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About the Author: Ki no Tsurayuki

Ki no Tsurayuki , 872 June 30, 945 was a Japanese author, poet and courtier of the Heian period He is best known as the principal compiler of the Kokin Wakashand as a possible author of the Tosa Diary, although this was published anonymously.Tsurayuki was a son of Ki no Mochiyuki In the 890s he became a poet of waka, short poems composed in Japanese In 905, under the order of Emperor Daigo, he was one of four poets selected to compile the Kokin Wakash , the first imperially sponsored anthology chokusen shof waka poetry.After holding a few offices in Kyoto, he was appointed the provincial governor of Tosa province and stayed there from 930 until 935 Later he was presumably appointed the provincial governor of Suo province, since it was recorded that he held a waka party Utaai at his home in Suo.He is well known for his waka and is counted as one of the Thirty six Poetry Immortals selected by Fujiwara no Kint He was also known as one of the editors of the Kokin WakashTsurayuki wrote one of two prefaces to Kokin Wakashthe other is in Chinese His preface was the first critical essay on waka He wrote of its history from its mythological origin to his contemporary waka, which he grouped into genres, referred to some major poets and gave a bit of harsh criticism to his predecessors like Ariwara no Narihira.His waka is included in one of the important Japanese poetry anthologies, the Hyakunin Isshu, which was compiled in the 13th century by Fujiwara no Teika, long after Tsurayuki s death.Besides the Kokin Wakashand its preface, Tsurayuki s major literary work was the Tosa Nikki Tosa Diary , which was written using kana The text details a trip in 935 returning to Kyoto from Tosa province, where Tsurayuki had been the provincial governor.Tsurayuki s name is referred to in the Tale of Genjias a waka master In this story, Emperor Uda ordered him and a number of female poets to write waka on his panels as accessories from Wikipedia


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