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Haiku The book that got me into haiku.I found this book after I reread Raise High the Roofbeam Carpenters a few years ago The narrator, Buddy, mentions the fact that one of the characters Seymour Glass enjoyed reading Japanese and Chinese poetry At that point in the text, there was a somewhat large footnote mentioning the fact that the if a person reading the short story novella were interested in learning about Asian poetry, they should look for X, Y, and Z.One of the books mentioned was Haiku, Volume 1 by Blyth It s a classic I won t say anything about it, be Am I glad I read it Yes Certainly an interesting read to see how haiku is described by an early aficionado. Published in papaerback by Hokuseido Press in Tokyo in 1981 first published in 1949 My favorite book is Volume 1 Eastern Culture, on the cultural history and form of poetry Extensive and scholarly, including many refereneces and connections to Western poetry, this is rich and immensely readable Blyth is a master of translation and interpretation I had to search long and hard for this and the three accompanying volumes Finally ordered it through Powell s Books in Portland A must for anyone who wants to understand about the beauty of Eastern thought.Simply trus Recognized as the authoritative anthology of Japanese haiku, in four volumes Presented in Japanese kana kanji, transliteration, and translation into English Also insightful comments by Professor Blyth Having lived in Japan most of his life, R.H Blyth was aware of subtle nuances of Japanese culture which are an integral part of the composition of each haiku poem, and that many occidentals would not be aware of.Rarely a day passes that I don t ope Best EPub, Haiku Author RH Blyth This Is Very Good And Becomes The Main Topic To Read, The Readers Are Very Takjup And Always Take Inspiration From The Contents Of The Book Haiku, Essay By RH Blyth Is Now On Our Website And You Can Download It By Register What Are You Waiting For Please Read And Make A Refission For You

About the Author: R.H. Blyth

Reginald Horace Blyth was an English author, interpreter, translator, devotee of Japanese culture and English Professor, having lived in Japan for eighteen years.

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