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The Kiso RoadThe Life and Times of Shimazaki Toson$
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William E. Naff and J. Thomas Rimer

Print publication date: 2010

Print ISBN-13: 9780824832186

Published to Hawaii Scholarship Online: November 2016

DOI: 10.21313/hawaii/9780824832186.001.0001

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Escape to Sendai: 1896–1898

Escape to Sendai: 1896–1898

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(p.154) 5 Escape to Sendai: 1896–1898
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The Kiso Road
Author(s):

William E. Naff

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University of Hawai'i Press
DOI:10.21313/hawaii/9780824832186.003.0005

This chapter focuses on Shimazaki Tōson's time in Sendai during the period 1896–1898. It begins with a background on Sendai and its place in Japanese culture and proceeds by discussing Tōson's arrival in Sendai. It then considers Tōson's teaching duties at Tōhoku Gakuin, the death of his mother Shimazaki Nui, his reflections on the Kiso Road, and examples of his poetry, including Young Herbs, Hitohabune (Leaf Boat), and Natsugusa (Summer Grasses). It also recounts Tōson's resignation from Tōhoku Gakuin and his return to Tokyo in July 1897. Finally, it looks at Tōson's first piece of prose fiction, the novella “Utatane” (The Nap); the foldup of Bungakkai; and Tōson's travel to Fukushima.

Keywords:   poetry, Shimazaki Tōson, Sendai, Tōhoku Gakuin, Shimazaki Nui, Kiso Road, Young Herbs, Bungakkai, Natsugusa, Hitohabune

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