期刊論文

標題 John Ashbery’s ‘37 Haiku’ and the American Haiku Orthodoxy
學年 99
學期 1
出版(發表)日期 2010/08/01
作品名稱 John Ashbery’s ‘37 Haiku’ and the American Haiku Orthodoxy
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著者 Brink, Dean; 包德樂
單位 淡江大學英文學系
出版者 Fo Guang University; University of Manitoba
著錄名稱、卷期、頁數 Taiwan ELT Publishing, Globalization and Cultural Identity / Translation
摘要 Shaped by R.H. Blyth and later Kenneth Yasuda’s seminal introductions to Japanese haiku in the midtwentieth century, haiku in America has as a form of poetry come to reflect certain premises, expectations and inhibitions. While claiming authentic emulation of the form, American haiku poets have abandoned possibilities for disturbing the fiction of the real, the so-called haiku or Zen “moment,” and reproduce fundamentally Orientalist stereotypes that both contribute to its popularity and weaken it as a serious literary form. Below I argue that John Ashbery’s haiku transgress this status quo in American haiku. American haiku has primarily focused on a rhetorical presentation of a passively experienced objective moment, which reflects only one approach to Japanese haiku, while in Ashbery one finds not only his own poetics irrupting in the haiku form, but also his re-introduction of writing practices found in traditional Japanese poetry to satirize American haiku. As such, his haiku stand as an amusing performative critique of haiku in twentieth century America and of haiku as received from Japanese models.
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語言 英文(美國)
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期刊性質 國內
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國別 中華民國
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