8 edition of Narrow Road to the Interior found in the catalog.
November 14, 2006
Written in English
Shambhala Centaur Editions
|Contributions||Stephen Addiss (Illustrator), Sam Hamill (Translator)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||136|
Narrow Road to the Interior | Here is the most complete single-volume collection of the writings of one of the great luminaries of Asian literature. Basho ()--who elevated the haiku to an art form of utter simplicity and intense spiritual beauty--is best known in the West as the author of Narrow Road to the Interior, a travel diary of linked prose and haiku that recounts his journey Brand: Shambhala. Description of the book "A Narrow Road to the Interior": This is a single-volume collection of writings by Matsuo Basho (), including a travel diary and over haiku, an art form he raised to a level of simplicity and spiritual beauty. The book includes an introduction to Basho's life and work and an essay on the art of haiku.
Japanese poetry is well-known for its clarity and concision, and Narrow Road to the Interior and H?j?ki are two of the best-loved, and most intensely Japanese, works of their kind; famous for their beautiful, delicate verse and subtle insight into the human condition. It has been said of Narrow Road that 'it was as if the very soul of Japan had itself written it'. It takes the form of a travel. Narrow Road, Tampa, Florida. likes. A place for those with a passion for Art in all forms. Poetry, Abstract Art, Music, Philosophy, Photography5/5(1).
Narrow road to the Interior Matsuo Basho () Translated by Sam Hamill Shambhala Press Reviewed by Ray Zimmerman “Every day is a journey, and the journey itself is home.” Although this book will certainly achieve acclaim by scholars of literature and Japanese culture, I endorse it for the sheer beauty of the poetry and loveliness of the : Ray Zimmerman. Narrow Road to the Interior and other writings by Matsuo Basho translated by Sam Hamill This is the most complete collection of Basho's writings translated into English available in a single volume. Aficionados of Japanese culture keen on exploring the haiku literature would be hard-pressed to find a better book to start with/5(42).
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The Narrow Road to the Interior provides a beautiful journey of an influential Japanese poet, Matsuo Basho and his companion. Along his journey, he visits all the sights he has read about in prose and poetry by other Influential Japanese writers, paying homage to them by writing poetry at the same spots and often naming them in the /5.
The Narrow Road to the Interior is a lush and stunning meeting of traditional and new, both in form (borrowing older Japanese poem forms like tanka and zuihitsu and bringing the styling of the modern prose poem to their framework) and content (the poems could not be accused of Narrow Road to the Interior book anything other than grounded in the present, but still carry echoes of the groundbreaking first female Japanese /5.
Oku no Hosomichi (奥の細道, originally おくのほそ道, meaning "Narrow road to/of the interior"), translated alternately as The Narrow Road to the Deep North and The Narrow Road to the Interior, is a major work of haibun by the Japanese poet Matsuo Bashō, considered one of the major texts of Japanese literature of the Edo period.
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The Narrow Road to the Interior/5(5). Basho is famous as a composer of haiku. Some even suggest he invented the form, though he did not. One of his most famous works is Oku No Hosomichi (trans. as The Narrow Road to the Interior).
This work is considered one of the masterpieces of classical Japanese literature. In form, the work is an haibun, a mixture of prose and haiku. It is an impressionistic journal of a journey Basho made. A beautiful translation of one of the most-loved classics of Japanese literature.
Bashō (–)—a great luminary of Asian literature who elevated the haiku to an art form of utter simplicity and intense spiritual beauty—is renowned in the West as the author of Narrow Road to the Interior, a travel diary of linked prose and haiku recounting his journey through the far northern /5(46).
A beautiful translation of one of the most-loved classics of Japanese literature. Bashō (–)—a great luminary of Asian literature who elevated the haiku to an art form of utter simplicity and intense spiritual beauty—is renowned in the West as the author of Narrow Road to the Interior, a travel diary of linked prose and haiku recounting his journey through the far northern.
About Narrow Road to the Interior. Here is the most complete single-volume collection of the writings of one of the great luminaries of Asian literature. Basho (–)—who elevated the haiku to an art form of utter simplicity and intense spiritual beauty—is best known in the West as the author of Narrow Road to the Interior, a travel diary of linked prose and haiku that recounts his.
Summary: The Narrow Road of the Interior. Posted on Octo by jwdeering. Matsuo Basho constructed this poem as if it were one large travel diary from a journey.
Apparently this poem is based off of the time he traveled by foot across Japan around the year Basho allegedly wrote this while he was on his journey. The travel journal "Narrow Road to the Interior" is perhaps his best-known work in the West, although I have a personal fondness for another of his journals titled "The Knapsack Notebook." The Shambhala edition includes all four travel journals as well as an extensive selection of haiku.
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Richard Flanagan’s novel The Narrow Road to the Deep North won the Man Booker Prize for fiction. It is an examination of the consequences of war, regret, loneliness, adultery, and love. The book unfolds through brief chapters that span five parts and multiple decades.
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With an overview of the haiku. The Narrow Road to the Deep North spans decades of the life of Dorrigo Evans and the people he encounters over the course of his adult life. Dorrigo becomes engaged to a very correct young woman named Ella Lansburg one evening, without really intending to make the proposal.
The spirits of the road beckoned me, and I could not concentrate on anything. So I patched up my trousers, put new cords in my straw hat, and strengthened my knees with moxa.
My main activity will be to walk a segment of poet Matsuo Bashō’s journey along the “Narrow Road to the Deep North,” or “Narrow Road to the Interior,” as different translations call it, in northern Honshu. InBashō, a poet now known primarily as the master of the haiku/hokku form, walked nearly 1, miles in what was then.Buy A Narrow Road to the Interior (Shambhala Classics) New edition by Basho Matsuo, Matsuo Basho (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.
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