is an anthology of 100 waka
poems by 100 different poets; it was assembled by Fujiwara no Teika (1162–1241; also known as Sadaie Fujiwara).
The titles are the names of each poet, followed by the Japanese poem in rōmaji transliteration, then the English translation. The poems include a variety of classics from the Heian and early Kamakura periods.
Hyakunin-isshu (Single songs of a hundred poets) and Nori no hatsu-ne (The dominant note of the law),
edited by Sadaie Fujiwara, translated into English by Clay MacCauley. Published in Yokohama, Shanghai by Kelly and Walsh, Ltd. 1917. OCLC 10905811
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