Modern nyugati haiku szerzők mutatója

Albánia

Agolli, Dritëro Ahmeti, Mimoza Arapi, Fatos Dedaj, Rrahman Marku, Rudolf Podrimja, Ali Qiriazi, Dhori Spahiu, Xhevahir Ujko, Vorea Vinca, Agim Zhiti, Visar

Argentína

Barnatán, M. R. Borges, Jorge Luis Palmero, Ertore José Roldán Auzqui, Rafael Santamarina, María Spinedi, Carlos Yunque, Álvaro

Ausztrália

Bird, John Bostok, Janice M. Bruce, Dawn Buckland, Nathalie Clark, Ross Ford, Lorin George, Beverley Gillam, Kevin Hart, Kevin Hetherington, Matt Jones, Bob Knight, John Lindsay, Dhugal J. Nunn, Graham Proctor, Vanessa Samuelowicz, K. Sari, Carla Taeker, Martina Taylor, Barabara A.

Ausztria

Bodmershof, Imma von Busta, Christine Celan, Paul Kleinschmidt, Karl Mayröcker, Friederike Mühringer, Doris Raimund, Hans Rilke, Rainer Maria Tauchner, Dietmar

Belarusz

Antonau, Andrej Arkusz, Aleś Arłou, Uładzimier Chadanovič, Andrej Hlobus, Adam Klimkovič, Maksim Razanau, Aleś Šajbak, Mirasłau Ściapan, Uładzimier Siučykau, Uładzimier Šnip, Viktar Tank, Maksim

Belgium

De Bie-Meeus, Maria Denis, Ferre De Paepe, Annie Mesotten, Bart Ruyssinck, Guido Smets, Marcel Tomé, Serge Van Rompuy, Herman Verbeke, Geert

Bosznia-Hercegovina

Dragović, Ljubomir Plavšić, Stanoje

Brazília

Almeida, Guilherme de Clement, Rosa Fonseca, Jorge Jr. Franchetti, Paulo Handa, Francisco Kolody, Helena Leminski, Paulo Magalhaes, Franklin Oldegar, Vieira

Bulgária

Alekszandrova, Ljuba Balabanova, Ljudmila Barbarov, Georgi Biljarszka, Ginka Bincsev, Toma Csicsev, Radoszlav Csuhov, Petar Dimitrov, Konsztantin Gancseva, Dimitrina Georgiev, Velin Hagadiszjan, Borisz Hrisztov, Borisz Hrisztov, Vladiszlav Hrisztova, Ljudmila Ilieva, Iliana Ivojlova, Alekszandra Jakimova, Roszica Joanova, Mina Joszifova, Ekaterina Kabadelova, Viktorija Ke Pella, Hriszto Kiszjov, Zdravko Kiszjova, Maja Kolcseva, Marica Kraszteva, Nina Kulekov, Ivan Ljubenova, Maja Metodiev, Ivan Mihajlova, Akszinija Mindova, Radka Nikolova, Antoaneta Palazov, Dimitar Pandzsaridisz, Hrisztina Pasztuhov, Krasztyu Pironszka, Roszica Rajmundov, Kalin Rancsin, Radoszlav Sapkareva, Eliszaveta Szimeonov, Todor Szotirova, Rajna Sztefanov, Dimitar Sztefanova, Vanya Sztojanov, Rumen Szugarev, Edvin Tiholova, Detelina Varszano, Mina Vatova, Penka Velikova, Conka Zvezdinov, Atanasz Zsekov, Margarit

Chile

Fisher, Andrés Neruda, Pablo

Costa Rica

Camacho, Mario

Csehország

Dědeček, Jiří Jančiková, Hana Wernisch, Ivan

Dánia

Dystrup, Allan Hansen, Hanne Matthiesen, Sys Tafdrup, Pia

Észtország

Andre, Leili Ehin, Andres Ilmet, Peep Ivask, Ivar Luik, Viivi Kaalep, Ain Kaplinski, Jaan Markus, Mait Mäger, Mart Niit, Ellen Nurme, Minni Piirsalu, Aime Raud, Mart Rummo, Paul-Eerik Saadik, Aino Seppel, Ly Soelsepp , Venda Talvet, Malle Tammi, Felix Vesipapp, Väino

