The Manyōshū: the Nippon Gakujutsu Shinkōksi translation of One thousand poems, with the texts in Romaji

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Columbia University Press, 1965 - Literary Criticism - 502 pages
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Interesting as being the first major collection of Japanese poetry. The quality of the individual poems varies from trite to powerful, but some are very effective. Read full review

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"Both the oldest and the greatest of Japanese anthologies." Read full review

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