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Books di Ryokan

Great Fool

Great Fool

Ryokan  Abe Ryuichi (TRN)  Haskel Peter (TRN)  Haskel Peter 
edizioni Univ of Hawaii Pr collana Univ of Hawaii Pr (Paperback) , 1996

Taigu Ryokan (1758-1831) remains one of the most popular figures in Japanese Buddhist history. Despite his religious and artistic sophistication (he excelled in scriptural studies, in calligraphy, and in poetry), Ryokan referred to himself as "Great Fool," refusing to place himself within any established religious...

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€ 28,10
Dewdrops on a Lotus Leaf

Dewdrops on a Lotus Leaf

Ryokan  Stevens John (TRN) 
edizioni Shambhala Pubns collana Shambhala Pubns (Paperback) , 2004

The Japanese poet-recluse Ryokan (1758?1831) is one of the most beloved figures of Asian literature, renowned for his beautiful verse, exquisite calligraphy, and eccentric character. Deceptively simple, Ryokan's poems transcend artifice, presenting spontaneous expressions of pure Zen spirit. Like his contemporary Thoreau,...

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€ 17,60
The Kanshi Poems of Taigu Ryokan

The Kanshi Poems of Taigu Ryokan

Ryokan Taigu  Huang Mei Hui Liu (TRN)  Smith Larry (TRN) 
edizioni Bottom Dog Pr collana Bottom Dog Pr (Paperback) , 2009

Poetry. Asian Studies. Translated by Larry Smith and Mei Hui Liu Huang. One hundred poems by Japan's great poet Taigu Ryokan (1758-1831) included in English, original Chinese, and in Japanese, translated by poets Mei Hui Liu Huang and Larry Smith. With an introduction, "Taigu Ryokan: Great Fool," by Larry Smith. "These...

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€ 13,90
Between the Floating Mist

Between the Floating Mist

Ryokan  Maloney Dennis (TRN)  Oshiro Hide (TRN) 
edizioni White Pine Pr collana White Pine Pr (Paperback) , 2009

“Just as Ryokan’s life is inseparable from his poetry, the translation’s clarity of diction is inseparable from the sensitive brushwork on each page. A book to be gazed into again and again.”—Charlotte Mandel, Small PressWhat shall remainas my legacy?The spring flowersthe cuckoo in summer,the autumn leaves.Ryokan (1758–1831)...

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€ 14,80
Ryokan

Ryokan

Ryokan  Watson Burton (TRN) 
edizioni Columbia Univ Pr collana Columbia Univ Pr (Paperback) , 1992

Ryokan (1758-1831), a Buddhist monk in the Zen sect, was a major figure in Tokugawa poetry. Though a Zen master, he never headed a temple but chose to live alone in simple huts and to support himself by begging. His poems are mainly a record of his daily activities--of chores, lonely snowbound winters, begging expeditions...

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€ 30,80