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The Sailor Who Fell From Grace: the 90th Anniversary of Yukio ...

"I want to sit on rococo furniture wearing Levi's and an aloha shirt; that's my ideal of a life-style." - Yukio Mishima, 1959. Yukio Mishima's suicide in November 1970, with its grim invocation of samurai machismo, is probably the most famous ... Huffington Post, 2 weeks ago
Japan Times

Book clubs, biblio-Rx keep printed word alive

Smartphones and the Internet may have become an integral part of life, but the power of books — paper ones — is not all lost. A nationwide book club network and a bookstore that prescribes literary drugs to salve the human condition are a few ...
 Japan Times2 days ago

Viz Media's Haikasoru Literary Imprint Debuts Yuya Sato's Dendera

VIZ MEDIA 'S HAIKASORU LITERARY IMPRINT DEBUTS YUYA SATO'S EVOCATIVE NOVEL DENDERA Moving Novel Debuts In February About An Elderly's Woman's Resilience And Discovery Of A Hidden Utopian Community After Society Casts Her Aside San Francisco, ...
 Anime News Network1 week ago

Forum 2015: Special Screenings

The 1973 gangster film Joe Bullet was South African producer Tonie van der Merwe's attempt to conquer a new market. Inspired in equal measure by the black pop culture of the time and the American Blaxploitation genre, Louis de Witt's action-packed ...
 Web Newswire1 week ago
The Gulf Today

Back to the future

When night falls in Tokyo, the neon lights are full on. In the up-market area of Shinjuku, colourful beams of light race up and down the facades of buildings. The streets are teeming with people and the window fronts of the electronics stores are ...
 The Gulf Today1 week ago
The Japan News

Ono, Nishi awarded major literary prizes

The Yomiuri Shimbun Masatsugu Ono won the 152nd Akutagawa Prize for up-and-coming authors of literary fiction with his novel Ku Nen Mae no Inori (A prayer nine years ago), while the Naoki Prize, which spotlights popular literature, went to Kanako ...
 The Japan News2 weeks ago

Four Japanese were nominees for 64 Nobel literature prize: documents

STOCKHOLM Four Japanese writers including novelists Junichiro Tanizaki and Yukio Mishima were nominees for the 1964 Nobel Prize in literature, according to documents released by the Swedish Academy. The documents, made available at Kyodo News ...
 Japan Times4 weeks ago Four Japanese were nominees for '64 Nobel literature prize: documents  Japan Times4 weeks ago
Japan Times

Donald Keene reflects on 70-year Japan experience

My first visit to Japan was very short, only a week or so in December 1945. Three months earlier, while on the island of Guam, I had heard the broadcast by the Emperor announcing the end of the war. Soon afterward, I was sent from Guam to China to ...
 Japan Times1 month ago
The Fiscal Times

The Best Books of 2014: 5 Nonfiction Favorites

I shared my favorite fiction of 2014 yesterday. Today it's on to the nonfiction. The authors who made my list all had a clear narrative arc in place — a point of departure and a point of arrival — so that they weren't just stringing together ...
 The Fiscal Times1 month ago
New Statesman

The lure of the biopic: the best of an ever-popular film format

Biopics have always been with us and they always will: the lure of inbuilt audience familiarity, coupled with a ready-made narrative structure, amounts to a gift-horse that no sane producer would look in the mouth for very long. With numerous ...
 New Statesman1 month ago
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