Yasunari Kawabata - Wikipedia

Yasunari Kawabata - Wikipedia

Yukio Mishima and Yasunari Kawabata

Yukio Mishima and Yasunari Kawabata

Yasunari Kawabata Ink-wash Portraits

Yasunari Kawabata Ink-wash Portraits

"People have separated from each other with walls of concrete that blocked the roads to connection and love. and Nature has been defeated in the name of development."  - - Yasunari Kawabata

"People have separated from each other with walls of concrete that blocked the roads to connection and love. and Nature has been defeated in the name of development." - - Yasunari Kawabata

Prix Nobel de littérature en 1968, Yasunari Kawabata ne révéla peut-être jamais aussi bien que dans les cinq nouvelles de La Danseuse d’Izu la poésie, l’élégance, le raffinement exquis et la cruauté du Japon.Est-ce là ce « délicat remue-ménage de l’âme » dont parlait le romancier et critique Jean Freustié ? Chacun de ces récits semble porter en lui une ombre douloureuse qui est comme la face cachée de la destinée.Un vieillard s’enlise dans la compagnie d’oiseaux, un invalide contemple le…

Prix Nobel de littérature en 1968, Yasunari Kawabata ne révéla peut-être jamais aussi bien que dans les cinq nouvelles de La Danseuse d’Izu la poésie, l’élégance, le raffinement exquis et la cruauté du Japon.Est-ce là ce « délicat remue-ménage de l’âme » dont parlait le romancier et critique Jean Freustié ? Chacun de ces récits semble porter en lui une ombre douloureuse qui est comme la face cachée de la destinée.Un vieillard s’enlise dans la compagnie d’oiseaux, un invalide contemple le…

Il paese delle nevi, di Yasunari #Kawabata

Il paese delle nevi, di Yasunari #Kawabata

Picture of snow covered Snow covered beech forest.

Picture of snow covered Snow covered beech forest.

Onsen geisha Matsuei, whom Yasunari Kawabata met in 1934 and based one of his main characters in the novel Yuki Guni (Snow Country). Photographed around 1934 presumably at the onsen inn Yukiguni no Yado Takahan in Yuzawa, Japan.

Onsen geisha Matsuei, whom Yasunari Kawabata met in 1934 and based one of his main characters in the novel Yuki Guni (Snow Country). Photographed around 1934 presumably at the onsen inn Yukiguni no Yado Takahan in Yuzawa, Japan.

Por Liliana Souza. A Yasunari Kawabata, ciento cuarenta y dos páginas le alcanzaron para aceptar que un escritor convive con la incerteza absoluta.

Por Liliana Souza. A Yasunari Kawabata, ciento cuarenta y dos páginas le alcanzaron para aceptar que un escritor convive con la incerteza absoluta.

Touching moment.  Once, one of Japanese national writer Shotaro Ikenami had always put up at this hotel room, not spacious, but looks very cozy and thoughtful. This hotel also loved by Yukio Mishima, Yasunari Kawabata and many other writers. #coherence #cohérence #shotaroikenami #hotelroom #yasunarikawabata #yukiomishima #mishima #artdeco #WilliamMerrellVories #japanesehotel #japanesearchitecture

Touching moment. Once, one of Japanese national writer Shotaro Ikenami had always put up at this hotel room, not spacious, but looks very cozy and thoughtful. This hotel also loved by Yukio Mishima, Yasunari Kawabata and many other writers. #coherence #cohérence #shotaroikenami #hotelroom #yasunarikawabata #yukiomishima #mishima #artdeco #WilliamMerrellVories #japanesehotel #japanesearchitecture

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