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Author: Amelia Fielden; Saeko Ogi
Publisher: Carindale, Qld. : Interactive Publications, 2011.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : Poetry : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Two of Australia's most accomplished tanka artists collaborate in this bi-lingual (English / Japanese) collection. Saeko Ogi, whose primary language is Japanese but who is at home in English, and Amelia Fielden, whose primary language is English with wide experience in Japanese, write their tanka, in both languages, in response to those of the other. By linking ideas, suggestions and atmosphere, they give their  Read more...
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Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Amelia Fielden; Saeko Ogi
ISBN: 9781921869594 1921869593
OCLC Number: 747857284
Language Note: In English and Japanese.
Description: 1 online resource
Responsibility: Amelia Fielden and Saeko Ogi.

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Two of Australia's most accomplished tanka artists collaborate in this bi-lingual (English / Japanese) collection. Saeko Ogi, whose primary language is Japanese but who is at home in English, and Amelia Fielden, whose primary language is English with wide experience in Japanese, write their tanka, in both languages, in response to those of the other. By linking ideas, suggestions and atmosphere, they give their tanka an interpersonal dimension and a cross-national flavour. The poems are sensitive, delicate and varied. This collection will be a source of enjoyment to the tanka aficionados.

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