Murasaki's Genji and Proust's Recherche a Comparative Study
|Author: ||Loui, Shirley|
Discusses the puzzling similarities of perspective, of psychological awareness, and of stylistic methods in these two unquestionably distinct and autonomous works.
"The virtues of Loui's work are a pleasant style, an observant eye for details, good small insights, and as a rule a good deal of subtlety and patience where differences between the two works are concerned." - Monumenta Nipponica