A Tractate on Japanese Aesthetics Paperback – 30 Jun 2007
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About the Author
Donald Richie has been writing about Japan for over 50 years from his base in Tokyo and is the author of over 40 books and hundreds of essays and reviews. He is widely admired for his incisive film studies on Ozu and Kurosawa, and for his stylish and incisive observations on Japanese culture.
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This 'small' book in my opinion gives the finest poetic explanation of the term wabi-sabi you can find,other writers tend to get mired in newage piffle or minimalist nonsense.Very nice explanation of MONO NO AWARE-that certain sadness of things.I could not recomend it more highly.
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I can only assume the guy had spent so long in Japan he his English Grammar got lost along the way. I suspect this book says nothing, but there is no way to be sure.Published 1 month ago by R. madigan