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    PDF 金閣寺 Yukio Mishima Ý 4 characters Read & Download ✓ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Ý Yukio Mishima I walked back and forth in front of the Nishijin police station It was evening and several of the windows were brightly lit I noticed a police detective hurrying into the building He was wearing an open neck shirt and was carrying a briefcase No one paid any attention too me No one had paid any attention to me during th

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    PDF 金閣寺 Yukio Mishima Ý 4 characters Read & Download ✓ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Ý Yukio Mishima Oh yes you do so want to read this novel I would mark the following synopsis as a spoiler but all is revealed in the introduction and the events that inspired the book are about as big a mystery for the Japanese as what happened to

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    Yukio Mishima Ý 4 characters Read & Download ✓ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Ý Yukio Mishima PDF 金閣寺 I have twice in the past tried to read Mishima firstly 'Spring Snow' which at the time for what ever reason just couldn't seem to get into it although will definitely return there in due course Secondly had a go at 'The Sailor Who Fell From Grace With The Sea' but didn't like his nihilistic portrayal of youth Th

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    PDF 金閣寺 On 1 July 1950 during the Allied Occupation of Japan a Buddhist monk by the name of Yoken Hayashi set fire to the Kinkaku ji or as it is known in English ‘The Temple of the Golden Pavilion’ Yoken was a man of little conseuence; a character in history who had he not committed such an acrimonious act would not have been remembered today He suffered from a debilitating stutter and was considered ugly by many

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    PDF 金閣寺 4 and a half stars rounded upIn 1950 a young monk set the beautiful Kinkaku Ji or Golden Pavilion on fire This acolyte was arrested but ultimately released as he was declared mentally ill This act of arson shocked Japan deeply as the building was a protected national monument and special instructions had even bee

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    PDF 金閣寺 Pre review When the Golden Temple got bombed perhaps the phoenix statue at the rooftop would be awakened as a re

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    PDF 金閣寺 characters 金閣寺 To make one Mishima take one dehydrated Dostoevsky; remove all hair and whiskers go all the way give old Dos a full Brazilian then polish to a steely sheen; carefully remove the heart and brain; take the heart between both hands and sueeze using occult Buddhist techniues until the heart’s emotional essence is drop by

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    PDF 金閣寺 Yukio Mishima Ý 4 characters characters 金閣寺 The Temple of the Golden Pavilion traces the curious relationship between a young stuttering priest named Mizoguchi and the Golden Pavilion from the time when his father first introduces him to the serene and incomparable beauty of the temple

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    PDF 金閣寺 English The Temple Of The Golden PavilionThis classic novel is based on a real incident In 1950 an aspiring Buddhist monk set fire to the title

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  • Hardcover
  • 247
  • 金閣寺
  • Yukio Mishima
  • English
  • 06 March 2020
  • 9780679433156

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Summary ã 金閣寺 104 N brilliantly portrays the passions and agonies of a young man in postwar Japan bringing to the subject the erotic imagination and instinct for the dramatic moment that marked Mishima as one of the towering makers of modern fiction With an introduction by Donald Keene; Translated from the Japanese by Ivan MorrisBook Jacket Status Jacket. Pre review When the Golden Temple got bombed perhaps the phoenix statue at the rooftop would be awakened as a real undying phoenix and rose from the flame and the ashesPeace was kept when death and violence were on display publicly and regularly So the one thing that should be made public properly is execution Actually I read the Taiwanese translation of the story so the above uotes are not from the English translationRating 35 starsI think the first half of the novel is really brilliant and it can easily win 4 or 5 stars The author Yukio Mishima wrote in a slightly smei autobiographical way a twisted coming of age story and this coming of age story is based on a real incident of a young monk s burning of Temple of the Golden Pavilion in the post WWII eraHowever near the ending part and the narration about the MC doing damages to his own life starts to drag that s why the rating has been loweredWhat I really like about the story is the description of the young protagonist s reaction on Japan s defeat in WWII his inferior complex due to his physical disability and a weak unimpressive body I can envision Mishima applying his own thoughts and emotion on these parts and his obsession with the shining perfection which is the Temple of the Golden PavilionIn the few Mr Mishima s novels that I d read there are always an obsession with beauty and perfection and death love and betrayal nihility and destruction etc Without those elements The Temple of the Golden Pavilion would simply fall apart as a novel Plus I really like how Mr Mishima described his young MC s sense of alienation and being rejected by the normal world I can imagine this sense of alienation is relied to Mr Misima being a homosexual young man growing up in the WWII Japan where the existence of homosexuality or other forms of sexual deviance and desires were barely even acknowledged I ve never been to the real life Temple of the Golden Pavilion before but I d been to the Temple of the Silver Pavilion aka Jish ji or Ginkaku ji during my visit to KyotoLink Link

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Summary ã 金閣寺 104 The temple he fixates on the structure’s aesthetic perfection and it becomes the one and only object of his desire But as Mizoguchi begins to perceive flaws in the temple he determines that the only true path to beauty lies in an act of horrendous violence Based on a real incident that occurred in 1950 The Temple of the Golden Pavilio. I have twice in the past tried to read Mishima firstly Spring Snow which at the time for what ever reason just couldn t seem to get into it although will definitely return there in due course Secondly had a go at The Sailor Who Fell From Grace With The Sea but didn t like his nihilistic portrayal of youth The Temple of the Golden Pavilion was far accessible and enticing but still retained a serious and disturbing tone Based on this evidence Mishima was somebody that held traditional Japanese religion very highly and reading through this it was almost impossible to shake off the though of his ritual suicide and if I had to pick one key word that best describes this work that would be sacrifice Following the footsteps of protagonist Mizoguchi who enters into the Buddhist priesthood gives a compulsive insight to a life of strict code and dedication After witnessing the radiance of a famous temple in Kyoto with his dying Father Mizoguchi becomes transfixed and believes his future is set in stone regarding his ambitions Turning against his Mother for reasons of sexual deviation he becomes or less a lonerafter losing his good friend Tsurukawa he drifts through his life and education giving himself to the temple he would see a change in his person with one true focus that left me shocked stunned and sorrowfulOf all the Japanese writer s I have come across so far Mishima is probably the best in terms of depth the narrative here is precise and absorbing and as mentioned before this was a great place to start for a first timer You really get a sense of this world and as a westerner reading of the east there is always something educational to pick up on The temple itself feels just as much alive as all those withinSo it would come as no surprise that the ending didn t sit well with me how could a place of such historical significance be treated in this way I am sure there is some sort of deeper meaning to the ending but by this time I had given up caring as the actions of Mizoguchi where just far too self centered and disrespectful to his ancestors Also Mishima s perception of women in this novel were not exactly doing them any favours either But his writing I strongly admire and will no doubt read of his work beautifully descriptive but also savagely doom laden

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Summary ã 金閣寺 104  In The Temple of the Golden Pavilion celebrated Japanese novelist Yukio Mishima creates a haunting and vivid portrait of a young man’s obsession with idealized beauty and his destructive uest to possess it fullyMizoguchi an ostracized stutterer develops a childhood fascination with Kyoto’s famous Golden Temple While an acolyte at. This story by Mishima is a beautiful tale about obsession and how it destroys the bearer It is a fable loosely based on the true story of the burning of the Kinka kuji temple in Kyoto I visited it once it is absolutely sublime A must read for entering into the awesome universe of Mishima s writing