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Home Books Poetry. Items Per Page: 15 30 60 Year Newest Pub. Items - of Check box to include out-of-stock items. View: Grid List. And That's All She Wrote!!! And Then, You. Haiku is a style of Japanese poetry, which arises when the country erupts in the literature in the eighth century or so. Literature influenced by China which, at that time was more than 20 centuries old and after a logical evolution by the routes of Zen and Taoism, haiku emerges as the voice of nature and moments everyday life, reflected in a few syllables short poems traditionally: In them, the everyday events and nature with all its scenery, are literally painted by haijin name given to those poets dedicated to this type of poetry.
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Error rating book. Refresh and try again. Ian Johnston 's review Jul 20, The novel is told as an autobiography of the Rose, a world hopping character from a number of his previous novels including the last 2 in the Second Ether series. However, Moorcock is playing around a lot. We don't know who is narrating often enough, and it switches from Rose to Jack Karaquazian, to omniscient narrators telling tales of Dick Turpin, an immortal Robin Hood figure who robs the privatized electric trams of the BBIC internal combustion being a dead end technology, learned during the Second World War. The novel is quite dense for the first half, being all about Rose's life in post-war England and her time riding with Dick Turpin.
There are occasional asides about the multiverse that are recounted as though they are absolutely normal a nice touch. Moorcock is compelling for the most part. He writes great characters and is playful enough, but the novel doesn't really go anywhere.