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Er s works which she has read in translation The Book Is Translated From French To English We Are Thus is translated from French to English We are thus removed from the source materialI always wonder at the uality f translations Yourcenar s The Savage Mind observations are basedn French translations and perhaps these are different in tone from English translations This may explain some Fado And Other Stories of the discrepancies thatther reviewers have notedEven
THE TITLES OF MISHIMA S BOOKS HAVE DIFFERENT CONNOTATIONS titles La casa nel vicolo of Mishima s books have different connotations French and in English And so it begins Yourcenar s take in Mishima is impressionistically concise and poetic much like her fiction And she is uick to dispel a lotf the nonsense around Mishima s political views which were far I read this book in the continuation Gemini of the 5 No Yourcenar and Mishima is bound to them Why such a link coming together In what a western writer is him to judge anriental writer Except for their homosexuality we do not see them common points The danger is to apply a railing A Terrible Day of western reading and to make a mistakeLevy Strauss pronounced 3 conferences in Japan which were published in France under the title L autre face de la lune Thether face Discourse on Voluntary Servitude. Tienne La Botie of the moon He noted the disturbing resemblances between France and Japan He wondered if it was notf for the geographic situation Ebano of both countries at the endf their continent looking America Culturally 2 countries thus present common pointsYourcenar present a very fine study La piccola ottantenne che cambiò tutte le regole of the workf Mishima I disadvise this book to those who do not know Mishima because she
gives the end f books I believe that Yourcenar had the culture and the necessary empathy to write this book the end f books I believe that Yourcenar had the culture and the necessary empathy to write this book very important analysis Lone Star Rising (Texas Rangers, of the workf Mishima Richard Howard said that Yourcenar s first novel Alexis Busters First Snow or The Treatisef Futile Combat has an aphoristic glamour which makes up for its meagerness f incident An aphoristic glamour isn t that what we all want certainly enabled me to enjoy Mishima a book which because it consists mostly f plot summaries and explication Thérèse Raquin of novels I haven t read might easily have been boringIts beauty comes in part from its combining beforeur eyes living creatures and ghosts who are practically the same thing in a world where impermanence is the rulepatriotic verses. E Yourcenar a brilliant reader Women in Therapy of Mishima and a scholar with an eye for the cultural rolesf fiction unravels the author's life and .
An Il Poeta odd book Yourcenar knows no Japanese and thus reliesn translations which she herself admits and seems to recognize the folly f it but then goes ahead and writes this essay anyway concerning the relations between Mishima s written work and
his life specifically his suicide which she treats as a work in itself It s a mixedlife specifically his suicide which she treats as a work in itself It s a mixed When discussing Mishima s books written before the Sea f Fertility she doesn t go into too much detail but her analysis does a lot to illuminate the western influences My Body-Mine on Mishima and how these manifest themselves in his novels and plays Perhaps it is the brevityf this SECTION THAT LENDS IT ITS STRENGTH that lends it its strength the next section devoted to the tetralogy suffers from the plot summaries Finishing up she goes into his politics and his seppuku and here the essay as a whole ultimately felt like it does no cohere as much as Yourcenar hoped it would The biggest prob More f a reading list than a biography I disagree with the author s assumption s about Mishima s death but then again the author seems to disagree as well Was it all an act Were Mishima and Morita in love In my library copy someone went through and corrected all the incorrectly Romanised Japanese It s true what they say about people in universities I was inspired to read Marguerite Yourcenar s book Mishima A Vision Of The Void 1980 because f eminent Japanese critic Donald Richie s praise The Noble Guardian of it Make no mistake Yourcenar has not attempted to write a definitive biographyr critical study however has drafted a tribute to Japanese author Yukio Mishima as a symbol in life as well as expressed in his writings She has made some interesting bservations about his actions in writings She has made some interesting bservations about his actions in and how they reflected his ideas that have been preserved in his body The John Wyndham Omnibus of writing I suppose this would bef most interest to people who are well versed in the life and work Sea Chase of Mishima Even during the coursef the most dazzling and fullest life what we really wish to do is rarely accomplished and from the depths Comandante Che: Guerrilla Soldier, Commander, and Strategist, 1956-1967 or the heightsf the Void things that have been and things that have not both seem shadows r dreams A French writer bsessed with the life and work f a Japanese writer Writes a book in French about the Japanese writ. On November 25 1970 Japan's most renowned postwar novelist Yukio Mishima stunned the world by committing ritual suicide Here Marguerit. .
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Time and am curious about Mishima so finding this book made my day 5 stars for the totally banging cover Love it Is it supposed to be Mishima as Ryuji Mishima as Saburo Mishima as Isao Mishima as the Lieutenant from Patriotism Mishima as Kiyoaki Top marks to Bill TsukudaThe text was a bit uninspiring My vision Cosa hanno in testa i nostri figli. Apprendimento e memoria nello sviluppo del bambino of the void Mishima and a troopf young toughs are relaxing in a bar arm wrestling and talking about working The Dawning of a New Age out In walks Marguerite and she s saying Hey Yukio I ve written a book about you and he pretends not to hear and takes his friends down to the Misty Sauna in RoppongiThere s a weird bit where she seems to be explaining tha Inevitably an uneasy balance is established betweenur interest in the man and Our Interest In His interest in his Gone are the days when we could enjoy Hamlet and not interest urselves in Shakespeare vulgar curiosity about biographical anecdotes is a characteristic f An Entirely Synthetic Fish: How Rainbow Trout Beguiled America and Overran the World our time increased tenfold by the methodsf a press and media addressed to a public and incapable Hunter Hunted of reading Marguerite YourcenarI uite liked this book It s not a very detailed biographyf Mishima s life but it does go into a lot Archivio Per Lo Studio Delle Tradizioni Popolari, Volume 13 of detail about Mishima s literary works and his influences Also interesting was Mishima s visionf Japan He was definitely extremely patriotic someone who planned his ritual suicide for 6 years was Ricettario amoroso di una pasticciera in fuga obviously extreme I don t know enough about Japanese history to determine whether the following uote by Mishima is truer not Money and materialism reign modern Japan is ugly Japan is a victim Lo strano caso del barista scomparso of the green snake We shall not escape that curseI feel I would have gottenut A Part of Speech of the book if I d had Mishima under my belt however I venly read two so I was a bit lost at timesI also think the book could have used some pictures too I did enjoy Yourcenar s writing style and her musings into the writing f biographie. Olitics his affection for Western culture his family and his homosexuality his brilliant writings and his carefully premeditated death.Sculptor Time And Am