Twilight Sunflower

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  • Paperback
  • 143 pages
  • Twilight Sunflower
  • Yukio Mishima
  • English
  • 19 June 2017

10 thoughts on “Twilight Sunflower

  1. Alor Deng Alor Deng says:

    This is a play about a perpetually happy woman who has everything Suddenly, her son contracts a serious illness and the story really takes off from there How will this affect her happiness Where does she really get her happiness from Is her happiness simply naivety in disguise Is it stubbornness All these questions are raised, then soundly answered This was an easy read, and the conversations are typical Mishima Pithy and beautiful There are some original characters here, but also some This is a play about a perpetually happy woman who has everything Suddenly, her son contracts a serious illness and the story really takes off from there How will this affect her happiness Where does she really get her happiness from Is her happiness simply naivety in disguise Is it stubbornness All these questions are raised, then soundly answered This was an easy read, and the conversations are typical Mishima Pithy and beautiful There are some original characters here, but also some that take after Shakespeare s It s certainly not his best work, but it is worth your time To love is to stop breathing It is either to die from suffocation, or to burst out into laughter within a minutes time


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Twilight Sunflower[Read] ➯ Twilight Sunflower ➸ Yukio Mishima – Polishdarling.co.uk Translated by Shigeho Sinozaki and Virgil AWarren Translated by Shigeho Sinozaki and Virgil AWarren.


About the Author: Yukio Mishima

Yukio Mishima was born in Tokyo in He graduated from Tokyo Imperial University s School of Jurisprudence in His first published book, The Forest in Full Bloom, appeared in and he established himself as a major author with Confessions of a Mask From then until his death he continued to publish novels, short stories, and plays each year His crowning achievement, the Sea of Fertility tetralogy which contains the novels Spring Snow , Runaway Horses , The Temple of Dawn , and The Decay of the Angel is considered one of the definitive works of twentieth century Japanese fiction In , at the age of forty five and the day after completing the last novel in the Fertility series, Mishima committed seppuku ritual suicide a spectacular death that attracted worldwide attention.



10 thoughts on “Twilight Sunflower

  1. Alor Deng Alor Deng says:

    This is a play about a perpetually happy woman who has everything Suddenly, her son contracts a serious illness and the story really takes off from there How will this affect her happiness Where does she really get her happiness from Is her happiness simply naivety in disguise Is it stubbornness All these questions are raised, then soundly answered This was an easy read, and the conversations are typical Mishima Pithy and beautiful There are some original characters here, but also some This is a play about a perpetually happy woman who has everything Suddenly, her son contracts a serious illness and the story really takes off from there How will this affect her happiness Where does she really get her happiness from Is her happiness simply naivety in disguise Is it stubbornness All these questions are raised, then soundly answered This was an easy read, and the conversations are typical Mishima Pithy and beautiful There are some original characters here, but also some that take after Shakespeare s It s certainly not his best work, but it is worth your time To love is to stop breathing It is either to die from suffocation, or to burst out into laughter within a minutes time


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