kyushu Journey - p. 111
Watanabe, Shoko. 1959. Hearn's View of Japanese Buddhism. in: Today's Japan. Vol, 4, No. 1. January 1959. Lafcadio Hearn Issue. p.57.
Webb, Kathleen M. [1954-]. 1984. Lafcadio Hearn and his German critics: an examination of his appeal. 191 pp, 23 cm, Bibliography: p. [179]-191. New York. P. Lang. American university studies. Series III, Comparative literature; v. 12. ISBN: 0820400971. Originally presented as the author's thesis (masters--Temple University, 1979?)
Wedeck, Harry E. 1947. Mortal Hunger. A Novel Based on the Life of Lafcadio Hearn. 281 pp, 21 cm, blue cloth. [Stanoff p.134]. New York. Sheridan House, Inc. 257 Fourth Ave.
Yano, Kazumi. 1959. Lafcadio Hearn as a Critic. in: Today's Japan. Vol, 4, No. 1. January 1959. Lafcadio Hearn Issue. p.81.
Yu, Beongcheon. 1964. An Ape of Gods. The Art and Thought of Lafcadio Hearn. xiv,346 pp, 24 cm, includes bibliographies. [Stanoff p.146). Detroit. Wayne State University Press.