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The Japanese Discovery of Europe, 1720 - 1830 (Hardcover): Donald Keene The Japanese Discovery of Europe, 1720 - 1830 (Hardcover)
Donald Keene
R2,528 Discovery Miles 25 280 Shipped within 7 - 12 working days

Originally published in 1952, this account of the growth and uses of Western learning in Japan has been enlarged by two new chapters that extend the story from 1798 to 1830. The author has incorporated the results of recent research by scholars in Japan and the West and made corrections in the text.

Yoshimasa and the Silver Pavilion - The Creation of the Soul of Japan (Paperback, New ed): Donald Keene Yoshimasa and the Silver Pavilion - The Creation of the Soul of Japan (Paperback, New ed)
Donald Keene
R563 R434 Discovery Miles 4 340 Save R129 (23%) Shipped within 7 - 12 working days

Yoshimasa may have been the worst shogun ever to rule Japan. He was a failure as a soldier, incompetent at dealing with state business, and dominated by his wife. But his influence on the cultural life of Japan was unparalleled. According to Donald Keene, Yoshimasa was the only shogun to leave a lasting heritage for the entire Japanese people.

Today Yoshimasa is remembered primarily as the builder of the Temple of the Silver Pavilion and as the ruler at the time of the Onin War (1467--1477), after which the authority of the shogun all but disappeared. Unable to control the daimyos -- provincial military governors -- he abandoned politics and devoted himself to the quest for beauty. It was then, after Yoshimasa resigned as shogun and made his home in the mountain retreat now known as the Silver Pavilion, that his aesthetic taste came to define that of the Japanese: the no theater flourished, Japanese gardens were developed, and the tea ceremony had its origins in a small room at the Silver Pavilion. Flower arrangement, ink painting, and "shoin-zukuri" architecture began or became of major importance under Yoshimasa. Poets introduced their often barely literate warlord-hosts to the literary masterpieces of the past and taught them how to compose poetry. Even the most barbarous warlord came to want the trappings of culture that would enable him to feel like a civilized man.

"Yoshimasa and the Silver Pavilion" gives this long-neglected but critical period in Japanese history the thorough treatment it deserves.

Emperor of Japan - Meiji and His World, 1852-1912 (Paperback, New ed): Donald Keene Emperor of Japan - Meiji and His World, 1852-1912 (Paperback, New ed)
Donald Keene
R625 R497 Discovery Miles 4 970 Save R128 (20%) Shipped within 7 - 12 working days

When Emperor Meiji began his rule, in 1867, Japan was a splintered empire, dominated by the shogun and the daimyos, who ruled over the country's more than 250 decentralized domains and who were, in the main, cut off from the outside world, staunchly antiforeign, and committed to the traditions of the past. Before long, the shogun surrendered to the emperor, a new constitution was adopted, and Japan emerged as a modern, industrialized state.

Despite the length of his reign, little has been written about the strangely obscured figure of Meiji himself, the first emperor ever to meet a European. Most historians discuss the period that takes his name while barely mentioning the man, assuming that he had no real involvement in affairs of state. Even Japanese who believe Meiji to have been their nation's greatest ruler may have trouble recalling a single personal accomplishment that might account for such a glorious reputation. Renowned Japan scholar Donald Keene sifts the available evidence to present a rich portrait not only of Meiji but also of rapid and sometimes violent change during this pivotal period in Japan's history.

In this vivid and engrossing biography, we move with the emperor through his early, traditional education; join in the formal processions that acquainted the young emperor with his country and its people; observe his behavior in court, his marriage, and his relationships with various consorts; and follow his maturation into a "Confucian" sovereign dedicated to simplicity, frugality, and hard work. Later, during Japan's wars with China and Russia, we witness Meiji's struggle to reconcile his personal commitment to peace and his nation's increasingly militarized experience of modernization. Emperor of Japan conveys in sparkling prose the complexity of the man and offers an unrivaled portrait of Japan in a period of unique interest.

