A Writer's Pilgrimage into the Heart and Homeland of Haiku
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"An autobiographical meditation on the writing and reading of haiku, the essence of haiku mind, and the country and culture that nurtured the form"-- Provided by publisher.
Contents: Nothing less than God -- Sawdust, gruel, and mochi -- Full and shattered bowls -- Snow falls -- Water, earth, light -- This is impossible -- Two autumns -- A fan -- What you want to see -- A very tender way -- The way of haiku -- The fall -- Infinite light -- Something much wilder -- Wanting to see -- Turning -- The sound of water -- Epilogue: another world.
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Includes bibliographical references.