Free Download [Crime Book] ¶ O Marinheiro que Perdeu as Graças do Mar - by Yukio Mishima Ú

  • Title: O Marinheiro que Perdeu as Graças do Mar
  • Author: Yukio Mishima
  • ISBN: 9789723700923
  • Page: 163
  • Format: Paperback

  • O Marinheiro que Perdeu as Gra as do Mar uma das mais breves e belas novelas da obra de Mishima H quem veja na sua trama uma representa o simb lica da sociedade japonesa do p s guerra conforme a radical vis o do autor Bem mais do que isso, uma novela de rara beleza, erotismo, imprevisibilidade e de um radicalismo brutal Noboru deslumbrou se com a rela o po tica O Marinheiro que Perdeu as Gra as do Mar uma das mais breves e belas novelas da obra de Mishima H quem veja na sua trama uma representa o simb lica da sociedade japonesa do p s guerra conforme a radical vis o do autor Bem mais do que isso, uma novela de rara beleza, erotismo, imprevisibilidade e de um radicalismo brutal Noboru deslumbrou se com a rela o po tica e er tica de sua m e com o fascinante Ryuji, o marinheiro que carrega a grandeza, a gl ria, o brilho do mar e aquele bon com a ncora ao centro do grande emblema em forma de l grima reflectindo o sol da tarde Mas esta apaixonante rela o sofrer uma inesperada mudan a No exterior h um grupo organizado segundo um Chefe, com elementos precocemente militarizados Rapidamente absorvem o confuso Noboru nos severos princ pios da tradi o japonesa N o tarda que o marinheiro seja julgado por ter tra do os valores fudamentais de idealismo, de beleza e de gl ria Segundo os c digos do grupo, as contempla es s o proibidas e qualquer ced ncia significaria a sobreposi o do caos ordem, como avisa o Chefe, ou, conforme diz, mais eufemisticamente, o ltimo par grafo do livro a gl ria, como v s sabeis, uma coisa amarga.
    Yukio Mishima
    Yukio Mishima is the pen name of Kimitake Hiraoka who was a Japanese author, poet and playwright, famous for both his highly notable post war writings and the circumstances of his ritual suicide by seppuku Mishima wrote 40 novels, 18 plays, 20 books of short stories, and at least 20 books of essays, one libretto, as well as one film A large portion of this oeuvre comprises books written quickly for profit, but even if these are disregarded, a substantial body of work remains.He was recognized as one of the most important post war stylists of the Japanese language.


    I had a slightly different review in mind until I read a little bit about Mishima's life. In light of what Mishima did to himself, I am not really sure what to make of The Sailor Who. While it is dark, reading it I knew it was only a story. But knowing that this darkness could have emanated from Mishima's personal thoughts makes it extremely unnerving.Fuskao, Noboru's mother, represents westernization; which Mishima despised. Noboru, a 13 year old, is more in the favor of traditional Japan. Ryuj [...]

    Parthiban Sekar
    THE SAILOR – THE GLORYGlory, as anyone knows, is bitter stuff. What glory is there for any sailor whose life is besieged by the vast and open sea? Vast but not open, as there are occasional traces of clouds shrouding the openness he longed for. Open but not vast, as the storm often come encroaching on his territory and posing a threat on his-otherwise-serene life. His Life and sea have become inseparable. Thinking of life beyond her seems abysmal to him. Impelled by his desire for glory, he co [...]

    The titleThe Sailor Who Fell from Grace With the Seais a poetic rendering of the Japanese, 午後の曳航, literally "Afternoon's Towing". The English translation is done much in the spirit ofRemembrance of Things Past ( A la recherche du temps perdu = "In Search of Lost Time"). It's evident (in the titles at least) that something is gained in translation as well as lost. We know then, at any rate, that we are going to have a very imperfect understanding of this book. And even if we know Japane [...]

