It's a story about a woman who could meet a man that she can't forget forever
If Mishima Yukio was still alive, he would be 99 years old today
Kyoko's House is probably the most unfortunate novel in Mishima's career
Accept only things that I find 'beautiful' & reject everything that I find 'ugly'
Mishima visited & stayed in Sai shrine in Nara in 1966 to do research for one of his last novels
I've liked Mishima for a really long time, but always sensed something morbid around what he wrote
I have no interest in Mishima, but just curious why he could have such a strong will power?
If you're not that innocent, you can't commit suicide
A bookshop is one of places I go right after coming back to Japan from abroad
The more I get to know Mishima and his life, the more I become certain 'To live sincerely' always ends up in suicide
52 years ago today Yukio Mishima died It was sunny Wednesday noon in 1970 and it quickly became nationwide news
Yukio Mishima, a most acclaimed Japanese writer His last work consists of 4 novels Even in Japan, I've never seen these 4 books are bundled and sold like this
In Serbia I see this Dazai's book in most of bookshops Looks like it's translated into Serbian recently It's kinda interesting because Dazai was never recognised by the oversea readers
I saw that beauty and ethics are one and the same
Last night I was remembering friend’s sayings about Murakami and Mishima
Today I started to read Mishima’s 'The Temple of Dawn'
Every single moments were as beautiful as my memories, as beautiful as she was, as beautiful as......