From R. H. Blyth to Richard Gilbert:
The Postmodern Turn from Essence

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Title

From R. H. Blyth to Richard Gilbert:
The Postmodern Turn from Essence

Subject

haiku, American
haiku--history and criticism
Haiku--Explication
Haiku, Japanese
Blyth, R.H.
Gilbert, Richard

Description

In this essay, William Ramsey contrasts two powerful critical approaches to haiku, those of Robert Blyth and Richard Gilbert, relating each to its time and place.

Creator

Ramsey, William M.

Source

http://www.roadrunnerjournal.com/pages93/Ways_In_Roadrunner_August_2009.pdf

Publisher

Roadrunner Haiku Journal
IX:3

Date

2009

Rights

All rights reserved. This essay is republished here with the kind permission of the author.

Format

application/pdf

Language

eng

Type

article