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A Selection from 1000 Basic Japanese Poems

Robert Filliou
Artists' Books
12 × 20 cm

With a neon orange cover, this beautifully bound book looks at the connections and disconnections of language. Multi-lingual text in Japanese, English, German and French deconstructs key words in Japanese poetry from A to Y.

  1. A Selection from 1000 Basic Japanese Poems

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