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One Hundred Bridges, One Hundred Traditions in Haiku

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Title

One Hundred Bridges, One Hundred Traditions in Haiku

Subject

Haiku, International
Traditions in haiku

Description

"This essay delineates significant differences between English language, especially American, haiku and haiku made by poets in other languages and cultures. We also offer some suggestions as to why foreign language haiku often seem to us so ... well ... foreign." --from the author's Introduction.

This essay describes how haiku in Hispanic American countries, in France, in Russia and in Brazil followed significantly different paths of development than did haiku in North America.

Creator

Trumbull, Charles

Publisher

Earlier versions of this paper were read at the Haiku North America Conference, Winston-Salem, N.C., Aug. 18, 2007, and serialized in Modern Haiku 41.2 (summer 2010)–42.1 (winter–spring 2011).

This version is a slight revision of the two-part essay published in Modern Haiku.

Date

2014

Rights

All rights reserved.

This essay appears here with the permission of the author.