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Composed in the stately ritual language of the ancient Japanese and presented as a "performing text," these prayers constitute one of the authentic foreign representatives in Eliade's sense. In the preface Kitagawa elucidates their significance, discusses Philippi's methods of encountering the "strangeness" of Japan, and comments astutely on aspects of the encounter of East and West.
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