By Edith Marcombe Shiffert, Yuki Sawa
The country of eastern poetry within the 20th century, its prime quality and individuality is obviously proven during this publication. The advent supplies a brief,lucid background of poetry in Japan, with the emphasis on glossy poetry. The physique of the booklet is taken up with the interpretation of the paintings of forty-nine broadly acclaimed poets: free-verse poets, tanka poets, and haiku poets. on the again are notes giving illuminating biographical and literary information regarding each one poet. the distinction of the translations and the lucidity of the creation and notes make the booklet a treasure for poetry enthusiasts in every single place .
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