Literature with Incense Burner
|Ellen Margaret Janson|
|Incense Smoke (1922)|
issue January 1922, page 197
published in Poetry: A Magazine of Verse (Harriet Monroe, ed.)
|Item # 175||Poetry Foundation|
|John Gordon Morrison (1904-1998) Australian writer, born in Sunderland, England; he settled in Australia in 1923. He has been a jackeroo, swagman, dock worker, and gardener. He published stories in Meanjin and Overland, about fellow workers, union activities, the people he met on the tram to work, and social conditions.|
Stories such as ‘The Incense Burner’, in which a sick sailor, unable to work his passage home, burns gum leaves in his lonely room, reflect Australian nostalgia.
|The Incense Burner (in 'Black cargo' or 'Selected Stories') (1955)|
|Item # 46||Literature ReferenceSydney review of books|
|Kamisama Kiss - Chapter 18 (2012)|
Mizuki decides to show Nanami the truth of how Tomoe really is. He lets her travel into the past using an incense burner.
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|Laura Joh Rowland|
|The Incense Game: A Novel of Feudal Japan (2013)|
In the wake of a terrifying earthquake, Sano Ichiro races to solve a crime (nobleman's daughters are found dead from incense poisoning, playing the incense game) that could bring down the shogun's regime.
|Item # 166||Publishers weeklyBiography of LJ Rowland|
|Li Ang (1952)Li Ang, a prominent woman writer from Taiwan, has made tremendous contribution to women’s literature in the world with her persistent, in-depth investigation of the intriguing intertwining of gender and politics in social life and literary creation.
|The Incense Burner of Lust (1997)|
|Item # 43||Li_Ang BiographyMIT-contemporary chinese writers|
|Louis Daniel Brodsky (1941)Brodsky is the author of sixty-three volumes of poetry (five of which have been published in French by Éditions Gallimard) and twenty-four volumes of prose, including nine books of scholarship on William Faulkner and eight books of short fiction.
|An overturned incense burner (in 'The Complete Poems of Louis Daniel Brodsky') (1970)|
|Item # 54||Louis Daniel Brodsky|
|Omar Berrada (1952)Né à Fès en 1952, Omar Berrada est lauréat Sciences Po Rabat et signe avec l’encensoir son premier roman. Actuellement chef d’entreprise, il réside à Casablanca.|
|L'encensoir (The Censer) (2011)|
Publisher: La Croisee Des Chemins
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|Paul Reps and Nyogen Senzaki|
|Incense Burner (in'101 Zen Stories') (1957)|
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|Hyouge Mono. Chapter1. Would You Die for a Teakettle ? (2005)|
Scene with incense in page 5
Sasuke Furuta, a vassal of Nobunaga Oda, is fascinated with the world of the Chanoyu (the tea ceremony) and fine materials, like Nobunaga's Ranjatai, the most famous piece of Aloeswood (used as incense).
|Item # 174||Wikipedia|