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Yasunari Kawabata

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Alfred Birney: 'Martial arts is dé omslag in mijn leven geweest'

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Of de Japanse Nobelprijswinnaar Yasunari Kawabata, die onder zijn zinnen een bijna verborgen gevoel liet lopen. Samuel Beckett heeft ongetwijfeld ook invloed gehad op mijn schrijfproces. Maar ik ben ze niet na gaan doen, ik heb hooguit onbewust dingen ...

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Japan thinks English is the future – whatever Jean-Claude Juncker says

Spectator.co.uk
The Rainbow. Tintern Abbey.' Japan has many world-class writers — Yukio Mishima, Jun'ichirō Tanizaki, Yasunari Kawabata — and it bows to no one, not China, nor Russia, nor America, in its literary pride. Except Britain, which it holds in parallel esteem.

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A Casa das Belas Adormecidas. O amor em visita pela hora da morte

Sol (Inscrição)
Um misto de satisfação e cepticismo marcou a forma como a elite cultural japonesa recebeu a notícia da atribuição do Nobel a Yasunari Kawabata, em 1968.

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'Beauty and Sadness': Yasunari Kawabata's last published novel explores the extremes of human emotion

The Japan Times
Kawabata carefully slices across layers of time to unfold the spiraling reverberations of the past, as Keiko becomes consumed with jealousy when Oki enters Otoko's life again. This book reveals violent emotion in all its extremes, and makes for ...

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