You Only Live Twice - Study Guide Anatomy Class Summary & Analysis

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That night, Bond is allowed to stay in a nice hotel in Kyoto, the Miyako. As Tiger has plans that evening, Bond watches a Japanese series on television, "The Seven Detectives."

The next day, Tiger and Bond visit what was once a house of ill-repute, now turned into a national monument as prostitution was illegal in Japan. After showing respect to the curators by bowing, Bond became impatient and complained. Tiger told him how the place was before it became a museum. He tells a story of people eating, drinking and writing haikus.

Tiger tells Bond of many poets who wrote haikus. One in particular, Basho, lived in the seventeenth century and wrote haikus that had seventeen syllables. He recites a few to no avail. Bond couldn't get the hang of them. So, he makes up his own. "You only live twice: Once when you...

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