Author: Judith R. Rabinovitch et al., editors.
Cornell East Asia Series #125. 304 pages. The composition of Chinese poetry (kanshi) in the Japanese court dates to the mid-seventh century, emerging as one of the preeminent poetic genres employed by aristocrats, scholar-officials, and priests. This anthology comprises some 300 kanshi by 80 poets.
Illustrated hardcover. A new book. 9 by 6 inches.