On Love, published in 1955 when Tanikawa was twenty-four, shows the poet engaging the world of our everyday lives. His earlier sense of the cosmic is not abandoned, but now he turns to love as one of the forces that makes the world go round. "Billy the Kid, " for instance, is here placed in the earlier context of Two Billion Light-Years of Solitude.
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