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         Mishima Yukio:     more books (100)
  1. Spring Snow by Yukio Mishima, 1990-04-14
  2. Confessions of a Mask (New Directions Paperbook) by Yukio Mishima, 1958-01-17
  3. Acts of Worship: Seven Stories by Yukio Mishima, 2002-09-13
  4. The Life and Death of Yukio Mishima by Henry Scott Stokes, 2000-08-08
  5. Five Modern No Plays (Vintage International) by Yukio Mishima, 2009-12-01
  6. Death in Midsummer: And Other Stories by Yukio Mishima, 1966-06
  7. Sun and Steel by Yukio Mishima, 2003-04-11
  8. The Sound of Waves by Yukio Mishima, 1994-10-04
  9. Thirst for Love by Yukio Mishima, 1999-02-22
  10. The Decay of the Angel (Sea of Fertility, Book 4) by Yukio Mishima, 1990-04-14
  11. The Sailor Who Fell From Grace with the Sea by Yukio Mishima, 1994-05-31
  12. Runaway Horses by Yukio Mishima, 1990-04-14
  13. Ba-ra-kei: Ordeal by Roses
  14. Musica / Music (Spanish Edition) by Yukio Mishima, 2010-06-30

1. The Mishima Yukio Cyber Museum
Biography and publication history, bibliography, information on the museum and forum.Category Arts Literature Authors M Mishima, Yukio......First Edition. The suicide death of mishima yukio, a writer of the Showa era,shocked the world. Two and a half decades have passed since his death.
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The suicide death of Mishima Yukio, a writer of the Showa era, shocked the world. Two and a half decades have passed since his death. If he were alive today, what would he have said about this new era?
The Mishima Yukio Museum (Bungakukan) to be built in the Lake Yamanakako Library Grove (Bungaku-no-mori) overlooking Mount Fuji shall give us a chance to reflect on such thoughts. The architecture of the museum is based on Mishima's western-style residential home. The writer's works, manuscripts and about 700 personal items are stored in this museum.
In anticipation of the museum, we present through the internet The Mishima Yukio Cyber Museum. The Cyber Museum will consist of an index of items stored in the museum, an introduction of some of the displayed items, Mishima's biography, reference maps, questions answered by top researchers, and a forum of comments for the museum.
The Cyber Museum is produced in an effort to introduce the world renowned writer and his remarkable works to as many people as possible.
History of
his Life
List of
his Works
The Museum
[Bungakukan] Each work displayed for The Mishima Yukio Cyber Museum has been processed by IBM Japan, Ltd. under its confirmation of understanding and / or consent obtained by Yamanakako village from the respective author(s) or right owner.

2. The Mishima Yukio Cyber Museum
mishima yukio Bungakukan Organizing Committee Members. Questions about MishimaYukio (6/28 Open) We welcome questions regarding the writer and his works.
The Mishima Yukio Museum (Bungakukan) is now attracting a lot of attention, not only within Japan, but from all over the world. It is located, along with the Tokutomi Soho Museum, at the center of "The Lake Yamanakako Library Grove (Bungaku-no-mori) ". The philosophy behind the Mishima Yukio Museum is to further "Propagation and Research of Mishima Yukio's Literature." With this goal in mind the museum will continue to preserve, utilize and collect Mishima related materials.
Timeline for the Construction of the Museum
July 21, 1996 Establishment of "Construction of Mishima Yukio Bungakukan Organizing Committee" August 14, 1996 Announcement of the creation of the museum September 22, 1996 "First Symposium: Mishima in World Literature" [Japanese] Opening of "Mishima Yukio Cyber Museum" on the Internet. July 1999 Opening of The Mishima Yukio Bungakukan (chief curator: Saeki Shoichi)
Mishima Yukio Bungakukan Organizing Committee Members
President Saeki Shoichi Professor Emeritus, Tokyo University Vice President Haga Toru Professor Emeritus, Tokyo University

