5 edition of Kokin wakashū found in the catalog.
|Other titles||Shinsen waka. English. 1985., Tosa nikki.|
|Statement||translated and annotated by Helen Craig McCullough.|
|Contributions||McCullough, Helen Craig., Ki, Tsurayuki, d. 945 or 6.|
|LC Classifications||PL758.22 .A3 1985|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 388 p. :|
|Number of Pages||388|
|LC Control Number||84050756|
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Kokin Wakashu, also called Kokinshu, is one of the 21collections of Japanese poems that were compiled by imperial request. This collection consists of about Japanese poems written by many authors.
“Kokin Wakashu” has different meanings, for example: “Collection of Old and New Japanese Poems” and “Ancient and Modern Japanese Poems”. Kokin Wakashu book.
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Kokin wakashū book Kokinshū, (Japanese: “Collection from Ancient and Modern Times”) the first anthology of Japanese poetry compiled upon Imperial order, by poet Ki Tsurayuki and others in It was the first major literary work written in the kana writing system.
The. The Kokinwakashū (or the Kokinshū for short), the 'Collection of Japanese Poetry Ancient and Modern', was the first of the 21 anthologies of waka compiled at imperial command (chokusenshû).
The idea of an imperial waka anthology as a 'modern' successor to the Man'yôshû was first mooted by Emperor Uda (; r. ), and eventually commissioned. Kokinshu (Also called Kokin Wakashu.) Japanese poetry.
Considered the epitome of Japanese poetry for a thousand years, the Kokinshu (which loosely. What Is Kokin Wakashu?. Kokin Wakashu is an anthology of 1, Japanese poems (in the most widely circulated editions) compiled and edited early in the 10th century. The title, conventionally abridged in Japanese to Kokinshu, may be translated "Collection of Old and New Japanese Poems" or, perhaps more precisely, " Ancient and Modern Japanese Poems.".
The book also contains two short, additional, works by the primary editor, Ki no Tsurayuki: the Tosa Nikki and the Shinsen Waka.
These two works give us a broader view of the main editor. There are also excellent appendices that help in locating a specific poem you may be searching for. This book was published in Reviews: 1.
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Discover Kokin Wakashu: Kokin Wakashu by Helen McCullough and millions of other books available at Barnes & Noble. Shop paperbacks, eBooks, and more. Our Stores Are Open Book Annex Membership Educators Gift Cards Stores & Events Help. Book: Year of Publication: Authors: Tsurayuki, Ki: Number of Pages: Publisher: Stanford University Press: City: Stanford: ISBN: Abstract: Kokin Wakashu is an anthology of 1, Japanese poems (in the most widely circulated editions) compiled and edited early in the 10th century.
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See also what's at your library, or elsewhere. The Kokin Wakashū (古今和歌集, "Collection of Japanese Poems of Ancient and Modern Times"), commonly abbreviated as Kokinshū (古今集), is an early anthology of the waka form of Japanese poetry, dating from the Heian is an Imperial anthology, conceived by Emperor Uda (r.
–) and published by order of his son Emperor Daigo (r. –), in about Kokinshu book. Read 7 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. This is the first complete translation of the tenth-century work Kokinshu, /5(7). The Kokin Wakashu is an anthology of Japanese poetry from the 9th and 10th centuries compiled by four poets that contains two prefaces.
One of the prefaces was written in .Kokin Wakashu. The First Imperial Anthology of Japanese Poetry: With ‘Tosa Nikki’ and ‘Shinsen Waka’ Translated and Annotated by Helen Craig McCullough.
BUY THIS BOOK. pages. $ Hardcover ISBN: CITE THIS BOOK. Description Desc. Literary Studies / Asian. Literature / Theater, Poetry, and Fiction.O Kokin Wakashū (古今和歌集, ''?
"Coleção de Poemas Japonês das Eras Antiga e Moderna"), geralmente abreviado como Kokinshū (古今集, ''?), é uma antologia antiga da poesia japonesa na forma de waka, datando do período Heian.
É uma antologia imperial, concebida pelo Imperador Uda () e publicado por ordem de seu filho, Imperador Daigo (), em .