Japan’s most popular living poet, Tanikawa Shuntaro, has always been known for upsetting the apple carts of Japan’s formulaic society. Here he does it again, sacralizing poetry in its purely perfunctory forms as a gift that may be appropriate for any occasion.
|japanese title:||Shi o okuro to suru koto wa|
|publisher:||Tarsier Books, SARU Press International in association with Katydid Books. Distributed by University of Hawaii Press|
|publication place:||Santa Fe, San Francisco|
|japanese publication date:||1991|
|english publication date:||2005|
|description:||63 p. ; 18 cm.|
|related:||Asian poetry in translation|