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Matsuo Bashō, Japan, ca. 1644-1694 Basho is famous for his haiku, short poems with three lines. Each line in a baiku has a set number of syllables-five in the first line, seven in the second, and five in the last line. A haiku does not need to rhyme, but it should capture a moment of oner life. Nature is often the subject of a haiku, but the meaning can be as much about human emotion as the external world. Basho's most famous book, Narrow Road to a Far Province, was published after a long journey on foot. Robert Burns, Scotland, 1759-1796 Robert Burns's first book, Poems, Chiefly in the Scottish Dialect, was published in 1786-just one year after the first of his 14 children was born. The book contained Burns's observations of the lives of ordinary people. He watched them doing farm work, going to church, and falling in love, and his humor and insights on everyday life made him a very popular writer. Robert Burns only lived to the age of 37, but he continues to have an influence on writers today. Anna Akhmatova, Ukraine, 1889–1966 Anna Akhmatova-poet, translator, and literary critic-was born in the Ukraine but spent much of her life in Russia. Much of her writing was political, and many of her poems, including the well-known Requiem, reflected the difficulties that Russians faced during the time of Joseph Stalin and World War II. Family life was also difficult for Akhmatova, who married three times, and whose one child was raised by grandparents. Akhmatova is remembered for her original writing style, as well as her ideas.

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