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Yasunari Kawabata

1967 Nobel Prize Literature Winner
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Libros leídos

El Tiempo Ecuador
Traducciones de otros continentes y culturas: “Tokio blues” y “Baila, baila, baila” de Haruki Murakami (TusQuets Editores, Buenos Aires, 2005 y 2012), “El sonido de la montaña” de Yasunari Kawabata (Emece, Buenos Aires, 2007), “De nuevo el amor” de ...

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Beneficios ocultos del café de algarroba

Blasting News
Me atrevo a recomendar uno que me encantó; es un libro entre romántico y melancólico del desaparecido autor japonés Yasunari Kawabata cuyo título es "Lo bello y lo triste", o el que ustedes crean conveniente y adecuado para el momento. ¡Salud!

1968 Nobel Prize Literature Winner Yasunari Kawabata News

Miles Franklin: Christine Piper's extract from After Darkness: 'It's a nod to ...

The Guardian
I wrote this scene as a nod to Yasunari Kawabata. He is a writer I admire for his ability to suspend time by delving into the myriad intricacies of a moment and his characters' deepest thoughts. My attempt to emulate Kawabata barely touches his ...

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Yukio Mishima and the struggle to be free…

Scholars and Rogues
Reading such a powerful work makes one wonder how the Nobel committee ignored Mishima even as they rewarded his friend and mentor Yasunari Kawabata. The answer to that question is like the answer to another question about the non-rewarding of ...

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