Finnország

Kivikk'aho, Eila Köykkä, Risto Otonkoski, Lauri Rasa, Risto Tiihonen, Ilpo

Franciaország

Ajar, Émile Antonini, Jean Arnold, Jacques Bachoux L uce Blanche, Patrick Bloch, Jean-Richard Bonnefoy, Yves Calaferte, Louis Cazals, Thierry Char, René Chipot, Dominique Claudel, Paul Couchoud, Paul-Louis Duteil, Daniele Éluard, Paul Friedenkraft, Georges Gabriels, Damien Gerbal, Yves Guillevic, Eugène Jammes, Francis Kervern, Alain Maublanc, René Paulhan, Jean Py, Daniel Renard, Jules Valéry, Paul Vocance, Julien Walter, Olivier

Ghána

Mensah, Jacob

Görögország

Antoníou, D. I. Kondósz, Jánnisz Lorentzátosz, Zíszimosz Rítszosz, Jánnisz Szavína, Zoí Szeférisz, Jórgosz Sztavrópulosz, Jeórjiosz

Holland Antillák

Juliana, Elis

Hollandia

Berkelmans, Frank Doeff, Hendrik Flipse, Rob Gerits, Anton Giskes-Pieters, Ria Herzberg, Judith Huizinga, Nanneke Kaspersma, Jelle (fríz) Lofvers, Wim Man, Minne (fríz) Molen, W. J. van der Schagen, J. C. van Verhart, Max Wansdronk, Gré Witteveen, Thea

Horvátország

Bebek, Robert Gečić, Anica Dabo, Ante Devidé, Vladimir Franin, Dina Funda, Željko Gubrinski-Takač, K. Horkić, Dragutin Ivančan, Dubravko Ivanćan, Ivan I. Jelača, Ljerka Poštek Korbus, Dubravko Kurs, Vesna Maretić, Tomislav Mataš, Duško Mimica, Marela-Marija Nadilo, Ivan Oreč, Zdenko Pahernik, Ivan Petrović, Zvonko Plažanin, Darko Pogorilić, Marija Rožić, Stjepan Vlatković, Frano Vučinić-Jambrešić, Ž. Vukelić-Rožić, Đurđa

India

Deodhar, Angelee Java, Satyanand Kapoor, Vishnu P Lather, Rajiv Mukhopadhyay, Aju Nadkarni, Gautam Raghunathan, N. Ramesh, Kala Singh, Ram Krishna Tagore, Rabindranath

Írország

Burke, Patrick Gerard Fabre , Gilles Kudryavitsky, Anatoly Lonergan, Mark Malito, Giovanni Massey, Michael Rosenstock, Gabriel

Izland

Einarsson, Árni

Izrael

Lyakhovetsky, Roman Nestieva, Hana Odeh, Rita

Kanada

Amann, Eric W. Antonovic, Aurora Bluger, Marianne Brault, Jacques Cohen, Leonard Constable, Susan Drevniok, Betty Duhaime, André Feldmar, Andrew Fortin, Célyne Fraser, Laryalee Liu, Chen-ou Loranger, Jean-Aubert Melançon, Robert Morcom, Joanne Piché, Alphonse Pleau, Michel Rasmussen, Ray Ross, Bruce Shiffert, Edith M. St Jacques, Elizabeth Swede, George Villeneuve, Jocelyne

Kolumbia

Bellen, Salim

Korea

Szon Hojon

Lengyelország

Banaszkiewicz, M. Biela, Emil Dembończyk, Andrzej Hordyński, Jerzy Jerzyna, Zbigniew Kaźmierczak, Grażyna Kokot, Krzysztof Kowal, Maria Lewandowski, Artur Margolak, Damian Margolak, Jacek Mazur, Filip Michelucci, Aneta Ogryzko, Mariusz Prędota, Katarzyna Pyra, Dorota Rozmus, Lidia Sionkowski, Grzegorz Suchcicka, Katarzyna Szuba, Andrzej Świrszczyńska, Anna Szyryk, Marek Wojtyła, Karol Zabratyński, Rafał Zamorska, Gosia

Lettország

Abele, Dina Bindemane-Klava, Ilze Jansons, Valdis Karklina, Aija Millere, Ilze Petersons, Janis Štale, Liva Svirskis, Valdis

Libanon

Badrah, Saleh

Litvánia

Gelusevičius, Artūras Katinaite-Lumpickiené Kazilea, Vytaustas Marčenas, Aidas Normantas, Paulius Platelis, Kornelijus Rubavičius, Vytautas

Macedónia

Madžirov , Nikola Prokopiev, Aleksandar

Málta

Cilia, Tanja

Mauritius

Chazal, Malcolm de

Mexikó

Gutiérrez Cruz, Carlos Paz, Octavio Tablada, José Juan

Montenegró

Raonić, Zoran

Nagy-Britannia

Auden, W. H. Blyth, R. H. Buckingham, Helen Clarke , John Cooper Cobb, David Fleming, Ian Hulme, Thomas Ernest Kirkup, James Purves, Neil (skót) Raworth, Tom Scott, Alexander (skót) Serjeant, David Slater, Brendan Spence, Alan (skót) Summers, Jon (walesi) Wilkinson, Liam

