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Chiyo-ni: Woman Haiku Master Paperback – September 15, 1998
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Top Customer Reviews
Ishibashi's research and Donegan's excellent sense of the English needed for the translations, plus the many rich extras in this carefully designed and organized book (full kasen by Chiyo-ni and colleagues, excellent intro, etc.) all combine to make this a must-have for any serious student of haiku. Goes a long way toward redressing the unwarranted bad rap laid on Japanese women haiku poets.
Notes by William J. Higginson (The Haiku Handbook, The Haiku Seasons, Haiku World, etc.)
with beautiful translations of her haiku as well as intelligent background material on the form itself. A must-have.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
And she cried when she got it. I only leafed through it before I gave it to her, but the parts I read were wonderful.Published on February 10, 2013 by Ann R. Hipson
This book is a great resource for beginning Japanese students.
English : Romanji : Kanji with Hiragana alongside.
Beautifully written haiku. Read more
If you'd given me a sheaf of Chiyo-ni's haiku before I read this book, I might have had a "so what?" moment rather than a "haiku moment. Read morePublished on April 19, 2008 by Ellen Etc.