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  1. The Basho Name in History by, 2007-06-29
  2. Rediscovering Basho by Edited by Stephen Henry Gill and C. Andrew Gerstle, Stephen Henry Gill, et all 1999-06
  3. Basho The Chief Japanese Poet
  4. In der Papiertur Lochlein der ganze Himmelsstrom: Klassische Haikus von Basho, Buson, Issa und Shiki (Wayasbah publication) (German Edition)
  5. Poesie und Revolution im Werk Edward Bonds: Die Lyriker-Viten John Clares und Matsuo Bashos als Prolegomena einer sozialistischen Gattungsutopie (European ... language and literature) (German Edition) by Kurt Herget, 1992
  6. Zeami, Basho, Yeats, Pound;: A study in Japanese and English poetics (Studies in general and comparative literature) by Makoto Ueda, 1965
  7. Morning Mist: Through the Seasons With Matsuo Basho and Henry David Thoreau (Inklings) by Matsuo Basho, Henry David Thoreau, 1993-03
  8. Basho Poems by Keith Harrison, 1981-11
  9. One Man's Moon: Poems by Basho and Other Japanese Poets
  10. Full Moon Is Rising: Lost Haiku of Matsuo Basho (1644-1694 and Travel Haiku of Matsuo Bashio a New Rendering) by James David Andrews, Basho Matsuo, 1976-10
  11. The Monkey's straw raincoat and other poetry of the Basho school (Princeton library of Asian translations)
  12. 250 Very Questionable 'Haiku': (Wherein Basho somewhat may get bashed, and his Kigo may get horribly kicked) by Bruce H Hamilton, 2005-06-09
  13. Haiku Before Haiku: From the Renga Masters to Basho by Steven D. Carter, 2011-01-07
  14. Basho's Ghost by Sam Hamill, 1989-10

61. Basho — Blogs, Immagini, E Altro In Wordpress
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62. Literature: The Poetry Of Basho
Haiku, the famous short poetic form of Japan, reached its pinnacle in the works of the master Matsuo Bashô, who lived in the seventeenth century.
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Haiku Haiku remains a popular art form today.
Haiku Te wo uteba kodama ni akuru natsu no tsuki as I clap my hands
with the echoes, it begins to dawn -
the summer moon Haiku susuhaki wa ono ga tana tsuru daiku kana housecleaning day -
hanging a shelf at his own house
a carpenter Haiku hototogisu otakeyabu wo moru tsukiyo hototogisu (little cuckoo) -
through a vast bamboo forest
moonlight seeping Haiku kareeda ni karasu no tomarikeri aki no kure. on a bare branch
a crow has alighted
autumn evening. Haiku akebono ya shirauo shiroki koto issun in the twilight of dawn
a whitefish, with an inch
of whiteness. Haiku kirishigure Fuji wo minu hi zo omoshiroki in the misty rain Mount Fuji is veiled all day - how intriguing! Haiku taken from Makoto Ueda., (Stanford University Press, 1991) pp. 102, 314, 317, 374. Translations for Haiku 4 and 5 provided by Haruo Shirane, Professor of Japanese Literature, Columbia University.
1) Every haiku has to have a seasonal word. See if you can find the seasonal word in each haiku 2) What qualities make the haiku popular? What are its strengths? Limitations?

63. Basho
basho journeyed extensively, and composed his book of travels The Narrow Road to the Deep North in a mixture of poetic prose and haiku.
Basho , Matsuo
Poet, born in Ueno, Japan. Influenced by Zen Buddhism he became a master of the haiku and started his own school, but later retired to a hermitage. Basho journeyed extensively, and composed his book of travels 'The Narrow Road to the Deep North' in a mixture of poetic prose and haiku. Basho demanded that a haiku must contain both a perception pf some eternal truth and an element of contemporaneity.
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Chinese poet who wrote under the title 'Liao-chai chih-i' (Strange Stories from a Chinese Studio) 431 charming stories of the supernatural. P'u Sung-ling humanized supernatural spirits so that they became - for the first time in Chinese fiction - likeable. He also wrote the longest Chinese novel, 'Hsing shih yin yuan', describing the unhappy marriage of a shrew and her henpicked husband.
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Japanese poet and novelist, born in Osaka. Critics rank him as second only to Murasaki in all Japanese literature. He won fame for his lightening speed in haiku compositions, he is said to have turned out 23,500 haikus in a single day in 1684, or 16 per minute.

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65. Matsuo Basho - Penguin Classics Authors - Penguin Classics
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Matsuo Basho
Basho, the Japanese poet and diarist, was born in Iga-ueno near Kyoto in 1644. He spent his youth as companion to the son of the local lord, and with him he studied the writing of seventeen-syllable verse. In 1667 he moved to Edo (now Tokyo) where he continued to write verse. He eventually became a recluse, living on the outskirts of Edo in a hut. When he traveled he relied entirely on the hospitality of temples and fellow-poets. In his writings he was strongly influenced by the Zen sect of Buddhism. Send this page to a friend
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66. Artblog
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67. DWW: Haiku Spirit: Classic Haiku: Basho
Classic Haiku by basho. From the Journal Haiku Spirit.
Basho Spring rain
conveyed under the trees
in drops. A green willow,
dripping down into the mud,
at low tide. By the old temple,
peach blossoms;
a man treading rice. With every gust of wind,
the butterfly changes its place
on the willow. All the day long-
yet not long enough for the skylark,
singing, singing. The old pond: a frog jumps in,- the sound of water. Husking rice,  a child squints up  to view the moon.  Cedar umbrellas, off  to Mount Yoshimo for  the cherry blossoms. Octopus traps -  summer’s moonspun dreams,  soon ended.  Winter downpour -  even the monkey  needs a raincoat.  Year’s end, all  corners of this  floating world, swept. 

