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金閣寺 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 Alone Until He Becomes An Acolyte At A Famous Temple In Kyoto He Quickly Becomes Obsessed With The Beauty Of The Temple Even When Tempted By A Friend Into Exploring The Geisha District, He Cannot Escape Its Image In The Novel S Soaring Climax, He Tries Desperately To Free Himself From His Fixation.


About the Author: Yukio Mishima

Yukio Mishima 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. says:

    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.


  2. says:

    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 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 b


  3. says:

    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 an


  4. says:

    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 consequence a character in history, who, had he not committed such an acrimonious act, would not have been remembered today He suffered from a debilitati


  5. says:

    Alt n K k Tap na yap s yla bir st kurmaca zelli i ta rken, asl nda yazar n b t n eserlerinde g rd m z kendisi merkezli bir roman Konusunu, 1950 senesinde, Kyoto da ya anan ger ek bir olaydan alan kitap Mishima n n elinde ok katmanl , karanl k bir d nme eklinin g sterisi haline gelmi Bu Denizi Yitiren Denizci den al k n oldu umuz bir ey asl nda, ancak orada hikayenin kont rle


  6. says:

    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 ashes Peace 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


  7. says:

    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, to the moment when, having finally destroyed it, he smokes a cigarette in an almost post coital act of defiance Until this last dramatic act, th


  8. says:

    Yukio Mi ima hep bir g n s ras gelecek olan yazarlardan biriydi benim i in ve bir t rl s ras gelmeyenlerden Herkesin vard r b yle yazarlar , kesin okuyaca m deyip bir t rl ba lamad klar K smet bug neymi okuma grubumuzun bu ay okuyaca iki kitaptan biriydi Alt n K k Tap na , yoksa ben Mi ima ya buradan ba lamay hi d nmemi tim Ben genelde b y k yazarlar n en bilinen, en temel denilen eserleri il


  9. says:

    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 squeeze, using occult Buddhist techniques, until the heart s emotional essence is drop by drop converted into intellectual conceits collect these drops and add to brain re


  10. says:

    1950


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