Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. In Japanese literature, a story; a narrative.
“I was all impatience and yearning, and in my mind was always praying that I might read all the books of Genji-monogatari from the very first one.”
“Bakemonogatari "is a wordplay on the Japanese term bakemono for supernatural creatures and the term monogatari for stories.)”
“* The expression "monogatari" finds its nearest English equivalent in”
“I got to check out 'Ugetsu monogatari' at the New Beverly.”
“Mizuki, Shigeru, 1922- Nonnonbā monogatari / Tōkyō : Chikuma Shobō, 1995”
“Yuri monogatari / United States : ALC, c2004- vol.”
“Barclay, "'Seiban Kondo' no monogatari: chuo sanmyaku odan ni inochi o kaketa Nihonjin no shoden.”
“Below is a trailer from the first film in the Yokai Monster series, 100 Monsters aka Yôkai hyaku monogatari 1968:”
“Cinebeats remembers the Japanese monster flicks 100 Monsters aka Yôkai hyaku monogatari and Yokai Monsters - Spook Warfare aka Yôkai daisensô”
“Total self-promotion here, but I just posted a translation of “O-an monogatari”, an 18th-C document which, although probably written by a man, is allegedly a reconstruction of stories his great-aunt told him about her sufferings as a young woman in wartime.”
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