3. Yukio Mishima
Yukio Mishima 19251970. Yukio Mishima was the most spectacularly talented youngwriter to emerge in Japan after world War II. Books by Yukio Mishima.
Yukio Mishima 1925-1970
Yukio Mishima was the most spectacularly talented young writer to emerge in Japan after world War II. Mishima completed his first novel the year he entered the University of Tokyo. More followed (some twenty three) along with more than forty plays, over ninety short stories, several poetry and travel volumes and hundreds of essays. In 1954, his novel, The Sound of Waves , won the Shinchosha Literary Prize. "His tetralogy, The Sea of fertility is his masterpiece, as he knew,"Donald Keene has said. After he conceived its idea, he frequently said he would die when it was completed. He completed the last volume, The Decay of The Angel the day of his death. He told Keene, "The title, The Sea of Fertility , is intended to suggest the arid sea of the moon that belies its name. Or I might say that it superimposes the image of cosmic nihilism on that of the fertile sea." At the peak of a brilliant literary career and at the age of forty five, he committed the ritual suicide called Seppuku on November 25, 1970. His death brought an irreparable loss to the world of Japanese letters.

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5. Mishima Yukio
mishima yukio (January 14, 1925 – November 25, 1970). Life; Translations 1941.This also marked his first use of the pen name mishima yukio. The

6. Fukushima Jiro
Fukushima Jirô. mishima yukio Tsurugi to kanbeni (mishima yukioThe Sword and Rouge). Tokyo Bungei Shunjû, 1998. A novel (at
Fukushima Jir´. Mishima Yukio: Tsurugi to kanbeni (Mishima Yukio: The Sword and Rouge). Tokyo: Bungei Shunj», 1998.
Bungakukai (April 1998) and can be found there. The general impression is of a biographical footnote coated with a thick layer of vindictiveness.
The first of the novel's four chapters is set in the immediate aftermath of Mishima's dramatic suicide on November 25, 1970, and dwells upon Fukushima's reaction to the event and his subsequent visit to Mishima's parents to offer his condolences. Fukushima, who had a very difficult childhood, notes similarities and (especially) contrasts between his own upbringing and that of Mishima, taking special pains to emphasize the understanding, elegance, and charm shown by Mishima's mother, Shizue.
The second chapter takes the reader back to 1951, when Fukushima, as a student of Japanese literature at Toyo University, first visited Mishima to learn the true name of the tea shop mentioned in the novel Kinjiki (Forbidden Colors, 1951). Fukushima recalls that he unwittingly caught Mishima on the rebound, the two spending a great deal of time from May to August 1951 in each other's company (including a week together at an inn on the Izu Peninsula). Fukushima then relates the circumstances leading up to their first separation (mainly a lack of romantic attraction to Mishima on Fukushima's part: he remained impotent throughout their relationship, and his sense of the absurdity of his situation caused him to burst into uncontrollable laughter during their final session together in Izu). Juiciest piece of gossip: Mishima preferred his sex frontal (at least during this period). Most memorable scene: Mishima fiddling with the dials of a portable radio at a hotel window trying to find a station with the right music to set the mood for his seduction of Fukushima.

7. Mishima Yukio
Published in Inscape, Spring 1974 THE AVAILABILITY OF YUKIO MISHIMA. YukioMishima is an established presence in contemporary world literature.
I say that the strongest literary influence on my whole life has been Shakespeare, of course, but in my early years in graduate school it was Nathaniel Hawthorne, and in the years between 1973 and 1983 it was definitely Yukio Mishima, for he captured my attention in a single evening (in the film version of one of his short stories, Rites of Love and Death ), and then drew me into the study of Japanese literature, which was my primary activity for that ten years, and, during that period, more and more of his work came to be translated into English. So I am offering as my item on Japanese Literature for April the first thing I wrote in the field, The Availability of Yukio Mishima (published in Inscape in 1974), which I think has held up pretty well. In my judgment Mishima will stand taller than any twentieth-century American novelist 200 years from now, and I was pleased to see that The East , a magazine I subscribe to, selected him as the most important figure in Japanese literature for the century. I would still be pleased to teach a course in Mishima (as I used to tell my chairman about the British Literature survey course, "free in the middle of the night")though I would also be willing to teach a course on James Joyce, with whom I have worked much more in the last few years, whom Time Magazine chose as the most important novelist of the century, and who does have a chance of standing taller than Mishima 200 years from now.

