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Yone Noguchi

a.k.a. Yonejiro Noguchi

Author Code: OYNO

Born: Dec. 8, 1875 - Tsushima, Japan

Died: Jul. 13, 1947 - Tokyo, Japan

Educated at Keio University, Noguchi left before graduating in order to travel to America in 1893. He went to San Francisco where he worked as a house servant while studying for entry to Stanford. He worked as a journalist, but turned to poetry after encouragement from Joaquin Miller. Over the next few years he was a member of the Bay Area literary scene. In 1900, he moved to New York City and produced his first novel, The American Diary of a Japanese Girl, which was critically acclaimed. In 1902, he left for England where he became acquainted, and greatly influenced by, Laurence Binyon, Thomas Hardy, W.B. Yeats and Arthur Ransome. While there he published From the Eastern Sea, his third book of poetry. When he returned to America in 1903, he became good friends with Zona Gale and his work was much in demand the following year when the Russo-Japanese War commenced. In 1904, he returned to Japan and became professor of English at Keio University. Noguchi continued to publish in England and became a leading exponent of Japanese culture to the Western world. He visited England and America again during the second decade of the 1900's, but by the 1920's, his work was no longer considered of interest in those countries. During the 1930's, he echoed Japan's right-wing sentiments. The government sent him to India in 1935 to muster support for Japan's aims in East Asia, but this was a failure. Noguchi's poetry was highly regarded by many Western authors including Ezra Pound, Robert Bridges and Arthur Symons among others. His other works include Seen and Unseen (1897), The American Letters of a Japanese Parlor Maid (1905), The Summer Cloud (1906), Kamakura (1910), The Story of Yone Noguchi (1914), The Spirit of Japanese Art (1915), Japanese Hokkus (1920), Hokusai (1925), Sharaku (1932), Hiroshige (1934) and Emperor Shomu and the Shosoin (1941).

eBook Code Title/Sub-Title Pub. Yr Pages File Size Type Download Format Find Printed Copy
OYNO004 To the Americans 1918 6 167k Article Download PDF - 'To the Americans' (OYNO004) Find a printed copy of To the Americans by Yone Noguchi at AbeBooks
OYNO001 Daibutsu 1913 3 142k eBook Download PDF - 'Daibutsu' (OYNO001) Find a printed copy of Daibutsu by Yone Noguchi at AbeBooks
OYNO006 The Failure of American Optimism 1918 3 146k Article Download PDF - 'The Failure of American Optimism' (OYNO006) Find a printed copy of The Failure of American Optimism by Yone Noguchi at AbeBooks
OYNO002 From the Eastern Sea
  Address to a Soyokaze
  Apparition
  Autumn
  Beyond the Silence
  By the Sea
  To Charles Warren Stoddard
  Dreamy Peace Dwelt with Me
  Evening
  The Face in the Mirror
  The Goddess: God
  Homekotoba
  How Near to Fairyland
  In the Valley
  The Life Vessels
  Lines - Alas! My Soul
  Lines - I Love the Saintly Chant
  Lines - the Roses Smile
  Lines - When I Am Lost
  Lines from the Japanese
  The Myoto
  O Cho San
  O Hana San
  O Haru
  To Ocean
  The Poet
  The Seas of Loneliness
  Sky-Children
  Spirits of Fuji Mountain
  Spring
  The Summer Eve
  The Summerland
  Tsune
  Under the Moon
  Upon the Heights
  The Valley of Peace
  World of Fancy
1903 48 300k eBook Download PDF - 'From the Eastern Sea' (OYNO002) Find a printed copy of From the Eastern Sea by Yone Noguchi at AbeBooks
OYNO003 Through the Torii
  Again on Hokku
  Again on Poetry
  Beauties
  Cherry-Blossom
  Chrysanthemum
  Daibutsu
  The Decline of the Japanese Taste of Tongue
  The East: the West
  Faith
  The Fourteenth of December
  From a Japanese Ink Slab
  A Handkerchief
  Happiness
  Hibachi
  The Holy Houses of Sleep
  Insularity
  A Japanese Note on Yeats
  A Japanese on the Poet Rossetti
  A Japanese on Whistler
  The Japanese Plum-Blossom
  Kyoto
  Life
  The Moods
  The Morning Fancy
  Morning-Glory
  My Attitude Towards the Flowers
  Netsukes
  Nikko
  Oscar Wilde
  On Poetry
  Spring in Japan
  Tokyo
  Truth
  Ugliness
  What Is the Hokku Poem?
  The Willow-Tree Woman
1914 65 382k eBook Download PDF - 'Through the Torii' (OYNO003) Find a printed copy of Through the Torii by Yone Noguchi at AbeBooks
OYNO005 The Voice of the Valley
  Adieu
  Hymn of Summer
  I Hail Myself as I Do Homer
  In the Valley
  The Night Reverie in the Forest
  Song of Day in Yosemite Valley
  Song of Night in Yosemite Valley
1897 13 178k eBook Download PDF - 'The Voice of the Valley' (OYNO005) Find a printed copy of The Voice of the Valley by Yone Noguchi at AbeBooks

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