Arthur Lindsay Sadler

Arthur Lindsay Sadler (* 1882 in Hackney, London; † 1970) war Professor für Oriental Studies an der Universität von Sydney.

Sadler besuchte das Dulwich College, die Merchant Taylors' School in London und das St John's College in Oxford (B.A., 1908; M.A., 1911). Er war Pusey-Ellerton Stipendiat für Hebräisch (1903), Kennicott Junior-Stipendidiat für Hebräisch (1907), gewann den Nachwuchs-Septuaginta-Preis (1907) and schloss sein Studium in Orientalischen Sprachen (Hebräisch and Assyrisch)mit summa cum laude ab.

Zwischen 1922-1948 war Sadler der Professor für Oriental Studies an der University of Sydney. Er lehrte auch am Royal Military College. Unter seinen Publikationen finden sich A Short History of Japanese Architecture, Maker of Modern Japan: The Life of Tokugawa Ieyasu und Cha-No-Yu: The Japanese Tea Ceremony. Er übersetzte The Ten Foot Square Hut (das Hōjōki), Auszüge aus dem Heike Monogatari und The Code of The Samurai: Budo Shoshinshu ins Englische.

Nach seine Emeritierung kehrte er nach England zurück und ließ sich im Dorf Great Bardfield in Essex nieder. Er verkehrte mit einigen der Great Bardfield Artists darunter auch Edward Bawden, Stanley Clifford-Smith und Michael Rothenstein. Seine letzten Jahre verbrachte er im Buck's House, Great Bardfield, das er von seinem Freund Stanley Clifford-Smith gekauft hatte.

Inhaltsverzeichnis

Werke

  • 'The Art of flower arrangement in Japan: A sketch of its history and development', London: Country Life 1933.
  • 'Cha-no-yu: The Japanese tea ceremony', London: Kegan Paul et. al. 1933.
  • 'The Maker of modern Japan: The life of Tokugawa Ieyasu', London: Allen & Unwin 1937.
  • 'A short History of Japanese architecture', Sydney et. al.: Angus & Robertson 1941.
  • 'A short History of Japan', Sydney: Angus & Robertson 1962.
  • Appendix zu Okakura Kakuzō: 'The book of tea; a Japanese harmony of art culture and the simple life', Sydney: Angus & Robertson 1935.

Übersetzungen

  • 'The Heike Monogatari', Tokyo: Asiatic Society of Japan 1918.
  • Go-Mizunoo: 'The Emperor Go-Mizuno-In's Kocho, privately printed 1922.
  • 'Japanese Plays: No-Kyogen-Kabuki', Sydney: Angus & Robertson 1934.
  • Saka Jūbutsu: 'The Ise Daijingū sankeiki, or Diary of a pilgrim to Ise', Tokyo: Zaidan Hôjin Meiji Seitoku Kinen Gakkai 2600: 1940.
  • Yūzan Daidōji: 'The code of the Samurai', Tokyo: Kokusai Bunka Shinkokai, 1941.
  • 'Selections from the Confucian Texts', Glebe: Australasian Medical Pub. Co, 1942.
  • 'Selections from Modern Japanese Writers', Glebe: Australasian Medical Pub. Co, 1942. und
  • 'Selections from modern Japanese writers : English translation', Glebe: Australasian Medical Pub. Co, 1943.
  • Wu Qi, Sunzi, Sima Rangju: 'Three Military Classics of China', Sydney: Australasian Medical Pub. Co, 1944.
  • 'The ten foot square hut and Tales of the Heike : being two thirteenth century Japanese classics, the "Hōjōki" and selections from the "Heike monogatari"', Rutland, Ver.: Tuttle 1979.
  • Kamo no Chōmei: The Hō-Jō-Ki. Honolulu: Privately printed 1950.

Aufsätze

  • 'The Naval Campaign in the Korean War of Hideyoshi (1592-1598)', in: Transactions of the Asiatic Society of Japan, Second Series, 14 (Juni 1937), S. 179–208.
  • 'Chanoyu or the Tea Philosophy of Japan. A Western Evaluation', in Pacific Affairs, Jg. 2, Nr. 10 (Okt. 1929), S. 635-644. Honolulu 1929.

Quellen

  • Joyce Ackroyd, 'Sadler, Arthur Lindsay (1882 - 1970)', Australian Dictionary of Biography, Volume 11, Melbourne University Press, 1988, pp 505-506.

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