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Hieroglossia : A proposal

@inproceedings{Robert2006HieroglossiaA,
  title={Hieroglossia : A proposal},
  author={Jean-No{\"e}l Robert},
  year={2006}
}
The following essay is based on a lecture given at Waseda University in December, 2002. In it, the author, a former visiting scholar at the Nanzan Institute for Religion and Culture, and professor of Japanese Buddhism currently working on Japanese poetry on the Lotus Sutra, attempts a broad cultural framework for encompassing the relationship between Chinese-language scriptures and the Japanese paraphrases that were considered a religious practice by medieval monastic poets. 
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