Women poets of Japan
Published for J. Laughlin by New Directions Pub. Corp.,
In this collection (originally published by The Seabury Press in 1977 as The Burning Heart) , Kenneth Rexroth and Ikuko Atsumi have assembled representative works of seventy-seven poets. Staring with the Classical Period (645-1604 A.D.), characterized by the wanka and tanka styles,followed by haiku poets of the Tokugawa period (to 1867), the subsequent modern tanka and haiku poets, and including the contemporary school of free verse "Women Poets of Japan" records twelve hundred years of poetic accomplishment. Included are biographical notes on the individual poets, an essay on Japanese women and literature, and a table of historical periods.
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|Grouping Title||women poets of japan|
|Grouping Author||kenneth rexroth and ikuko atsumi|
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Rexroth, Kenneth, 1905-1982.
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Japanese poetry -- Translations into English
Japanese poetry -- Women authors -- History and criticism
Women and literature -- Japan
|title_display||Women poets of Japan|
|title_full||Women poets of Japan / translated and edited by Kenneth Rexroth and Ikuko Atsumi|
|title_short||Women poets of Japan|
History and criticism
Women and literature