José Juan Tablada

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José Juan Tablada

José Juan Tablada (April 3, 1871-August 2, 1945) was a Mexican poet, art critic, and diplomat. Traveled briefly in Japan (1900) and later translated and wrote haiku, introducing the poetic form to Spanish language readers.

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José Juan Tablada, Obras: En el país del sol (ed. Jorge A. Ruedas de la Serna, 2006).

Rubén Lozano Herrera, José Juan Tablada en Nueva York: búsqueda y hallazgos en la crónica (2000).