Classical Haiku

Entertainment / Literature / Classical Haiku: Another term for the hokku, the predecessor of the modern haiku. See hokku and haiku.

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Classical Adjective Synonyms: standard, model, exemplary, traditional, established, influential, authoritative, serious, weighty
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Haiku

Entertainment / Literature / Haiku: (pluralhaiku, from archaic Japanese): The term haiku is a fairly late addition to Japanese poetry. The poet Shiki coined the term in the nineteenth century from a longer, more traditional phrase, haik MORE

Neoclassical

Entertainment / Music / Neoclassical: Movement in music where the characteristics are crisp and direct. MORE

Classical Period

Technology / Television (TV) / Classical Period: In the history of theatrical cinema, the 1920s-50s when the Hollywood studio system of film production held total power and evolved the classical style of filmmaking. In a genre's evolutionary pattern MORE

Classical Hollywood Cinema

Technology / Television (TV) / Classical Hollywood Cinema: A conventional style of filmmaking with a particular model of narrative structure, editing technique, mise-en-scene, dialogue, music, etc. Narrative is presented in a clear cause-and-effect chain, wit MORE

Classical Conditioning

Science / Psychiatry / Classical Conditioning: Elicitation of a response by a stimulus that normally does not elicit that response. The response is one that is mediated primarily by the autonomic nervous system (such as salivation or a change in h MORE

Classical Haiku

Entertainment / Literature / Classical Haiku: Another term for the hokku, the predecessor of the modern haiku. See hokku and haiku. MORE

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