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by Kenneth Rexroth,Ikuko Atsumi

Download The Burning Heart: Women Poets of Japan (English and Japanese Edition) eBook
ISBN:
0816493189
Author:
Kenneth Rexroth,Ikuko Atsumi
Category:
Poetry
Language:
English Japanese
Publisher:
Seabury Press; 1st edition (September 1, 1977)
Pages:
184 pages
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Text: English, Japanese (translation). Hardcover: 184 pages. ISBN-13: 978-0816493180.

The Burning Heart book A great introduction to women poets of Japan which includes mini- bios for each poet and a wealth of historical information in a short essay.

The Burning Heart book. It is unfortunately Ikuko Atsumi and Kenneth Rexroth did not include more of this. A great introduction to women poets of Japan which includes mini- bios for each poet and a wealth of historical information in a short essay at the back: I highly recommend this to someone looking for a jumping off point into japanese women poets. I did not like every poem or poet, but found the collection to be diverse in voice.

The Journal of Asian Studies. The Burning Heart: Women Poets of Japan. New York: Seabury Press, 1977.

Japanese poetry, English poetry, Japanese poetry. New York : Seabury Press.

From early as the seventh century up to the present day, no other has had so many important women poets as Japan

From early as the seventh century up to the present day, no other has had so many important women poets as Japan. In this collection (originally published by The Seabury Press in 1977 as The Burning Heart, Kenneth Rexroth and Ikuko Atsumi have assembled representative works of seventy-seven poets. Staring with the Classical Period (645-1604 .

pg 141 of Woman poets of Japan, 1977, Kenneth Rexroth, Ikuko Atsumi, ISBN 0-8112-0820-6; previously published as The Burning Heart by The Seabury Press.

柳の 枝にかかれる 春雨は 糸もてぬける 玉かとぞ見る. Aoyagi no Eda ni kakareru Harusame wa Ito motenukeru Tama ka to zo miru 難波潟 みじかき芦の ふしのまも あはでこの世を 過ぐしてよとや. pg 141 of Woman poets of Japan, 1977, Kenneth Rexroth, Ikuko Atsumi, ISBN 0-8112-0820-6; previously published as The Burning Heart by The Seabury Press.

Women Poets of Japan. Kenneth Rexroth, 育子·渥美

Women Poets of Japan. Kenneth Rexroth, 育子·渥美. New Directions Publishing, 1982 - Biography & Autobiography - 184 pages. In this collection (originally published by The Seabury Press in 1977 as The Burning Heart), Kenneth Rexroth and Ikuko Atsumi have assembled representative works of seventy-seven poets. characterized by the wanka and tanka styles,followed by haiku poets of the Tokugawa period (to 1867), the subsequent modern tanka and haiku poets, and including the contemporary school of free verse "Women Poets of Japan" records twelve hundred years of poetic accomplishment.

In this collection (originally published by The Seabury Press in 1977 as The Burning Heart, Kenneth Rexroth and Ikuko Atsumi have assembled representative works of seventy-seven poets. characterized by the wanka and tanka styles, followed by haiku poets of the Tokugawa period (to 1867), the subsequent modern tanka and haiku poets, and including the contemporary school of free verse Women Poets of Japan records twelve hundred years of poetic accomplishment.

Japanese women poets: an anthology. pg 140 of Woman poets of Japan, 1977, Kenneth Rexroth, Ikuko Atsumi, ISBN 0-8112-0820-6; previously published as The Burning Heart by The Seabury Press. pg 147 and pg 174-175 of Seeds in the Heart. Otomo no Sakanoue Iratsume (early 700s)".

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