Samurai rising : the epic life of Minamoto Yoshitsune / Pamela S. Turner ; with illustrations by Gareth Hinds
eBook | Charlesbridge | 2016
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Disaster in Kyoto: Kyoto, 1160 CE -- Headless ghosts: Kurama, 1160-1174 CE -- Samurai boot camp: Hiraizumi, 1174- 1180 CE -- Brothers-in-arms: Kamakura, 1180-1184 CE -- Perilous river: Kyoto, 1184 CE -- Midnight strike: Ichi-no-Tani, 1184 CE -- Hooves like hailstones: Ichi-no-Tani, 1184 CE -- Into the storm: Kyoto, Shikoku, and Yashima, 1184-1185 CE -- The dropped bow: Yashima, 1185 CE -- The drowned sword: Dan-no-Ura, 1185 CE -- Assassins in the dark: Dan-no-Ura, Kyoto, and Koshigoe, 1185 CE -- Shizuka's song: Kyoto, Kamakura, and the Yoshino Mountains, 1185-1186 CE -- The fugitive: locations unknown, 1185-1187 CE -- Feast of arrows: Hiraizumi, 1187-1189 CE -- Epilogue: the Samurai weeps.
Documents the true story of the legendary samurai who was raised in the household of the enemies who killed his father before being sent to live in a monastery where, against the odds, he learned and perfected his fighting skills. -- Publisher's description.
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Hinds, Gareth, 1971-
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Print version: Turner, Pamela S. Samurai rising 9781580895842 (DLC) 2014049179 (OCoLC)908698781
1607348489 electronic bk.
9781607348481 electronic bk.
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