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Keene, Donald, Travelers of a Hundred Ages, Henry Holt, 1989.

This collection of essays comments on a number of
Japanese diaries, including Basho¯'s.

Ueda, Makoto, Basho and his Interpreters, Stanford University Press, 1991.

Ueda provides selected haiku of Basho and commentaries
on them by various critics.

—, Matsuo Basho, Kodansha International, 1970.

Ueda provides an accessible and detailed introduction
to Basho's
life and writing in this lively study.

Yasuda, Kenneth, The Japanese Haiku, Rutland, 1957.

Yasuda uses Western literary aesthetics to discuss the
aim and method of haiku.

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