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Kavya: Prospects for a Comparative Poetics

Kavya: Prospects for a Comparative Poetics • • Alexander Key Kavya: Prospects for a Comparative Poetics Kitabkhana 1 63 Shang Wei. “Writing and Speech: Rethinking the Issue isterial survey like this, in English, if not to enable of Vernaculars in Early Modern China.” In Rethink- conversation with scholars who are not special- ing East Asian Languages, Vernaculars, and Literacies, ists in Sanskrit? Conversely, why read 781 pages of 10 0 0 – 19 19, edited by Benjamin Elman, 254 – 301. this breadth and depth in English, if one already Leiden: E. J. Brill, 2014. knows the poetry and is deeply familiar with the Shirane, Haruo. Japan and the Culture of the Four Seasons: tradition? Might scholars of Sanskrit only dip into Nature, Literature, and the Arts. New York: Columbia Innovations and Turning Points for reference, or use University Press, 2012. it for teaching, or read it in its entirety for a review? ——— . “The Rise of Haikai.” In The Cambridge History of These are exaggerated questions, but I am keen to Japanese Literature, edited by Haruo Shirane, Tomi stress that I think this book creates the potential Suzuki, and David Lurie, 403 – 14. Cambridge: Cam- for a comparative conversation between scholars of http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Comparative Studies of South Asia, Africa and the Middle East Duke University Press

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• • Alexander Key Kavya: Prospects for a Comparative Poetics Kitabkhana 1 63 Shang Wei. “Writing and Speech: Rethinking the Issue isterial survey like this, in English, if not to enable of Vernaculars in Early Modern China.” In Rethink- conversation with scholars who are not special- ing East Asian Languages, Vernaculars, and Literacies, ists in Sanskrit? Conversely, why read 781 pages of 10 0 0 – 19 19, edited by Benjamin Elman, 254 – 301. this breadth and depth in English, if one already Leiden: E. J. Brill, 2014. knows the poetry and is deeply familiar with the Shirane, Haruo. Japan and the Culture of the Four Seasons: tradition? Might scholars of Sanskrit only dip into Nature, Literature, and the Arts. New York: Columbia Innovations and Turning Points for reference, or use University Press, 2012. it for teaching, or read it in its entirety for a review? ——— . “The Rise of Haikai.” In The Cambridge History of These are exaggerated questions, but I am keen to Japanese Literature, edited by Haruo Shirane, Tomi stress that I think this book creates the potential Suzuki, and David Lurie, 403 – 14. Cambridge: Cam- for a comparative conversation between scholars of

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Comparative Studies of South Asia, Africa and the Middle EastDuke University Press

Published: May 1, 2018

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