Pictures of the Heart: The Hyakunin Isshu in Word and Image

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University of Hawaii Press, 1996 - 522
The Hyakunin Isshu, or One Hundred Poets, One Poem Each collection, is a sequence of one hundred Japanese poems in the tanka form, selected by the famous poet and scholar Fujiwara no Teika (1162-1241) and arranged, in part, to represent the history of Japanese poetry from the seventh century down to Teika's own day. The anthology is, without doubt, the most popular and widely known collection of poetry in Japan - a distinction it has maintained for hundreds of years. In this study, Joshua Mostow challenges the idea of a final or authoritative reading of the Hyakunin Isshu and presents a refreshing, persuasive case for a reception history of this seminal work.
In addition to providing a new translation of this classic text and biographical information on each poet, Mostow examines issues relating to text and image that are central to the Japanese arts from the Heian into the early modern period. By using Edo-period woodblock illustrations as pictorializations of the poems - as "pictures of the heart," or meaning, of the poems - text and image are pieced together in a holistic approach that will stand as a model for further research in the interrelationship between Japanese visual and verbal art.
 

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A Poetics of Interpretation
1
PART
8
Historical Context
23
Waka in Translation
58
The PoemPicture Tradition
87
Pictorialization as Reception
123
PART
136
Semimaru
171
Lord Fujiwara no Michinobu
296
The Mother of Major Captain of the Right Michitsuna
298
The Mother of the Supernumerary Grand Minister
301
Major Counselor Kinto
304
Izumi Shikibu
307
Murasaki Shikibu
310
Daini no Sanmi
313
Akazome Emon
316

Archbishop Henjo
178
Retired Emperor Yozei
181
The Riverbank Minister of the Left Minamoto no Toru
184
Emperor Koko
187
Middle Counselor Yukihira
190
Lord Ariwara no Narihira
192
Lord Fujiwara no Toshiyuki
195
Ise
198
Prince Motoyoshi
201
Master of the Law Sosei
204
Funya no Yasuhide
207
OenoChisato
210
Kanke Sugawara no Michizane
213
The Third Ward Minister of the Right Minamoto no Sadakata
217
Lord Teishin Fujiwara no Tadahira
220
Middle Counselor Kanesuke
223
Lord Minamoto no Muneyuki
226
Oshikochi no Mitsune
229
Mibu no Tadamine
232
Sakanoue no Korenori
235
Harumichi no Tsuraki
238
KinoTomonori
240
Fujiwara no Okikaze
243
Ki no Tsurayuki
246
Kiyohara no Fukayabu
249
Funya no Asayasu
252
Ukon
255
Consultant Hitoshi
258
Taira no Kanemori
260
Mibu no Tadami
263
Kiyohara no Motosuke
266
Supernumerary Middle Counselor Atsutada
269
Middle Counselor Asatada
272
Lord Kentoku Fujiwara no Koremasa
275
Sone no Yoshitada
278
Master of the Law Li
281
Minamoto no Shigeyuki
284
Onakatomi no Yoshinobu
287
Fujiwara no Yoshitaka
290
Lord Fujiwara no Sanekata
293
Handmaid KoShikibu
319
IsenoTayu
322
Sei Shonagon
325
Master of the Western Capital Michimasa
328
Supernumerary Middle Counselor Sadayori
331
Sagami
334
Major Archbishop Gyoson
337
The Suo Handmaid
340
Retired Emperor Sanjo
343
Master of the Law Noin
346
Master of the Law Ryozen
349
Major Counselor Tsunenobu
351
Kii of Princess Yoshis Household
354
Supernumerary Middle Counselor Masafusa
357
Lord Minamoto no Toshiyori
360
Fujiwara no Mototoshi
363
Former Prime Minister and Chancellor the Hosshqji Buddhist Novice Fujiwara no Tadamichi
366
Retired Emperor Sutoku
369
Minamoto no Kanemasa
372
Master of the Western Capital Akisuke
375
Horikawa of the Taikenmon In
378
The Later Tokudaiji Minister of the Left Fujiwara no Sanesada
381
Master of the Law Doin
383
Master of the Grand Empress Palace Shunzei
386
Lord Fujiwara no Kiyosuke
389
Master of the Law Shune
392
Master of the Law Saigyo
395
SanukiofNijoIn
412
Consultant Masatsune
418
The Former Chancellor and Lay Novice Fujiwara no Kintsune
424
Ietaka of the Junior Second Rank
430
Retired Emperor Juntoku
437
A Imperial Anthologies and Exemplary Collections
443
notes
449
character clossary
475
bibliography
487
picture credits
499
subject index
511
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Joshua S. Mostow is assistant professor in the Department of Asian Studies, University of British Columbia.

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