The Winter Sun Shines In - A Life of Masaoka Shiki (Hardcover): Donald Keene The Winter Sun Shines In - A Life of Masaoka Shiki (Hardcover)
Donald Keene
R1,382 R1,025 Discovery Miles 10 250 Save R357 (26%) Shipped within 7 - 12 working days

Rather than resist the vast social and cultural changes sweeping Japan in the nineteenth century, the poet Masaoka Shiki (1867-1902) instead incorporated new Western influences into his country's native haiku and tanka verse. By reinvigorating these traditional forms, Shiki released them from outdated conventions and made them more responsive to newer trends in artistic expression. Altogether, his reforms made the haiku Japan's most influential modern cultural export. Using extensive readings of Shiki's own writings and accounts of the poet by his contemporaries and family, Donald Keene charts Shiki's revolutionary (and often contradictory) experiments with haiku and tanka, a dynamic process that made the survival of these traditional genres possible in a globalizing world. Keene particularly highlights random incidents and encounters in his impressionistic portrait of this tragically young life, moments that elicited significant shifts and discoveries in Shiki's work. The push and pull of a profoundly changing society is vividly felt in Keene's narrative, which also includes sharp observations of other recognizable characters, such as the famous novelist and critic Natsume Soseki. In addition, Keene reflects on his own personal relationship with Shiki's work, further developing the nuanced, deeply felt dimensions of its power.

Five Modern Japanese Novelists (Paperback, Revised): Donald Keene Five Modern Japanese Novelists (Paperback, Revised)
Donald Keene
R492 R382 Discovery Miles 3 820 Save R110 (22%) Shipped within 7 - 12 working days

"The New Yorker" has called Donald Keene "America's preeminent scholar of Japanese literature." Now he presents a new book that serves as both a superb introduction to modern Japanese fiction and a memoir of his own lifelong love affair with Japanese literature and culture. "Five Modern Japanese Novelists"profiles five prominent writers whom Donald Keene knew personally: Tanizaki Jun'ichiro, Kawabata Yasunari, Mishima Yukio, Abe Kobo, and Shiba Ryotaro. Keene masterfully blends vignettes describing his personal encounters with these famous men with autobiographical observations and his trademark learned literary and cultural analysis.

Keene opens with a confession: before arriving in Japan in 1953, despite having taught Japanese for several years at Cambridge, he knew the name of only one living Japanese writer: Tanizaki. Keene's training in classical Japanese literature and fluency in the language proved marvelous preparation, though, for the journey of literary discovery that began with that first trip to Japan, as he came into contact, sometimes quite fortuitously, with the genius of a generation. It is a journey that will fascinate experts and newcomers alike

Sources of Japanese Tradition - 1600 to 2000 (Hardcover, second edition): Wm.Theodore De Bary, Carol Gluck, Donald Keene,... Sources of Japanese Tradition - 1600 to 2000 (Hardcover, second edition)
Wm.Theodore De Bary, Carol Gluck, Donald Keene, Arthur Tiedemann, George Tanabe, …
R1,746 R1,316 Discovery Miles 13 160 Save R430 (25%) Shipped within 7 - 12 working days

Since it was first published more than forty years ago, "Sources of Japanese Tradition," Volume 2, has been considered the authoritative sourcebook for readers and scholars interested in Japan from the eighteenth century to the post-World War II period. Now greatly expanded to include the entire twentieth century, and beginning in 1600, "Sources of Japanese Tradition" presents writings from modern Japan's most important philosophers, religious figures, writers, and political leaders. The volume also offers extensive introductory essays and commentary to assist in understanding the documents' historical setting and significance. Wonderfully varied in its selections, this eagerly anticipated expanded edition has revised many of the texts from the original edition and added a great many not included or translated before. New additions include documents on the postwar era, the importance of education in the process of modernization, and women's issues.

Beginning with documents from the founding of the Tokugawa shogunate, the collection's essays, manifestos, religious tracts, political documents, and memoirs reflect major Japanese religious, philosophical, social, and political movements. Subjects covered include the spread of neo-Confucian and Buddhist teachings, Japanese poetry and aesthetics, and the Meiji Restoration. Other documents reflect the major political trends and events of the period: the abolition of feudalism, agrarian reform, the emergence of political parties and liberalism, and the Sino-Japanese and Russo-Japanese wars. The collection also includes Western and Japanese impressions of each other via Western religious missions and commercial and cultural exchanges. These selections underscore Japanese and Western apprehension of and fascination with each other.

