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|Title alternative ||:||Ryūkyū shika|
Ryūkyū poetry lessons
|Authors ||:||林, 世功 [ほか]|
|Authors alternative ||:||Lin, Shigong (J., Rin Seikō) [et al.]|
|Issue Date ||:||1874 |
|Type Local ||:||その他|
|Type (NII) ||:||Others|
This is a copy of Ryūkyū Shika, published in 1874. It consists of two chapters. It contains drafts of Chinese verses, made by Ryukyuan students who studied at Guozijian (the National School in China). The preface was written by Sun Yiyan from Rui'an in Zhejiang, and these verses were evaluated by the student adviser, Xu Gan (also known as Xiaowu). On the last page, there is a handwritten note saying that the book was handwritten by the friend Ashitomi Chōshō, and was given to Mr. Kubo by Kikō of Ryukyu.
|Rights ||:||University of Hawaii at Manoa (UHM)|
|Appears in Collections||:||Sakamaki/Hawley Collection|
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