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Author:
Yukio Mishima
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978-0140069297
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0140069291
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Penguin Group USA (June 1, 1985)
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Four-part epic novel by Mishima Yukio, published in Japanese in 1965-70 as Hojo no umi and widely regarded as his most lasting achievement.

Four-part epic novel by Mishima Yukio, published in Japanese in 1965-70 as Hojo no umi and widely regarded as his most lasting achievement. The four novels, Haru no yuki (Spring Snow), Homma (Runaway Horses), Akatsuki no tera (The Temple of Dawn), and Tennin gosui (The Decay of the Angel), are set in Japan from about 1912 to the 1960s. Each of them depicts a different reincarnation of the same being: as a young aristocrat in 1912, as a political fanatic in the 1930s, as a Thai princess before and after World War II, and as an evil young orphan in the 1960s.

The Sea of Fertility (豊饒の海, Hōjō no Umi) is a tetralogy of novels written by the Japanese author Yukio Mishima. The four novels are Spring Snow (1969), Runaway Horses (1969), The Temple of Dawn (1970), and The Decay of the Angel (1971). The series, which Mishima began writing in 1964 and which was his final work, is usually thought of as his masterpiece. Its title refers to the Mare Fecunditatis, a lunar mare.

The Sea of Fertility book. Amazingly, I had come across this tetralogy by Yukio Mishima some weeks ago at the DASA Book Cafe in Bangkok

The Sea of Fertility book. Amazingly, I had come across this tetralogy by Yukio Mishima some weeks ago at the DASA Book Cafe in Bangkok. I tried to contact someone there to find and reserve it for me but in vain. Thus, I finally saw this paperback wait for me on its shelf on May 5, 2010 when I went there again. I'm sorry I don't know Japanese, therefore, I have to be content with its translated version in English.

The Sea of Fertility (豊饒の海 Hōjō no Umi) is a tetralogy written by the Japanese author Yukio Mishima

The Sea of Fertility (豊饒の海 Hōjō no Umi) is a tetralogy written by the Japanese author Yukio Mishima  . The Sea of Fertility (豊饒の海 Hōjō no Umi) is a tetralogy written by the Japanese author Yukio Mishima. Its title refers to the Mare Fecunditatis, a "sea" on the Moon. The main timeline of the story stretches from 1912 to 1975.

Mishima's ritualistic suicide in 1970 will always overshadow his work, but his dark saga of 20th-century Japan is mesmerising, argues Richard T Kelly. Human life is limited but I would like to live forever. So Yukio Mishima wrote on the morning of 25 November 1970.

The Japanese Sea of Fertility Series/Tetralogy (Four Novels: Spring Snow, Runaway Horses, The . Description: The Sea of Fertility (豊饒の海, Hōjō no Umi) is a tetralogy of novels written by the Japanese author Yukio Mishima.

The Japanese Sea of Fertility Series/Tetralogy (Four Novels: Spring Snow, Runaway Horses, The Temple of Dawn, The Decay of the Angel) by Yukio.

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Oct 12, 2014 - Yukio Mishima books I have read. Library Genesis: Yukio Mishima - The Decay of the Angel (The Sea of Fertility, Book. Vintage International Modern Japanese Classics - The Sound of the Mountain. Library Genesis is a scientific community targeting collection of books on natural science disciplines and engineering. Focuses on the anxieties, desires, and emotions of a sensitive old Japanese man. Fully Booked is all about finding the next great read.

穣の海-The Sea of Fertility- is at Hauptstraße (Berlin-Schöneberg). 21 November 2018 · Berlin, Germany ·. Then we saw Mishima’s dog Trapped between the rocks Blocking the waterfall. The first lines of Heat, the last song on Bowie’s The Next Day (the last next day), refer to a scene early in Mishima’s Spring Snow. The quartet is Mishima’s life of opposites split into two beings-one continual, one reoccurring, each needing the other.

Author: Yukio Mishima ISBN 10: 0140069291. Publisher: Penguin Classics ISBN 13: 9780140069297. Used-like N : The book pretty much look like a new book. There will be no stains or markings on the book, the cover is clean and crisp, the book will look unread, the only marks there may be are slight bumping marks to the edges of the book where it may have been on a shelf previously. Read full description. See details and exclusions. Sea of Fertility by Yukio Mishima (Paperback, 1985). Pre-owned: lowest price.

A tetralogy containing "Spring Snow", a love story, "Runaway Horses", with a protagonist a right-wing terrorist, "The Temple of Dawn", where a Thai princess is mystically linked with the heroes of the preceding works and, written under the shadow of the author's death, "The Decay of the Angel".