As Japan entered the twentieth century, new political and social movements-Marxism, anarchism, socialism, feminism, and nationalism-entered the national consciousness. Later readings in the collection look at the buildup to war with the United States, military defeat, and American occupation. Documents from the postwar period echo Japan's struggle with its own history and its development as a capitalist democracy.

Dawn to the West: A History of Japanese Literature - Japanese Literature of the the Modern Era: Poetry, Drama, Criticism... Dawn to the West: A History of Japanese Literature - Japanese Literature of the the Modern Era: Poetry, Drama, Criticism (Paperback, 2 Rev Ed)
Donald Keene
R1,034 R801 Discovery Miles 8 010 Save R233 (23%) Shipped within 7 - 12 working days

This is the third book in a multivolume history of modern Japanese literature by the world's authoritative translator and scholar of Japanese culture and literature. The Columbia paperback edition, with Donald Keene's new preface, includes an introduction, an appendix, glossary, index, and a selected list of translations into English.

The First Modern Japanese - The Life of Ishikawa Takuboku (Hardcover): Donald Keene The First Modern Japanese - The Life of Ishikawa Takuboku (Hardcover)
Donald Keene
R684 R524 Discovery Miles 5 240 Save R160 (23%) Shipped within 7 - 12 working days

Many books in Japanese have been devoted to the poet and critic Ishikawa Takuboku (1886-1912). Although he died at the age of twenty-six and wrote many of his best-known poems in the space of a few years, his name is familiar to every literate Japanese. Takuboku's early death added to the sad romance of the unhappy poet, but there has been no satisfactory biography of his life or career, even in Japanese, and only a small part of his writings have been translated. His mature poetry was based on the work of no predecessor, and he left no disciples. Takuboku stands unique. Takuboku's most popular poems, especially those with a humorous overlay, are often read and memorized, but his diaries and letters, though less familiar, contain rich and vivid glimpses of the poet's thoughts and experiences. They reflect the outlook of an unconstrained man who at times behaved in a startling or even shocking manner. Despite his misdemeanors, Takuboku is regarded as a national poet, all but a saint to his admirers, especially in the regions of Japan where he lived. His refusal to conform to the Japan of the time drove him in striking directions and ranked him as the first poet of the new Japan.

Essays in Idleness - The Tsurezuregusa of Kenko (Paperback, With a New Preface): Donald Keene Essays in Idleness - The Tsurezuregusa of Kenko (Paperback, With a New Preface)
Donald Keene
R565 R424 Discovery Miles 4 240 Save R141 (25%) Shipped within 7 - 12 working days

Despite the turbulent times in which he lived, the Buddhist priest Kenko met the world with a measured eye. As Emperor Go-Daigo fended off a challenge from the usurping Hojo family, and Japan stood at the brink of a dark political era, Kenko held fast to his Buddhist beliefs and took refuge in the pleasures of solitude. Written between 1330 and 1332, "Essays in Idleness" reflects the congenial priest's thoughts on a variety of subjects. His brief writings, some no more than a few sentences long and ranging in focus from politics and ethics to nature and mythology, mark the crystallization of a distinct Japanese principle: that beauty is to be celebrated, though it will ultimately perish. Through his appreciation of the world around him and his keen understanding of historical events, Kenko conveys the essence of Buddhist philosophy and its subtle teachings for all readers. Insisting on the uncertainty of this world, Kenk? asks that we waste no time in following the way of Buddha.

In this fresh edition, Donald Keene's critically acclaimed translation is joined by a new preface, in which Keene himself looks back at the ripples created by Kenk?'s musings, especially for modern readers.

Five Modern Noh Plays (Paperback): Yukio Mishima Five Modern Noh Plays (Paperback)
Yukio Mishima; Translated by Donald Keene; Introduction by Donald Keene
R245 R198 Discovery Miles 1 980 Save R47 (19%) Shipped within 7 - 11 working days

"Five Modern Noh Plays" brilliantly revives a great art form that has long fascinated audiences and readers throughout the world. In his introduction, Donald Keene calls these the first genuinely successful modern No plays and adds, oIf the medium is given a new lease on life it will be because of Mishima and his work.o Marvelously successful in preserving the weird and haunting mood of classical No, Mishima's characters and situations also encompass the directness and hardness of a modern city street.

