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The Haiku Apprentice: Memoirs of Writing Poetry in Japan - Abigail Friedman
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The problem came to a head one day as I was driving through Tokyo. While waiting for the light to change, I saw the following public service announcement on the side of a bus: Omoiyari hitonikurumani konomachini(Sympathy / toward people, toward cars / toward this town). Seventeen syllables. Five-seven-five format. It must be a haiku, I thought. But when I reached the office and repeated the announcement to my Japanese coworkers, none of them thought it was a haiku. I knew they were thinking to themselves, What kind of a lunatic is she?One tried to break the news to me gently, It''s not a haiku, it''s an advertising jingle.Well, I knew it was an advertising jingle, but still, wasn''t it an advertising jingle haiku?-FromThe Haiku ApprenticeAbigail Friedman was an American diplomat in Tokyo, not a writer. A chance encounter leads her to a haiku group, where she discovers poetry that anyone can enjoy writing. Her teacher and fellow haiku group members instruct her in seasonal flora and fauna, and gradually she learns to describe the world in plain words, becoming one of the millions in Japan who lead a haiku life. This is the author''s story of her literary and cultural voyage, and more: it is an invitation to readers to form their own neighborhood haiku groups and, like her, learn to see the world anew.... A deft and seamless merging of genres: at once memoir, travel literature, and an unpretentious guide onto the terrain of Japanese poetry. It will appeal not just to poetry lovers, but to all readers who are curious about the world beyond their own borders. - Foreword MagazineFriedman is an appealing guide through an alternate Japan where modern people make poems about teacups and temples but also about skyscrapers and kidney surgery. - East Bay ExpressThe book is not designed to make the reader a poet, but it does, perhaps, help us to pay more attention to our poetical eye. - BiblioBuffetThe Haiku Apprentice gives the reader an original, thoughtful and personal glimpse of one expat''s productive encounter with Japan. - Metropolis ... Notable for its frankness and enthusiasm... Friedman has made a lively narrative out of the things she learned... - The Japan TimesThe problem came to a head one day as I was driving through Tokyo. While waiting for the light to change, I saw the following public service announcement on the side of a bus: Omoiyari hitonikurumani konomachini(Sympathy / toward people, toward cars / toward this town). Seventeen syllables. Five-seven-five format. It must be a haiku, I thought. But when I reached the office and repeated the announcement to my Japanese coworkers, none of them thought it was a haiku. I knew they were thinking to themselves, What kind of a lunatic is she?One tried to break the news to me gently, It''s not a haiku, it''s an advertising jingle.Well, I knew it was an advertising jingle, but still, wasn''t it an advertising jingle haiku?-FromThe Haiku ApprenticeAbigail Friedman was an American diplomat in Tokyo, not a writer. A chance encounter leads her to a haiku group, where she discovers poetry that anyone can enjoy writing. Her teacher and fellow haiku group members instruct her in seasonal flora and fauna, and gradually she learns to describe the world in plain words, becoming one of the millions in Japan who lead a haiku life. This is the author''s story of her literary and cultural voyage, and more: it is an invitation to readers to form their own neighborhood haiku groups and, like her, learn to see the world anew.... A deft and seamless merging of genres: at once memoir, travel literature, and an unpretentious guide onto the terrain of Japanese poetry. It will appeal not just to poetry lovers, but to all readers who are curious about the world beyond their own borders. - Abigail Friedman, Books, Reference and Language, The Haiku Apprentice: Memoirs of Writing Poetry in Japan Books>Reference and Language, STONE BRIDGE PRESS

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The problem came to a head one day as I was driving through Tokyo. While waiting for the light to change, I saw the following public service announcement on the side of a bus: Omoiyari hitonikurumani konomachini(Sympathy / toward people, toward cars / toward this town). Seventeen syllables. Five-seven-five format. It must be a haiku, I thought. But when I reached the office and repeated the announcement to my Japanese coworkers, none of them thought it was a haiku. I knew they were thinking to themselves, What kind of a lunatic is she?One tried to break the news to me gently, It''s not a haiku, it''s an advertising jingle.Well, I knew it was an advertising jingle, but still, wasn''t it an advertising jingle haiku?-FromThe Haiku ApprenticeAbigail Friedman was an American diplomat in Tokyo, not a writer. A chance encounter leads her to a haiku group, where she discovers poetry that anyone can enjoy writing. Her teacher and fellow haiku group members instruct her in seasonal flora and fauna, and gradually she learns to describe the world in plain words, becoming one of the millions in Japan who lead a haiku life. This is the author''s story of her literary and cultural voyage, and more: it is an invitation to readers to form their own neighborhood haiku groups and, like her, learn to see the world anew.... A deft and seamless merging of genres: at once memoir, travel literature, and an unpretentious guide onto the terrain of Japanese poetry. It will appeal not just to poetry lovers, but to all readers who are curious about the world beyond their own borders. - Foreword MagazineFriedman is an appealing guide through an alternate Japan where modern people make poems about teacups and temples but also about skyscrapers and kidney surgery. - East Bay ExpressThe book is not designed to make the reader a poet, but it does, perhaps, help us to pay more attention to our poetical eye. - BiblioBuffetThe Haiku Apprentice gives the reader an original, thoughtful and personal glimpse of one expat''s productive encounter with Japan. - Metropolis ... Notable for its frankness and enthusiasm... Friedman has made a lively narrative out of the things she learned... - The Japan TimesThe problem came to a head one day as I was driving through Tokyo. While waiting for the light to change, I saw the following public service announcement on the side of a bus: Omoiyari hitonikurumani konomachini(Sympathy / toward people, toward cars / toward this town). Seventeen syllables. Five-seven-five format. It must be a haiku, I thought. But when I reached the office and repeated the announcement to my Japanese coworkers, none of them thought it was a haiku. I knew they were thinking to themselves, What kind of a lunatic is she?One tried to break the news to me gently, It''s not a haiku, it''s an advertising jingle.Well, I knew it was an advertising jingle, but still, wasn''t it an advertising jingle haiku?-FromThe Haiku ApprenticeAbigail Friedman was an American diplomat in Tokyo, not a writer. A chance encounter leads her to a haiku group, where she discovers poetry that anyone can enjoy writing. Her teacher and fellow haiku group members instruct her in seasonal flora and fauna, and gradually she learns to describe the world in plain words, becoming one of the millions in Japan who lead a haiku life. This is the author''s story of her literary and cultural voyage, and more: it is an invitation to readers to form their own neighborhood haiku groups and, like her, learn to see the world anew.... A deft and seamless merging of genres: at once memoir, travel literature, and an unpretentious guide onto the terrain of Japanese poetry. It will appeal not just to poetry lovers, but to all readers who are curious about the world beyond their own borders. - Abigail Friedman, Books, Reference and Language, The Haiku Apprentice: Memoirs of Writing Poetry in Japan Books>Reference and Language, Stone Bridge Press