    Bugüne kadar yazdığım yorumları okuyanlar genel olarak kişisel duyguları eleştiriye katmadığımı fark etmiştir. Okuduğum o kadar kitaptan sonra öldüm, bittim, beni mahvetti tarzı metni anlama, anlatmaktan çok salt bıraktığı kişisel etkiyi öne çıkarmak bana yeterli ve tek başına anlamlı gelmiyor. Ama bu genel kuralın esnediği nadir anlar var ve artık o nadide eserlerin en başlarında Denizi Yitiren Denizci’de yer alıyor.Bu kitap, Altın Köşk Tapınağı’ndan [...]

    It must be me, not him. Had the author been anyone other than Mishima, I would have abandoned this novel immediately after (view spoiler)[the intentional, cruel murder and mutilation of a kitten. (hide spoiler)]. But instead I continued and finished it and wish I could recover my time. Heresy, I understand. See my GR friend, Algernon's, review at this link. He captures my thoughts precisely. /review/show

    The Sailor Who Fell from Grace with the Sea is a very short novel, but it does not feel hurried. It is deeply sensitive, immersive and introspective. The writing is disturbing, filled with subtle metaphors of hidden significance. The novel is an exploration of masculinity, and a coming-to-terms with the varied and often contradictory expectations of manhood. It makes no assertions: the implications of the story and its powerful ending are left for the reader to ponder.I am intrigued by Mishima's [...]

    Nunca había leído a Mishima, pero aquí en siempre me tomo el tiempo para ver qué es lo que leen mis amigos lectores. Simplemente hago click en la opción “Compare Books” para saber qué afinidad literaria tenemos, sobre todo cuando me envían una solicitud de amistad (solicitud que siempre acepto, de todos modos) y me encontraba que muchos lectores habían leído algún libro de este interesante autor japonés (y su más que interesante vida). Entonces, aunque no soy de solicitar recome [...]

    [7/10]It is a generally accepted fact that teenagers are weird, all over the world, and all over the ages. Somehow, Japanese teenagers manage to be ten time weirder than the norm, and 13 years old Noboru is a prime example: He never cried, not even in his dreams, for hard-heartedness was a point of pride. A large iron anchor withstanding the corrosion of the sea and scornful of the barnacles and oysters that harass the hulls of ships, sinking polished and indifferent through heaps of broken glas [...]

    Araz Goran
    وجدت نفسي في غربة شديدة مع الرواية ومع السرد الممل الذي إفتقدت فيه لأي معنى من التشويق، السرد مقفر والمادة الروائية جاءت كحالة برود تام مع ذوقي في القراءة حاولت أن أدخل في جو الرواية، إقتنصت بعض الإقتباسات واللمحات المخلة برتابة الرواية ولكن كل ذلك كان هباء أمام حجم الرتابة [...]

    Knowing the story of Yukuio Mishima's life, and its tragic end, leads the reader of this novel into some dark parts of the author's mind. The characters in this novel are thinly veiled allegorical figures of Mishima's world view: his distaste for Western influences on Japan, his need for rigorous fastidiousness in his personal life, his desire to see Japan return to its ultra-conservative glory of yesteryear. Mishima was so consumed with this vision that he staged a failed coup attempt in 1970 a [...]

    Michael Finocchiaro
    This is one of Mishima's shorter stories but it is so beautifully and heartbreakingly written that you almost wish it would be longer. My no-spoiler rule prevents me from giving you any details but if you loved The Old Man and the Sea and want to read a Japanese variation on the sea tragedy that is also a psychological study, you will love this one. The Mishima universe is a wonderful one to explore and this is a great place to start.

    Sinem A.
    Dehşetin bu kadar romantik bu kadar duygusalını belki de ilk defa okudum. o kadar naif bir anlatim o kadar berrak ve sade ama bir o kadar da başdöndürücü. Muazzam bir eser.