No and Bunraku - Two Forms of Japanese Theatre (Paperback, Morningside ed): Donald Keene No and Bunraku - Two Forms of Japanese Theatre (Paperback, Morningside ed)
Donald Keene
R643 R483 Discovery Miles 4 830 Save R160 (25%) Shipped within 7 - 12 working days

Donald Keene combines informative works on two forms of classical Japanese theater into a single volume. The No text looks at all aspects of this traditional theater form including its history, its stage and props, the use of music and dance in its performances, the plays as literature, and the aesthetics of No. Also discussed are Kyogen, the comic farces that are typically interspersed with the solemn No dramas.

The Winter Sun Shines In - A Life of Masaoka Shiki (Paperback): Donald Keene The Winter Sun Shines In - A Life of Masaoka Shiki (Paperback)
Donald Keene
R499 R389 Discovery Miles 3 890 Save R110 (22%) Shipped within 7 - 12 working days

Rather than resist the vast social and cultural changes sweeping Japan in the nineteenth century, the poet Masaoka Shiki (1867-1902) instead incorporated new Western influences into his country's native haiku and tanka verse. By reinvigorating these traditional forms, Shiki released them from outdated conventions and made them more responsive to newer trends in artistic expression. Altogether, his reforms made the haiku Japan's most influential modern cultural export. Using extensive readings of Shiki's own writings and accounts of the poet by his contemporaries and family, Donald Keene charts Shiki's revolutionary (and often contradictory) experiments with haiku and tanka, a dynamic process that made the survival of these traditional genres possible in a globalizing world. Keene particularly highlights random incidents and encounters in his impressionistic portrait of this tragically young life, moments that elicited significant shifts and discoveries in Shiki's work. The push and pull of a profoundly changing society is vividly felt in Keene's narrative, which also includes sharp observations of other recognizable characters, such as the famous novelist and critic Natsume Soseki. In addition, Keene reflects on his own personal relationship with Shiki's work, further developing the nuanced, deeply felt dimensions of its power.

Sources of Japanese Tradition - From Earliest Times to 1600 (Paperback, second edition): Wm.Theodore De Bary, Carol Gluck,... Sources of Japanese Tradition - From Earliest Times to 1600 (Paperback, second edition)
Wm.Theodore De Bary, Carol Gluck, Arthur Tiedemann; Edited by Wm.Theodore De Bary, Carol Gluck, …
R877 R642 Discovery Miles 6 420 Save R235 (27%) Shipped within 7 - 12 working days

Sources of Japanese Tradition is a best-selling classic, unrivaled for its wide selection of source readings on history, society, politics, education, philosophy, and religion in the Land of the Rising Sun. In this long-awaited second edition, the editors have revised or retranslated most of the texts in the original 1958 edition, and added a great many selections not included or translated before. They have also restructured volume 1 to span the period from the early Japanese chronicles to the end of the sixteenth century. New additions include:

o readings on early and medieval Shinto and on the tea ceremony,

o readings on state Buddhism and Chinese political thought influential in Japan, and

o sections on women's education, medieval innovations in the uses of history, and laws and precepts of the medieval warrior houses.

Together, the selections shed light on the development of Japanese civilization in its own terms, without reference to Western parallels, and will continue to assist generations of students and lay readers in understanding Japanese culture.

World Within Walls - Japanese Literature of the Pre-Modern Era, 1600-1867 (Paperback, Revised): Donald Keene World Within Walls - Japanese Literature of the Pre-Modern Era, 1600-1867 (Paperback, Revised)
Donald Keene
R785 R663 Discovery Miles 6 630 Save R122 (16%) Shipped within 7 - 13 working days

The Tokugawa family held the shogunate from 1603 to 1867, ruling Japan and keeping the island nation isolated from the rest of the world for more than 250 years. Donald Keene looks within the "walls" of isolation and meticulously chronicles the period's vast literary output, providing both lay readers and scholars with the definitive history of premodern Japanese literature.

"World Within Walls" spans the age in which Japanese literature began to reach a popular audience -- as opposed to the elite aristocratic readers to whom it had previously been confined. Keene comprehensively treats each of the new, popular genres that arose, including haiku, Kabuki, and the witty, urbane prose of the newly ascendant merchant class.

