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Yasunari Kawabata

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The Guardian (blog)
I was given two books I am looking forward to settling down with; TE Lawrence's Seven Pillars of Wisdom and Yasunari Kawabata's Snow Country. The Lawrence seems a monster of a book, but I am hugely interested in reading it; as a wargamer I have of late ...

1968 Nobel Prize Literature Winner Yasunari Kawabata News

In Search of the “Real” Japan

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... as well as literary celebrities like Yukio Mishima, the closeted ultranationalist whose infamous ritual suicide ended his futile attempt to overtake the Japanese government, and Yasunari Kawabata, who took his own life shortly after winning the ...

1968 Nobel Prize Literature Winner Yasunari Kawabata News

País das Neves, de Yasunari Kawabata

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País das Neves Kawabata Só hoje soube que a editora Estação Liberdade fez nova tradução deste País das Neves. A nova tradução deve ser ótima, conheço a autora, Neide Hissae Nagae. Li outras traduções de Kawabata pela Estação e elas foram ...

1968 Nobel Prize Literature Winner Yasunari Kawabata News

Marcel Theroux

Wall Street Journal
By Yasunari Kawabata (1952). 2. The characters in Kawabata's eerie and beautiful book are linked by their commitment to tea ceremony, a Japanese art form that has no equivalent in Western culture. Its hero, Kikuji, becomes emotionally entangled with ...

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