Idly Scribbling Rhymers
Poetry, Print, And Community In Nineteenth-Century Japan
de Professor Robert Tuck
Sobre o livro
Robert Tuck offers a groundbreaking study of the connections among traditional poetic genres, print media, and visions of national community in late nineteenth-century Japan. Structured around the work of Masaoka Shiki, Idly Scribbling Rhymers reveals poetry's surprising yet fundamental role in emerging forms of media and national consciousness.