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This appendix section of the book Haikai Poet Yosa Buson and the Bashō Revival contains a list of translations of Haikai free verse, the prose and the linked verse. The corresponding page numbers of the poems' occurrence in the book is also given. Then, the section provides the prose for the poems including prefaces for three poems. Finally, the section presents the linked verse sequence for the poem "Rape-flowers ". A key member of the Revival movement, Yosa Buson was at the center of early modern cultural development both chronologically and spatially.

Keywords: Haikai; Revival movement; Yosa Buson



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