One Hundred People, One Poem Each

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Around 1235, Japanese poet Fujiwara no Teika compiled for his son’s father-in-law a collection of one hundred poems by one hundred poets that became the exemplar of the genre—a mini-manual of classical poetry, still taught in the standard school curriculum. One Hundred People, One Poem Each contains the best that classical Japanese poetry has to offer—here presented in a new verse translation. More

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Larry Hammer is a writer, poet, and translator living in Arizona.

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