HANA. A Daughter of Japan.

Utgitt: Tokyo,
1904
LXV + 298 pp. One folded col. wood-cut frontispiece and 11 (3 col.) wood cut plates by Kwason Suzuki. Publ. silk covered and decorated boards with orig. folding pict. case. Bound with string. Armoured bookplate on end paper. One clasp missing. Case worn and repaired with papertape. Otherwise a nice copy.
Kommentar: Enclosed is a letter from the translator Unkichi Kawai to Dr. Richard Garnett (British scholar, librarian, biographer and poet.). “Permit a humble brother of the pen to offer to you the first-fruits of his work as a translator”.

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HANA. A Daughter of Japan.