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This front matter section of the book Haikai Poet Yosa Buson and the Bashō Revival contains the table of contents, list of illustrations, and acknowledgments. Yosa Buson's reputation as a haikai poet underwent several reversals in the century following his death. During the last years of the eighteenth century and through most of the nineteenth, Buson was better known as a painter than as a haikai poet. His verse was largely ignored in the last years of the Tokugawa period, despite the fact that the number of haikai practitioners continued to grow.

Keywords: haikai poet; Tokugawa period; Yosa Buson



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