Far Beyond the Field: Haiku by Japanese Women

Far Beyond the Field: Haiku by Japanese Women

by Makoto Ueda (Editor)

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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780231128636
Publisher: Columbia University Press
Publication date: 03/10/2003
Series: Translations from the Asian Classics Ser
Edition description: New Edition
Pages: 272
Product dimensions: 5.00(w) x 8.90(h) x 0.70(d)
Age Range: 18 Years

About the Author

Makoto Ueda is professor emeritus of Japanese at Stanford University. He has written, translated, or edited fourteen books, including Modern Japanese Tanka and Light Verse from the Floating World.

Table of Contents

Introduction
Den Sutejo (1633—1698)
Kawai Chigetsu (1634?—1718)
Shiba Sonome (1664—1726)
Chiyojo (1703—1775)
Enomoto Seifu (1732—1815)
Tagami Kikusha (1753—1826)
Takeshita Shizunojo (1887—1951)
Sugita Hisajo (1890—1946)
Hashimoto Takako (1899—1963)
Mitsuhashi Takajo (1899—1972)
Ishibashi Hideno (1909—1947)
Katsura Nobuko (b. 1914)
Yoshino Yoshiko (b. 1915)
Tsuda Kiyoko (b. 1920)
Inahata Teiko (b. 1931)
Uda Kiyoko (b. 1935)
Kuroda Momoko (b. 1938)
Tsuji Momoko (b. 1945)
Katayama Yumiko (b. 1952)
Mayuzumi Madoka (b. 1965)

What People are Saying About This

Amy V. Heinrich

Makoto Ueda has given us several great gifts with his book on women haiku poets: introductions to a host of writers previously unknown to readers in English; concise and eloquent translations of their work—Ueda's translation simply gets better and better with each book and makes it look easy—and a revised view of the history of haiku. Its richness increases with every reading.

Sonja Arntzen

This book breaks new ground and provides an important entrée into the subject of women's haiku for English readers. Deeply moving, amusing, insightful, thought provoking, and breathtakingly beautiful by turns, the poems in this volume cover a wide range of human experience. They reveal both the continuity of a haiku sensibility over the centuries and individual difference. And how good it is to see the women haiku students of Basho getting their due!

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