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Post-war Japanese poetry

Author: Harry Guest; Lynn Guest; Shōzō Kajima
Publisher: Harmondsworth, Middlesex, England ; Baltimore : Penguin Books, 1972.
Series: Penguin poets.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Poetry : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Genre/Form: Translations
Translations into English
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Guest, Harry.
Post-war Japanese poetry.
Harmondsworth, Penguin, 1972
(OCoLC)578789633
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Harry Guest; Lynn Guest; Shōzō Kajima
ISBN: 0140421459 9780140421453
OCLC Number: 622904
Notes: Includes index.
Description: 165 pages : illustrations ; 18 cm.
Contents: Two Worlds, Nights, The Sods!, Dark Blaze / Yamazaki Eiji --
Rice, Beware!, The Philosopher, The Cry / Amano Tadashi --
The Way My Poetry Should Go, Song of the Light- Bulb, The Foot of the Mountain, Firefly, Poor Quarter Psalm / Kamimura Hajime --
Funeral Train, That Morning in Samarkand / Ishihara Yoshiro --
The Form of Summer, Cold Wind, A Short Train / Kisaragi Makoto --
The Stake, Only a Poet, Suddenly, In a Light Breeze / Kuroda Saburo --
This Bloody-Awful Country / Nakagiri Masao --
Still Life, Monks / Yoshioka Minoru --
Saigon 1943, Maritime Graves, The Dead Man, Morning Song at the Marine Hotel / Ayukawa Nobuo --
The Prisoner, The Shadow I, The Shadow II, The Wall, Magic Lantern, Sunset / Miyoshi Toyoichiro --
The Aquarium, The Isle of Dreams / Yamanaka Ryojiro --
Rain, Garden, Short Poems, An Autumn Holiday: Evening to Night / Kitamura Taro --
Castles, Fautrier's Birds / Naka Taro --
The Far Country, Unseen Trees, A Man Who Writes a Poem / Tamura Ryuichi --
Mao Tse-Tung / Tanigawa Gan --
River or Sandbank, Rain, Prisoner, Cloud and Sky, Anti-War, The Sea Has Already Been Reduced To Pus / Niikuni Seiichi --
Lighthouses, Walking Song / Yamamoto Taro --
Children, Invisible Messengers / Ibaragi Noriko --
To My First Child, Sunset Colours, Concerning Human Space / Yoshino Hiroshi --
Daydream Guerrilla / Kuroda Kio --
Being, I'm, Days / Takano Kikuo --
Really, Explanation / Fujitomi Yasuo --
New Style Terrorist, An Owl Looks Down, At the Barber's / Hasegawa Ryusei --
The End of the War to End All Wars: A Sky For Strangers and Out of the Sand, The Sky, Just Once / Iijima Koichi --
Waves, Letter From an Old Friend / Horikawa Masami --
Shining, Song Two, Song Five / Irisawa Yasuo --
Touch, Boyhood, Without Sentimentality / Ooka Makoto --
Improvisation on My Desk, The Silent Room, The Poem-Man I Didn't Know, The Yellow Poet / Tanikawa Shuntaro --
Minor Interview, Subjective Song / Iwata Hiroshi --
Water and Ice / Kaminura Hiro --
In the Wall / Suzuki Shiroyasu --
Life Story / Tomioka Taeko --
Seat (A Blue One), Revolution, Blood Sunday / Amazawa Taijiro --
Looking-Glass / Tanabu Hiroshi --
Stone / Kajino Hideo --
A Tableau for Sunset, Winter, 1955 / Takahashi Mutsuo --
Eye / Yoshizawa Shoji --
Wind, Late Night Show / Watanabe Takenobu --
Burning / Yoshimasu Gozo --
Forest / Ishii Yutaka.
Series Title: Penguin poets.
Responsibility: edited and translated by Harry and Lynn Guest and Kajima Shôzô.

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