New Writing In Japan

New Writing In Japan First published by Penguin Books in the reissue of this volume is long overdue The book contains examples of poetry and short stories by acclaimed writers including Oe Kenzaburo Abe Kobo

  • Title: New Writing In Japan
  • Author: Yukio Mishima Geoffrey Bownas Kenzaburō Ōe Kōbō Abe Shintarō Ishihara Junnosuke Yoshiyuki John Bester Kazuko Shiraishi
  • ISBN: 9780140034264
  • Page: 263
  • Format: Paperback
  • First published by Penguin Books in 1972, the reissue of this volume is long overdue The book contains 37 examples of poetry and short stories by 18 acclaimed writers, including Oe Kenzaburo, Abe Kobo, Ishihara Shintaro and Mishima himself.

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      Published :2018-05-13T10:34:40+00:00

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    1. Introduction by Yukio Mishima: "Another basic rule [for inclusion in the collection] was to pay no regard to a novelist's or poet's standing within Japan. For in Japan, as anywhere else in the world, an author can make a name for himself through political or similar extraneous influence, and this may well conceal the inherent lack of worth in his writing." Isn't he sweet? Don’t worry, Yukio! No one will ever hate you as much as you hate yourself. I promise.That said, I was a bit disappointed b [...]

    2. The best part about this book is perhaps the large range of works, from abstract to realistic, from fiction to poetry, from traditional forms to modern. There's a piece for everyone in this text.

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