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  • Author:
    Gozo Yoshimasu
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    0942668103
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    Katydid Books; 1st edition (January 1, 2006)
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    184 pages
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A 1000 Steps and More book.

A 1000 Steps and More book. Translated from the Japanese by Richard Arno. A 1000 Steps and More: Selected Poems and Prose, 1964-1984 (Asian Poetry in Translation Japan No 8). by. Gozo Yoshimasu. Translated from the Japanese by Richard Arno and others. Anyone who has ever heard the extraordinary Yoshimasu Gozo's mesmerizing readings will never forget him.

Translated from the Japanese by Christopher Drake, Robert Brady, Odagawa Kazuko, Eric Selland. Series: Asian Poetry in Translation (Book 15). Paperback: 186 pages. ISBN-13: 978-0942668360. Product Dimensions: . x . inches.

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Find nearly any book by Gozo Yoshimasu. And More (Asian Poetry in Translation Japan No 8): ISBN 9780942668100 (978-42668-10-0) Softcover, Katydid Books, 2006. Yutaka Takanashi: Toshi-e (Towards the City): Books on Books N. by Gerry Badger, Jeffrey Ladd, Gozo Yoshimasu.

One Hundred Verses from Old Japan- Full Audio Book - English - Unabridged - Poetry - Продолжительность . A Japanese Poem: 千羽鶴 (A Thousand Cranes) - Продолжительность: 3:57 japonin Recommended for you. 3:57

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Translated by 15 leading scholars and poets. Ooka and Fitzsimmons present a vivid sample of the works of eight of the foremost contemporary Japanese poets born between 1919 and 1939. Includes Yoshioka Minoru, Tamura Ryuichi, Iijima Koichi, TadaChimako, Ooka Makoto, Tanikawa Shuntaro, Shiraishi Kazuko and Yoshimasu Gozo, plus a renga sequence by Ooka and Fitzsimmons.

Translated from the Japanese by Richard Arno and others. Mass Market Paperback Paperback Hardcover Mass Market Paperback Paperback Hardcover.

Many are first- to fourth-generation Asian American poets whose heritages (part or whole) originate from South or East or West Asia. They all help to broaden our understanding of contemporary American poetry. Some were born in the US, and others are expatriates or poets-in-exile. This collection is intended to introduce new readers to Asian American poets and to help those who are interested in learning more about these poets and their poetry. It is an ongoing project to make visible the vastness and variety of . literary culture and to expand our notions of human experience in our time.

Ex-Voto, a thousand steps and more, translated by Ryoko Sekiguchi, Éditions Les petits matins October 2009

A number of major poetry publishers in Japan have published books anthologizing Yoshimasu's works over time. These works include poetry published in journals such as Gendai Shi Techo, as well as works published in individual volumes. Ex-Voto, a thousand steps and more, translated by Ryoko Sekiguchi, Éditions Les petits matins October 2009. The Other Voice, translated by Ryoko Sekiguchi, preface by Michel Deguy Éditions Caedere 2004. Antique observatoire, translated by Claude Mouchard and Masatsugu Ono, illustrations by Daniel Pommereulle, Collection R, Avant post, 2001.

Start studying Asian Poetry - Japanese Haiku. Some of the greatest poems don't fit into the 5-7-5 standard because they have been lost in translation and the rhythm is not the same in english. Learn vocabulary, terms and more with flashcards, games and other study tools. Explain why even the great Japanese poems don't all fit into the standard 5-7-5 syllable pattern. Creating a white blanket. Birdsong fills the air.

Poetry. Asian Studies. Translated from the Japanese by Richard Arno and others. Anyone who has ever heard the extraordinary Yoshimasu Gozo's mesmerizing readings will never forget him. Yoshimasu breaks away from linear pseudorealism to offer a range of alternative voices and models which challenge our postmodernist passivity--"souls running/running genealogy of a scream/this hell/I confess precisely/from Shinjuku to Kanda/when this paper touches air it burns." "It cuts suddenly like a searchlight, which, turning, reveals some of pride-hungry postwar Japan's most seductive fantasies"--from the introduction by Iijima Koichi.