BH. John Gould Fletcher
6. Japanese Prints. Poetry Journal, June 1917, pp. 81-86.
b. On the Banks of the Sumida. Description of an autumn evening along the river in Edo. Reprinted in 20.
d. Sharaku Dreams. ‘Sharaku’ speaks about the faces he intends to ‘scrawl on the walls of the night’. Reprinted in 20.
e. The Beautiful Geisha. The first two stanzas of three lines each make use of Pound’s technique of super-position (see BK12), and therefore read something like period translations of hokku.