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The ten foot square hut and Tales of the Heike; being two thirteenth century Japanese classics, "The Hojoki" and selections from "The Heike monogatari." by ChЕЌmei Kamo

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Published by Greenwood Press in Westport, Conn .
Written in English

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  • Japan

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  • Japan -- Social life and customs -- Fiction

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Edition Notes

Other titlesHeike monogatari., Tales of the Heike.
StatementTranslated by A. L. Sadler.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsPL791.2 .H6E5 1970
The Physical Object
Paginationxii, 271 p.
Number of Pages271
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL5755090M
ISBN 100837131146
LC Control Number71098844

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The "Ten Foot Square Hut" is also known as the Hojoki, which is written by an individual who, disappointed by the world, has retired to live out his life in a reclusive mountain setting, and writes about his feelings and observations in 21 pages.5/5(2).   The "Ten Foot Square Hut" is also known as the Hojoki, which is written by an individual who, disappointed by the world, has retired to live out his life in a reclusive mountain setting, and writes about his feelings and observations in 21 pages.5/5(1).   In this volume, two acclaimed thirteenth-century classics, The Ten Foot Square Hut and Tales of the Heike, are presented in translation. The Ten Foot Square Hut (the Hojoki) takes its title from a four and half mat sized Tearoom, the size of the hut in which the hero of the story, Chomei, lives. It offers the memorable reflections of this sensitive aristocrat who has retired from a world filled with Brand: Tuttle Publishing. Ten Foot Square Hut and Tales of the Heike 作者: Chomei Kamo / A. L. Sadler 出版社: Tuttle Publishing 副标题: Being Two Thirteenth-Century Japanese Classics, the "Hojoki" and Selections from the "Heike Monogatari" (Tut Books.

  The Ten Foot Square Hut When I began reading, “The Ten Foot Square Hut” I thought it was an interesting examination of how temporary life is. Chomei takes a lot of time at the beginning establishing the loss of houses, and life, to natural disasters. THE HOJOKI (MY TEN-FOOT HUT) [1] Though the river's current never fails, the water passing, moment by moment, is never the same. Where the current pools, bubbles form on the surface, bursting and disappearing as others rise to replace them, none lasting long. In this world, people and their dwelling places are like that, always changing. The Ten Foot Hut. Contemplation of Scenery. Poetry and Music. Enjoying Simple Company. Unwearying Beauty. A House for My Own Needs. Rely On Your Own Feet. Achieving a Mind at Rest. Source. Introduction. Kamo no Chomei () was born into a family of Shinto priests in Kyoto, Japan, and began his career as a poet at the imperial court. The Ten Foot Square Hut. 2 likes. Book. This Page is automatically generated based on what Facebook users are interested in, and not affiliated with or endorsed by anyone associated with the topic.

An Account of My Hut (the title is sometimes translated as The Ten Foot Square Hut) relates the musings of a Buddhist who renounces the world to live An Account of My Hut, poetic diary by Kamo Chōmei, written in Japanese in as Hōjōki. The ten foot square hut and Tales of the Heike. [Chōmei Kamo; A L Sadler] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Contacts Search for a Library. Create Book\/a>, schema:CreativeWork\/a> ; \u00A0\u00A0\u00A0\n bgn. Ramblings from a Ten Foot Square Hut: Reflections After 50 Years in the Martial Arts [Clarke, Christopher M.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Ramblings from a Ten Foot Square Hut: Reflections After 50 Years in the Martial Arts/5(12). Ramblings from a Ten Foot Square Hut (great new bunkai book!) In the interests of full disclosure: The author was kind enough to send me a copy of this book. I have, however, never communicated with the author at the time of writing this. I’ve never met Christopher Clarke and I was sent a copy because my own work is critiqued in the book.