    HIGHEST RECOMMENDATION!"If I were an amoeba, he thought, with an infinitesimal body, I could defeat ugliness. A man isn't tiny or giant enough to defeat anything."Ryuji, the "emasculated" sailor in Mishima's great novel, thinks such thoughts on long sea voyages, standing watch on deck; his only friends being the stars. His vague notions of glory -- that something great awaits him at the next port -- allow him to avoid his sense of powerlessness and the reality of his aimlessness. His idea of rom [...]


    Çağdaş T
    Bereket Denizi serisine gönül rahatlığıyla başlayabilirim. Çünkü Mishima'yı çok sevdim.

    The problem with expressing a lack of appreciation for "transgressive" material is the underlying assumption that such an expression is evidence of weakness. Weak stomach, weak nerves, a weak anything that explains why a tolerance for violence is not ready and willing. No one calls someone "weak" for proclaiming a dislike for the romance genre, so prominent in society is the disdain for the potential creation of bonds of empathy between strangers. I find the contrast interesting enough to keep i [...]

    Murat G.
    Kitabı şimdi bitirdim ve bu edebiyat sarhoşluğu geçmeden içeriğe/konuya dair yorum yapmak niyetinde değilim.Hayatımda okuduğum en güzel veda tasviri sanırım bu kitapdaydı. (syf. 79)Hayatı hakkında hiçbir şey bilmeseniz dahi, sadece bu kitabı okuyarak, bambaşka bir türden bir adamla karşı karşıya geldiğinizi anlayacaksınızdır.Ve bu adam duygu/durumları aktarırken dili öylesine güzel, öylesine özgün, öylesine hayranlık verici kullanıyor ki; başka birisince b [...]

    Emilio Berra
    Quanto è amaro il sapore della gloriaIn questo romanzo Mishima ci presenta tre protagonisti: una ancor giovane vedova, il figlio tredicenne e un Ufficiale di Marina.La storia segue due linee : l'amore fra i due adulti ; le vicende del ragazzo e del suo inquietante gruppo di amici. Nello svolgimento dei fatti, i due 'percorsi' hanno più momenti di contatto, uno dei quali determinante nella trama del racconto giapponese.Mi soffermo in particolare sulla figura dell'adolescente con relativo gruppe [...]

    Aslıhan Çelik Tufan
    Tanışma kitabı olarak yerinde bir tercih midir bilemem, benim için isabetli oldu o ayrı. Yazarın diğer kitaplarını okumak için sabırsızlanıyorum diyebilirim. Gelelim kitaba Bir insanın kurduğu iç dünyasını ve hayallerini bilemezsiniz. Esasen hiç bilemeyeceğiniz birşeyleri yıkmakta usta da olabilirsiniz. Üstelik bunu kendi hayalleriniz ve tercihlerinizle yaparsınız. Peki ya bunlar sizin de sonunuz olursa? Çok sıradışı, beklenmedik ve tadı damakta kalan bir eser.Kit [...]

    Considero que El marino que perdió la gracia del mar se queda a mitad de camino. Lo que puede llegar a parecer una especie de tragedia griega termina siendo más precisamente una mezcla de distintos hilos narrativos con tintes románticos. Me ha gustado mucho el tratamiento de Mishima en cuanto al Japón de la posguerra, derrotado y con anhelos de viejas glorias, y el contraste del deseo y el fracaso, muy bien expuesto a través de la relación entre la tierra y el mar. De todas formas, el roma [...]

    İnsana ait tüm duyguları, çıkmazları ve karanlığı bu kadar şiirsel anlatımla keskin bir şekilde sonlandırmak, gerçekten sadece Mişimaya özgü bir kalem ustalığı gibi duruyor.

    Eddie Watkins
    Simple and wicked. Wicked? How about violently inevitable. Like a ritual the outcome is preordained and known, but for those who fall under its spell there is no loss of power. A brutal vision wedded to a dreaminess; a clear-sightedness goggled by fantasy blurs; an adolescent sexual awakening derailed into murder. This is one sexy bludgeon of a book, like a geisha sporting top-of-the-line brass knuckles.