Modern Japanese Literature - An Anthology (Paperback): Donald Keene Modern Japanese Literature - An Anthology (Paperback)
Donald Keene
R787 Discovery Miles 7 870 Shipped within 7 - 11 working days
Modern Japanese Literature - An Anthology (Hardcover): Donald Keene Modern Japanese Literature - An Anthology (Hardcover)
Donald Keene
R1,056 Discovery Miles 10 560 Shipped within 7 - 11 working days
Living Japan (Hardcover): Donald Keene Living Japan (Hardcover)
Donald Keene
R856 Discovery Miles 8 560 Shipped within 7 - 11 working days

This is a new release of the original 1959 edition.

So Lovely a Country Will Never Perish - Wartime Diaries of Japanese Writers (Hardcover): Donald Keene So Lovely a Country Will Never Perish - Wartime Diaries of Japanese Writers (Hardcover)
Donald Keene
R474 R375 Discovery Miles 3 750 Save R99 (21%) Shipped within 7 - 11 working days

The attack on Pearl Harbor, which precipitated the Greater East Asia War and its initial triumphs, aroused pride and a host of other emotions among the Japanese people. Yet the single year in which Japanese forces occupied territory from Alaska to Indonesia was followed by three years of terrible defeat. Nevertheless, until the shattering end of the war, many Japanese continued to believe in the invincibility of their country. But in the diaries of well-known writers--including Nagai Kafu, Takami Jun, Yamada Futaru, and Hirabayashi Taiko--and the scholar Watanabe Kazuo, varying doubts were vividly, though privately, expressed.

Donald Keene, renowned scholar of Japan, selects from these diaries, some written by authors he knew well. Their revelations were sometimes poignant, sometimes shocking to Keene. Ito Sei's fervent patriotism and even claims of racial superiority stand in stark contrast to the soft-spoken, kindly man Keene knew. Weaving archival materials with personal recollections and the intimate accounts themselves, Keene reproduces the passions aroused during the war and the sharply contrasting reactions in the year following Japan's surrender. Whether detailed or fragmentary, these entries communicate the reality of false victory and all-too-real defeat.

Living Japan (Paperback): Donald Keene Living Japan (Paperback)
Donald Keene
R578 Discovery Miles 5 780 Shipped within 7 - 11 working days

This is a new release of the original 1959 edition.

Living Japan Living Japan (Hardcover): Donald Keene Living Japan Living Japan (Hardcover)
Donald Keene
R662 Discovery Miles 6 620 Shipped within 7 - 11 working days

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Living Japan (Paperback): Donald Keene Living Japan (Paperback)
Donald Keene
R433 Discovery Miles 4 330 Shipped within 7 - 11 working days

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Living Japan (Hardcover): Donald Keene Living Japan (Hardcover)
Donald Keene
R805 Discovery Miles 8 050 Shipped within 7 - 11 working days

Kessinger Publishing is the place to find hundreds of thousands of rare and hard-to-find books with something of interest for everyone!

Seeds in the Heart - Japanese Literature from Earliest Times to the Late Sixteenth Century (Paperback): Donald Keene Seeds in the Heart - Japanese Literature from Earliest Times to the Late Sixteenth Century (Paperback)
Donald Keene
R1,110 R811 Discovery Miles 8 110 Save R299 (27%) Shipped within 7 - 12 working days

Donald Keene employs his prodigious wealth of knowledge, critical insight, and narrative aplomb to guide readers through the first nine hundred years of Japanese literature -- a period that not only defined the unique properties of Japanese prosody and prose but also produced some of its greatest works. Covering courtly fiction, Buddhist writings, war tales, diaries, poems, and more, "Seeds in the Heart" explores a vast and variegated treasury of writings. Detailed textual examinations of classic texts -- from the "Kojiki" to "The Tale of Genji, " from "The Pillow Book of Sei Sh?nagon" to Zeami's N? plays -- allow students, lay readers, and scholars a new understanding and enjoyment of this great literature.

