[Ebook] The Family (Unesco Collection of Representative Works, Japanese) By Tōson Shimazaki – Anguillais.us

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[Ebook] The Family (Unesco Collection of Representative Works, Japanese) By Tōson Shimazaki – Anguillais.us
  • Hardcover
  • 311 pages
  • The Family (Unesco Collection of Representative Works, Japanese)
  • Tōson Shimazaki
  • English
  • 23 June 2017
  • 9780860081654

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  1. says:

    Shota, shall I write about you I feel like writing about your life Go ahead By all means, please write, whether it s about the good orthe bad, Toson, trailblazer for those Japanese naturalists Katai Tayama appears in this very briefly writes about the sad decline of two middle class families his own led by his elder brother, and his elder sister s, led by her husband We focus on a young writer a fictional Shimazaki Toson and his efforts to forge a life of his own, whilst all the time managing the decline of those around him His nephew, Shota, and his particular hardships form a strong part of the narrative, particularly the second half You know, I m beginning to wonder whether it s really a good thing for us to spend our lives helping relatives Fictional Shimazaki Toson s writing supports most members of the familythrough difficult times It seems that none of the rest of them have the brains to make the price of a packet of tea Worse, the heads of the families like to lavish cash on expensive geisha Borrowing to support his siblings and their children and refusing to compromise and accept a lucrative but less creative avenue for his talents, fictional Shimazaki Toson s three young daughters succumb to the hardship They all die in 1906, one after the other, starting with the youngest It s really very sad The Koizumi daughters grew like young grass in the midst of thedegeneration and decline that had overtaken the house His brothers daughters thrive well survive, for th...


  2. says:

    It all comes down to money, doesn t it

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