Musashi: An Epic Novel Of The Samurai Era (inbunden)
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Format
Inbunden (Hardback)
Språk
Engelska
Antal sidor
984
Utgivningsdatum
2012-09-14
Förlag
Kodansha America, Inc
Översättare
Charles Terry
Medarbetare
Reischauer, Edwin O.
Dimensioner
222 x 152 x 44 mm
Vikt
1061 g
Antal komponenter
1
ISBN
9781568364278

Musashi: An Epic Novel Of The Samurai Era

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The classic samurai novel about the real exploits of the most famous swordsman. The classic samurai novel about the real exploits of the most famous swordsman. Miyamoto Musashi was the child of an era when Japan was emerging from decades of civil strife. Lured to the great Battle of Sekigahara in 1600 by the hope of becoming a samurai-without really knowing what it meant-he regains consciousness after the battle to find himself lying defeated, dazed and wounded among thousands of the dead and dying. On his way home, he commits a rash act, becomes a fugitive and brings life in
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-... A stirring saga ... not only for readers interested in Japan but also for those who simply want a rousing read.- -Washington Post

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EIJI YOSHIKAWA was born in 1892 in Kanagawa Prefecture, near Tokyo. He began his literary career at the age of twenty-two. During his thirties he worked as a journalist while continuing to write stories and novels, reaching a large and appreciative readership through having his work published, often serially, in newspapers and popular magazines. At the time of his death in 1962, he was one of Japan's best-known and best-loved novelists. He received the Cultural Medal, the highest award for a man of letters, and other cultural decorations, including the Order of the Sacred Treasure. CHARLES S. TERRY, the translator, was born in Mississippi in 1926 and graduated from Duke University. He first studied Japanese in the U.S. Navy during WW II and after the war received a master's degree from Columbia University in Japanese history. Resident in Japan since 1952, he also received a master's degree in Chinese history from the University of Tokyo and has since been active as a translator of works on Japanese art, architecture and history. He died in 1982.