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Izu dancer

Kawabata, Yasunari

Izu dancer

by Kawabata, Yasunari

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Published by Harashobo] in [Tokyo .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statement[translated by E. Seidensticker, and others] Annotated by Shonosuke Ishii.
SeriesModern Japanese authors -- 1, Gendai Nihon bungaku Eiyaku senshū -- 1
ContributionsSeidensticker, Edward, 1921-, Ishii, Shonosuke,
Classifications
LC ClassificationsPL832 A9 I913 1965
The Physical Object
Pagination199p.
Number of Pages199
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17236136M

His short story “The Izu Dancer,” first published in , appeared in The Atlantic Monthly in Kawabata authored numerous novels, including Snow Country (), which cemented his reputation as one of the preeminent voices of his time, as well as Thousand Cranes (), The Sound of the Mountain (), The Master of Go (), and.   Among the most famous of his works is this short, early novel about an adolescent student on a walking tour of Izu who becomes infatuated with a very young girl, a dancer .

  Top five: Aguri, The Izu Dancer, Blind Chinese Soldiers, Merry Christmas, Onnagata, Prize Stock, The Elephant Vanishes & Dr So does Japan. I picked this up from the uni library after a couple of shock realisations - firstly that I hadn't read any Osamu Dazai, and secondly that the uni library only has some very old, yellowed Japanese versions /5(36). Used, new & out-of-print books matching Our marketplace offers millions of titles from sellers : $

Directed by Katsumi Nishikawa. With Sayuri Yoshinaga, Hideki Takahashi, Yuki Aresa, Eiji Gô. Adapted from a famous short story in Japan, The Izu Dancer is the story of a male teenager on vacation in the Izu peninsula who encounters a thirteen-year-old girl who is part of a travelling troupe of performers. The boy and the girl are attracted to one another and make certain they spend time. Several statues along the walking trail depict the heroine of the short story "Izu no Odoriko" (The Izu Dancer, ), one of several works by Kawabata Yasunari (), which are set in this area of the Izu Peninsula. Kawabata won the Nobel Prize in literature in


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"The Izu Dancer" by Kawabata (Nobel price winner in literature) is, of course, great literature and in this volume is translated by the well known Seidensticker. The other stories in this volume, by Inoue and translated by Picon, do not come up to the same standard although they are still very enjoyable and provide insight in to Japan during and shortly after WWII/5(7).

The Izu Dancer, Yasunari Kawabata's first work to bring him recognition as a writer, is a novella about six Izu Peninsula travelers. As the six travelers journey together, intimacy develops and friendship overcomes class differences. Capturing the shy eroticism of adolescence, The Izu Dancer is a charming picture of the times/5(7).

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I can not like many of his works which drilled into ugly reality of life. But I like the Izu Dancer uniquely as fresh as refreshing drinks.

The Dancing Girl of Izu", (Japanese: 伊豆の踊り子, izu no odoriko) published inwas the first work of literature by Japanese author Yasunari Kawabata to achieve great popular and critical acclaim/5.

A book of short stories that offers a sampling of two great writers, Yasunari Kawabata and Yasushi Inoue. The title story, The Izu Dancer is by Kawabata and is about a small troupe of traveling performers and a student infatuated with their young drummer girl.

A beautiful little piece.4/5(2). The Izu Dancer. is an excellent introduction to Kawabata's longer works, or alone, a very teachable example of traditional Japanese sensibility and style. The minute animated version simplifies the story even further making it a love story complicated only by the older woman's (in the video, the dancing girl's mother) restrictions.

The Izu Dancer, Yasunari Kawabata's first work to bring him recognition as a writer, is a novella about six Izu Peninsula travelers. As the six travelers journey together, intimacy develops and friendship overcomes class differences.

Capturing the shy eroticism of adolescence, The Izu Dancer is a charming picture of the times. Originally published in The Atlantic Monthly, inThe Izu Dancer, a story about a young man's travels through the Izu Peninsula, introduced Kawabata's prodigious talent to the West. Since its first printing, Kawabata, winner of the Nobel Prize, has been recognized as one of Japan's most distinguished writers.

Also included in this collection are three stories by the prolific author 4/5(3). The Izu Dancer” In Kawabata Yasumari’s short story “The Izu Dancer”, the narrator, on a hiking tour to escape Tokyo and himself, has change in his attitude towards himself.

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The Izu Dancer Yasunari Kawabata 14 June April first Japanese to receive Noble prize in Literature Kawabata's books have been described as "melancholy lyricism" Kawabata committed suicide at his home in Zushi by gassing himself.

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Kawabata gained his first critical success with the novella Izu-no Odoriko (The Izu Dancer, ). The autobiographical work recounted his youthful infatuation with a fourteen-year-old dancer, whose legs streched "up like a paulownia sapling".

The story ends with their separation. Directed by Katsumi Nishikawa. With Momoe Yamaguchi, Tomokazu Miura, Hitoshi Nakayama, Atsuko Ichinomiya. "The Izu dancer" describes Young solo to Izu peninsula, and close to an entertainer troupe, in particular with the dancer named Kaoru,but to that brief love is just a featuring lyrical and pale memories by their sad waves farewell.

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His works have enjoyed broad international appeal and are still widely read.