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Excerpt from Old-World Japan: Legends of the Land of the Gods The first six tales in this little volume are founded on some of the most significant and picturesque incidents of this God-period. The opening legend gives a brief relation of the birth of several of the great Shinto deities, of the creation of Japan and of the world, of the Orpheus 2/5(1).
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