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Transplanting the Haiku

Although the haiku first flowered in Japan and retains its distinctively Japanese character, it has proved so adapt­able that it flourishes in many parts of the world. With only three lines of straightforward words, it is accessible to all kinds of people, yet its depth of meaning satisfies the most sophis­ticated. I have taught the haiku to college students in classes rang­ing from developmental English to world literature, as well as to middle school students in a summer enrichment program....

Feature Article

Transplanting the Haiku

Although the haiku first flowered in Japan and retains its distinctively Japanese character, it has proved so adaptable that it flourishes in many parts of the world. With only three lines of straightforward words, it is accessible to all kinds of people, yet its depth of meaning satisfies the most sophisticated. I have taught the haiku to college students in classes ranging from developmental English to world literature, as well as to middle school students in a summer enrichment program. With ...