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100 1  Turner, Pamela S. 
245 10 Samurai rising :|bthe epic life of Minamoto Yoshitsune /
       |cPamela S. Turner ; illustrations by Gareth Hinds. 
264  1 Watertown, MA :|bCharlesbridge,|c[2016] 
264  4 |c©2016 
300    xiii, 236 pages :|billustrations (black and white), maps ;
       |c23 cm 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
336    still image|bsti|2rdacontent 
337    unmediated|bn|2rdamedia 
338    volume|bnc|2rdacarrier 
500    Includes index. 
505 0  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. 
520    "This epic tale of warriors and bravery, rebellion and 
       revenge, reads like a novel, but this is the true story of
       the greatest samurai in Japanese history.  When Yoshitsune
       was just a baby, his father went to war with a rival 
       samurai familyand lost. His father was killed, his mother 
       captured, and his brothers sent away. Yoshitsune was 
       raised in his enemys household until he was sent away to 
       live in a monastery. He grew up skinny and small. Not the 
       warrior type. But he did inherit his family pride and when
       the time came for the Minamoto to rise up against their 
       enemy once again, Yoshitsune was there. His daring feats, 
       such as storming a fortress by riding on horseback down 
       the side of a cliff and his glorious victory at sea, 
       secured Yoshitsunes place in history and his story is 
       still being told centuries later."-- Amazon.com 
600 10 Minamoto, Yoshitsune,|d1159-1189. 
650  0 Generals|zJapan|vBiography. 
650  0 Samurai|zJapan|vBiography. 
651  0 Japan|xHistory|yHeian period, 794-1185. 
700 1  Hind, Gareth,|eillustrator. 
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