MATSUO BASH–O'S POETIC SPACES © Eleanor Kerkham, 2006. Softcover reprint of the hardcover 1st edition 2006 ISBN 978-1-4039-7258-3 All rights reserved. No part of this book may be used or reproduced in any manner whatsoever without ...
Author: E. Kerkham
Haikai is an art that parodies and often subverts its linguistic, generic, and personal predecessors, and its intersections include imaginative links to the rest of Japanese literature and culture. This collection of essays explores certain neglected aspects of this haikaimaster's literary and philosophical contributions.
The ideology of the four seasons was also represented in poetic places (utamakura), locales made famous by waka, ... waka, renga, and haikai poets such as N[in, Saigy[, S[gi, and Matsuo Bash[ (1644–1694) visited and wrote poems on these ...
Author: Haruo Shirane
Publisher: Columbia University Press
"Elegant representations of nature and the four seasons populate a wide range of Japanese genres and media. In Japan and the Culture of the Four Seasons, Haruo Shirane shows how, when, and why this practice developed and explicates the richly encoded social, religious, and political meanings of this imagery. Shirane discusses textual, cultivated, material, performative, and gastronomic representations of nature. He reveals how this kind of 'secondary nature,' which flourished in Japan's urban environment, fostered and idealized a sense of harmony with the natural world just at the moment when it began to recede from view. Illuminating the deeper meaning behind Japanese aesthetics and artifacts, Shirane also clarifies the use of natural and seasonal topics as well as the changes in their cultural associations and functions across history, genre, and community over more than a millennium. In this book, the four seasons are revealed to be as much a cultural construction as a reflection of the physical world."--Back cover.
Matsuo Bash ̄o, Permanence and Change The Genroku era produced still other modern perspectives on change. ... the poet enters this holy space, as the sound of cicadas penetrates (shimiiru) the boulders, as the eternal “silence” pervades ...
Author: C. Inouye
This book explores the Japanese notion of hakanasa - the evanescence of all things. Responses to this idea have been various and even contradictory: asceticism, fatalism, conformism, hedonism, materialism, and careerism. This book examines the ties between an epistemology of constant change and Japan's formal emphasis on etiquette and visuality.
One way of creating a space for listening as re-engagement suggested here is walking. Walking and Listening: Cultivating Senses for Deeper Engagement Walking ... Japanese haiNu poet Matsuo Bash walNed some 2500 Nm over three years, ...
Author: David Selby
Publisher: Verlag Barbara Budrich
Education for sustainable development, the educational offshoot of the concept of ‘sustainable development’, has rapidly become the predominant educational response to the global environmental crisis. The authors apply a critical lens to the field and find it wanting in many regards. Sustainability Frontiers is an international, academic non-governmental organization based in Canada and the United Kingdom. It engages in research and innovation in the broad fields of sustainability and global education challenging dominant assumptions and current orthodoxies as it seeks to foster learner empowerment and action. It places particular emphasis on climate change, disaster risk reduction and peacebuilding and their implications for the nature and directions of sustainability education.
The kiko is travel literature that expresses an " appreciation of famous places . ” Matsuo Basho's Oku no Hosomichi , of The Narrow ... Matsuo Bash ) was born near Ueno in Iga Province . He wrote his first poems when he was eighteen ...
Author: Gerald Vizenor
Publisher: Wesleyan University Press
Whether focusing on Native American tricksters or legal and financial claims of tribal sovereignty, Vizenor continually underscores the diversities of modern traditions, the mixed ethnicity that characterizes those who claim Native American origin, and cultural permeability of an increasingly commercial, global world.--pub. website.
An Anthology of Poems by Basho and His Followers Bash? Matsuo, Basho, Asataro Miyamori ... extremely small verse , there remains very little space for description , so that the resultant poem may be applied to any other similar cases .
Author: Bash? Matsuo
Publisher: Courier Corporation
This volume features dozens of Basho's poems as well as works by his predecessors and ten of his disciples — Kikaku, Ransetsu, Joso, and Kyoroku among them. Intended principally for readers with no knowledge of Japanese literature, the book includes the original Japanese text, a transliteration, and English translations for each verse.
Poetry. PLACED: KARESANSUI POEMS is a poetic sequence that juxtaposes words, phrases, quotes, and lyric excerpts in the manner of stones in a Japanese dry-landscape Zen garden: karesansui.
Author: Carol Snow
Publisher: Counterpath Press
Poetry. PLACED: KARESANSUI POEMS is a poetic sequence that juxtaposes words, phrases, quotes, and lyric excerpts in the manner of stones in a Japanese dry-landscape Zen garden: karesansui. "Subtexts" identify sources of quotations, ranging from Matsuo Bash-o to the Marx Brothers. Time is stilled here, each one- or two-line poem, for rather than about insight, is both brief and durable, inviting the reader to explore and reconsider a complex of associations.
Basho lived in 17th century Japan and is celebrated as one of its most outstanding haiku poets . ... Matsuo Basho , Oku no hosomichi , trans , by David L. Barnhill , in * Bash as Bat : Wayfaring and Antistructure in the Journals of ...
Author: George Nash
Publisher: British Archaeological Reports Limited
The Archaeology of Semiotics and the social order of things is edited by George Nash and George Children and brings together 15 thought-provoking chapters from contributors around the world. A sequel to an earlier volume published in 1997, it tackles the problem of understanding how complex communities interact with landscape and shows how the rules concerning landscape constitute a recognised and readable grammar. The mechanisms underlying landscape grammar are both physical and mental, being based in part on the mindset of the individual; the same landscape can thus evoke different meanings for different people and at different times. People's perception has greatly influenced the construction of landscapes over millennia but, until recently, the potential of this area has been largely untapped. Apart from chapters focusing solely upon human interaction with landscape, there are several which skilfully integrate artefacts and place with landscape (e.g. Gheorghiu and Sognnes). Other chapters look at the way people have marked the landscape through such mechanisms as rock-art (e.g. Clegg, Devereux, Estévez, Fossati, Kelleher and Skier). Rock-art establishes personal and communal identity in relation to landscape and it is clear that other forms of visual expression were in place which distinctively created special places within the landscape. Landscape constructs can bind cultures together; bringing the old ways of reading the landscape into contemporary life (e.g. Smiseth). Defining early and late prehistoric landscapes and segregating these into, say, mundane domestic and ritualised spaces rely on both clear and subtle archaeologies and in this volume distinct monument clustering and ritualised linearity are considered (e.g. Mason and Nash). A volume such as this cannot escape the influence of New World approaches, such as anthropology, and in many respects chapters by Bender, Muller and Merritt give context to other chapters within the book. Finally, one must consider text as a means of constructing landscape and this is considered by Heyd, who eloquently deconstructs the travel diary of a 17th century Japanese poet. This will be an important volume for archaeologists, landscape scholars and students. The many approaches used are tried and tested, forming an invaluable resource and not just another edited book.
Landscape, Cultural Memory, and the Poetry of Bash? ... 235 , 245 under Matsuo Basho Poetic greetings ( aisatsu ) , 16 , 25 , 41 , Oku no hosomichi , see under Matsuo 49 , 160f , 163-70 , 227-28 , 293 , Basho 320 , 324 ; to the ancients ...
Author: Haruo Shirane
Publisher: Stanford University Press
Basho (1644-94) is perhaps the best known Japanese poet in both Japan and the West, and this book establishes the ground for badly needed critical discussion of this critical figure by placing the works of Basho and his disciples in the context of broader social change.