Németország

Astel, Arnfrid Berner, Martin Biermann, Wolf Börner, Gerd Braun, Volker Brecht, Bertolt Brefeld, Claudia Bröker, Ralf Buerschaper, Margret Dombrady, Geza S. Eich, Günter Ernst, Paul Greve, Gabi Groißmeier, Michael Hausmann, Manfred Hensel, Ilse Herrmann, Arno Jappe, Georg Jappe, Hajo Klinge, Günther Kurz, Carl Heinz Miesen, Conrad Nietzsche, Friedrich Poethen, Johannes Reinhard, Gabriele Sachs, Nelly Schulze, Axel Schwachhofer, René Schwalm, Erika Sommerkamp, Sabine Törne, Volker von Wienert, Angelika

Nicaragua

Darío, Rubén

Norvégia

Lindquist, Roy Pedersen, Roger Rosegg, Nuri Vold, Jan Erik

Olaszország

Bagnato, Enrico Calamia, Alessandro Cecon, Valeria Fantoli, Moussia Gazzolo, Giorgio Murzi, Manrico Penna, Sandro Piccini, Toni Quasimodo, Salvatore Saba, Umberto Sanguineti, Edoardo Ungaretti, Giuseppe

Oroszország

Ahmetyev, Ivan Ajgi, Gennadij Akunyin, Borisz Andrejev, Alekszej Balmont, Konsztantyin Baru, Mihail Batalina, Darja Csasztyikova, Elvira Csekanov, Albert Dalos Rimma Grohotov, Alekszej Hagen, Marina Harag, Natalija Kresztova , Valerija Larionov, Andrej Levi, Natalija Mikityuk, Konsztantyin Pavlova, Vera Popov, Leonyid Runov, Jurij Ruszinova, Szofija Sztrizsova, Polina Tammi, Feliksz Vasszerstrom, Jevgenyij

Peru

Cisneros Cox, Alfonso

Portugália

de Brito, Casimiro Hatherly, Ana Lapa, Dinis Pessanha, Camilo Rodrigues, David Saraiva, Lucília

Románia

Abăluţă, Constantin Alui Gheorghe, Adrian Atanasiu, Corneliu Azap, Ioan-Pavel Butnaru, Leo Cange, Radu Cârdu, Petru Chelaru, Marius Ciobîcă, Cezar Codrescu, Ion Codrin, Şerban Grigurcu, Gheorghe Isman, Cătălin Mocanu, Victor Moldovan, Vasile Mureşan, Viorel Neagoe, Ecaterina Zazu Nicoliţov, Valentin Onica, Dana-Maria Radu, Dumitru Rău, Aurel Smarandache, F. Smărăndescu, Vasile Sorescu, Marin Stamatiad, Al. T. Stănescu, Amelia Stănescu, Nichita Ţară, Eduard Teodoru, Ştefan Gh. Totok, William Untaru, Ion Văceanu, Laura Vasiliu, Florin

Spanyolország

Alberdi, Pilar Alberti, Rafael Champourcín, Ernestina Climent, Jordi Domenchina, Juan José Espriu, Salvador García Lorca, Federico Guillén, Jorge Jiménez, Juan Ramón Machado, Antonio Palol, Miquel de Rivas, Manuel (gallego) Romero Murube ,J.

Svájc

Arp, Hans Geiser, Christoph Meili, Conrad Pfeifer, Tadeus Salis, Flandrina von

Svédország

Åkesson, Sonja Fenlin, Michael Granström, Lars Gustafsson, Karin Hammarskjöld, Dag Härle, Helga Falkman, Kaj Johansson, Jörgen Landås, Kjell Setterlind, Bo Tranströmer, Tomas Vilén, Florence Wetterstrand, Stig

Szerbia

Ambrózi László Antonić, Zoran Bába Zoltán Bogojević, Dejan Božić, Jovanka Božin, Mirjana Debeljački, Tatjana Despotov, Vojislav Dragan Pop Dragan Kolarić, Ivan Mihajlović, Bogoljub T. Nadaškić-Đorđević, J. Nejgebauer, Aleksandar Ristić, Dragan J. Sedlar, Slavko J. Sekulić, Borivoje Šimin , Nebojša Stefanović, Tatjana Tokin, Milan Važić, Saša Vukasović, Vid

