6 edition of The Road to Komatsubara found in the catalog.
April 15, 1988
by Harvard University Asia Center
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||311|
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Carter (Author)Cited by: 3. The Road to Komatsubara Book Description: Carter attempts to reconstruct the "classical" reading of renga (linked verse) using extant rulebooks from the time, approximating in every way possible the manner in which it was read in its own time and place.
The Road to Komatsubara, which continues his earlier work on Sogi, is a welcome addition to a nascent field in the West. This is the first full-length, informed, and scholarly book in English on classical renga. At first glance, The Road to Komatsubara, which takes its title from a solo hyakuin composed by Sogi at Komatsubara inappears to be.
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A native of Yokohama in Kanagawa Prefecture, where his father was a naval engineer, Komatsubara graduated from the 18th class of the Imperial Japanese Army Academy in He served as a military attaché to Russia from –, and became fluent in the Russian his return to Japan, he was assigned to a number of staff positions within the Imperial Japanese Army.
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