The Starting Point: Zuihitsu
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The Starting Point: Zuihitsu

Zuihitsu is a genre of Japanese literature consisting of loosely connected personal essays and fragmented ideas that typically respond to the author’s surroundings. The name is derived from two Kanji meaning “at will” and “pen.”

Wikipedia is at best a 30,000 foot flyover of any given topic, but on this one, on point.

I know what I’m going to be doing with this website.

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