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1020 Haiku in Translation: The Heart of Basho, Buson and Issa features the most representative works of the three greatest haiku poets, Basho, Buson, and Issa.  While preserving the exact content, mood and flow of their original poems, each of the 1020 meticulously done haiku translations has been given a poetic English form. 

In addition to these painstakingly rendered haiku, elegant artwork and calligraphy appear throughout the book.  We have also included Notes, a One-Line Index (Romanized form), and a Pronunciation Guide.  

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                The Info-Exchange: A Communicative Guide to Natural English Conversation has nothing to do with haiku, but it has no home of its own, so it's here, just hangin' out.  Born in Japan, this text was designed  for language- arts classrooms for false-beginners to high- intermediate learners.    Click here for more information about The Info-Exchange and/or ordering.
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