Mei Yumis Japanese Literature - Higuchi Ichiyōs Takekurabe, Nigorie, Wakaremichi, Warekara Higuchi Ichiyō

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Published: May 8th 2014

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Mei Yumis Japanese Literature - Higuchi Ichiyōs Takekurabe, Nigorie, Wakaremichi, Warekara  by  Higuchi Ichiyō

Mei Yumis Japanese Literature - Higuchi Ichiyōs Takekurabe, Nigorie, Wakaremichi, Warekara by Higuchi Ichiyō
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The young author Higuchi Ichiyo’s portrait appears on the Japan 5,000 yen banknote. She lived in the transitory period from Edo to Meiji.Takekurabe –Red Lips and Gray Sleeves: The amazing system of licensed pleasure palaces in Yoshiwara is describedMoreThe young author Higuchi Ichiyo’s portrait appears on the Japan 5,000 yen banknote. She lived in the transitory period from Edo to Meiji.Takekurabe – Red Lips and Gray Sleeves: The amazing system of licensed pleasure palaces in Yoshiwara is described precisely.

Physical and mental changes of children were conspicuous and understandable to grownups but sorrowful enigmas for the children themselves. Japan’s literary masters and critics praised Takekurabe as Ichiyo’s best novel.Nigorie – Turbid Bay: The storyline of the novel Nigorie, ‘Turbid Bay,’ runs in July in summer in touch with a downright stalker-murderer, the victim, and their background stories. A bitter remorse left behind.Wakaremichi – The Way To Go: A 20-year-old stylish seamstress seemingly came from a good family.

Once she said, “My heart burns with anger very often.” A 16-year-old employee of an umbrella shop was a foundling. One day, he wondered, “Whether I was born from a crotch of a tree.” Their relationship was over, all too soon. Okyo decided to live a better life, as a concubine. Japanese readers are moved by Kichizo’s final remark. “Okyo’san, please take your hands off my shoulder.”Warekara – Who Did It First: The wealthy madam, beautiful, innocent, and lonesome, was in the center of turbulence of jealousy and infidelity.

When she realized that she was blocked in every direction, everything had been arranged carefully against her. Who did it first?Postscript and Appendices: Stories so far untold are shown to overseas readers. In Appendix 1. Yoshiwara of the Edo period is described.

A fantastic world of Japanese culture and tradition was a collaboration of men as wealthy customers and women as the oiran and yujo in licensed pleasure palaces. In Appendix 2, how to make the waka-poetry is talked about. Read the detail.Translator’s Notes: It would be fun just to read the Japanese vocabularies and meanings.Enjoy!



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