Idleness Essay Topics

Essays in Idleness

Kenko sees beauty in the imperfectness and incompleteness of things. To support his view, quoted Abbot Koyu “it is typical of the unintelligent to insist on assembling complete sets of everything, imperfect sets are better” (Keene 70) What he wanted to imply is that the idealism, the impracticality of those who want to spend their… View Article