Haiku (haiku) remains popular largely due to the fact that perfectly conveys the undertones of funny, allows you to achieve a funny understatement – a couple of expressive strokes, a reference to the mysterious Eastern nature – and the joke is ready. But when haiku, which was initially called “haiku”, appeared in Japanese culture, the role he had just such – comic. But thanks to the poet Matsuo Basho haiku genre rose to the very top of Japanese art – it turned out that “haiku space is infinite and can accommodate the whole world”, in the words of another famous author haiku, or Haijin, Masaoka Shiki.
The roots of Japanese poetry, as befits everything that this culture is famous for, go back to the deep past. The genre, which appeared on haiku is the poetry Renga, or Tanka, in the form of the quintet, which includes exactly 31 syllables. Continue reading
Celebrity life always attracts attention. As a rule, famous people always have a lot of fans who are interested to know not only about the achievements and victories, but also about the way the idols came to fame, how their character was formed, what difficulties the stars had to overcome on the way to the top. Perhaps that is why the biographies of famous people are always in demand. In our today’s collection contains interesting books about famous people.
Irina Rodnina, “champion’s Tear»
The legendary Soviet figure skater tells in her book not only about herself and her way in sports. Irina Rodnina introduces readers to what is happening outside the ice arena, describes the relationship between athletes, coaches and officials. Continue reading