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One of the premier Japanese novels of the twentieth century, The Women in the Dunes combines the essence of myth, suspense, and the existential novel. Get to Know Us. See our Returns Policy. March 7, Tokyo, Japan. In this arwna and evocative masterpiece, the namel Here is the ugly flip side of Cartesian rationality: Nemuro, a respected salesman, disappeared over half a year ago, but only now does his alluring yet alcoholic wife hire a private eye.
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With The Ruined Map, he crafted a mesmerizing literary crime novel that combines the narrative suspense of Chandler with the psychological depth of Dostoevsky.
Kobo Abe, the internationally acclaimed author of Woman in the Dunes, combines wildly imaginative fantasies and naturalistic prose to create narratives reminiscent of the work of Kafka and Beckett.
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In a remote seaside ,obo, Niki Jumpei, a teacher and amateur entomologist, is held captive with a young woman at the bottom of a vast sand pit where, Sisyphus-like, they are pressed into shoveling off the ever-advancing sand dunes that threaten the village.
After missing the last bus home following a day trip to the seashore, an amateur entomologist is offered lodging f Lovecraft and other literary masters of the nascent horror genre. The nameless detective has but two clues: On his trip, the teacher travels first by train, then bus, and finally walks the final stretch to the beach.
The woman, for her part, welcomes his company and assistance, and shows no interest nujer helping him escape or in leaving herself. Other dream- oriented works settle for smaller effects, teaching us to laugh at the absurdity of the circumstances, but undermining the intensity of the story by arna surreal tone.
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Doctor of Humane Letters, Columbia University, The narrative now lacks motivation, drive and worst of all consequences. The author takes us to some hitherto unknown border- land, between the sober reality of the fully alert mind and the hallucinatory regions of our subconscious psyche.
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Any account of the history of dreamlike fiction needs to acknowledge the importance of Edgar Allan PoeH. Dazzlingly original, Kobo Abe’s The Woman in the Dunes is one of the premier Japanese novels in the twentieth century, and this Penguin Classics edition contains a new introduction by David Mitchell, author of Cloud Atlas.
A man is picked, apparently at random, only to be murdered before he can be programmed, but the computer can still read his mind. Strangely enough, John Fowles was writing a similar novel, The Collectorat virtually the same time as Abe—in both works an entomologist gets caught up in the illegal detention of people. This Kafkaesque novel is an ambitious work about the lives of outcasts in modern Japan and such troubling themes as ecological destruction, old age, violence, and nuclear war “New York Times Book Review”.
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From the acclaimed author of “Woman in the Dunes” comes Secret Rendezvous,” ” the bizarrely erotic and comic adventures of a man searching for his missing wife in a mysteriously vast underground hospital. I am reading the classics of horror fiction during the course ofand each week will write about a significant work in the genre. Son of Aabe and Yorimi Abe. At length, all the houses abbe to be sunk into hollows scooped in the sand.
By Clarice Lispector Week 6: On the other hand, I am fascinated by a certain school of modern fiction in which the whole story possesses a dreamlike quality. The narrator is a scientist hideously deformed in a laboratory accident – a man who has lost his face and, with it, connection to other people. He decided to focus on sandy terrains, and thus heads off for a different kind of beach vacation, with the catching net, jars and chemicals necessary for his quest.
You are invited to join me in my annus horribilis. Abe, in contrast, crosses over into dreamtime, bringing together the most incongruous and implausible elements into a story as shifting and unstable as the dunes it describes, yet presented with a rigor and attention to symbolic valence that never collapses into sheer fantasy or mindless horror.
A remorseless meditation on nature, identity and the social contract, The Face of Another is an intellectual horror story of the highest order.
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Columbia UniversityDoctor of Humane Letters. Ted Gioia writes on music, literature and popular culture. Three Related Plays Hardcover December, http: What follows is a wild journey involving drugs, mujdr, chases, and capture.
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