Morte di mezza estate e altri racconti

Morte di mezza estate e altri racconti

Yukio Mishima Marco Amante / Jan 26, 2020

Morte di mezza estate e altri racconti I dieci racconti di Morte di mezza estate rappresentano il meglio della narrativa breve di Mishima L intreccio di contemplazione e azione di impassibilit e passione di ansia di protagonismo e indagi

  • Title: Morte di mezza estate e altri racconti
  • Author: Yukio Mishima Marco Amante
  • ISBN: 9788878195806
  • Page: 392
  • Format: Paperback
  • I dieci racconti di Morte di mezza estate rappresentano il meglio della narrativa breve di Mishima L intreccio di contemplazione e azione, di impassibilit e passione, di ansia di protagonismo e indagine sulle dimensioni interiori dell esistenza, trova in queste pagine la sua compiuta espressione anche in virt di un linguaggio multiforme, ora aggressivo ora freddo, ora tI dieci racconti di Morte di mezza estate rappresentano il meglio della narrativa breve di Mishima L intreccio di contemplazione e azione, di impassibilit e passione, di ansia di protagonismo e indagine sulle dimensioni interiori dell esistenza, trova in queste pagine la sua compiuta espressione anche in virt di un linguaggio multiforme, ora aggressivo ora freddo, ora tumultuoso ora lineare Interprete di questa drammatica ambivalenza, Mishima, il pi occidentale degli intellettuali giapponesi del suo tempo, ha saputo incarnare il dualismo lacerante di un paese, e di un popolo, diviso tra un prepotente sviluppo industriale e un continuo richiamo a costumi, rituali e valori di tipo tradizionale.

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      • Yukio Mishima Marco Amante

        Yukio Mishima is the pen name of Kimitake Hiraoka who was a Japanese author, poet and playwright, famous for both his highly notable post war writings and the circumstances of his ritual suicide by seppuku Mishima wrote 40 novels, 18 plays, 20 books of short stories, and at least 20 books of essays, one libretto, as well as one film A large portion of this oeuvre comprises books written quickly for profit, but even if these are disregarded, a substantial body of work remains.He was recognized as one of the most important post war stylists of the Japanese language.


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    1. Have you seen Yukio Mishima? He's a really buff Japanese guy. He might be carrying a big ass sword. He's probably wearing tighty whiteys because he was wearing little white underpants in every photo I've ever seen of him. How many really buff Japanese guys with swords in little white underwear can there be? SOMEONE must have seen him. Will you tell him that I changed my mind about thinking he was kinda good but not really favorite material? That maybe he was kinda too melodramatic for someone as [...]


    2. Throughout my life I have written hundreds of short stories; some stretching to thousands of words, and some only a paragraph or two. It’s strange that someone who admits to avoiding short fiction, for the most part, would be so drawn to writing it himself. Although I guess it sums up my personality. In any case, it isn’t that I don’t like short stories but, rather, that I think most of them are poor [including my own, most likely]. The masters of the form – Carver, Chekhov et al – sho [...]


    3. Morte em Pleno Verão - ★★★★★Três Milhões de Ienes - ★★★Garrafas-Termos - ★★★★O Sacerdote do Templo de Shiga e o Seu Amor - ★★★★ As Sete Pontes - ★★★★Patriotismo - ★★★★★ (!!!)Onnagata - ★★★★"«É isto, o seppuku?», pensou. Dir-se-ia que era o caos absoluto, como se o céu lhe tivesse desabado sobre a cabeça e o mundo, embriagado, cambaleasse () Pareceu-lhe inacreditável que, no meio de um tão terrível sofrimento, o que podia ser ol [...]


    4. Gostei de ler Mishima, embora sinta uma espécie de amor-ódio pela sua escrita, por um lado a rigidez formal confere-lhe um controlo sumptuoso da escrita, nomeadamente do ritmo e consequente envolvência do leitor, por outro lado, essa mesma rigidez contamina o ideário com um conservadorismo que me afasta pela atrocidade humanista que comporta.Morte em Pleno Verão: 4.8Três Milhões de Ienes: 3Garrafas-Termos: 3.5O Sacerdote do Templo de Shiga e o Seu Amor: 4.5As Sete Pontes: 3Patriotismo: 5O [...]



