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1 Yukio Mishima on Wed Feb 17, 2010 7:42 am

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I've only recently read "the temple of the golden pavillion". I am currently trying to get my hands on a copy of "confessions of a mask". I was just wondering if anyone has read anything by Mishima?
One of my friends has forced him on me but he's one of those "this is my copy, go find your own", types.

2 Re: Yukio Mishima on Wed Feb 17, 2010 8:32 pm

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I'm sorry to say I knew nothing about Yukio Mishima before today, and I've read none of his books. I intend to change this now though, and already started reading about him... just what I need, another thing to become engrossed in.

He committed seppuku!! Hot damn, there's something I'd never have the balls to go through with... and with a shitty second, no thank you very much.

3 Re: Yukio Mishima on Thu Feb 18, 2010 8:26 am

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He also managed to form his own army. He's if nothing else fascinating, sometimes for very wrong reasons, but you can't look away.

4 Re: Yukio Mishima on Mon Feb 22, 2010 5:38 pm

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He is, like a train wreck, brilliant, but a wreck

5 Re: Yukio Mishima on Tue Feb 23, 2010 2:04 pm

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I honestly feel people don't pay enough attention to him. The Japanese knew he was something special from an early age. Yet if I walk into a bookshop around here ask for something that's reccomended I'm going to get handed Philip Roth if I'm lucky and the person actually reads. Thats not taking anything away from Roth he's very good writter.The majority of the time I'm handed the latest Dan Brown book.

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