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Bashō and the Dao : the Zhuangzi and the transformation of Haikai

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Title: Bashō and the Dao : the Zhuangzi and the transformation of Haikai
Authors: Qiu, Peipei, 1954
Keywords: Zhuangzi
Matsuo, Bashō
Japanese poetry -- Taoist influences
Issue Date: c2005
Publisher: Honolulu : University of Hawai'i Press
Description: Includes bibliographical references (p. 225-237) and indexes.
Acknowledgement -- General Notes -- Introduction -- 1. Encountering the Zhuangzi -- The Teimon, the Mission of Poetry, and the Zhuangzi -- The Danrin, the Essence of Haikai, and the Zhuangzi -- The Nature of Haikai and the Zhuangzi -- 2. From Falsehood to Sincerity -- The Chinese Style and the Rise of the Shômon School -- True Ingeniousness Beyond Artifice -- Onitsura and His Makoto -- 3. Bashô's Fûkyô and the Spirit of Shôyôyû -- The Dialogic Context of the Eccentric Verse -- The Eccentric as Poetic and the Spirit of Shôyôyû -- Chinese Poetry and Bashô's Concept of Fûkyô -- Shôyôyû and the Haikai Traveler -- Zôka and the Landscape Reenvisioned -- The Aesthetic Landscape and Being One with the Dao -- 4. Bashô's Fûryû and Daoist Traits in Chinese Poetry -- Fûryû in Bashô's Works -- Fûryû in Ikkyû's Poetry -- The Wei-Jin Fengliu and the Spirit of Xiaoyaoyou -- Tao Qian and Returning to the Natural -- Bashô and the Wei-Jin Fengliu -- 5. Following Zôka and Returning to Zôka -- Zôka as a Poetic Principle -- Fueki, Ryûkô, and Fûga no makoto -- Ki, the Undifferentiated State of Mind, and the Zhuangzi -- Kyo, the Fasting of the Mind, and the Zhuangzi -- Awakening to the Lofty and Returning to the Common -- Lightness, Forgetting, and Naturalness Achieved -- Epilogue -- Notes -- Glossary -- Selected Bibliography -- Index
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xiv, 248 p. 24 cm
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ISBN:0824828453 (alk. paper)
Appears in Collections:UH Press Publications - Misc. Publications
UH Press Publications - Japan

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