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Basho And The Dao

The Zhuangzi And The Transformation Of Haikai

by Peipei Qiu

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Published by University of Hawaii Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Poetry & poets: 16th to 18th centuries,
  • Zhuangzi.,
  • Nanhua jing,
  • Japanese poetry,
  • Religion - World Religions,
  • Japanese,
  • Literary Criticism,
  • Taoist influences,
  • Taoism,
  • Edo period, 1600-1868,
  • Asian - Chinese,
  • 1644-1694,
  • Matsuo, Bashåo,,
  • Zhuangzi

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages248
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8161867M
    ISBN 100824828453
    ISBN 109780824828455

    About Basho Bio: Philosopher, filmmaker, writer and AI expert. Occupation: Head of AI for a large corporation. Interests: Watches, debate, cooking, computer-gaming, reading, writing, videoing, martial arts, air­soft, movies, diving, skiing (The list goes on — Basho is . Matsuo Basho's Poetic Spaces: Exploring Haikai Intersections. New York City: Palgrave Macmillan. pp. Peipei Qiu. Basho and the Dao: the Zhuangzi and the Transformation of Haikai. Honolulu, HI: University of Hawaii Press. pp. Haruo Shirane. Traces of Dreams: Landscape, Cultural Memory, and the Poetry of Basho. Stanford.

    The Tosa Nikki (Tosa Diary 土佐日記) is a poetic diary written anonymously by the tenth-century Japanese poet Ki no Tsurayuki. The text details a day journey in returning to Kyoto from Tosa province, where Tsurayuki had been the provincial prose account of the journey is punctuated by Japanese poems, purported to have been composed on the spot by the characters. Interview With Professor Peipei Qiu The Author of Bashô and the Dao an interview by Robert D. Wilson. RW: Professor Donald Keene, of Columbia University, had this to say about your new book, Bashô and the Dao: "She has been able to make a real contribution to our understanding of a major Chinese text, the Zhuangzi, in the formation of the ideals and practices of a major poetic genre.".

    The University of Hawaii Press has occasionally published haiku-related books, notably Heiwa, an anthology of peace-related haiku, in , and academic books such as Peipei Qiu’s Basho and the Dao: The Zhuangzi and the Transformation of Haikai, Lucien Stryk’s On Love and Barley: Haiku of Basho, and Stephen Addiss’s Haiga: Takebe Socho. Peipei Qiu, author of Chinese Comfort Women: Testimonies from Imperial Japan's Sex Slaves, on LibraryThing.


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✏Basho and the Dao Book Summary: Although haiku is well known throughout the world, few outside Japan are familiar with its precursor, haikai (comic linked verse).

Fewer still are aware of the role played by the Chinese Daoist classics in turning haikai into a respected literary art form. Buy Basho and the Dao: The Zhuangzi and the Transformation of Haikai by Peipei Qiu (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders.5/5(1).

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I purchased this book after an extended period of research on Basho for a piece I was writing. The chapter on Furyu and Daoist Traits in Chinese Poetry contains the following sentence about fifteenth century priest-poet Ikkyu Sojun, "Having denounced the contemporary values of the Zen communities, Ikkyu turned to poetry and a furyu aesthetic for spiritual sustenance."5/5(1).

The book consists of an introduction, 5 chapters, 32 pages of notes, explaining why very little work has been engaged in concerning Dao ism in Japan.

She sets out a number of key questions concerning the relationship (Basho) hut to Chinese poetics, the recluse tradition, and the spirit of carefree wandering in explicating and analyzing. Audio Books & Poetry Community Audio Computers, Technology and Science Music, Arts & Culture News & Public Affairs Non-English Audio Spirituality & Religion Librivox Free Audiobook Cribb on Cribb James Furness Podcast CMSTalk Podcasts How to Speak and Write Correctly by Joseph Devlin MIKE CURB COLLEGE OF ENTERTAINMENT AND MUSIC BUSINESS (CEMB.

BASHO AND THE DAO IX The third and final story I will relate about a Neo-Daoist’s display of fengliu (eccentricity) is my favorite. A couple of Confucians come to visit a Neo-Daoist and he graciously receives them—stark naked. Needless to say the.

BASHO AND THE DAO IV Qiu (Basho and the Dao) demonstrates how much the concept of fengliu (Jap. furyu ; English “eccentricity”?) played a role in the shaping of Basho’s poetry.

Being as she is most scholarly both the meaning of the term and its applicability to Basho’s work are very complicated considerations. Bash. and the Dao adds to an increasingly vibrant area of academic inquiry the complex literary and cultural relations between Japan and China in the early modern era.

Researchers and students of East Asian literature, philosophy, and cultural criticism will find this book a valuable contribution to cross-cultural literary studies and.

Bashō and the Dao examines the haikai poets' adaptation of Daoist classics, particularly the Zhuangzi, in the seventeenth century and the eventual transformation of haikai from frivolous verse to high poetry.

Transformational Humor in the Zhuangzi. The book is comprised of an introduction, seven chapters, acknowledgments, § This paper was presented at the Basho and the Dao: The Zhuangzi and.

Summary: "Basho and the Dao adds to an increasingly vibrant area of academic inquiry - the complex literary and cultural relations between Japan and China in the early modern era.

Basho stands today as Japan’s most renowned writer, and one of the most revered. Wherever Japanese literature, poetry or Zen are studied, his oeuvre carries weight. Every new student of haiku quickly learns that Basho was the greatest of the Old Japanese Masters.

Yet despite his stature, Basho’s complete haiku have not been collected into a single volume. Peipei Qiu is Louise Boyd Dale and Alfred Lichtenstein Chair Professor of Chinese and Japanese and Chair of the Department of Chinese and Japanese at Vassar College.

She is the author of Bashô.Basho and the Dao adds to an increasingly vibrant area of academic inquiry-the complex literary and cultural relations between Japan and China in the early modern era.At the time of Basho’s visit (), the Buddha was still without its head and cover.

Lessons from the Dao ― Lao Tzu, Tao Te Ching, Chapter The Tao never does anything, yet through it all things are done. If powerful men and women. could center themselves in it, the whole world would transform.

into its natural rhythms. People.