    5. Mişima ölmeden önce "İnsan yaşamı kısa, ama ben hep yaşayacağım” notunu bırakmış.Dört arkadaşıyla bir generali esir aldıktan sonra, seppuku (harakiri) yaparak kendini öldürmeye çalışmış ve yakın arkadaşlarından birisinin kılıçla başını kesmesi sonucu hayata veda etmiş. Sigara (Tabako) öyküsü, kendisi kadar yalnız ve meczup Baudelaire'in "her yere düşerken güneş ışıkları, tükendi gençliğim zifiri karanlık fırtınalarda." sözleriyle başlıyor. [...]


    6. Esta edição reúne um conjunto de dez contos, um dos quais (Dojoji) em forma de peça de teatro. São contos relativamente breves, escolhidos pelo próprio autor para comporem esta colectânea, fortemente imbuídos da cultura japonesa do pós-guerra, e maioritariamente com finais abertos ou enigmáticos. Os temas são diversos bem como os sentimentos que deles procedem, desde a melancolia do conto que dá título ao livro, ao lirismo de O Sacerdote do Templo de Shiga e o seu amor, à intensida [...]


    7. Comecei lançada, ansiosa para descobrir a escrita deste autor. Este livro reúne 7 contos, no primeiro (que partilha o nome com o livro) fiquei desiludida, a situação pareceu-me demasiado explicada, não fui afectada pela tristeza da história.Foi só no quarto conto que o autor me pareceu revelar um pouco da sua magia: suave e delicada. Continuei envolvida até ao penúltimo conto, "Patriotismo", na minha opinião o melhor de todo o livro. A história é devastadora, a forma de a contar alte [...]


    8. Ler Mishima pode ser ao mesmo tempo a melhor das aventuras e o pior dos tédiosNeste conjunto de contos ficam apenas três na retina, um sobre mortes de familiares na distração da praia, um sobre um monge que se apaixona pela mais bela das mulheres e outro visceral onde um casal se suicida à velha maneira japonesa


    9. horribly visceral and terrible at times, each of these stories subtly keeps us in the characters' present, often mundane moments. mishima covers the quiet death of children on a beach outside of tokyo, awfully repressed homosexuality in a kabuki theater, and the passing lives of former lovers in japan as they try to reconnect unexpectedly in downtown San Francisco. at once fantastic and reserved, the book is wonderfully moving reading- but the sort of moving that keeps you still. good shit.


    10. its summer time in los angeles. so i know we are all thinking about suicide. if only i was a samurai. if only i had a blade. it would truly cut down on my bus ride from culver city to west hollywood. would booksoup miss me at all?tosh would. he introduced me to mishima. to his videos on youtube and to shrader on dvd worries, i'll be in for the tommy chong event tomorrow, but


    11. Que escrita maravilhosa. Não há outro adjectivo. Delicada, todavia de uma grande força e capacidade de nos mergulhar nas emoções das personagens.Este livro reúne três contos: 'Morte em Pleno Verão', 'Patriotismo' e 'Onnagata'. A primeira história centra-se à volta de Tomoko e Masaru, um casal que perde os dois filhos mais velhos, um menino e uma menina de seis e cinco anos, respectivamente, afogados no mar, juntamente com a cunhada Yasue. Yasue era irmã da Masaru e tomava conta das cr [...]


    12. Suppose I could talk about "The Priest of Shiga Temple and His Love". But anything I said would just spoil it. Mishima deserves his mysteries kept for those interested enough to discover them personally. I will say that this story made think very deeply on the nature of love and spirituality. Human beings are such strange and perverse animals. They can spend a whole lifetime consciously trying to attain an abstract spiritual ideal only to throw it all away in an instant of futile passion. Desire [...]


    13. DEATH IN MIDSUMMER and other stories. (1966). Yukio Mishima. ***.This is a collection of ten short stories previously published in Japan by this renowned writer and translated into English by one of four different translators. You have to get ready to react in a non-Occidental manner to these tales in order to get their flavor. The Japanese sensibility is very different from ours to events that occur in their lives. The title story is, in my opinion, was one of the very best of the lot – if no [...]


    14. The reason I'm adding my old beloved books is because I simply can not find time to read new ones as life is hectic right now. I read this collection of short stories (for both writer and reader a convenient form in busy lives) a long time ago. I particularly loved The Pearl, but glancing through the title story to remember what beguiled me, I once again found myself in awe of the sheer brilliance of his descriptions of landscape before he leads you into the ordinary, then the tragedy in this st [...]


    15. I don't know whether to mark this book as read. And this is a dilemma I repeatedly suffer with short story collections. I have already read from it the stories I wanted to. I doubt if I will pick it again, but at the same time, I would like to remember those few stories. The powerful impact of Death in midsummer or the poetic nature of the suicide in Patriotism. I wonder if writing so beautifully about suicide is what drew Mishima to the romanticism of killing oneself. My favourite was Death in [...]