8. Exelia . E-magazine
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Vai a... Home Laboratorio Servizio Sveglia Collabora con Exelia Pubblicità su Exelia Libri recensioni Spider di P. Mc Grath. Natura morta con custodia di sax, Dyer. Come una bestia feroce, Bunker. L'opera formidabile.. di Eggers. ... Pahlaniuk - Survivor brani Lilih - Coltivare la lettura Eco - Baudolino Camilleri - La scomparsa di Patò Yukio Mishima. Stella meravigliosa, di Yukio Mishima. di Velabianca Ed. Neri Pozza "Fu allora che Akiko scorse un punto luminoso nel cumulo di nubi oscure. Toccò la spalla di Takemiya per attirare la sua attenzione su di esso. Si aggiunse un altro punto, infine furono tre. Scendevano sempre più grandi verso il mare, in formazione. Quando si avvicinarono apparvero nella loro nitida forma di dischi volanti."
Stella Meravigliosa è il romanzo in cui lo scrittore giapponese Mishima Yukio immagina l'umanità sull'orlo del collasso atomico, soccorsa da una serie di apparizioni di dischi volanti in tutte le parti del mondo, dischi che fanno prendere coscienza ad una famiglia giapponese di essere in realtà degli extraterrestri. Non tutte le personalità all'interno di questa famiglia, però, reagiscono allo stesso modo. Il padre ad esempio comincia a scrivere pateticamente appelli a Kennedy e a Krusciov per il disarmo mondiale.

9. Mishima Yukio
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Login [login] [password] [nocookies] Mishima Yukio Job Title Year Average (Nb) Director Patriotism Actor Affraid to die 1 reviews Patriotism Black Lizard 1 reviews Character Mishima 3 reviews Scriptwriter Patriotism Original story The Temple of the Golden Pavilion Patriotism Black Lizard 1 reviews rewards a remarkable performance according to us... underlines a bad performance according to us. Back Filmography Portrait Buy his/her movies Awards Famous Quotes Photos Interview Links Forum - 1998-2003. All right reserved. All complete or partial text reproduction must be asked to the webmaster

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11. MSN Learning & Research - Dictionary
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12. ArtandCulture
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13. Au Fil De Mes Lectures : Recueil De Citations
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14. Yukio Mishima
This novel by mishima yukio was first published in Japanese as Kinkakujiin 1956. Click here for more info. The mishima yukio Cyber Museum.

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... Forbidden Colors by Yukio Mishima After the Banquet by Yukio Mishima , Donald Keene (Translator)
Yukio Mishima
Online Resources Texts: Queer Histories Texts: Authors Index Films: Queer History ... Suggest a Name Names Index: A B C D ... Scholars Index The Temple of the Golden Pavilion by Yukio Mishima , Ivan Morris (Translator) A hopeless stutterer, taunted by his schoolmates, Mizoguchi feels utterly alone until he becomes an acolyte at a famous temple in Kyoto. But he quickly becomes obsessed with the temple's beauty, and cannot live in peace as long as it exists. The Merriam-Webster Encyclopedia of Literature Spring Snow (The Sea of Fertility) by Yukio Mishima A love story set in Tokyo in 1912, when the supremacy of the ancient aristocracy is being challenged for the first time by rich provincial families whose wealth make them formidable contenders for political power.

15. Mishima Yukio Zenshu
mishima yukio Zenshu published by Shinchosha Indeces are based on Shinchosha-Banmishima yukio Zenshu. Underlined or bolded titles are my favorite.
Mishima Yukio Zenshu published by Shincho-sha Indeces are based on Shinchosha-Ban Mishima Yukio Zenshu. Underlined or bolded titles are my favorite. Titles for which English translation is available were followed by the English title surrounded by a pair of parenthesis.
  • 3 (Shousetsu 3) : Kamen no kokuhaku (confession of a mask),etc.
  • 4 (Shousetsu 4) : Junpaku no yoru; Ai no kawaki (thurst for love); Ao no jidai
  • 5 (Shousetsu 5) : Kinshiki (forbidden colors) . I'm not sure the official read. It could be Kinjiki (highly possible) or Konjiki(less likely).
  • 10 (Shousetsu 10): Kinkakuji (temple of the golden pavillion) Shigakishu , etc.
  • 13 (Shousetsu 13): Utagenoato (after the banquet) Yuukoku (petriotism) Kemono no tawamure Ichigo Ameno nakano funsui , etc.
  • 18 (Shousetsu 18): Haruno yuki - Hougyou no umi 1 (Spring Snow - Sea of fertility 1) honba? - Hougyou no umi 2 (Runaway Horse - Sea of fertility 2)
  • 19 (Shousetsu 19): Akatsuki no tera - Hougyou no umi 3 (Temple of the dawn - Sea of fertility 3) Tenjin Gosui - Hougyou no umi 4 (Decay of the angels - Sea of fertility 4)
  • 32 (Hyouron 8): Woharino Bigaku , etc.

