2 edition of twofold tale by the poem of Yoshiki Hattori. found in the catalog.
twofold tale by the poem of Yoshiki Hattori.
|Other titles||Futatsu no hanashi|
|LC Classifications||M1621 I78 T9|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||27|
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verse. Hitomaro’s poem, one of the most famous in Japanese literature, also illustrates the assonance and repetition of vowels, and the intensive repetition, naga nagashi yo, "the long, long night," which are all characteristic features of Japanese prosody. The first poem in Waley’s The Uta is even more remarkable prosodically. It goes. In his final poem, he mused on the fleetingness of men and deeds: Appearing like dew, vanishing like dew— such is my life. Even Naniwa's splendor is a dream within a dream. Indeed within two years of Hideyoshi's death, one of his generals, Tokugawa Ieyasu, would depose young Hideyori and seize power in his own name.
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