Comparison of Japanese, Chinese and Western Poetry

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2/10/11 Chinese literature was introduced into Japan in the 6th century through Korea. Chinese literature, historical writings, religious scriptures and poetry laid the foundation for Japanese literature proper. Chinese literacy was als a sign of education and most high courtiers wrote poetry in Chinese.
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2/10/11 Japanese poetry Haiku ( a ) - Kireji ( J ): Cutting word - Kigo ( J ): Seasonal word Renga ( a ) - Hokku ( J ): Opening Waka ( a   )
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2/10/11 Haiku      p I Z ‚ ± ´ D       p I Z ‚ “ ± ´ D
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Unformatted text preview: p I Z & & D & & & 2/10/11 Waka W W 2/10/11 Chinese Poetry Shi ( l / l ) Ci ( l / l ) Qu ( l ) Fu ( l / l )-Five-character or seven-character 2/10/11 Chinese Poetry-Jueju W W * & & W * & & W * & & W * & & 2/10/11 Chinese Poetry-Lushi < v W > & & & &...
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This note was uploaded on 02/08/2011 for the course JAPANESE 451 taught by Professor Goto during the Fall '10 term at Rutgers.

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