BI. Amy Lowell

31. Kawano, Akira. ‘Amy Lowell and Haiku’ and ‘Amy Lowell and Carl Sandburg— Especially in Relation to Japanese Prints, Tanka, and Haiku’. Fukuoka kyôiku daigaku kiyô 22/1 (1973): 39-47; 24/1 (1974): 57-65.

Both essays rely on general assertions that the poets under study took an interest in Japanese forms. The Lowell material finds similarities between her work and Japanese poetry and is largely unacknowledged borrowing from Miner (A25). The central point about Sandburg (see CA6) is that he ‘took great interests in Japanese block prints, tanka and haiku’, but the evidence presented is speculative.







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