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Crackling Mountain and Other Stories, Otogizshi: The Fairy Tale Book of Dazai Osamu, Return to Tsugaru: Travels of a Purple Tramp, No Longer Human, Self Portraits: Tales from the Life of Japan's Great Decadent Romantic, Schoolgirl, Ocho escenas de Tokio, The Setting Sun, Run, Melos! and Other Stories, Blue Bamboo: Japanese Tales of Fantasy
No description available, Osamu Dazai s i No Longer Human i this leading postwar Japanese writer s second novel tells the poignant and fascinating story of a young man who is caught between the breakup of the traditions of a northern Japanese aristocratic family and the impact of Western ideas In consequence he feels himself disqualified from being human a literal translation of the Japanese title br br Donald Keene who translated this and Dazai s first novel i The Setting Sun i has said of the author s work His world suggests Chekhov or possibly postwar France but there is a Japanese sensibility in the choice and presentation of the material A Dazai novel is at once immediately intelligible in Western terms and quite unlike any Western book His writing is in some ways reminiscent of Rimbaud while he himself has often been called a forerunner of Yukio Mishima br br i Cover painting by Noe Nojechowiz from the collection of John and Barbara Duncan design by Gertrude Huston i, Schoolgirl is the novella that first established Dazai as a member of Japan s literary elite Essentially the start of Dazai s career the work gained notoriety for its ironic and inventive use of language and how it illuminated the prevalent social structures of a lost time, The post war period in Japan was one of immense social change as Japanese society adjusted to the shock of defeat and to the occupation of Japan by American forces and their allies Osamu Dazai s The Setting Sun takes this milieu as its background to tell the story of the decline of a minor aristocratic family br br The story is told through the eyes of Kazuko the unmarried daughter of a widowed aristocrat Her search for self meaning in a society devoid of use for her forms the crux of the novel It is a sad story and structurally is a novel very much within the confines of the Japanese take on the novel in a way reminiscent of authors such as Nobel Prize winner Yasunori Kawabata the social interactions are peripheral and understated nuances must be drawn and for readers more used to Western novelistic forms this comes across as being rather wishy washy br br Kazuko s mother falls ill and due to their financial circumstances they are forced to take a cottage in the countryside Her brother who became addicted to opium during the war is missing When he returns Kazuko attempts to form a liaison with the novelist Uehara This romantic displacement only furthers to deepen her alienation from society