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Unformatted text preview: Students come to understand from the action of the master Early Modern (Edo/Tokugawa): video clip from “Portrait of an Onnagata” – Kabuki female roles Demonstrate, try, get corrections… Teaching through dialogue Medieval: “Sacrifice,” Zen Master Dogen (reader, 159) Conversation Early Modern: “Conversations with Kyorai,” (reader, 167-170) Comments on poems Recordings of conversations between master and disciple Teaching through writing/secret treatises Medieval: “Notes on the Nine Levels,” Noh Drama playwright and actor Zeami (reader, 161-166) Attitude towards written teachings The Teachings Significance and attitudes towards the teachings Early Modern: Video clip from “Bunraku: Master of Japanese Puppet Theater” Three main stage plays: Kabuki, No, Puppet Theater...
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This note was uploaded on 04/12/2009 for the course EACS 4A taught by Professor Ji during the Winter '06 term at UCSB.
- Winter '06