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Masaoka, Shiki, 1867-1902

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    • Shiki, 1867-1902
    • Dassai Shooku Shujin, 1867-1902
    • Upasaka Shiki, 1867-1902
    • Cheng-kang, Tzu-kuei, 1867-1902
    • Masaokʻa, Sikʻi, 1867-1902
    • 正岡子規, 1867-1902
    • 正冈子规, 1867-1902
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    • Birth Date

        (edtf) 1867
    • Death Date

        (edtf) 1902
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    • found: Jōkō, H. Bannen no Bashō, 1979 (subj.)p. 85 (Shiki)
    • found: His Cheng-kang Tzu-kuei pʻai chü hsüan i, 1985.
    • found: Masaoka Shiki ŭi siga wa hoehwa, 1995:t.p. (Masaoka Shiki [jpn r.]) pref. (Masaokʻa Sikʻi [kor. r.])
    • found: Wikipedia, 06-08-2018:(Masaoka Shiki (正岡 子規), October 14, 1867-September 19, 1902), pen-name of Masaoka Noboru (正岡 升), was a Japanese poet, author, and literary critic in Meiji period Japan. Shiki is regarded as a major figure in the development of modern haiku poetry'; he also wrote on reform of tanka poetry; some consider Shiki to be one of the four great haiku masters, the others being Matsuo Bashō, Yosa Buson, and Kobayashi Issa; Shiki may be credited with salvaging traditional short-form Japanese poetry and carving out a niche for it in the modern Meiji period.[36] While he advocated reform of haiku, this reform was based on the idea that haiku was a legitimate literary genre; he argued that haiku should be judged by the same yardstick that is used when measuring the value of other forms of literature, something that was contrary to views held by prior poets; he firmly placed haiku in the category of literature, and this was unique)
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    • PL811.A83
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    • 1980-09-30: new
    • 2018-06-08: revised
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