地域評論 佐藤春夫「佐久の草笛」における佐久方言 [in Japanese] Saku no Kusabue by Sato Haruo and his use of dialect [in Japanese]
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At the end of World War II, Sato Haruo moved to Hirane-mura in Kitasaku-gun (now Saku-city) for safety. After a year of village life he edited a book of poems titled Saku no Kusabue with 60 numbers. About one-third of the poems were written using words from the local Saku dialect. This article shows which words were from the local dialect and how they were used.
- Bulletin of Shinshu Junior College
Bulletin of Shinshu Junior College 18, 75-71, 2006
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