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Conversations With Shotetsu

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SeriesMichigan Monograph Series in Japanese Studies
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ISBN 100939512432
ISBN 139780939512430

Conversations with Shotetsu book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Shotetsu monogatari was written by a disciple of Shotetsu ( /5(3).

Contained in this book, in addition to the translation of Shotetsu Monagatari (Conversations with Shotetsu) is a substantial introduction by Mr. Carter which is well worth reading before jumping into the main text. Much biographical Conversations With Shotetsu book critical information is included in the introduction including Shotetsu's rise as a star poet amidst 5/5(1).

Shotetsu monogatari was written by a disciple of Shotetsu (–), whom many scholars regard as the last great poet of the courtly tradition. The work provides information about the practice of poetry during the 14th and 15th centuries, including anecdotes about famous poets, advice on how to treat certain standard topics, and lessons in etiquette when attending or participating in.

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Conversations with Shotetsu is important reading for anyone interested in medieval Japanese literature and culture, in poetry, and in aesthetics. It provides a unique look.

Conversations with Shôtetsu represents the first attempt to translate and analyze the late medieval poetic miscellany titled Shôtetsu n by a disciple of Shôtetsu (), whom many scholars regard as the last great poet of the courtly tradition, this work provides information about the practice of poetry during the fourteenth and fifteenth by:   Conversations with Shotetsu by Robert H.

Brower,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide/5(3). Shotetsu, the subject of this book, was an early/midth century Japanese poet, the last great master of the waka form. His ideal was the poetry of Teika (13th c.), but it goes in different directions.

Shotetsu's home burned down claiming many years' work and s waka poems. BOOK REVIEWS Conversations with Shotetsu. Translated by Robert H. Brower, with Introduc-tion and Notes by Steven D. Carter. Center for Japanese Studies, University of Michigan, x + pages. $ A GENERATION and more of students of Japanese literature have been guided by the late Professor Robert H.

Brower's studies of court poetry. ^ "Conversations with Shotetsu." Review by Roselee Bundy; Monumenta Nipponica, Vol. 47, #3, Autumn pages ; the review covers Robert Brower 's English translation of Shotetsu.

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Brower £ Hardback. Conversations with Shotetsu Brower, Robert H. ; Carter, Steven D. () Shotetsu monogatari was written by a disciple of Shotetsu (–), whom many. CONVERSATIONS WITH SHOTETSU translated by R. Brower, introduced & annotated by S.

Carter, pp., publ. Hardback ISBN £ Details. DANCES WITH SHEEP: The Quest for Identity in the Fiction of Murakami Haruki by Matthew Carl Strecher, pp., publ. Hardback ISBN £ Details. The book opens wi Steven Carter's generous introduction on Shdtetsu's life and work and his significance Shotetsu’spoeticpractice,ofcourse,couldnotbelikethatofTeika, Carter, Conversations with Shétetsu(AnnArbor:CenterforJapaneseStudies,).

Quotedin Toyashi kikigaki,thememoirofhis sometimestudentTéno Tsuneyori (). See. ing books, he sold himself. Shotetsu's personal anthologies of poetry and his trea-tise-memoir Shotetsu monogatari (Conversations with Shotetsu, ?) offer us a clear picture of his profes-sional duties and how he carried them out.

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A court lady of the Heian era, an early modern philologist, a novelist of the Meiji period, and a physicist at Tokyo University. What do they have in common, besides being Japanese.

They all wrote zuihitsu&#;a uniquely Japanese literary genre encompassing features of the nonfiction or. History.

He was born in in a minor fortified town in the then province of Bitchū (now Okayama) to a samurai of middling rank named Komatsu ten years after his birth, Shōtetsu's family moved to Kyoto for unknown reasons.

At approximately the age of 15 (by the Occidental count), he was sent to the religious center of Nara where he became an acolyte in an unspecified Buddhist. The Pillow Book, by Sei Shonagon 2. Essays in Idleness, by Yoshida no Kenko Part II.

The Late Medieval Era 3. Conversations with Shotetsu, by Shotetsu 4. "To Unify the Nation and Restore Civil Society", by Ichijo Kaneyoshi 5. "Cottage of Dreams" and "Three Loves", by Shohaku 6.

A Tenbun Miscellany, by The Fujiwara Lay Monk.

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What do they ha. Jacket has modest edge-wear and some soiling; front panof jacket torn across along top and has a few stains.

Book and contents sound and clean. Publication of Osaka Trade Index began in. More. Add to Cart. Price: $ Conversations with Shotetsu (Shotetsu. Robert H. Brower is the author of Japanese Court Poetry ( avg rating, 10 ratings, 1 review, published ), Fujiwara Teika's Hundred-Poem Sequence o 4/5(49).

The pillow book / Sei Shonagon --Essays in idleness / Yoshida No Kenko --The Late Medieval Era. Conversations with Shotetsu / Shotetsu --"To unify the nation and restore civil society" / Ichijo Kaneyoshi --"Cottage of dreams" and "Three loves" / Shohaku --A Tenbun miscellany / The Fujiwara Lay Monk --The Edo period.

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Conversations with Shotetsu; Tales of Times Now Past; The Train That Had Wings; The Grand Old Man and the Great Tradition; The Tale of Matsura; Imagination without Borders; The Linguistic Turn in Contemporary Japanese Literary Studies; Sukeroku’s Double Identity; Musashino in Tuscany; Dances with Sheep; Yosano Akiko and The Tale of Genji.

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Free ebooks since [email protected] Acknowledgments Introduction Part I. Beginnings 1. The Pillow Book, by Sei Shonagon 2. Essays in Idleness, by Yoshida no Kenko Part II. The Late Medieval Era 3. Conversations with Shotetsu, by Shotetsu 4.

"To Unify the Nation and Restore Civil Society", by Ichijo Kaneyoshi 5. "Cottage of Dreams" and "Three Loves", by Shohaku 6. Fujiwara no Ietaka (藤原 家隆, – May 5, ) was an early Kamakura period Japanese waka poet.

Several of his poems are included in the Shin Kokin was related by marriage to Jakuren, which made him strongly connected to the network of poets of the was a pupil to Fujiwara no Shunzei. Ietaka was involved in a number of poetic matches and has a personal collection.Conversations with Shotetsu.

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A court lady of the Heian era, an early modern philologist, a novelist of the Meiji period, and a physicist at Tokyo Uni.