    Po svim merilima jak roman. A ja sumnjao posle prvog susreta sa Mišimom. Ne znam tačno ni čega baš da se dohvatim ovde. Da li slave, da li grupice dečaka koji misle da su pametniji od sveta? Da li snažne romanse, da li prirode muškosti? Otrežnjujućeg kraja? Puno toga ima za knjigu od stotinak stranica, a opet ni u jednom trenutku se ne oseti nikakva žurba. Ali na mikroprimeru romanse: uvek me impresionira kada neko uspe da na circa dvadeset stranica bavljenja temom ostvari autentičnos [...]

    Nate D
    Like some baroque poisoned confection, a massive slice of dense chocolate cake, rich to the border of nausea, decked out with delicately overwrought sugar flowers and decorative drips and curlicues of livid icing laced with arsenic. That's the style here: enjoyably, beautifully overwritten in chokingly heavy prose, but riddled with dark portents and pockets of caustic nihilism. It'd be ridiculous if it weren't so serious, laughable if not so compelling. It's good. I'm having a hard time judging [...]

    Captivating writing although I had minor problems with the content. A widow takes her teenage son on a ship visit (he is crazy about ships). She hits it off with the 2nd Officer and they are soon an item. The son is part of a nerdy gang from school. Initially he is in awe of the officer but soon things take a dark turn. So what about the content didn't I like? Firstly, the group of 13-year old teenagers is rather annoying. There is a lot of facile talk about life, fathers, etc filled with silly [...]

    A very wicked book of sorts, but also a great book on children and how they think. Which is kind of devilish on my part to say - but Mishima captures the kids' view of something very grown-up. The book is very textural in that it is about a lonely woman's erotic impulses as well as her child picking that aspect of her personality or sensuality. Essential book in the Mishima world.

    Argh. Okay, so I've been agonizing since finishing this book about how many stars to grant it. What should the stars mean? Do they stand for how good I think a book is? Or do they signify how much I enjoyed reading it? I think this is a three-point-fiver for me, really. Argh! It's so tough to say.This book contained a great deal of five-star material. While there were several words and phrases that really jarred, these could have been clunky translation glitches, and in general the language and [...]

    Allie Riley
    I didn't quite finish it, actually, I got to page 165. But I was so revolted by what was evidently going to happen next that I refused to read further.Fusako Kuroda, a successful business woman, has been a widow for 5 years. By chance when visiting his ship with her 13 year-old son Noboru, she meets Ryuji Tsukazaki the Second Mate. She invites him to dinner, one thing leads to another (as it does), they fall in love and he decides to abandon his life on the sea in order to marry her. So far so n [...]

    Aunque no esté catalogada como tal, yo la considero una novela de terror. El protagonista, Noboru, es un adolescente huérfano de padre que se rebela contra su madre y no le perdona que ella rehaga su vida junto a un marinero. Si está solo, Noboru es inofensivo; pero cuando se junta con su pandilla se pliega a las órdenes del líder del grupo, un psicópata lleno de resentimiento contra los adultos. El discurso del líder cala en Noboru y termina convenciéndose de que su madre le desprecia. [...]

    I gave this one 2,5 stars. It was heavy on symbolism and extreme and utopian in it ideals on glory and honour. I didn't love it but it's certainly unforgettable in plot. The thing it really has going for it is Mishima's writing, which is precise, calculating, and incisive. I would suggest starting with Patriotism for new readers of Mishima.

    • Free Download [Crime Book] ¶ O Marinheiro que Perdeu as Graças do Mar - by Yukio Mishima Ú
      163 Yukio Mishima
    • thumbnail Title: Free Download [Crime Book] ¶ O Marinheiro que Perdeu as Graças do Mar - by Yukio Mishima Ú
      Posted by:Yukio Mishima
      Published :2019-02-01T10:28:25+00:00