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Matsuo Basho, translated by Robert Bly, illustrated by Arthur Okamura

Published by Mudra, San Francisco (printed by Clifford Burke at Cranium Press, San Francisco) (1972)


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From: Book Orphanage (McCrae, VIC, Australia)

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About this Item: Mudra, San Francisco (printed by Clifford Burke at Cranium Press, San Francisco), 1972. softcover, 14" x 10" (37cms x 27cms, with card covers Matsuo Basho, recognised for his collaborative 'haikai no renga' form, was the most famous poet of Japan's Edo period. Today, he is internationally known as the master of brief and clear haiku. This publication contains fourteen examples of his skill, each accompanied with an appropriate Arthur Okamura lithographed drawing. Front cover has two small circular stains. Gift inscription to previous owner to title page. Book in GOOD condition unpaginated (36 pages). Seller Inventory # 42282

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