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    Utsukushisa to Kanashimi to Beauty and Sadness Yasunari KawabataBeauty and Sadness is a 1964 novel by Japanese author Yasunari Kawabata Opening on the train to Kyoto the narrative in characteristic Kawabata fashion subtly brings up issues of tradition and modernity as it explores writer Oki Toshio's reunion wit

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    Does a novel have to be pretty? Can’t a novel give account of sadness?Could a novelist be like a painter or sculptor? I suppose even a woman's hatred is a kind of loveWhat does it take to be a great author? Does one have to condense complex ideas to form out prose which is high on acumen and demanding? Could an author write so eff

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    “A book must be the axe for the frozen sea within us” Frank Kafka Beauty and Sadness is much than a mere contrivance t

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    This uiet haunting novel puts an intriguing twist on the love triangle narrativeOki Toshio is a well known middle aged writer When

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    Beauty and Sadness is an understated delicate story It begins with the sad memories of Oki Toshio an eminent writer and then gradually but fiercely reveals how those long ago events have done damage to the lives of many All

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    Devastating elegance After reading this I found out that it was his last novel And it was the first by him I’ve read Now not sure which way to go He touches such a deep nerve And he does it without being pretentious I might expend o

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    45 Stars Review to come

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    The acrylics are laid on a wooden table with monochromatic perfection A blank canvass waits to be explored Water droplets glisten as they leave the auburn bristles of the brush A flurry of horizontal strokes awakens the sordid paleness A dash of vertical Prussian blue collides with wavy ochre Vermillion over emerald Sienna peeping through the cobalt notes The brushes fall and fingers reign the dyed paper The

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    If we rid ourselves of every cultural artifact that blended love and hate together in eual measure we would be be left with very little that is worth remembering Love without hate is optimistic and hate without love is depressing but to have both That is an accurate portrayal of ourselves and after countless millennia we still crave the tales that delve unflinchingly into that bright and terrible line between the two But is it really a line

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    This is gonna get hypothetical because there are film versions of Beauty and Sadness Tristesse et beauté and U

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Beauty and Sadness Japanese 美しさと哀しみと Utsukushisa to kanashimi to is a 1964 novel by Japanese Nobel Prize winning author Yasunari KawabataOpening on the train to Kyoto the narrative in characteristic Kawabata fashio. Utsukushisa to Kanashimi to Beauty and Sadness Yasunari KawabataBeauty and Sadness is a 1964 novel by Japanese author Yasunari Kawabata Openi

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Lover Keiko Sakami and the unfolding relationships between Oki Otoko and Keiko form the plot of the novel Keiko states several times that she will avenge Otoko for Oki's abandonment and the story coalesces into a climactic ending. The acrylics are laid on a wooden table with monochromatic perfection A blank canvass waits to be explored Water droplets glisten as they leav