The Autobiography of Ozaki Yukio

87, 135, 172, 187, 282, 292; opposes Ito Hirobumi's plan to organize own party,
169 Ozaki Saburo; 66 Ozaki Yukio ch1ldhood, 3-5; ancestry of, 3-4; torture ... 352;
tree planting during, 231 Ozaki Yukio's travel; tour of Kyushu, 26-27; trip to ...

The Autobiography of Ozaki Yukio

Author: Yukio Ozaki

Publisher: Princeton University Press

ISBN: 9780691050959

Page: 455

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His autobiography, available in English for the first time, gives an insider's account of key episodes and leaders over seven decades of Japanese history."--BOOK JACKET.

Yukio Mishima s Report to the Emperor

The mystic teachings of the Zohar also state that a man on a journey is in a
condition of greatest honour , because the Divine Presence journeys with him . A
travelling man , however , risks 76 YUKIO MISHIMA ' S REPORT TO THE
EMPEROR.

Yukio Mishima s Report to the Emperor

Author: Richard Appignanesi

Publisher:

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Page: 470

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The extraordinary story of Yukio Mishima, perhaps Japan's greatest writer, extreme right-wing thinker and homosexual, recreated in a dramatic and funny novel.

Yukio Mishima

Mishima's journeys to the West were also frequent. He had made a ten-day trip to
New York in the summer of 1964, where he was reported to have been
specifically on the lookout for gay sex,4 and in March 1965 accepted an invitation
from ...

Yukio Mishima

Author: Damian Flanagan

Publisher: Reaktion Books

ISBN: 1780234198

Page: 224

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The most internationally acclaimed Japanese author of the twentieth century, Yukio Mishima (1925–70) was a prime candidate for the Nobel Prize. But the prolific author shocked the world in 1970 when he attempted a coup d’état that ended in his suicide by ritual disembowelment. In this radically new analysis of Mishima’s extraordinary life, Damian Flanagan deviates from the stereotypical depiction of a right-wing nationalist and aesthete, presenting the author instead as a man in thrall to the modern world while also plagued by hidden neuroses and childhood trauma that pushed him toward his explosive final act. Flanagan argues that Mishima was a man obsessed with the concepts of time and “emperor,” and reveals how these were at the heart of his literature and life. Untangling the distortions in the writer’s memoirs, Flanagan traces the evolution of Mishima’s attempts to master and transform his sexuality and artistic persona. While often perceived as a solitary protest figure, Mishima, Flanagan shows, was very much in tune with postwar culture—he took up bodybuilding and became a model and actor in the 1950s, adopted the themes of contemporary political scandals in his work, courted English translators, and became influenced by the student protests and hippie subculture of the late 1960s. A groundbreaking reevaluation of the author, this succinct biography paints a revealing portrait of Mishima’s life and work.

A Study Guide for Yukio Mishima s The Sound of Waves

Napier, Susan, Escape from the Wasteland: Romanticism and Realism in the
Fiction of Mishima Yukio and Oe ... of this journey off the beaten path, exploring
unfamiliar cultural territory while discovering more about Mishima's biography
and ...

A Study Guide for Yukio Mishima s The Sound of Waves

Author: Gale, Cengage Learning

Publisher: Gale, Cengage Learning

ISBN: 1410321282

Page: 15

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A Study Guide for Yukio Mishima's The Sound of Waves," excerpted from Gale's acclaimed Novels for Students.This concise study guide includes plot summary; character analysis; author biography; study questions; historical context; suggestions for further reading; and much more. For any literature project, trust Novels for Students for all of your research needs.

Nature in Translation

He and his friends even made a raft and used it to travel down the nearby river.
Tetsuya said, “We were ... SCIENCE OF THE FOREST Like Tetsuya, Mori Yukio
was fascinated by North American outdoor activities. He left his job in order to ...

