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Other notable works include the incomplete Christherre-Chronik, a 13th-century world chronicle from Thüringen, the lyric poem Der Busant, and the works of Heinrich Frauenlob. Thus after the Aryan culture, the third change in culture was brought about by the Buddhist culture. The literature written during the medieval period of Japan is very different from literature written during earlier time periods, and the differences show the changes and innovations that took place during the medieval period, and thus reflects important aspects of Japanese medieval society.... [tags: Changes, Innovations, Poetry, Prose] Japanese Literature during the Medieval Period - During the Medieval period (1185–1603) in Japan there was change and innovation in Japanese literature. “Waka composition practices change as Japanese society does” (Huey 652).

Pages: 408

Publisher: Liverpool University Press (January 1, 1986)

ISBN: 085989228X

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