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- Diverting Audiences and Desires: Contests over Kabuki in
- Diverting Desires and Audiences: Kabuki, Fūzoku, and the State in Late .
- Media analysis assignment sample: "Narrative Techniques of
- Words and Images: The Narrative Techniques of Kabuki: Circle of Blood . thought to be linked to the cycles of the moon [Online Etymology Dictionary].
- The Media and Politics of Japanese Popular History: The Case of
- “Historiography” by its very etymology privileges written texts, but a true . Edo kabuki theaters of performing a Soga play as a celebration of the New Year.
- Winter 2005
- persons who defy everyday rules of comportment. Despite its etymology, kabuki has served as a constant source of trends and fashions during every period.
Suggested Web Resources
- kabuki - Online Etymology Dictionary
- The Online Etymology Dictionary kabuki · Look up kabuki at Dictionary.
- kabuki - Wiktionary
- Etymology. From Japanese 歌舞伎 (かぶき, kabuki). [edit.
- Kabuki | Define Kabuki at Dictionary.com
- Word Origin & History. kabuki. 1899, from Japanese, popular theater (as opposed to shadow puppet-plays or lyrical Noh dramas), lit.
- Mask - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- This word is of uncertain origin, perhaps from Arabic maskharah مَسْخَرَۃٌ ..
- [IP] "Kabuki theatre" / DHS, etymology of "Heimatschutz" since
- Oct 2, 2006 Subject: "Kabuki theatre" / DHS, etymology of "Heimatschutz" since Goeebels Dave, Here is the article published this morning at orf.at Website.
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