Collection of Osamu Dazai''s Works (a total of 3 Volumes) (e-bok)
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Collection of Osamu Dazai''s Works (a total of 3 Volumes) (e-bok)

Collection of Osamu Dazai''s Works (a total of 3 Volumes) E-bok

E-bok (Drm),  Kinesiska, 2016-01-01
Collection of Osamu Dazai''s Works (Series) contains six most famous short and medium stories by Osamu Dazai:No Longer Human, Setting Sun, Pandora''s Box, Wife of Villon, Cherry and Run, Mellos!No Longer Human (1948) is the most outstanding literary work of Dazai Osamu, written before his suicide, that is, his last masterpiece.It is also "e;the most profound point of arrival"e; of Dazai Osamu literature (Okuno, Takeo).The works depict a young intellectual who is very eccentric. He has suffered from the inconstancy of the world and indulged in wine and women, and finally destroyed himself.The Setting Sun (1947) is a very important work in the postwar literary world of Japan. It has set a record of the best selling of postwar literary works. The word of "e;Group of the Setting Sun"e; is known as the pronoun of the declining aristocrat.The works show the declining social status of the aristocratic descendants and the embarrassment of the disappeared high position and great wealth after the war, and the book can be said as an elegy of Dazai Osamu to the declining aristocrat.The Pandora''s Box (1946) is an epistolary novel whose material is also from the diary of others, and rewritten based on the diary of Osamu Dazai''s young friend Kimura Shosuke.This diary describes the trivia during the period when Shosuke suffered from the pulmonary tuberculosis and recuperated in "e;Health Place"e;.The author, by the mouth of the master and his ward mate, wrote the depressed mood in a humorous way, and placed his vision of the future on the ruins of the post-war era in it.The content is exciting and the writing is very fluent.It is Osamu Dazai''s rare positive and active work.In 2009, when Osamu Dazai''s birthday was 100th anniversary, Pandora''s Box was moved onto the screen.The Wife of Villon (1947) is a work from the perspective of the wife.The husband Da Gu is a decadent novelist, a Villon-style character whose life is indulgent and decadent, and has some common with the male protagonists in the Setting Sun and No Longer Human.Seemingly calm life has covered up all kinds of helplessness and despair.It embodies Osamu Dazai''s self denial to the life.The author''s incarnation Da Gu felt that no matter how hard he works, he still cannot help being played by his life. Even if his wife was raped, he also took it lightly.In eyes of the husband and the wife, "e;To Be Alive"e; is the most important.Through such lamentable storyline, the novel vividly depicts the notions of life of the characters.In 2009, at the Thirty-third World Film Festival in Montreal, Canada, with the Wife of Villon, the director won the Best Director Award.Miss You A Tad (1939) is an important work of Osamu Dazai in the middle term. It is written based on the diary sent by a nineteen-year-old female reader You Mingshu to Osamu Dazai.Osamu Dazai compressed the diary into a story on what happed for a fourteen-year-old female student during a day from getting up in the morning to going to bed in the evening, delicately portrays the wobble self-consciousness of the young girl in the adolescence, and the misanthropic mentality in soliloquy, and vividly reveals the peculiar inner change of the girl.After being published, it was praised by Kawabata Yasunari and others, and was awarded the Literature Prize of the Fourth Award of Kitamura Tokoku.The female protagonist''s repeated entanglement is the projection of the author''s life perception and distress. It is a kind of extreme inferiority and self-abandon, which is different from the moaning of "e;young people who do not know how to worry and say sullen in order to write new "e;poem"e;."e;Cherry (1948) was published a month ago before the death of Osamu Dazai.He called it "e;the nov...
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