One of Japan’s most important modern poets, Tada Chimako (1930-2003) gained prominence in her native country for her sensual, frequently surreal poetry and fantastic imagery. This title presents a selection from Tada’s extraordinary oeuvre, including nontraditional free verse, poems in the traditional forms of tanka and haiku, and prose poems.
|notes:||Contents: From Fireworks (1956), From The gladiator’s arena (1960), From Universe of the rose (1964), From The town of mirrors, or forest of eyes (1968), From A false record of ages (1971), From The four-faced path (1975), From A spray of water : Tanka (1975), From Lotophagi (1980), From Ceremonial fire (1986), From Along the riverbank (1998), From The land of the Long River (2000), From A souvenir of wind : Haiku (2003), From Upon breaking the seal (2004), From Person of the playful star : Tanka (2005).|
|publisher:||University of California Press|
|publication place:||Berkeley, CA|
|english publication date:||2010|
|description:||xi, 163 p. ; 24 cm.|