The Development of French Haiku in the First Half of the 20th Century: Historical Perspectives
Haiku, French--20th century
Haiku, French--history and criticism
Bernard Agostini reviews the history of French interest in haiku from its rise in late 19C to its wain during and after WWII. Among the poets discussed: Jules Renard; Paul-Louis Couchard; Albert de Neuville; Michel Revon; Gilbert de Voisins; Julian Vocance; George Sabiron; Jean Breton; Paul Eluard; Rene Maublanc; Rene Druart; Francis Jammes; and Paul Claudel.
Modern Haiku, 32.2
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