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'36 Immortals of Poetry: Mirror of Ethics for Girls'

Kuniyoshi, 1842, Wood cut
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'36 Immortals of Poetry: Mirror of Ethics for Girls'
'36 Immortals of Poetry: Mirror of Ethics for Girls'
'36 Immortals of Poetry: Mirror of Ethics for Girls'
'36 Immortals of Poetry: Mirror of Ethics for Girls'
Library Item
321
'Thirty-six Immortals of Poetry: Mirror of Ethics for Girls' ('Donyo Kyokun Kagami')
A lady wearing a brown kimono almost loses her travelling hat in a gust of wind. The poem is by Sarumaru-dayu and the verse describes being lost in the mountains. The 'Thirty-six Immortals of Poetry' in the title of the series refers to 36 poets selected by nobleman Fujiwara no Kinto (996 - 1075) for a compilation of 'waka' poetry. [Kuniyoshi exhibition catalogue by T. Clark]
1842
37 x 25.5 cm.
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