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Other authors: Yosa Buson (Contributor), Kobayashi Issa (Contributor), Basho Matsuo (Contributor), Hattori Ransetsu (Contributor), Ryokan (Contributor) - 1 more, Masaoka Shiki. No current Talk conversations about this book.
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Classic Haiku: The Greatest Japanese Poetry from Basho, Buson, Issa, Shiki, and Their Followers
Classic Haiku: The Greatest Japanese Poetry from Basho, Buson, Issa, Shiki, and Their Followers. In this book, Robert Hass provides translations of haiku by three of its preeminent practitioners, together with supplemental material to give the reader context, such as how haiku grew out of the older Japanese tradition of collaborative verse. Basho, who lived in the seventeenth century, worked before haiku were seen as an independent art-form. At the end of the book, Hass discusses the difficulties of translating haiku.
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Little Enough: 49 Haiku by Bashô, Sodô, Ransetsu, Buson, Ryôkan, Issa, Shiki and a tanka. Ehime Culture Foundation. International Haiku Convention 2000: Masaoka Shiki International Haiku Awards. Frankfort, KY: Gnomon Press, 1991. Matsuyama, Japan: Ehime Culture Foundation, 2000.
Kobayashi Issa (小林 一茶, June 15, 1763 – January 5, 1828) was a Japanese poet and lay Buddhist priest of the Jōdo Shinshū sect known for his haiku poems and journals. He is better known as simply Issa (一茶), a pen name meaning Cup-of-tea (lit. "one tea"). He is regarded as one of the four haiku masters in Japan, along with Bashō, Buson and Shiki - "the Great Four.
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