To Taste the Water

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  • Vicente Haya
  • Author:  Vicente Haya
  • Year: 11-11-2010
  • Translator from Spanish: Konstantin Dimitrov
  • Availability:  In Stock
  • Product Code:  611-01
  • SKU: 05.0002
  • ISBN: 978-954-321-769-4

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  • Ex Tax: €3.07
   


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Description

"To Taste the Water" is a collection of a hundred haiku poems by the Zen monk Taneda Santoka. The compilation is done by the prominent Spanish specialist in Japan language and culture - Dr Vicente Haya.

About the Author

Vicente Haya

Vicente Haya

Vicente Haya was born in Seville in 1962. He is a Doctor of Philosophy (his doctoral dissertation is "The Expression of the Sacred in the Japanese Haiku"), a translator of Japanese poetry. He is a stu... Read more

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Tags: Japan,Haiku,Poetry

Specification
Year 11-11-2010
Translator from Spanish: Konstantin Dimitrov
Pages 140
Size 130/200 мм
Weight 0.188 kg
Cover Type Paperback
Genre Japan, Haiku, Poetry

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