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Click to edit Master subtitle style 2/10/11 History of Japanese Poetry
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2/10/11 Haiku Originated from Renga In 15th century, original form contained up to 100 verses Recently consists of 17 syllables, 3 lines, Syllable order 5,7,5
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2/10/11 Tanka Well known type of poety in Japan for about 1300 years Written after every special occasion or event 31 syllables, 5 lines, Syllable order 5,7,5,7,7
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2/10/11 Renga Two people creating one poem at the same time, becoming a popular past time and form of entertainment Contained up to 100 verses Verses contain 31 syllables, 5 lines each, Syllable order 5,7,5,7,7
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2/10/11 Waka Used to distinguish Japanese- language poetry from poetry written in Chinese and later from Renga Contained many forms such as Tanka, Choka, Sedoka, and Katauta Choka, Sedoka, Katauta fell out of use at beginning of Heian period
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2/10/11 Nara Period (710-794) Oldest written work in Japanese literature is the Kojiki,completed in 712, where Ota Yasumaro recorded Japanese myths, legends, and other
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