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Yasunari Kawabata

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Clarín.com
Le encontré el caminito. Me pasa a veces con autores que me gustan muchísimo. Hay tipos a los que les debo mucho y que siento que los tengo que nombrar: Anthony Burgess, Yasunari Kawabata, Isaac Babel, Juan Rulfo, Miguel Briante, Clarice Lispector.

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Winners of Little Tokyo Short Story Contest Announced

The Rafu Shimpo
Although he doesn't play go, Wocoski said he was inspired by Yasunari Kawabata's novel “The Master of Go,” which he read about 40 years ago. In the book, the master's last game takes several months; in Wocoski's story, the game takes several years.

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10 Things in Tokyo: May 2016

Tokyo Art Beat (blog)
Starting out in his career in the early 1920s, a time of transformation in Europe and Japan, the writer and novelist Yasunari Kawabata came to straddle across different worlds, fusing a profound concern for the traditions of art and craft with a ...

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“Words under pressure”

Daily Triplicate
Inspired by Japanese novelist and short story writer Yasunari Kawabata, who won the Nobel Prize for literature in 1968, “Palm of the Hand” writing consists of short stories, one to three pages long, that focus on a specific experience of one's life ...

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