Of long nights and pheasant tails (“Man’yōshū” 2802)

Tomasz Majtczak

Abstrakt

In the eleventh book of the “Man’yōshū” 萬葉集 (‘Collection of a myriad leaves’, after 771), the oldest extant anthology of Japanese poetry, under number 2802, there is included a poem of no certain authorship.

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