Two Classics of Japanese Essays (e-bok)
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Two Classics of Japanese Essays (e-bok)

Two Classics of Japanese Essays (e-bok)

The Pillow Book + Tsurezuregusa

E-bok (EPUB - DRM), Kinesiska, 2018-10-01
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The Pillow Book is a collection of literary prose essays written in 1001. The author saw and heard a lot during her tenure in the palace. There are more than three hundred articles in the book and they are divided into clusters, diaries and casual thoughts. Clusters list things of different varieties and types in life, such as "e;mountains"e;, "e;seas"e;, "e;disappointments"e; and "e;elegant things"e;, involves geographical features, grass, trees, flowers and birds, inner feelings, life interest and so on, and fully reflects exquisite observation and appreciate taste of the author. In the article, we can learn about the living conditions and taste of the royal nobles in the Heian Era of Japan, as well as the author's casual feelings towards nature and life which show her lucid, lively and free attitude towards life. The original meaning of the name of the book, Tsurezuregusa, in Japanese is "e;boredom"e;. It can also be translated as the "e;Records of Eliminating Anxiety and Dispelling Depression"e;. It was written in the South and North Dynasties of Japan. The whole book consists of 243 articles, including cautionary words for handling affairs, experience, insights, as well as anecdotes and anecdotes. It is famous for the truth of seclusion revealed in his indifferent words and becomes a shining pearl in the history of Japanese classic literature, and has an introductory classic of Japanese literature, and has exerted far-reaching influence on later writers, including Zhou Zuoren.
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