Szlovákia

Chmel, Karol Haugová, Mila Zambor, Ján

Szlovénia

50 szlovén haiku Anakiev, Dimitar Dobnik, Ivan Hudnik, Marko Jerman , Janka Kocjančič, Darja Saračević, Edin Volarič, Jože Volarič, Zlata Zorman, Alenka

Tajvan

Huang Lingzhi Liu, Chen-ou

Törökország

Engin, Anı l Gürpınar, Melisa Kanık, Orhan Veli Uçeren, Turgay

Új-Zéland

Berry, Ernest Drumheller, Doc Simpson, Sandra Von Sturmer, Richard

Ukrajna

Agarkov, Andrej Gundakov, Ruszlan Jurov, Oleg Revakovics, Marija

Uruguay

Benedetti, Mario Fleitas, Carlos

USA

Addiss, Stephen Anderson, Karen an'ya (Andja Petrović) Barber, Collin Beary, Roberta Bergmann, F. J. Boldman, Bob Bowes, Harold Brandi, John Brautigan, Richard Bridges, Alan S. Brill, Bob Brooks, Randy M. Brush, James Cage, John Carruth, Hayden Chaikin, Miriam Chang, Yu Chula, Margaret Clausen, Tom Cohen, Martin Gottlieb Colón, Carlos Cooper, Paul Corman, Cid Corso, Gregory Crapsey , Adelaide Cullen, William Jr. Cummings, E. E. di Prima, Diane Dunlap, Curtis Duthie, Peg England, Bruce Farley, Mike Fessler, Michael Fleischer, Donna Fletcher, John Gould Ford, Charles Henri Forrester, Stanford M. Frenkel, Tom Frost, Robert Garofalo, Michael P. Gay, Garry Ginsberg, Allen Glass, Seymour Goodmann, Barry Gurga, Lee Hackett, Grant Hackett, James W. Hadman, Ty Harter, Penny Hawes, C. W. Heinrich, Peggy Herold, Christopher Higginson, William J. Hollo, Anselm Hoyt, Clement Hutton, Virgil Ingram, Terry Jewell, Foster Kacian, Jim Kenney, Bill Kerouac, Jack Ketchek, Michael Kilbride, Jerry King, Stephen Knight, Etheridge Kolodji, Deborah P. Koontz, Dean R. Lamb, Elizabeth S. Lanoue, David G. Lowell, Amy Lyles, Peggy Willis Markowski, Ed McClintock, Michael McClure, Michael Mena, Paul David Miller, Don Missias, A. C. Monaco, Marianna Muldoon, Paul Noyes, H. F. Oandasan, William Orlovsky, Peter Pache, Peter H. Palka, Kathe L. Philippou, Dru Pizzarelli, Alan Porad, Francine Pound, Ezra Presley, Elvis Rader, R. G. Reichhold, Jane Reps, Paul Reznikoff, Charles Robinson, Chad Robison, Matt Roseliep, Raymond Rotella, Alexis Russell, Claudette Salinger, J. D. Sandburg, Carl Sanfield, Steve Schwader, Ann K. Shaw, Adelaide B. Sirowitz, Hal Snyder, Gary Southard, O. Mabson Spiess, Robert Spurr, Melissa Stark, David Stevens, Wallace Stevenson, John Stone, John Swist, Wally Tebo, Cindy Tico, Tom Tripi, Vincent Trumbull, Charles tweney, d. f. van den Heuvel, Cor Virgil, Anita Virgilio, Nick Vizenor, Gerald Waters, Bill Watsky, Paul Welch, Lew Welch, Michael Dylan Whalen, Philip Wikoff, Josh Williams, Carlos William Wills, John Winke, Jeffrey Wright, Richard Yarrow, Ruth
Modern nyugati haiku főoldal

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Hendrik Doeff (1777-1835)
Hollandia
mindkét haikuja

Terebess Gábor fordításai


春風やアマコマ走る帆かけ船
harukaze ya / amakoma hashiru / hokakebune

tavaszi szellő -
sietnek ide s tova
vitorláshajók


稲妻のその手借りたし草枕
inazuma no / kaina wo karan / kusamakura

villámgyors
karod add kölcsön
útipárnának


A holland Hendrik Doeff volt az első nyugati, aki haikut írt: Japánban japánul adott ki két haikut a 18-19. század fordulóján.

 

 

"Haiku in Japan developed into a real folk art, practised by poets in all strata of the society. Also various schools of haiku came into being, each with its own poetical principles. It therefore is certainly not right to think of an unequivocal notion of what haiku was or should be. And that variety of opinions still exists and evolves today.

