by Stephen Addiss
Pithy, evocative, and profound, haiku is one of the most popular forms of poetry in the world. Stephen Addiss, a professor and poet, presents the history of the form from foundational masters to contemporary practitioners, highlighting the often-overlooked haiku paintings known as haiga. This book will delight and inform any reader who loves poetry, Japanese history, or painting.
Hardcover, 338 pages.
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