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Cited Buson Hokku

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This section of the book Haikai Poet Yosa Buson and the Bashō Revival contains Yosa Buson's Hokku. Each line of the poem is cited in the corresponding page numbers of the book. The listings of each line are in alphabetical order from A to Y. The seventeenth and early eighteenth centuries in Japan saw a rise of a class of people who had the money, leisure, education, and ambition to aspire to participation in literary practice. It was an era of profound change that saw dramatic increases in the population of cities, improvements in transportation and communication, and for significant numbers of people, better education and more disposable income.

Keywords: Bashō Revival; Hokku; literary practice; Yosa Buson



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