Though haiku had become an essential part of the Japanese cultural climate, this compact form of poetry remained virtually unknown outside of the country's boundaries. This is not strange at all, for the Japanese society under the powers that reigned was an absolutely closed world into which nobody from the world outside had access. With one small exception.

That exception was the Dutch trading settlement on the small artificial island of Deshima in the harbour of Nagasaki. Apart from the fact that the chief of that colony regularly visited the shogun in the capital city of Edo, the Dutch hardly were allowed to set foot on Japanese soil. But that did not prevent contacts between the Dutch and the Japanese. In these contacts cultural exchange had its place, and haiku was part of that. For as it happens the first Westerner known to have written haiku was Hendrik Doeff (1777-1835), one of these Dutchmen. He was on Deshima from 1798 till 1817 and became chief of the settlement. He was interested in the language, for he compiled a Dutch-Japanese dictionary. Moreover, two of his haiku have been found in Japanese publications from the period of Doeff's stay in Japan. He probably wrote them in Japanese. Here's one:

lend me your arms,
fast
as thunderbolts,
for a pillow on my journey

This haiku supposedly refers to a young lady he saw slicing tofu very fast, while he was in an inn during a journey to visit the shogun. But there is no proof at all that Doeff still was interested in haiku after his return to the Netherlands. And certainly he played no role in spreading haiku outside of its country of origin. For that only took place in the 20th century."

Max Verhart

 

"Hendrik Doeff between 1798 and 1817 worked at the trading post for the Dutch East India Company on Deshima (an artificial island in the harbor of Nagasaki). Doeff had taught himself Japanese (Trafford, 2006; Verhart, 2005) and, according to Max Verhart (April 1, 2006), published two haiku (in Latin letters) in Japanese publications. The first appeared in Misago-zushi, an 1818 anthology compiled by Oya Takuzo (1788-1850), who as a poet, went by the name of Shiyu (Verhart, April 1, 2006; and in a 2001 article by Henri Kerlen (cited by Verhart, April 2, 2006). The two haiku which follow were translated into Dutch by Frits Vos and then by Verhart into English (as cited by Verhart, April 1, 2006):

harukaze ya
amakoma hashiru
hokakebune

Een lentebriesje-
her en der reppen ze zich:
de zeilscheepjes.

a spring breeze
hither and tither they hurry
the sailing dinghies

Information on where the second poem was published in Japan was not available, but it did appear in a 1963 book by Teramoto Kaiyu and also in the article by Kerlen (both cited by Verhart, April 2, 2006):

inazuma no
kaina wo karan
kusamakura

Laat mij je armen
snel als bliksemschicten, lenen
als hoofdkussen op mijn reis.

lend me your arms
fast as thunderbolts,
for a pillow on my journey

Verhart suggests that this haiku probably refers to "a young lady he [Doeff] saw slicing tofu very fast (p.1)." Why has Doeff's place in Western haiku history been largely ignored? According to Verhart (2005), "he played no role in spreading haiku outside of its country of origin (p. 1)." Also in Doeff's autobiography, he makes no mention of having written any haiku (Verhart, April 2, 2006)."

George Swede

 

Selon une communication du professeur Frits Vos (Pays-Bas), le premier hokku composé

par un Occidental serait dû à Hendrik Doeff (1777-1835) nommé gouverneur de Deshima en 1805, cinq années après son arrivée au Japon. Les hollandais, on le sait, étaient alors les seuls étrangers autorisés à commercer avec les insulaires qui leur avaient octroyé un comptoir.

Rédigé en caractères latins, le poème de Doeff fait office d’épilogue à un ouvrage de Oya

Takuzo (1788-1850) : « Misago-zushi ».


Brise de printemps

Çà et là ils se dépêchent

les petits voiliers


Tourné vers le bleu du large, l’auteur songeait-il avec nostalgie à son lointain pays natal

lorsqu’il écrivait ces vers ?

Toujours selon M. Vos, le haïku « magistral » de Doeff – qui semble n’en avoir publié que

deux – aurait été écrit lors d’un séjour à la cour impériale où son attention fut soudain attirée par une charmante servante en train de découper, à une vitesses remarquable, un gâteau aux fèves de soja.


Prête-moi tes bras

rapides comme l’éclair
en guise d’oreiller


On sait qu’Hendrik Doeff fut un savant distingué, un brillant lettré qui établit un dictionnaire nippo-néerlandais, on sait aussi qu’il avait une solide réputation de coureur de jupon, d’amant infatigable. Ses concubines se succédèrent, il eut même un fils et une fille avec deux d’entre elles. Mais l’histoire ne nous dit pas si la belle japonaise partageant le gâteau, partagea également sa nuit avec le gouverneur !


Patrick Blanche