Nature in Translation

Author: Shiho Satsuka

Publisher: Duke University Press

ISBN: 0822375605

Page: 280

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Nature in Translation is an ethnographic exploration in the cultural politics of the translation of knowledge about nature. Shiho Satsuka follows the Japanese tour guides who lead hikes, nature walks, and sightseeing bus tours for Japanese tourists in Canada's Banff National Park and illustrates how they aspired to become local "nature interpreters" by learning the ecological knowledge authorized by the National Park. The guides assumed the universal appeal of Canada’s magnificent nature, but their struggle in translating nature reveals that our understanding of nature—including scientific knowledge—is always shaped by the specific socio-cultural concerns of the particular historical context. These include the changing meanings of work in a neoliberal economy, as well as culturally-specific dreams of finding freedom and self-actualization in Canada's vast nature. Drawing on nearly two years of fieldwork in Banff and a decade of conversations with the guides, Satsuka argues that knowing nature is an unending process of cultural translation, full of tensions, contradictions, and frictions. Ultimately, the translation of nature concerns what counts as human, what kind of society is envisioned, and who is included and excluded in the society as a legitimate subject.

Westerly 55 1

seibu e no tabi ni shuppatsu suru jikan ga kitanoda ' — ' Westward journey ...
depart ... time came ' . It was like Proust . And it was not . But Yukio realised that
he could copy this ; could copy “ The Dead ' and be the first Japanese person to ...

Westerly 55  1

Author: Diane Fahey

Publisher:

ISBN: 9780980437164

Page: 222

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Japanese Journeys

CHAPTER 6 Mishima Yukio – the Man I Knew Recollections 1957 – 1970 To
1970 JAPAN ' S LITERATURE , BOTH classical and contemporary , gained an
increasingly high profile in the West during the 1960s , not least as a result of the
skills ...

Japanese Journeys

Author: Geoffrey Bownas

Publisher:

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Page: 264

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Geoffrey Bownas, widely known for his writings, translations, broadcasts and commentaries relating to Japan, and an eminent Japanese Studies scholar, has at last completed a memoir. It is a historical record of some significance tracking Japan's post-war history from abject poverty to unimaginable prosperity as the world's second largest economy, and the 'lost' post-bubble years.

All Our Shimmering Skies

The new novel from the bestselling author of Boy Swallows Universe ‘Extravagantly beautiful writing’ ADELAIDE ADVERTISER ‘Unputdownable’ SYDNEY MORNING HERALD ‘Poetic and full of grace’ HERALD SUN

All Our Shimmering Skies

Author: Trent Dalton

Publisher: HarperCollins UK

ISBN: 0008438382

Page: 464

View: 328

The new novel from the bestselling author of Boy Swallows Universe ‘Extravagantly beautiful writing’ ADELAIDE ADVERTISER ‘Unputdownable’ SYDNEY MORNING HERALD ‘Poetic and full of grace’ HERALD SUN

Asian Theatre Journal

Gekijin Mishima Yukio ( Dramatist Mishima Yukio ) . Tokyo : Geki Shobo .
Hawkins , Joseph R . 2000 . “ Japan ' s Journey into Homophobia , ” Gay &
Lesbian Review Worldwide 7 ( 1 ) : 36 - 39 , http : / / search . epnet . com / login .
aspx ? direct ...

Asian Theatre Journal

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Shik

'Our people don't like any foreigners,' Yukio said with a laugh. 'But we had better
learn from them. Their way of making war has won them territories so vast, Lord
Hidehira, that you might not believe so much land exists on the earth. To travel ...

Shik

Author: Robert Shea

Publisher:

ISBN: 9780006164487

Page: 448

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English Alfa

No round-trip... . Can you travel inexpensively by train? No, you can't, it's
expensive. Does the ticket agent drive the train? No,.... He sells tickets. Has
Donna brought sandwiches to eat on the train? No... . They can eat in Does Yukio
feel hungry ...

