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Published by Princeton University Press in Princeton, N.J .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Kakinomoto, Hitomaro, fl. 689-700 -- Criticism and interpretation.,
  • Manʼyōshū.,
  • Japanese poetry -- To 794 -- History and criticism.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementIan Hideo Levy.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPL728.15 .L48 1984
    The Physical Object
    Pagination174 p. ;
    Number of Pages174
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL3185427M
    ISBN 100691065810
    LC Control Number83042564


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Hitomaro and the Birth of Japanese Lyricism Professor Levy explores the ritual origins of Japanese verse, the impact of Chinese and Korean literary influence on the seventh-century Court, and the rhetorical deification of the imperial family as the condition under which Hitomaro would begin Hitomaro and the birth of Japanese lyricism book career as a Court ally published in Cited by: 1.

: Hitomaro and the Birth of Japanese Lyricism (Princeton Legacy Library) (): Levy, Ian Hideo: BooksCited by: 1. Professor Levy explores the ritual origins of Japanese verse, the impact of Chinese and Korean literary influence on the seventh-century Court, and the rhetorical deification of the imperial family as the condition under which Hitomaro would begin his career as a Court ally published in The Princeton Legacy Library uses the latest print-on-demand technology to again make.

Professor Levy explores the ritual origins of Japanese verse, the impact of Chinese and Korean literary influence on the seventh-century Court, and the rhetorical deification of the imperial family as the condition under which Hitomaro would begin his career as a Court poet. Originally published in Professor Levy explores the ritual origins of Japanese verse, the impact of Chinese and Korean literary influence on the seventh-century Court, and the rhetorical deification of the imperial family as the condition under which Hitomaro would begin his career as a Court poet.

Originally published in Cited by: 1. Hitomaro and the Birth of Japanese Lyricism Book Description: Professor Levy explores the ritual origins of Japanese verse, the impact of Chinese and Korean literary influence on the seventh-century Court, and the rhetorical deification of the imperial family as the condition under which Hitomaro would begin his career as a Court poet.

Professor Levy explores the ritual origins of Japanese verse, the impact of Chinese and Korean literary influence on the seventh-century Court, and the rhetorical deification of the imperial family as the condition under Hitomaro and the birth of Japanese lyricism book Hitomaro would begin his career as a Court ally published in The Princeton Legacy Library uses the latest print-on-demand technology to again make.

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Originally published in Kakinomoto no Hitomaro (柿本 人麻呂 or 柿本 人麿; c. – – c. –) was a Japanese waka poet and aristocrat of the late Asuka was the most prominent of the poets included in the Man'yōshū, the oldest waka anthology, but apart from what can be gleaned from hints in the Man'yōshū, the details of his life are largely uncertain.

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Professor Levy explores the ritual origins of Japanese verse, the impact of Chinese and Korean literary influence on the seventh-century Court, and the rhetorical deification of the imperial family as the condition under which Hitomaro would begin his career as a Court poet. Kakinomoto no Hitomaro (fl.

) is generally regarded as one of the pre-eminent poets of premodern Japan. While most existing scholarship on Hitomaro is concerned with his poetry, this study foregrounds the process of his reception and canonization as a deity of Japanese poetry.

Kakinomoto Hitomaro, poet venerated by the Japanese since earliest times. He was also Japan’s first great literary figure.

Among his surviving works are poems in the two major Japanese poetic forms of his day—tanka and chōka. Probably he also wrote sedōka (“head-repeated poem,” consisting of two.

(See note 24 for a discussion of the idea of lyric.) 35 Levy, Hitomaro and the Birth of Japanese Lyricism, 36 Ibid., Zambrano 12 Hana mo sakeredo Yama wo shimi Iritemo torazu Kusa bukami Toritemo mizu Aki no yama no Ko no ha wo mite wa Momichi wo ba Torite so shinofu Aoki wo ba Okite so nageku Soko shi urameshi Akiyama so are wa Bud.

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