As in: “Ecotones, we know, are perilous places, where predators appear from both sides of the margin, but they are productive places, too, abundant in diversity” (p.131).
Marshall, I., & Simpson, M. (2006). Deconstructing haiku. College Literature, 33(3), 117-134. doi:10.1353/lit.2006.0042
- Explore definitions at the library’s E-Ready Reference Resources site using the Dictionaries listed on Research Guide: Dictionaries, Encyclopedias, etc..
- Learn about a Canadian ecotone at The Land Between.
- Read, listen, and watch haikus at the Poetry Foundation.
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