By Professor Solomon
The unknown Japan. the conventional Japan. the true Japan. In this erudite but exciting paintings, Professor Solomon explores a Japan of which few folks are conscious. For a journey of a special culture--a interesting examine its varied methods and wonders--join him.
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They live poetry, always that poetry steeped in an intimate communion with Nature. And when in July the Festival of the Dead takes place, there comes a great company of poet souls to see Nippon’s blos som again, to wander down old familiar gardens, through crimson torii, or to lean upon a stone lantern, and drink in the glory of a summer day, which is sweeter to them than life beyond the grave. http://www. professorsolomon. com 151 To download a free copy of this book, go to: http://www. professorsolomon. com/cibookpage.