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Kappa By Ryūnosuke Akutagawa Mario Teti I kappa non sono un invenzione di Akutagawa, sono spiriti dell antica mitologia giapponese, creature che vivono lungo i corsi d acqua Akutagawa ha immaginato e costruito il loro mondo Ha condito questo mondo fantastico, con le sue ossessioni In Kappa si divertito, con una satira pungente, a ridicolizzare e criticare la societ il mondo in cui faticava a vivere inI kappa non sono un invenzione di Akutagawa, sono spiriti dell antica mitologia giapponese, creature che vivono lungo i corsi d acqua Akutagawa ha immaginato e costruito il loro mondo Ha condito questo mondo fantastico, con le sue ossessioni In Kappa si divertito, con una satira pungente, a ridicolizzare e criticare la societ il mondo in cui faticava a vivere in ogni suo aspetto Il volume contiene anche i racconti I pidocchi Shirami , Rashomon, Il santone Sennin , Il fazzoletto Hankechi , Il naso Hana , Il verme del vino Shuchu , Mensura zoili, Il filo del ragno Kumo no Ito , Il tabacco e il diavolo Tabako to Akuma , Il paravento infernale Jogokuhen.
Ryūnosuke Akutagawa Mario Teti
Akutagawa Ry nosuke was one of the first prewar Japanese writers to achieve a wide foreign readership, partly because of his technical virtuosity, partly because his work seemed to represent imaginative fiction as opposed to the mundane accounts of the I novelists of the time, partly because of his brilliant joining of traditional material to a modern sensibility, and partly because of film director Kurosawa Akira s masterful adaptation of two of his short stories for the screen.Akutagawa was born in the Ky bashi district Tokyo as the eldest son of a dairy operator named Shinbara Toshiz and his wife Fuku He was named Ry nosuke Dragon Offshoot because he was born in the Year of the Dragon, in the Month of the Dragon, on the Day of the Dragon, and at the Hour of the Dragon 8 a.m Seven months after Akutagawa s birth, his mother went insane and he was adopted by her older brother, taking the Akutagawa family name Despite the shadow this experience cast over Akutagawa s life, he benefited from the traditional literary atmosphere of his uncle s home, located in what had been the downtown section of Edo.At school Akutagawa was an outstanding student, excelling in the Chinese classics He entered the First High School in 1910, striking up relationships with such classmates as Kikuchi Kan, Kume Masao, Yamamoto Y z , and Tsuchiya Bunmei Immersing himself in Western literature, he increasingly came to look for meaning in art rather than in life In 1913, he entered Tokyo Imperial University, majoring in English literature The next year, Akutagawa and his former high school friends revived the journal Shinshich New Currents of Thought , publishing translations of William Butler Yeats and Anatole France along with original works of their own Akutagawa published the story Rash mon in the magazine Teikoku bungaku Imperial Literature in 1915 The story, which went largely unnoticed, grew out of the egoism Akutagawa confronted after experiencing disappointment in love The same year, Akutagawa started going to the meetings held every Thursday at the house of Natsume S seki, and thereafter considered himself S seki s disciple.The lapsed Shinshich was revived yet again in 1916, and S seki lavished praise on Akutagawa s story Hana The Nose when it appeared in the first issue of that magazine After graduating from Tokyo University, Akutagawa earned a reputation as a highly skilled stylist whose stories reinterpreted classical works and historical incidents from a distinctly modern standpoint His overriding themes became the ugliness of human egoism and the value of art, themes that received expression in a number of brilliant, tightly organized short stories conventionally categorized as Edo mono stories set in the Edo period , ch mono stories set in the Heian period , Kirishitan mono stories dealing with premodern Christians in Japan , and kaika mono stories of the early Meiji period The Edo mono include Gesaku zanmai A Life Devoted to Gesaku, 1917 and Kareno sh Gleanings from a Withered Field, 1918 the ch mono are perhaps best represented by Jigoku hen Hell Screen, 1918 the Kirishitan mono include Hok nin no shi The Death of a Christian, 1918 , and kaika mono include But kai The Ball, 1920.Akutagawa married Tsukamoto Fumiko in 1918 and the following year left his post as English instructor at the naval academy in Yokosuka, becoming an employee of the Mainichi Shinbun This period was a productive one, as has already been noted, and the success of stories like Mikan Mandarin Oranges, 1919 and Aki Autumn, 1920 prompted him to turn his attention increasingly to modern materials This, along with the introspection occasioned by growing health and nervous problems, resulted in a series of autobiographically based stories known as Yasukichi mono, after the name of the main character Works such as Daid ji Shinsuke no hansei The Early Life of
Kappa By Ryūnosuke Akutagawa Mario Teti
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