Miyazawa Kenji: Selections by Kenji MiyazawaThe poet Miyazawa Kenji (1896-1933) was an early twentieth-century Japanese modernist who today is known worldwide for his poetry and stories as well as his devotion to Buddhism. Miyazawa Kenji: Selections collects a wide range of his poetry and provides an excellent introduction to his life and work. Miyazawa was a teacher of agriculture by profession and largely unknown as a poet until after his death. Since then his work has increasingly attracted a devoted following, especially among ecologists, Buddhists, and the literary avant-garde. This volume includes poems translated by Gary Snyder, who was the first to translate a substantial body of Miyazawa’s work into English. Hiroaki Sato’s own superb translations, many never before published, demonstrate his deep familiarity with Miyazawa’s poetry. His remarkable introduction considers the poet’s significance and suggests ways for contemporary readers to approach his work. It further places developments in Japanese poetry into a global context during the first decades of the twentieth century. In addition the book features a Foreword by the poet Geoffrey O’Brien and essays by Tanikawa Shuntaro, Yoshimasu Gozo, and Michael O’Brien.
Poet, an Artist - arTic poems
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Your brains aren't smart enough to retain this by just listening. Make sure you write all this down in your notes! Incidentally… it seems some students have been extorting money from each other at school again. You know… nothing good comes out of guys your age. You assholes can't even distinguish good from bad. How do those indiscreet punks get away with doing whatever they want in town, thinking they're some big shots!? Deductive reasoning or inductive reasoning: which one uses one or several examples to draw a conclusion?
He was born to the Kakinomoto clan , based in Yamato Province , probably in the s, and likely died in Iwami Province around He also composed well-regarded travel poems. He is ranked as one of the Thirty-six Poetry Immortals.
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Tanabata celebrates the annual meeting of the celestial lovers Orihime the star Vega and Hikoboshi Altair , who are only allowed to meet once a year. Her father loved the cloth that she wove and so she worked very hard every day to weave it. However, Orihime was sad that because of her hard work she could never meet and fall in love with anyone. When the two met, they fell instantly in love with each other and married shortly thereafter. However, once married, Orihime no longer would weave cloth for Tentei and Hikoboshi allowed his cows to stray all over Heaven. In anger, Tentei separated the two lovers across the Amanogawa and forbade them to meet. Orihime became despondent at the loss of her husband and asked her father to let them meet again.