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Tanka tree rings : tanka & artwork = Tanka no nenrin / an'ya ; translations Saeko Ogi
Tanka tree rings : tanka & artwork = 短歌のねんりん / an'ya ; translations Saeko Ogi
Bib ID 6815739
Format BookBook [text, still image, volume]
Author
an'ya, author
 
Description Westfir, Oregon : Fea Press, [2014] 
©2014 
56 unnumbered pages : color illustrations ; 22 x 28 cm 
ISBN 0972713050
Notes

Printed on one side only.

In English and Japanese.

Binding

Hand-bound with red threads. Bamboo piece inserted in spine. 

Subjects Waka, American.
Other authors/contributors Ogi, Saeko, 1931- translator
小城小枝子, 1931- translator
Also Titled

Tanka no nenrin

短歌のねんりん

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