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Bersihand, Roger, Japanese Literature, Walker, 1965, p. 115. Buchanan, Daniel C., One Hundred Famous Haiku, Japan Publications, 1973, p. 16.

Hamill, Sam, ed., The Essential Basho, Shambhala, 1999, pp. ix-xxxi.

Higginson, William J., with Penny Harte, The Haiku Handbook, Kodansha International, 1985, p. 10.

Keene, Donald, The Pleasures of Japanese Literature, Columbia University Press, 1988, pp. 6, 57.

Pound, Ezra, "In a Station at the Metro," in The Norton Introduction to Literature: Poetry, edited by J. Paul Hunter, W. W. Norton, 1973, p. 98.

Suzuki, D. T., Zen Buddhism, Doubleday, 1956, p. 106.

Ueda, Makoto, Basho and His Interpreters: Selected Hokku with Commentary, compiled, translated, and with an introduction by Makoto Ueda, Stanford University Press, 1991, p. 141.

—, Matsuo Basho, Twayne Publishers, 1970, p. 56. Yuasa, Nobuyuki, "Introduction," in The Narrow Road to the Deep North and Other Travel Sketches, by Matsuo Basho¯, translated by Nobuyuki Yuasa, Penguin, 1966, p. 33.

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