And the River Flowed as a Raft of Corpses - The Poetry of Yamaguchi Tsutomu, Survivor of Both Hiroshima and Nagasaki (English,... And the River Flowed as a Raft of Corpses - The Poetry of Yamaguchi Tsutomu, Survivor of Both Hiroshima and Nagasaki (English, Japanese, Paperback)
Chad Diehl, Tsutomu Yamaguchi; Foreword by Donald Keene
R239 R194 Discovery Miles 1 940 Save R45 (19%) Shipped within 7 - 11 working days

Chad Diehl, a Columbia University doctoral candidate, introduces Raft of Corpses as the first official translation of the tanka poetry of Yamaguchi Tsutomu (1916-2010), a survivor of both atomic bombings at Hiroshima and Nagasaki in 1945. Chad lived with Yamaguchi in Nagasaki during the summer of 2009 to gain insight and instruction in order to create the most accurate translations possible. Chad includes in the book a lengthy introductory essay about Yamaguchi's experience to provide essential context for the poems, and he has also written a preface in Japanese for Japanese readers. I thought the mushroom cloud had followed me to Nagasaki, Yamaguchi recalled decades after the bombings as he tried to explain his incredulity at the terrifying deja vu. Yamaguchi s testimony of those days and subsequent years living with the physical and psychological trauma characterize the theme of his poems translated in Raft of Corpses. The paradox of surviving two atomic bombs to live on for six decades stirs in the readers of Yamaguchi's tanka poems simultaneous feelings of awe, disbelief, horror, sympathy, and hope. The poetry included in Raft of Corpses passes the baton carried by Yamaguchi to convey the experience of the atomic bombings and spread a message of the importance of world peace and the necessity to abolish nuclear weapons. In that spirit, Chad has selected and translated a total of sixty-five of Yamaguchi's tanka poems to commemorate the sixty-fifth anniversary of the bombings this year (2010). The book also includes numerous photographs and images of Yamaguchi's hand-written poems and calligraphy. Some of Yamaguchi's paintings add an additional layer to the book, and Chad hopes that the many poems included that do not address the bombings will provide readers with a better understanding of Yamaguchi's life and personality. Donald Keene, Professor Emeritus of Japanese Literature at Columbia University, writes in the foreword, Chad Diehl has translated some of Mr. Yamaguchi's poems. The translations transmit the horror of the two terrible explosions and the disfigured dead. He has kept as close to the originals as possible, but remembering Mr. Yamaguchi's fondness for rhymed poetry, he has effectively used rhyme in some of the translations. It could not have been easy to translate these poems, but Mr. Diehl, who knew Mr. Yamaguchi well, felt impelled to make these translations, the most fitting tribute to his memory.

Emperor of Japan - Meiji and His World, 1852-1912 (Hardcover, New): Donald Keene Emperor of Japan - Meiji and His World, 1852-1912 (Hardcover, New)
Donald Keene
R1,706 R1,276 Discovery Miles 12 760 Save R430 (25%) Shipped within 7 - 12 working days

When Emperor Meiji began his rule, in 1867, Japan was a splintered empire, dominated by the shogun and the daimyos, who ruled over the country's more than 250 decentralized domains and who were, in the main, cut off from the outside world, staunchly antiforeign, and committed to the traditions of the past. Before long, the shogun surrendered to the emperor, a new constitution was adopted, and Japan emerged as a modern, industrialized state.

Despite the length of his reign, little has been written about the strangely obscured figure of Meiji himself, the first emperor ever to meet a European. Most historians discuss the period that takes his name while barely mentioning the man, assuming that he had no real involvement in affairs of state. Even Japanese who believe Meiji to have been their nation's greatest ruler may have trouble recalling a single personal accomplishment that might account for such a glorious reputation. Renowned Japan scholar Donald Keene sifts the available evidence to present a rich portrait not only of Meiji but also of rapid and sometimes violent change during this pivotal period in Japan's history.

In this vivid and engrossing biography, we move with the emperor through his early, traditional education; join in the formal processions that acquainted the young emperor with his country and its people; observe his behavior in court, his marriage, and his relationships with various consorts; and follow his maturation into a "Confucian" sovereign dedicated to simplicity, frugality, and hard work. Later, during Japan's wars with China and Russia, we witness Meiji's struggle to reconcile his personal commitment to peace and his nation's increasingly militarized experience of modernization. Emperor of Japan conveys in sparkling prose the complexity of the man and offers an unrivaled portrait of Japan in a period of unique interest.

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