68. 2007 Aki Basho
2007 Aki basho. Data from the Sumo Mailing List. 2007 Aki basho Banzuke, 2007 Aki basho Rankings. Win/Loss Matrix. Juryo Matrix
2007 Aki Basho
Data from the Sumo Mailing List
2007 Aki Basho Banzuke 2007 Aki Basho Rankings Win/Loss Matrix Juryo Matrix
Rank Shikona Shikona Rank Yokozuna Asashoryu (0-0-15) Hakuho (13-2) Yokozuna Ozeki Chiyotaikai (9-6) Kotooshu (8-7) Ozeki Ozeki 2 Kaio (1-5-9) Kotomitsuki (10-5) Ozeki 2 Sekiwake Aminishiki (10-5) Asasekiryu (8-7) Sekiwake Komusubi Kisenosato (6-9) Ama (10-5) Komusubi
Maegashira 1 Tokitenku (6-9) Homasho (8-7) Maegashira 1 Maegashira 2 Tochinonada (4-11) Kakuryu (7-8) Maegashira 2 Maegashira 3 Hokutoriki (3-12) Kotoshogiku (10-5) Maegashira 3 Maegashira 4 Dejima (8-7) Wakanosato (5-10) Maegashira 4 Maegashira 5 Toyonoshima (8-7) Miyabiyama (9-6) Maegashira 5 Maegashira 6 Toyohibiki (7-8) Kaiho (4-11) Maegashira 6 Maegashira 7 Tamanoshima (8-7) Tokitsuumi (5-10) Maegashira 7 Maegashira 8 Takekaze (9-6) Tosanoumi (6-9) Maegashira 8 Maegashira 9 Roho (6-9) Takamisakari (8-7) Maegashira 9 Maegashira 10 Iwakiyama (4-11) Kasugao (10-5) Maegashira 10 Maegashira 11 Tamakasuga (8-7) Futeno (8-7) Maegashira 11 Maegashira 12 Kokkai (7-8) Kyokutenho (12-3) Maegashira 12 Maegashira 13 Ryuo (3-12) Tochiozan (7-8) Maegashira 13 Maegashira 14 Kitazakura (4-11) Goeido (11-4) Maegashira 14 Maegashira 15 Hakurozan (9-6) Yoshikaze (10-5) Maegashira 15 Maegashira 16 Kasuganishiki (7-8) Kakizoe (9-6) Maegashira 16
Juryo 1 Hochiyama (7-8) Wakanoho (10-5) Juryo 1 Juryo 2 Otsukasa (7-8) Wakakirin (9-6) Juryo 2 Juryo 3 Toyozakura (8-7) Hakuba (8-7) Juryo 3 Juryo 4 Ushiomaru (6-9) Tochinohana (8-7) Juryo 4 Juryo 5 Shunketsu (7-8) Satoyama (6-9) Juryo 5

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70. Magma Poetry 33 - Presiding Spirits: On The Train With Bill And Basho
The article, Presiding Spirits On the Train With Bill and basho , by Philip Gross from Magma 33, Winter 2005. Magma is a poetry magazine based in Britain.

71. St. John's DDC News: The Place To Go
basho Japanese fusion restaurant and lounge is an example of how the restaurant scene Tak Ishiwata, the owner of basho (which means place in Japanese),

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The Place to Go January 13, 2006
With inspiration from world famous chef, downtown dining just got a little more cosmopolitan Basho Japanese fusion restaurant and lounge is an example of how the restaurant scene in St. John’s is growing and diversifying. With food inspired by world famous chef Nobu Matsuhisa (renowned for creating simple fusions of Japanese cuisine, inspired by ethnic influences), a modern, genuine Japanese décor and the option of experiencing fine dining or a casual lounge setting complete with contemporary music, Basho would be equally at home in Tokyo, New York or London. Tak Ishiwata, the owner of Basho (which means place in Japanese), was born and raised in Newfoundland and Labrador after his parents moved from Tokyo just over 30 years ago. Just as his restaurant changes the face of downtown St. John’s dining when it opened its doors on Duckworth Street in mid-December, Ishiwata was also challenged with the changing face of what was once Nageira’s restaurant (downstairs) and Finnegan’s Wake pub (upstairs). “It was hard to envision because the inside interior décor had an old-style Irish tavern sort of look to it and it looked very cramped and small,” Ishiwata tells The Independent, “but once we put my concept in the place it looked; it’s almost too big right now. I mean it seats 100 people.”

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74. Matsuo Bashō - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
Matsuo Bash ( , Matsuo Bash ? 1644 – 28 November 1694) was the most famous poet of the Edo period in Japan. During his lifetime, Bash was renownedō
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A statue of Bashō in Hiraizumi, Iwate Matsuo Bashō Matsuo Bashō 28 November was the most famous poet of the Edo period in Japan . During his lifetime, Bashō was renowned for his works in the collaborative haikai no renga form; today, he is recognized as a master of brief and clear haiku
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Bashō's supposed birthplace in Iga Province Bashō was born Matsuo Kinsaku Matsuo Kinsaku in roughly 1644, somewhere near Ueno in Iga Province . His father may have been a low-ranking samurai, which would have promised Bashō a career in the military but not much chance of a notable life. However, in his childhood Bashō became a servant to Tōdō Yoshitada Tōdō Yoshitada , who shared with Bashō a love for haikai , a sort of cooperative poetry composition. The sequences were opened with a verse in the 5-7-5 mora format; this verse was named a hokku , and would later be renamed haiku when presented as standalone works. The

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