    16. This is an extraordinary collection of stories. My favorite, "Patriotism," is a beautiful and powerful story about a young general and his wife's response to the attempted coup d'etat in 1936. In other stories in the collection, Mishima deftly explores smaller dramas: the long aftermath of a family tragedy; disappointed love; infidelity; the results of a tasteless joke upon a group of friends.I especially appreciated the stories' endings; sometimes they involved an unexpected twist, while other [...]


    17. Coleção de contos de qualidade variável, com tons sombrios e trágicos e um pouquinho de humor pro negócio não ficar muito deprimente. A representação negativa das mulheres de Mishima começa a me cansar.Os contos que eu mais gostei foram "Morte em pleno verão", "O sacerdote do Templo Shiga e seu amor", "Patriotismo" e "Onnagata".


    18. Without doubt my favorite stories are the priest of Shiga temple and Onnagata. I'm really starting to like Mishima even if i have a hard time reading him.


    19. Derin analizler ve ince betimlemeler içeren bir öykü kitabı. Öyküler şaşırtıcı bir şekilde ve bıçakla kesilmiş gibi sonlanıyor. Beğendim. "Yaşamımız yalnızca uyarıcı şeylerle kuşatılmış değildir. Yaşam bazen insanı uyutuverir. İyi yaşamayı başarabilen insanlar sürekli uyanık olanlar değildir. Arada sırada kararlılıkla uyuyabilen insanlardır." Yaz Ortasında Ölüm, 3. Baskı, sf: 172


    20. This guy has the dark side of humankind down. He knows what it is to be human and experience pain (or so it seems). Grieving, death, decay, truthful and raw emotion, etc. I hate to compare him to Hemingway (I have heard this comparison before, I am totally unoriginal and am stealing that comparison), but he is like a dark, brutal, more emotional HemingwayFrom Japan! It seems his stories always have a snap at the end that the rest of the story leads up to. I can't think of a better example of Fre [...]


    21. Yukio Mishima is one of the best modern writers of Japan.This book is one of his famous works, no doubt. Right. Stories in this book are really beautiful, enchanting , and poetic. His stories nail on tiny details to paint the overall pictures. There are tons of symbols (culture, politics etc) and implications behind the surface.Some of his stories are quite bitter about the modernization and Westernization of Japanese culture,the trying-too-hard effort to copy Western /American lifestyles of Jap [...]


    22. A haunting sense of sadness and tragedy pervades Mishima’s writing. This collection of nine short stories and one short play focuses on themes of loss, death, honor, superstition, jealousy, motives, and piety. Although I am woefully ignorant of Japanese history and culture, I feel that these stories are somehow intense primers, or insights, to a world it would otherwise take me much longer to appreciate and comprehend.I read the story “Patriotism” quite coincidentally on the 4th of July. B [...]


    23. Sete pequenos contos estão insertos neste notável livro de Yukio Mishima.E de todos eles, apenas um não me seduziu grandemente: “Garrafas- Termos”. Todos os outros têm suficientes motivos de interesse para que eu dê ao livro, no seu conjunto, cinco estrelas sem hesitar.São contos muito diferentes entre si, nos temas, mas com alguns pontos comuns, nomeadamente serem contos que nos revelam o mundo japonês, como uma sociedade muito especial, com particularidades únicas. E claro, outro t [...]


    24. "Violence, homosexuality and the spiritual emptiness of post-war Japan: these were Mishima's key themes. But not all of these nine stories (and one play) exemplify them; for there was also a streak of wry, ironic humour. Here, then, is truly compelling reading. There is shock, explosion, illumination. Here is Mishima. Here is Japan."That's the boast on tha back of my 1971 Penguin edition, and it's true!I'm usually not a fan of characters taking themselves too seriously, so I'm not sure why I don [...]


    25. Mishima shows himself to be excel in the short story as well as the novel in this collection, but the stories are a little harder to understand. There's one story that is actually FUNNY. Can anyone imagine Mishima writing a funny story? Overall, bleak, harsh, violent, beautiful, classic Mishima.



    26. განსაკუთრებით მომეწონა "სიკვდილი შუა ზაფხულში" და "წყლის ხმა". ბოლო, საერთოდ, ერთ–ერთი საუკეთესო მოთხრობაა რაც კი ოდესმე წამიკითხავს.


    27. The short story "Patriotism" is like THE quintessential Mishima work. It's full of all his masturbatory idealism about death, honor, youth, beauty, and suicide. All it's missing is some repressed homosexuality.



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