English Alfa

Author: Kenton Sutherland

Publisher:

ISBN: 9780395285503

Page: 146

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Shirobamba

Indeed he would have been quite comfortable but for the fact that his kimono was
thoroughly damp and he was becoming unbearably cold . After his umpteenth trip
Yukio said , ' A lot of people have come to get Shokichi - san . The carpenter ...

Shirobamba

Author: Yasushi Inoue

Publisher: Weatherhill, Incorporated

ISBN:

Page: 200

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This is a work of modern Japanese literature by Yasushi Inoue, the recipient of every major Japanese literary award and candidate for the Nobel Prize.

Index catalogue of Medical and Veterinary Zoology

See 1918 d . YOSHIDA , YUKIO . 1961 a . - Studies on the invasion route of the
cercariae of Paragonimu8 ohirai Miyazaki . 1939 into the second intermediate
hosts . I . The faculty of several size of crab hosts in capturing and eating the snail
 ...

Index catalogue of Medical and Veterinary Zoology

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Supplements 1-14 have Authors sections only; supplements 15- include an additional section: Parasite-subject catalogue.

Review

VOLUME 19 , NUMBERS 1-2 , JANUARY - FEBRUARY , 1971 U.D.C. 621.395.
345 : 621.372.52 A New Electronic Ring - Trip Circuit Yukio KATSUMI and
Yoshio ARIIZUMI The connector of the step - by - step system , the trunk relay
equipment ...

Review

Author: Denki Tsūshin Kenkyūjo (Japan)

Publisher:

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Consists of abstracts of various of the Laboratory's journals.

Quilters Travel Companion

... 304 Catron St. 505-984-0207 Taos Yukio's, 226 Pasio Del Puello Norte 505-
758-2269 New Mexico Guilds: Alamogordo Enchanted Quilter's Guild, 900
Catalina, 88301 Albuquerque New Mexico Quilters' Association, P.O. Box 20562,
87154 ...

Quilters  Travel Companion

Author:

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ISBN: 9780970811929

Page: 560

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Educational Travel on a Shoestring

Yukio , my first Japanese host , and the three other hosts in Japan made Japan
such a warm , embracing country . After twelve years , Yukio and I are still
corresponding . Servas changes the whole idea of travel . I never even think
about what ...

Educational Travel on a Shoestring

Author: Judith Waite Allee

Publisher: Shaw

ISBN: 9780877882046

Page: 383

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Shows parents how they can help their children learn--and have a blast--while traveling, offering practical information for parents who want to have more fun with their kids, build closer family ties, and enjoy richer educational experiences--all without spending a fortune.Original.

Black Mist and Other Japanese Futures

Every step of the trip will be first - rate , all luxuries provided . Expenses will be
borne by Higher Edo , of course . ” “ Travel ? ” Yukio managed to say . “ It occurs
to us that much good could accrue from your visiting the world ' s great art centers
.

Black Mist and Other Japanese Futures

Author: Orson Scott Card

Publisher: D A W Books, Incorporated

ISBN:

Page: 314

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Five novellas that imagine the future of Japanese influence--on Earth, in space, and in cyberspace--include the story of an artist living on an asteroid that has become a haven for those escaping the strictures of Japanese society. Original.

The Complete Heritage Trilogy Semper Mars Luna Marine Europa Strike

She and Yukio had justrecently started talking about thepossibility ofalongterm
relationship, and now with their upcoming trip to Japan, she found herself
thinking aboutita lot. Yukio wanted to introduce her to his family, and sheknew
enough ...

The Complete Heritage Trilogy  Semper Mars  Luna Marine  Europa Strike

Author: Ian Douglas

Publisher: HarperCollins UK

ISBN: 0007572646

Page: 1200

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The Marines have landed on Mars to guard the unearthed secrets of an ancient and dangerous alien race: Ourselves... This bundle includes the complete Heritage Trilogy by New York Times bestselling author Ian Douglas.