地の果て 至上の時 [Chi No Hate Shijō No Toki]

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  • Title: 地の果て 至上の時 [Chi No Hate Shijō No Toki]
  • Author: Kenji Nakagami
  • ISBN: 9784101274034
  • Page: 214
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    1. Kenji Nakagami

      See .Kenji Nakagami Nakagami Kenji, August 2, 1946 August 12, 1992 was a Japanese novelist and essayist He is well known as the first, and so far the only, post war Japanese writer to identify himself publicly as a Burakumin, a member of one of Japan s long suffering outcaste groups His works depict the intense life experiences of men and women struggling to survive in a Burakumin community in western Japan His most celebrated novels include Misaki The Cape , which won the Akutagawa Prize in 1976, and Karekinada The Sea of Withered Trees , which won both the Mainichi and Geijutsu Literary Prizes in 1977.During the 1980s Nakagami was an active and controversial figure in the Japanese literary world, and his work was the subject of much debate among scholars and literary critics As one reviewer put it, Nakagami was the first writer from the ghetto to make it into the mainstream and to attempt to tell other Japanese, however fictively or even fantastically, about life at the rough end of the economic miracle Nakagami was at the height of his fame when he died, of kidney cancer, at the age of 46 from


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