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Yasunari Kawabata

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On literary translation awards

Korea Times
Around that time, "Snow Country" by Japanese writer Yasunari Kawabata was announced as the winner of the Nobel Prize in Literature. To most Koreans, it was shocking news, as the prize had been deemed as targeted to the Western hemisphere. The news ...

1968 Nobel Prize Literature Winner Yasunari Kawabata News

«A Page of Madness», a Londra con il benshi

Il Manifesto (Abbonamento)
Co-scritto da un giovane Yasunari Kawabata, premio nobel per la letteratura nel 1968, e diretto da Teinosuke Kinugasa che tre decenni decenni dopo avrebbe ottenuto una certa notorietà in occidente con Gate of Hell, con cui vinse la Palma d'Oro nel 1954 ...

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Esaltate e umiliate: le donne simbolo delle contraddizioni del Giappone

Corriere della Sera
Di amore e morte, ma soprattutto di vecchiaia, si parla nel capolavoro La casa delle belle addormentate del premio Nobel Yasunari Kawabata (1899-1972), in cui l'anziano Eguchi Yoshio condivide il letto (senza poterle toccare) con stupende ragazze ...

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Hideo Kobayashi: Spearheading the age of the professional critic

The Japan Times
In his youth in the early 1930s, he had been an associate of avant-garde writers Riichi Yokomitsu and Yasunari Kawabata, but whereas they concentrated on writing innovative fiction, Kobayashi devoted himself to prolific outpourings of literary ...

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