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ヴィヨンの妻 [Viyon no tsuma] Mme Otani Est Mari E Un Crivain Alcoolique Il Passe Son Temps Dans Un Bar Et A Accumul Une Ardoise Consid Rable Pour Viter Le Scandale, Sa Femme Se Fait Embaucher Comme Serveuse Afin De Rembourser La Dette Malgr Leurs Difficult S Pour Survivre, Et Comme Tous Deux Fr Quentent D Sormais Le M Me Bar, Ils Se Rapprochent Mais Mme Otani Est Trop Sollicit E Par Des Clients.

  • Paperback
  • 66 pages
  • ヴィヨンの妻 [Viyon no tsuma]
  • Osamu Dazai
  • French
  • 20 February 2017
  • 9782268052809

About the Author: Osamu Dazai

, real name Sh ji TSUSHIMA was a Japanese author who is considered one of the foremost fiction writers of 20th century Japan A number of his most popular works, such as Shay The Setting Sun and Ningen Shikkaku No Longer Human , are considered modern day classics in Japan.With a semi autobiographical style and transparency into his personal life, Dazai s stories have intrigued the minds of many readers His books also bring about awareness to a number of important topics such as human nature, mental illness, social relationships, and postwar Japan.



10 thoughts on “ヴィヨンの妻 [Viyon no tsuma]

  1. says:

    There s something strange and frightening, like God, which won t let me die That s because you have your work My work doesn t mean a thing I don t write either masterpieces or failures If people say something is good, it becomes good If they say it s bad, it becomes bad But what frightens me is that somewhere in the world there is a God There is, isn t it I haven t any idea There s a 2009 Japan...

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    A newsfeed comment got me started reading about self destructive Japanese writer Osamu Dazai Not sure I wanted to start his longer, darker books, I looked at available short stories, and this one appealed to me most It turned out the Kindle version, though labelled as English, was actually in Japanese, so I returned it and after some scrabbling about online, read the story on Questia in Modern Japanese Literature From 1868 to the Present Day Dazai is here effectively narrating from the viewpoint of his own wife His Mary Sue, Mr Otani, has just published a story named Francois Villon, after the late medieval Frenchman described by Paul Verlaine as the first po te maudit The cover of this French edition is a little unrepresentative to show her crying Whilst she does shed tears at one point, much of the narrative is fairly unemotional as Mrs Otani sets out to try and find out a way of paying off her alcoholic husband s debts and then finding some focus through her new work even if it is in a bar he sometimes frequents I can imagine some saying this means h...

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    I read the English translation of Villon s Wife by Donald Keene, published in the anthology Modern Japanese Literature It s a story about a man named Otani who is a philandering poet who also likes to get drunk and tends to not pay for his drinks He gets into trouble with the owners of a restaurant he typically drinks at after he finally steals a bunch of cash from them which was done because Otani was poor and wanted to have his son see a doctor After they chase him to his home, his ignorant wife gets involved and she then ends up working at that restaurant Otani s wife also decides to stick with her husband despite his alcoholism and womanizing Essentially, this is a story about a family facing troubles and hardships but still holding themselves together and surviving It was a nice read, and one ...

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    Variations on the same theme J Lit Binge 9 Villon s Wife and Other StoriesBasically, all the stories contained in this collection feature a drunken, decadent artist that keeps destroying his family in a Dostoevskian characters way, feeling sorry for them and wanting to kill himself but not being able to do it.The same theme is weaved into Dazai s last two novels The Setting Sun and No Longer Human, and part of me was a little disappointed he was so obsessed with his own death and his own situation that he kept writing about the same theme.But then there are gems that are nevertheless surprisingly good My favorites are Tokatonton the sound of a hammer hitting a nail , the title story, and to some extent Mother All the stories are told in simple prose that manages to draw you into Dazai s world of suicidal thoughts, depression, and nihilism Yet some stories hint at some hope of salvation Tokatonton , citing Matthew 10 28,...

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