Kokinshū: A Collection of Poems Ancient and Modern
Cheng & Tsui, 1996 - Foreign Language Study - 442 pages
This book is the first complete translation of the tenth-century work Kokinshu, one of the most important anthologies of the Japanese classical tradition.
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