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[PDF / Epub] ✅ 金閣寺 By Yukio Mishima – Because of the boyhood trauma of seeing his mother make love to another man in the presence of his dying father Mizoguchi becomes a hopeless stutterer Taunted by his schoolmates he feels utterly aloneBecause of the boyhood trauma of seeing his mother make love to another man in the presence of his dying father Mizoguchi becomes a hopeless stutterer Taunted by h.

Is schoolmates he feels utterly alone until he becomes an acolyte at a famous temple in Kyoto He uickly becomes obsessed with the beauty of the temple Even when te.

金閣寺 epub 金閣寺 MOBIIs schoolmates he feels utterly alone until he becomes an acolyte at a famous temple in Kyoto He uickly becomes obsessed with the beauty of the temple Even when te.

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Kindle ↠ 金閣寺 ePUB ↠ Yukio Mishima 三島 由紀夫 was born in Tokyo in 1925 He graduated from Tokyo Imperial University’s School of Jurisprudence in 1947 His first published book The Forest in Full Bloom appeared in 1944 and he established himself as a major author with Confessions of a Mask 1949 From then until his death he continued to publish novels short stories and plays each year His crowning achievement th

10 thoughts on “金閣寺

  1. Adam Dalva Adam Dalva says:

    Kindle ↠ 金閣寺 ePUB ↠ 金閣寺 epub, 金閣寺 MOBII 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 the past twenty years and under present conditions this was bound to continue Under present conditions I was still a person of no importance In this country of Japan there were people by the million by the tens of millions who were tucked away

  2. Michael Finocchiaro Michael Finocchiaro says:

    Kindle ↠ 金閣寺 ePUB ↠ 金閣寺 epub, 金閣寺 MOBIThis 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 K

  3. Paquita Maria Sanchez Paquita Maria Sanchez says:

    Kindle ↠ 金閣寺 ePUB ↠ 金閣寺 epub, 金閣寺 MOBIOh 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 the Titanic is to Westerners anyway so don't go getting all sore with me like I'm maliciously ruining all your fun We are being multicultural and pretending we already knew about this major historical event before hearing of and reading Mishima's novel Who's with me? Then proceedMizoguchi Zen acolyte and aspiring spiritual figurehead of the centuries old Golden Temple in Kyoto develops a pathological reverence for and inevitable hatred of his place of worship Even well before Mizoguchi arrives in Kyoto he positions the Golden T

  4. Steven Godin Steven Godin says:

    Kindle ↠ 金閣寺 ePUB ↠ 金閣寺 epub, 金閣寺 MOBII 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 i

  5. Jimmy Jimmy says:

    Kindle ↠ 金閣寺 ePUB ↠ 金閣寺 epub, 金閣寺 MOBIOn 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 of his peers It is often conjectured that Yoken was either schizophrenic or suffered from some degree of mental illness And yet some observers such as the Japanese literary scholar Donald Keene think that Yoken’s motives to destroy the Kinkaku ji were inspired by feelings of i

  6. Gabrielle Gabrielle says:

    Kindle ↠ 金閣寺 ePUB ↠ 金閣寺 epub, 金閣寺 MOBI4 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 been given so that it not be damaged during the War and occupation Knowing what we know about Mishima’s politics and interests I’m not surprised that the event fascinated him he researched the topic in great details going as far as visiting the young monk during his imprisonment His fictionalization of the monk’s life and ultimate criminal act is not a simple retelling It is a deeply troubling character study and Mishima uses the character of Mizogushi to express his own thoughts about his country’s history his views on Rinzai Zen love and sex but especially the role of beauty in our temporary existenceI say it’s a troubling character study be

  7. Mizuki Mizuki says:

    Kindle ↠ 金閣寺 ePUB ↠ 金閣寺 epub, 金閣寺 MOBIPre 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

  8. Eddie Watkins Eddie Watkins says:

    Kindle ↠ 金閣寺 ePUB ↠ 金閣寺 epub, 金閣寺 MOBITo 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 drop converted into intellectual conceits; collect these drops and add to brain; replace sueezed out Dostoevsky heart with something pitiless; rehydrate with fanaticism and disembodied compassion and send it on its way through a convoluted and deterministic universe This recipe good for only one side of Mishima as he appears to have been a man who even as he refined his mind and body to a single point of final intensity kept his myriad contradictions in solution to serve as goad and fuel for that single min

  9. Lars Jerlach Lars Jerlach says:

    Kindle ↠ 金閣寺 ePUB ↠ 金閣寺 epub, 金閣寺 MOBIThe 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 to the moment when having finally destroyed it he smokes a cigarette in an

  10. Meike Meike says:

    Kindle ↠ 金閣寺 ePUB ↠ 金閣寺 epub, 金閣寺 MOBIEnglish 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 giving Golden Pavilion a 14th century Zen temple in Kyoto Mishima was fascinated by the story of the young criminal who at the trial stated that he wanted to destroy the building because of its beauty the author whose own obsession with beauty is reflected throughout his works even visited the arsonist in prison while working on the fictionalization of these events The outcome is an intriguing tour de force rendered from the perspective of a stuttering neurotic young narrator who projects his own needs on a sacred temple and gets lost in a mental maelstrom of his own making As we follow our protagonist from his childhood through his time at university and as an acolyte witnessing how he is easily manipulated and severed from his surroundings by his stilted emotions and urge to gain power control the c

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