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Three Japanese Short Stories

read Ö E-book, or Kindle E-pub Ê Ryūnosuke Akutagawa

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that closer accessible I have been a huge Because It Feels Good fan of the short stories of Ry nosuke Akutagawa ever since I read a brief and ingeniousable of his called Sennin in The Book of Fantasy edited by Borges That was many years ago Since then I always pounce when I see a volume that contains one of his tales This was the reason why I purchased this little bookThe Akutagawa story it National Populism: The Revolt Against Liberal Democracy (Pelican Books) features is every bit as excellent as I had hoped But the real surpriseor me was how good the other two stories were both by writers I had never heard of Nagai Kafu and Uno Koji Now I want to seek out of their work I am also looking The Christmas Scorpion (Jack Reacher, forward to theorthcoming Penguin Book of Japanese Short Stories of which this book is a sampler Oh but once one has returned to the land of one s birth there is no place constricting ones surroundings no longer permit such And the Crooked Places Made Straight freedom and one can no longer simply transcend the demands of social positionrom Behind The Prison by Nagai Kaf translated by Jay Rubin januaryinjapan I hadn t realised till I picked this up that the three stories in this pocket modern classic were taken The Obliterated Man fromorthcoming at the time the Penguin Book of Japanese Short Stories which I also have a copy of So if you too own a copy of the latter you don t need this one If you don t this is a perfect little book that you can tuck into Figlio dellolocausto for a little dose of Japanese litThe stories included are all written by authors who are long dead but the stories of a Japan gone by are lively and memorablerom that Of The Return Of The the return of the seemingly unfilial son to that of a lazy literal closet law graduate to a wuxia esue tale of old Japan reminding us of the skewing of history in Mr Majeika and the School Book Week favour of the viewpoint of the one writing it I enjoyed reading all of these my thanks to the translator Jay Rubinor bringing these works to an English speaking audienceFYI the stories included are Behind The Prison Nagai Kaf Closet LLB Uno K ji General Kim Akutagawa Ry nosuke. Em and George Orwell to Shirley Jackson; essays radical and inspiring; poems moving and disturbing; stories surreal and abulous; taking us rom the deep South to modern Japan New York's underground scene to the arthest reaches of outer space. Onally terrifying of the three Like Sansaku I Had Embraced Goal I had the unshakeable goal becoming a novelist as a child and I too steep myself in literature while I have supposedly settled into and here is the most obvious difference medicine Thankfully studying medicine was my own choice and I hope to become something of a Paul Kalanithi or Atul Gawande But my goodness may I never be reduced to a SansakuHow much un are you getting out of lifeGeneral Kim This last story New Years Rockin Evil (Futurama Comics fits the blurb best beguiling strangeunny and hair raising A delightfully surreal parody of Patriotism with a capital P to round it all off Overall these new Penguin Moderns are great bite sized tasters or new authors and unfamiliar cultures I have been making an effort to read non English literature and these have been amazing or that A Tough Girl fine opportunity is presented to read 3 short stories by accomplished Japanese authorsTheirst story is ascinating because it speaks of the culture and a western thinking reader will learn a good deal about honour and status Like a prodigal son without the means to ulfil their potentialThe self awareness of the returning boy is painful but the descriptive narrative marks out this stories worth The second story is also about unfulfilled potential despite having the academic skills to succeed Our protagonist is sidetracked by dreams of writing Perfect Phrases for Lead Generation for a living Even when a rich relative steps in to help the lad indifference and lack of perseverance thwarts anyinancial assistance He has earned a poor degree in law doing the least amount of work and learns little of practical value to enter the profession Not that this is his desire he wants to write Conversationally Speaking fairy talesHe dreams his life away talks a gooduture in his sleep but had no direction to walk the walk when awakeThe third story is very short and is a cautionary tale in a country s pride and patriotism this is the hardest one to euate with one s usual reading experienceIt is always good to push literary ideas and leave the amil. Ting the pioneering spirit of the iconic Penguin Modern Classics series with each one offering a concentrated hit of its contemporary international lavour Here are authors ranging Red November from Kathy Acker to James Baldwin Truman Capote to Stanislaw 35 starsReluctant to write and post its review since late last month I thought a reason might be my unfamiliarity with Uno Koji whose works I ve never read while the other two are relativelyamiliar the irst being Nagai Kafu who is brand new to me and I m reading his Geisha in Rivalry Tuttle 1963 the second being one of the highly acclaimed I m reading his Geisha in Rivalry Tuttle 1963 the second being one of the highly acclaimed amous Japanese authors Ryunosuke Akutagawa whose Rashoman And Seventeen Other Stories Penguin Seventeen Other Stories Penguin I enjoyed reading in April 2010Recommended to ledgling newcomers as Japanophiles these short stories would introduce them to the Three beguiling strange unny and hair raising tales of imprisonment memory and atrocity A Gentleman for Dry Creek (Dry Creek, from early twentieth century Japan back cover For instance Iound this part in Behind the Prison amazing due to its descriptive power that reminded me of my childhood memories on being awaken rom sleep at night in the midst of wild storm With Heavy Rainfalls Sometime Pounding Off And On At The heavy rainfalls sometime pounding off and on at the galvanized iron roof with Architecture by Birds and Insects fierce thunder both nearby andar away like a symphony over our house at night in rural Thailand some 60 years ago the sounds of the raindrops striking them varying Beyond Carnival from light to heavy depending on the thickness of their leaves The shower symphony rises to a great crescendo with the rumbling bass drum of thunder that rolls through to beollowed by the gentle moderato of the green Microsociology frogslutes and a Lefty final hush as sudden as the piece s opening pp 10 11To continue Heroes have always been monsters who crushed sentimentalism underfoot Behind the Prison Lethally sharp satire whetted against uncomfortably relatable truths Behind the Prison is at once uproarious and unapologetically pessimisticNo nothing in this world is as oppressive and debilitating as blood tiesFor her I would gladlyerry across the Sumida on the coldest winter day to buy her those sakura mochi sweets rom old Edo that she loved so much But medicine Not even on the warmest day would I want to go buy her medicineCloset LLB The most pers. 'Oh the cruelty of time that destroys all things'Beguiling strange and hair raising tales rom early 20th century Japan Nagai's Behind the Prison Uno's Closet LLB and Akutagawa's deeply macabre General KimPenguin Modern ifty new books celebra. .