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In 1777 Yosa Buson's Yahanraku ("the joys of Yahan") appeared: a collection of Haikai and Chinese poems which, despite their small size, were of importance for the further development of this genre. Buson's search for meaning was to "turn away" from the ordinary (rizoku). What is special about everyday life should be traced in both painting and poetry.

Des Höllenkönigs Mund

SKU: 978-3-943117-93-6
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  • Author: Yosa Buson
    German translation: A. Gerhard
    Graphic design and layout: ElgA
    Format: 13x10cm,
    Hardcover, printed in color, 30 pages
    First edition: February 2017
    ISBN: 978-3-943117-93-6

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