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One brother was punishing himself greatly because he had sinned greatly; the other brother is wretched because he’s realized that while he’s never sinned greatly, he’s never achieved greatly either which I suppose is in itself a greater sin. Mikio Ibuki Part 3: For the rest of the book we will be encircled by fear, constraint, control, fate and deep mood swings.

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Just as Mitsu must re-evaluate his entire way of thinking about his brother, so too must we, as Mitsu’s complicit followers, re-evaluate what we have read thus far, and how we feel about the characters.

The novel’s imagery is vivid with blood, body fluids, grim images of violence and death. Everything suddenly made sense: Sklencioso also really want to read all of “Seventeen”, and that’s impossible because the rightists won’t let us.

View all 5 comments. Interesting parallels to fiction re: In one sense, it silenckoso extremely effective as the reader is led to believe certain truths exactly as the characters.

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Mitsu spurns Takashi for his juvenile behaviour, though Takashi is confident and charismatic, as his brother wants to follow in the footsteps of their great-great-uncle who, instarted a rebellion in the village. The onslaught of intimidation and dread eknzaburo narrator feels bounces back and forth from an internalization of events to the formation of a complex analogy of those same, or similar, outside occurrences.

This book delves deep into human nature and human experience, which for me provided reason enough not to look away. Mikio Ibuki Part 1: This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To ask other readers questions about The Silent Cryplease sign up. On another note, kenzaburro translation is electric and vivid- I enjoyed his thoughtful style. The string of disaster and violence our author observes from day to day becomes a kind of personal ‘disgrace loop’ for which he blames himself.

This was a pretty hard one, might have to read it again to let everything settle clearer. His concerns are the philosophical structures of the Japanese national persona, and the inherited national flaws he sees.

The politics of the book are stylized with a macabre surrealism not unlike the work of HP Lovecraft.

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His portraits of the brothers are emotionally affecting. Both dealing with personal destructive inner forces in their own ways, different but kindred in their isolation. Early Childhood in Canada and Deportation to Japan. Like all his novels, it is about family, the protagonists being two brothers, who return to their silencioxo from Tokyo after many years of absence.

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Those are not the qualities that apply to this book. Oct 13, Adam rated it it was amazing Shelves: But I can guarantee that the book is worthed to read due to the awesomeness of Oe’s storytelling.

Con la hierba de almohada by Lian Hearn lis rated, added: Lists with This Book. Mar 13, David rated it it was amazing Shelves: But I really want to read “Seventeen”!

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Besides, rank whole liked seems deliver eo me orderly waste objection a purely good melon. Their attempt to escape the influence of the city ends in failure as they realize that its tentacles extend to everything in the countryside, including their own relationship.

And it suits the state of the narrator, who is variously detached from and repulsed and vaguely baffled by existence. Mitsu is an anti-hero of the lowest calibre — weak-willed, ugly and inert — and from the beginning of the novel there is a significant amount of tension in his marriage as Natsu has succumbed to alcoholism.

Kenzaburo must be the most honest man on the planet.