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雁 [Gan] PDFJapan bio na značajnoj društvenoj prekretnici u sudaru starog i novog stranog i domaćeg Kroz isprepletane životne priče Ogai osvetljava stavove i običaje Japana u naletu.

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❰KINDLE❯ ❅ 雁 [Gan] Author Ōgai Mori – Usobet.co Divlja guska 1911–13 je prvi roman na srpskom jeziku i ujedno najvažnije delo jednog od najvećih japanskih pisaca Radnja romana smeštena je u Tokio krajem 19 veka kada je Japan bio na značajnoj Divlja guska 1911–13 je prvi roman na srpskom jeziku i ujedno najvažnije delo jednog od najvećih japanskih pisaca Radnja romana smeštena je u Tokio krajem 19 veka kada je.

Japan bio na značajnoj društvenoj prekretnici u sudaru starog i novog stranog i domaćeg Kroz isprepletane životne priče Ogai osvetljava stavove i običaje Japana u naletu.

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雁 [Gan] PDF ↠ æ eBook usobet.co Mori Ōgai pseudonym of Mori Rintarō born February 17 1862 Tsuwano Japan—died July 9 1922 Tokyo one of the creators of modern Japanese literatureThe son of a physician of the aristocratic warrior samurai class Mori Ōgai studied medicine at first in Tokyo and from 1884 to 1888 in Germany In 1890 he published the story “Maihime” “The Dancing Girl” an account closely based on his own

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  1. Swaroop Kanti Swaroop Kanti says:

    雁 [Gan] PDF ↠ æ eBook usobet.co 雁 [Gan] PDF She knew she had degraded herself to the lowest limits yet she had still sought a kind of spiritual comfort in the unselfishness of her choiceThis uote in a sense summarizes the main character of this book Otama a beautiful but captive mistress The Wild Geese by ÅŒgai Mori is a well narrated simple beautiful and interesting book The story is set in Tokyo Year 1880 This book is 'so very much japanese' and lets you understand and feel the japanese society and culture closely The Wild Geese also portrays the life and frustrations faced by the japanese women of that period very well The author ends the book with let me warn my readers that it is best not to indulge in fruitless speculation This is indeed a modern classic


  2. Rowena Rowena says:

    雁 [Gan] PDF ↠ æ eBook usobet.co 雁 [Gan] PDF35 stars It was a nice simple read I wish the storyline had been developed a little bit thoroughly and I didn’t like the ambiguity of the ending Books like this always surprise me how women can be used as pawns In this case a young girl has been chosen by a well off Japanese man to be his mistress She accepts the role because she wants to support her aging father It was all very sad to me to be honest What w


  3. Nicole~ Nicole~ says:

    雁 [Gan] PDF ↠ æ eBook usobet.co 雁 [Gan] PDF35 starsŌgai co mingles nostalgia for a vanished Tokyo of the late 1800's with romanticism as he tells the story of secret longing isolation and unreuited love The main character Otama is the subject of pathos in this Meiji period story a naïve heroine left with


  4. Rise Rise says:

    雁 [Gan] PDF ↠ æ eBook usobet.co 雁 [Gan] PDFThe events of my story took place some time ago—in 1880 the thirteenth year of the Meiji era to be exactAt the start of this short novel the narrator described his friendship with a handsome student named Okada Okada often walked the streets of Muenzaka in the evening and one time he happened upon a beautiful young woman living in a house in a silent neighborhood Through his regular walks he had become acuainted with her even if the appearance of the house and the way the woman dressed strongly suggested that she was someone's mistressEven in ill health she would have been beautiful but in fact she was young and healthy and today her usual good looks had been heightened by careful makeup and grooming To my eyes she seemed to possess a beauty wholly beyond anything I had noted earlier an


  5. Smiley Smiley says:

    雁 [Gan] PDF ↠ æ eBook usobet.co 雁 [Gan] PDF375 starsN B Interested readers may find this film interesting REVIEW August 18 2014I think Ogai Mori's avid readers should read this novel's review by Roger Pulvers as informed in my private notes above since it is so informative authoritative and reader friendly that they should read its new translation as soon as possible So would I when I can find a copyAfter my second reading its nostalgic theme has still lingered on due to their hopelessly unfruitful love between Otama the young lady and Okada the student; Otada's decision to become Suezo's mistress ha


  6. JimZ JimZ says:

    雁 [Gan] PDF ↠ æ eBook usobet.co 雁 [Gan] PDFThis was on my TBR list I just finished it When I looked at my TBR list as to what possessed me to procure this book was the note “sounds interesting” Well I was wrong on that count I think I need to get used to Japanese literature so I am not going to critiue this book written by a novelist who is a well respected master of Japanese lit This is not the first time I was flummoxed by the lack of anything much happening in a novel written by a Japanese author for a Japanese audience ie the novels were first published in Japan and then some years after translated into English However in the past year and a half I have come to really like some modern day Japanese authors including Yoko Ogawa Hiromi Kawakami and Shuichi Yoshida I do have


  7. David David says:

    雁 [Gan] PDF ↠ æ eBook usobet.co 雁 [Gan] PDFIt's the Meiji Period's answer to Lost in TranslationI'm so right about this If Sofia Coppola is on goodreads someone needs to see if The Wild Geese is read I bet it's even on her made a movie about it shelfhttpwwwyoutubecomwatch?vITVS2r The stories She's feeling lost and alone doing the right thing for her father husband and yet feeling that there's


  8. Pascale Pascale says:

    雁 [Gan] PDF ↠ æ eBook usobet.co 雁 [Gan] PDFA graceful novella highlighting the lack of agency of women in traditional Japanese society Otama is a beautiful young woman who dotes on her gentle ineffectual father Her prospects in life have been blighted by a forced marriage to a policeman In fact the policeman had a wife already and deserted Otama as soon as he was found out Otama left in a vulnerable position when the bigamist abandonded her accepts to become the mistress of Suezo another unscrupulous bully At first Otama relieved that Suezo doesn't behave like a complete brute although he has effectively bought her fulfills her obligations to the letter only too grateful that her father is now well taken care of Yet when she finds out first that Suezo too has a wife then that he is a moneylend


  9. Miriam Cihodariu Miriam Cihodariu says:

    雁 [Gan] PDF ↠ æ eBook usobet.co 雁 [Gan] PDFA woman conscious of her social status which prevents her from being worthy of a decent man still falls in love hopelessly with someone who returns her infatuation Still the two would be lovers don't have a chance to meet because he is sent abroad and on the last evening in town he is hijacked by friends and too embarrassed to admit that he yearned for something else The wild geese which the friends admire and kill at the end of the story are meant to be a metaphor for the wild beauty and vulnerability of the heroine


  10. Lisa Lisa says:

    雁 [Gan] PDF ↠ æ eBook usobet.co 雁 [Gan] PDFFinlay Lloyd publish beautiful books and The Wild Goose by Mori Õgai is no exception It’s a new translation of an early modern Japanese text its origins captured in the cover design by Phil Day of Mountains Brown Press and the same design on elegant paper leaves separates the novella from the introduction Paradoxically the book feels both delicate and sturdy in the hand because while the texture of the boards feels like very expensive paper under the fingers you know that the book is not going to fall apart with reading as so often paperbacks doThe introduction by Meredith McKinney might have been written especially for me I have read very little Japanese literatu


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