3 edition of Modern Japanese poetry found in the catalog.
Modern Japanese poetry
1964 by Center for Japanese Studies, University of Michigan in Ann Arbor .
Written in English
|LC Classifications||PL727.5 K44|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||39|
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The state of Japanese poetry in the twentieth century, its high quality and individuality is clearly shown in this book. The introduction gives a brief, lucid history of poetry in Japan, with the emphasis on modern poetry. This remarkable anthology features modern Japanese poems by 55 poets, including Shuntarō Tanikawa, Minoru Yoshioka, Taeko Tomioka, Nobuo Ayukawa, Tarō Kitamura, Ryūichi Tamura, Hiroshi Yoshino, Noriko Ibaragi, Gōzō Yoshimasu and Yōji Arakawa, carefully selected by the renowned poet and literary critic Makoto Ōoka to ensure that the chosen poems express each 45(4).
In fact, my favorite poetic form is Japanese Haiku, which is a 17 syllable poem of three lines of in most cases. I have read numerous books on Haiku but this is the first book I have read on (Modern Japanese Tanka edited by Makoto Ueda) the Japanese Tanka poetic form which is a syllable lyric5(21).
This bilingual book presents a generous selection of work by four distinguished twentieth-century poets who made significant contributions to the development of modern Japanese poetry. A general. She was the author of nearly two dozen volumes of poetry including For a Return to Kona, The Kyoto Years, Forest House with Cat, and The Light Comes Slowly.
She and Yuki Sawa compiled and translated the volumes Anthology of Modern Japanese Poetry and Haiku Master Buson. She died on March 1, at the age of 5(1). Japanese poetry Poetry Translations: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Hughes, Glenn, Fifteen poets of modern Japan; a book of translations.
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The following book introduction by Kenneth Rexroth appears in the book One Hundred Poems from the Japanese. The following text has been transcribed from the paperback edition, published by New Directions. couplet, or elegiac distich only. Until modern times the largest body of Western poetry like them was in the Greek Anthology.
And it. The Record of Ancient Matters (A. ) and The Chronicles of Japan () are the oldest works of Japanese literature that exist. The works include many other literary forms. The Man'yoshu is a collection of Japanese poetry that consists of over four thousand poems by multiple poets.
It consists for the most part of syllable poems that are. From the middle of the Heian period when the "Kokin Waka Shu" (Collection of Ancient and Modern Waka) was compiled, waka (Japanese poems) were frequently recited at the Imperial court.
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Such books are similar to scrapbooks filled with items of many kinds: sententiae, notes, proverbs, adages, aphorisms, maxims, quotes, letters, poems, tables of weights. Modern Haiku does not generally publish renku or other linked-verse forms. Tanka is the modern name for waka, the traditional courtly poetry of Japan, written in 57577syllable groups and often dealing with themes of love, etc.
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x, p. : 24 cm Includes bibliographical references (p. ) and index Birth, exile, return -- Growing up in Sakai -- Saying no to reality -- The poet begins -- Tekkan enters -- The uses of poetry -- Autumn in the West -- The warm snows of Miyako -- Tokyo and Tangled hair -- The variety of Tangled hair -- The shape of Tangled hair -- The originality of Tangled hair -- Biography and the.
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Shambhala Publications publishes numerous books of Buddhist poetry, and weve gathered some of. This anthology brings togethere in convenient form a rich selection of Japanese poetry in traditional genres dating back from the earliest times to the twentieth century. With more than 1, poems, it is the most varied and comprehensive selection of traditional Japanese poetry now available in English.
Ezra Pound called poetry the most concentrated form of verbal expression, and the great.Japanese literature - Japanese literature - Medieval literature: Kamakura, Muromachi, and Azuchi-Momoyama periods (–): The warfare of the 12th century brought to undisputed power military men (samurai) whose new regime was based on martial discipline.
Though the samurai expressed respect for the old culture, some of them even studying tanka composition with the Kyōto masters, the.