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Issa Kobayashi (1763–1828)

Teoksen The Essential Haiku: Versions of Bashō, Buson, and Issa tekijä

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An important haiku poet of the Edo Period, Issa wrote in the style of Basho, but cultivated a particular simplicity of expression and emotion. His was a life of hardship filled with personal tragedies, and yet his writings reveal an unexpected streak of humor. His literary output, not large, is näytä lisää divided between collections of haiku and diaries based either on his travels throughout Japan or events in his family life. (Bowker Author Biography) näytä vähemmän
Erotteluhuomautus:

(eng) In this Japanese name, the family name is "Kobayashi".

Image credit: Muramatsu Shunpo, 1772-1858

Tekijän teokset

Today And Today (2007) 110 kappaletta
A Few Flies and I: Haiku. (1969) 48 kappaletta
Dumpling Field: Haiku Of Issa (1991) — Tekijä — 25 kappaletta
Inch by Inch: 45 Haiku by Issa (1999) 21 kappaletta
Cincuenta haikus (1997) 9 kappaletta
Haiku (1992) 7 kappaletta
Ten Poems by Issa (1992) 5 kappaletta
Mein Frühling. Haiku. (1983) 5 kappaletta
Os Animais (2019) 4 kappaletta
Haiku scelti (2008) 4 kappaletta
Dugdråbeverden : haiku (2006) 3 kappaletta
Een druppel plukken (2002) 3 kappaletta
Luz de otra vida (2020) 3 kappaletta
Mi nueva primavera (2015) 3 kappaletta
Sous le ciel de Shinano: haïku (1996) 2 kappaletta
Poesie (2004) 1 kappale
Mon année de printemps (2021) 1 kappale
Wilderness Wheel 1 kappale
Primeira neve (2002) 1 kappale
A Taste of Issa: Haiku (2019) 1 kappale
Můj Nový rok (2004) 1 kappale
Spurvedans og sneglegang (2019) 1 kappale
Dragonfly Haiku (2016) 1 kappale
En village de miséreux (1996) 1 kappale

Associated Works

Japanese Haiku (1955) — Avustaja — 201 kappaletta
The Four Seasons Japanese Haiku (1953) — Avustaja — 188 kappaletta
Ten Tales of Christmas (1972) — Avustaja — 153 kappaletta
Zen Haiku (2007) 23 kappaletta

Merkitty avainsanalla

Yleistieto

Kanoninen nimi
Kobayashi, Issa
Virallinen nimi
Kobayashi Nobuyuki
Muut nimet
Kobayashi Yataro
Kobayashi Issa
Syntymäaika
1763-06-15
Kuolinaika
1828-01-05
Sukupuoli
male
Kansalaisuus
Japan
Syntymäpaikka
Kashiwabara, Shinano province, Japan
Kuolinpaikka
Kashiwabara, Shinano province, Japan
Asuinpaikat
Kashiwabara, Shinano province, Japan
Ammatit
poet
Erotteluhuomautus
In this Japanese name, the family name is "Kobayashi".

Jäseniä

Kirja-arvosteluja

There are few Japanese Haiku I don't enjoy, whether I grasp them or feel them or not.
 
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mykl-s | 10 muuta kirja-arvostelua | Jun 11, 2023 |
Kobayashi Issa tuvo una vida intensa en emociones y sentimientos. Fue monje budista de la Escuela Amida, pero también se casó tres veces y fue padre de familia. Esta doble experiencia vital: monacal y mundana, sin duda lo dotó de una sensibilidad muy fina, una especial empatía con la naturaleza y los animales ùsobre todo, los más menudosù, y una captación intuitiva del sentimiento de aware, ese asombro casi infantil que constituye uno de los ingredientes más esenciales del haiku. Considerado uno de los cuatro grandes poetas de la tradición del haiku, Kobayashi Issa continúa siendo, casi doscientos años después de su muerte, uno de los poetas más queridos y leídos por los japoneses.… (lisätietoja)
 
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bibliotecayamaguchi | Dec 18, 2020 |
I took a class from Robert Haas during my undergrad. He was a vague teacher but his lectures were careful, rigorous, and were often delivered with a gentleness that made what would otherwise be burdensome topics graceful. So it is with this collection of Haiku by Buson, Basho, and Issa. Among the projects he set forth in the this edition, Haas wanted to show through contrast, how each master's personality and style comes through their work however restricted the form. The effect of reading this collection is that the differences become clear:

Issa's comical voice:

I'm going out,
Flies, so relax,
Make love.


Buson's imagery:

The spring sea rising
and falling, rising
and falling all day.


Basho's philosophical melancholy:

First day of spring-
I keep thinking about
the end of Autumn.


I highly recommend this collection for anyone interested in the Haiku form. Though there are some cultural and translational fault lines mapping the boundaries of this style of poetry the main ideas come through, often in unexpected ways: a flash of imagery or setting will set off a spontaneous feeling of sorrow or happiness, frustration or guilt.
… (lisätietoja)
 
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Adrian_Astur_Alvarez | 10 muuta kirja-arvostelua | Dec 3, 2019 |
I took a class from Robert Haas during my undergrad. He was a vague teacher but his lectures were careful, rigorous, and were often delivered with a gentleness that made what would otherwise be burdensome topics graceful. So it is with this collection of Haiku by Buson, Basho, and Issa. Among the projects he set forth in the this edition, Haas wanted to show through contrast, how each master's personality and style comes through their work however restricted the form. The effect of reading this collection is that the differences become clear:

Issa's comical voice:

I'm going out,
Flies, so relax,
Make love.


Buson's imagery:

The spring sea rising
and falling, rising
and falling all day.


Basho's philosophical melancholy:

First day of spring-
I keep thinking about
the end of Autumn.


I highly recommend this collection for anyone interested in the Haiku form. Though there are some cultural and translational fault lines mapping the boundaries of this style of poetry the main ideas come through, often in unexpected ways: a flash of imagery or setting will set off a spontaneous feeling of sorrow or happiness, frustration or guilt.
… (lisätietoja)
 
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Adrian_Astur_Alvarez | 10 muuta kirja-arvostelua | Dec 3, 2019 |

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