6 edition of Snow Country found in the catalog.
March 1, 1974
Written in English
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Snow Country is the fourth novel by Kawabata that I've readafter Beauty and Sadness and The Sound of the Mountain, which were okay, and Thousand Cranes, which was very good. I think this one falls somewhere between the first two and the latter; it was nice to read, and there were some beautiful, poetic passages, but, in line with previous experiences, I found myself drawn more to the form and style of /5(K).
"Snow Snow Country book, by Yasunari Kawabata, translated by Edward Seidensticker, is the first book by this Japanese Nobel Prize winner that I have read. I mention the translator because a non-Japanese speaker is totally dependent on the skill of the translator to capture the atmosphere, the nuances and the unspoken cultural aspects 4/4().
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As a child, imagine the thrill of holding your Snow Country book, with you as the main character, being able to read about your adventures along with your friends and. Snow Country is a book of dichotomies, its prose rich in symbolism. The scenery delivers metaphor after metaphor and acts as a catalyst for emotions.
The book starts with a calm snowy landscape and ends with a tumultuous fire. Komako’s passion meets Shimamura’s seldom disinterest, just as her respect for him attracts his pity. Snow Country About book: The west coast Snow Country book the main island of Japan is probably for its latitude (roughly, from Cape Hatteras to New York, or from Spanish Morocco to Barcelona) the snowiest region in the world.
From December to April or May only the railroads are open, and the snow in the mountains is sometimes as much as fifteen feet expression “snow country,” then, does not mean.
In the acclaimed novel "Snow Country," a Japanese landscape rich in natural beauty serves as the setting for a fleeting, melancholy love affair. The novel’s opening describes an evening train ride through "the west coast of the main island of Japan," the titular frozen environment where the earth is "white under the night sky.".
Kawabata’s Snow Country is one of those works that readers seem to “warn” other readers about with regard to the level of “patience” required to get through this book. Snow Country is an aesthetically magnificent book, and Seidensticker was able to do justice to Kawabata’s subtle and poetically resonant prose with his English translation.
We are of course lucky that Seidensticker’s translation is so masterful; but, even if it had been merely adequate, the relatively early introduction of a translation into English would still have gained Kawabata a prominent.
These are the first sentences of “Snow Country,” a Nobel Prize-winning novel by Yasunari Kawabata. They may not be so famous as opening lines of such novels as “Anna Karenina” by Leo Tolstoy, “Pride and Prejudice” by Jane Austen or “Moby-Dick” by Herman : Sam Yoon.
Nobel Prize winner Yasunari Kawabata’s Snow Country is widely considered to be the writer’s masterpiece: a powerful tale of wasted love set amid the desolate beauty of western Japan. At an isolated mountain hot spring, with snow blanketing every surface, Shimamura, a wealthy dilettante meets Komako, a lowly geisha/5(23).
This one-page guide includes a plot summary and brief analysis of Snow Country by Yasunari Kawabata. A winner of the Nobel Prize in Literature inJapanese author Yasunari Kawabata’s novel Snow Country (in Japanese, Yukiguani) was first published in various forms from throughand comprises a significant part of his body of work.
It initially appeared as a short story in a literary journal. Buy Snow Country (Penguin Modern Classics) by Kawabata, Yasunari, Seidensticker, Edward G. (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low 4/5(). Snow Country, probably the most famous of Yasunari Kawabata's classical Japanese novels, is the story of a love affair doomed from the very on the snowy, mountainous slopes of Western Japan, Snow Country tells the story of Komako, a hot springs geisha and Shimamura, a wealthy Tokyo dilettante who works as an expert on occidental ballet.5/5(5).
Snow Country Book Summary and Study Guide. Snow Country by Yasunari Kawabata tells the story of Shimamura, a quiet, observant man enjoying a charmed life and who, at a snow country hotel replete with hot springs, develops an odd and intractable relationship with a Geisha named Komako.
Nobel Prize winner Yasunari Kawabata’s Snow Country is widely considered to be the writer’s masterpiece: a powerful tale of wasted love set amid the desolate beauty of western Japan.
At an isolated mountain hot spring, with snow blanketing every surface, Shimamura, a wealthy dilettante meets Komako, a lowly geisha. Buy a cheap copy of Snow Country book by Kristin Neva.
Free shipping over $ Skip to content. Search Button. Categories Collectibles Movies & TV Blog Share to Facebook. Share to Pinterest. Share to Twitter. ISBN: ISBN Snow Country: A Copper Island Novel. Nobel Prize winner Yasunari Kawabata’s Snow Country is widely considered to be the writer’s masterpiece: a powerful tale of wasted love set amid the desolate beauty of western Japan.
At an isolated mountain hot spring, with snow blanketing every surface, Shimamura, a wealthy dilettante meets Komako, a lowly geisha. She gives herself to him fully and without remorse, despite knowing that /5(29).
Analysis. It is only fitting that this novel set in a land of fantasy and illusion begins with the protagonist's passing through a tunnel into that world, the snow country in Niigata province on the western coast of Japan, which receives exceptionally heavy snows from the cold sea winds.
Though Shimamura's three visits to the hot spring town. Originally published at Reading Reality A Snow Country Christmas is a candy cane of a Christmas romance, sweet with just the right touch of shivery, bracing coolness to make a delicious holiday treat.
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At an isolated mountain hot spring, with snow blanketing every surface, Shimamura, a wealthy dilettante meets Komako, a lowly geisha.4/5().Snow Country (Penguin Modern Classics series) by Yasunari Kawabata. Shimamura is tired of the bustling city.
He takes the train through the snow to the mountains of the west coast of Japan, to meet with a geisha he believes he loves.Snow Country, perhaps the most of Yasunari Kawabata's classic Japanese novels, is a dazzling portrait of a country geisha, Komako, in a Japanese hot springs resort, as seen through the eyes of a wealthy dilettante, Shimamira.