Là où l’eau salée se mêle à l’eau douce / Where Saltwater Mixes With Freshwater, haiku of Kent Neal
Kent Neal’s first full-length collection of haiku features the natural landscapes of his native Oregon and his adopted France, in two languages. As Jean Antonini notes, “By writing these 80 haiku, Kent Neal saw his childhood again and came close to moments that shaped his life. If writing a haiku is good preparation for writing a novel, as Roland Barthes pointed out, the reader will find many novels here.” Not to mention many moments they will savor and identify with.
marée haute, marée basse est-ce que je lui plais ou pas ? high tide, low tide does he like me or not? vague après vague le fleuve découvre une pointe de flèche en obsidienne wave after wave the river uncovers an obsidian arrowhead
Size: 4.25" x 6.5"
Binding: perfect softbound
This reprinted edition may vary slightly in format, but contains all the content of the original Red Moon Press edition.