16. Shergood Forest: Yukio Mishima
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Yukio Mishima
  • Kimitake Hiraoka was born in 1925 in Tokyo, Japan.
  • He was born into an upper-class family, his father was a government official.
  • He attended the Peers' School and studied law at the Imperial University of Tokyo.
  • He was a novelist, playwright, poet and actor.
  • He started body building in 1955.
  • He became an expert in the martial arts of karate and kendo.
  • 1968 He founded the Shield Society, a private army of 100 youths dedicated to a revival of Bushido, the samurai knightly code of Honour.
  • He was married and had two children.
  • On November 22, 1970, he killed himself, in a ritual seppuku or disembowelment, in the headquarters of the Japanese Self-Defense Forces when a plot to return to the Imperial Japan of the past failed. His lover beheaded him quickly after.
Works by Yukio Mishima
Confessions of a Mask Book
It is the story of an adolescent who must learn to live with the painful fact that he is unlike other young men. Mishima's protagonist discovers that he is becoming a homosexual in a polite, post-war Japan. To survive, he must live behind a mask of propriety.
Forbidden Colors Book
Irresistible to women, the beautiful, young Yuichi embarks on a loveless marriage while he enters a homosexual underworld during postwar Japan.

17. Geständnis Einer Maske Roman Mishima Yukio
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18. The Mishima Yukio Cyber Museum
Details for display items will be discussed among the mishima yukio BungakukanOperation Committee. mishima yukio Bungakukan Organizing Committee Members.
The Mishima Yukio Museum (Bungakukan) will complete the trio of The Lake Yamanakako Library Grove along with the Takahama Kyoshi and Tokutomi Soho Museums. A central hall and a Yedo and Meiji village consisted of replicas of wooden homes owned by commoners during the two eras are scheduled to be built in the premises. The Mishima Yukio Museum (Bungakukan) will display the writer's draft notebooks, manuscripts, and roughly 700 personal items which were purchased in 1996 by the establishment. Up to 9,000 pages of manuscript including the rough draft of Mishima's major work "Hojo No Umi(Sea of Fertility)" and the unfinished novel will be stored in the museum. The two-storied western-style residence of Mishima Yukio located in Ohta ward, Tokyo will be the model for the museum. A research room will be set up on the second floor, and displays will be laid out on the first floor. Details for display items will be discussed among the Mishima Yukio Bungakukan Operation Committee.
Mishima Yukio residence in Minami Magome, Ohta ward, Tokyo.
Photographed on September 11,1996

19. Guildbook: Solicitors - ...and Masters Of It - Mishima Yukio (Kimitake Hiraoka)
mishima yukio (Kimitake Hiraoka). We see Japan reveling in prosperityand wallowing in spiritual emptiness Is it possible that
Mishima Yukio (Kimitake Hiraoka) "We see Japan reveling in prosperity and wallowing in spiritual emptiness... Is it possible that you value life, given a world where the spirit is dead?" W hen Mishima Yukio committed seppuku on November 25, 1970, aged 45, he was one of the greatest writers of 20th century, post-war Japan. He was known the world over, and had been nominated for the Nobel Prize for Literature three times. He was also regarded as the only modern writer talented enough to write Kabuki plays in the traditional style. But he was also highly controversial: a man of a previous time and age, unsuited to life in modern Japan. He was enamored of the era of Samurai that had passed away so long ago, and cherished the gay love that often occurred between noble warriors. The decadence of his stories, novels and plays reflected his vision of the world around him - a nation losing touch with its core values in the quest to become Westernized. And - perhaps more troublesome for him - he clamored for the Imperial rule that the war had taken away from Nippon. He might have died gloriously in the war, had he not been disallowed from serving due to a physical condition. As it was, he spent those years working in a factory in Tokyo, feeling disgraced and betrayed by his body.

20. Andrew Pothecary's Mishima Yukio Site
The Yukio Mishima web site created by Andrew Pothecary a site covering inwords and pictures the Japanese author, actor, poet, essayist, film-maker
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