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The problem came to a head one day as I was driving through Tokyo. While waiting for the light to change, I saw the following public service announcement on the side of a bus: Omoiyari hitonikurumani konomachini (Sympathy / toward people, toward cars / toward this town). Seventeen syllables. Five-seven-five format. It must be a haiku, I thought. But when I reached the office and repeated the announcement to my Japanese coworkers, none of them thought it was a haiku. I knew they were thinking to themselves, What kind of a lunatic is she? One tried to break the news to me gently, It''s not a haiku, it''s an advertising jingle. Well, I knew it was an advertising jingle, but still, wasn''t it an advertising jingle haiku?-From The Haiku Apprentice Abigail Friedman was an American diplomat in Tokyo, not a writer. A chance encounter leads her to a haiku group, where she discovers poetry that anyone can enjoy writing. Her teacher and fellow haiku group members instruct her in seasonal flora and fauna, and gradually she learns to describe the world in plain words, becoming one of the millions in Japan who lead a haiku life. This is the author''s story of her literary and cultural voyage, and more: it is an invitation to readers to form their own neighborhood haiku groups and, like her, learn to see the world anew.... A deft and seamless merging of genres: at once memoir, travel literature, and an unpretentious guide onto the terrain of Japanese poetry. It will appeal not just to poetry lovers, but to all readers who are curious about the world beyond their own borders. - Foreword Magazine Friedman is an appealing guide through an alternate Japan where modern people make poems about teacups and temples but also about skyscrapers and kidney surgery. - East Bay Express The book is not designed to make the reader a poet, but it does, perhaps, help us to pay more attention to our poetical eye. - BiblioBuffet The Haiku Apprentice gives the reader an original, thoughtful and personal glimpse of one expat''s productive encounter with Japan. - Metropolis ... Notable for its frankness and enthusiasm... Friedman has made a lively narrative out of the things she learned... - The Japan Times   Abigail Friedman, Books, Reference and Language, The Haiku Apprentice: Memoirs of Writing Poetry in Japan Books>Reference and Language, STONE BRIDGE PRESS

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The problem came to a head one day as I was driving through Tokyo. While waiting for the light to change, I saw the following public service announcement on the side of a bus: Omoiyari hitonikurumani konomachini (Sympathy / toward people, toward cars / toward this town). Seventeen syllables. Five-seven-five format. It must be a haiku, I thought. But when I reached the office and repeated the announcement to my Japanese coworkers, none of them thought it was a haiku. I knew they were thinking to themselves, What kind of a lunatic is she? One tried to break the news to me gently, It?s not a haiku, it?s an advertising jingle. Well, I knew it was an advertising jingle, but still, wasn?t it an advertising jingle haiku??From The Haiku ApprenticeAbigail Friedman was an American diplomat in Tokyo, not a writer. A chance encounter leads her to a haiku group, where she discovers poetry that anyone can enjoy writing. Her teacher and fellow haiku group members instruct her in seasonal flora and fauna, and gradually she learns to describe the world in plain words, becoming one of the millions in Japan who lead a haiku life. This is the author?s story of her literary and cultural voyage, and more: it is an invitation to readers to form their own neighborhood haiku groups and, like her, learn to see the world anew."...A deft and seamless merging of genres: at once memoir, travel literature, and an unpretentious guide onto the terrain of Japanese poetry. It will appeal not just to poetry lovers, but to all readers who are curious about the world beyond their own borders." -- Foreword Magazine"Friedman is an appealing guide through an alternate Japan where modern people make poems about teacups and temples but also about skyscrapers and kidney surgery." -- East Bay Express"The book is not designed to make the reader a poet, but it does, perhaps, help us to pay more attention to our poetica ... Books

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9781933330044
ISBN (ISBN-10): 193333004X
Taschenbuch
Erscheinungsjahr: 2006
Herausgeber: STONE BRIDGE PR
235 Seiten
Gewicht: 0,295 kg
Sprache: eng/Englisch

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ISBN/EAN: 193333004X

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