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He apparently thought this was his best book – remember that he won the Nobel Prize. For example, Gena Sosonko is not as good, but it’s not ridiculous either to compare him with Kawabata. The novel works most overtly as an elegy, a mourning of the past by sensitive and artistic souls who are uncertain of a highly industrialized present. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account.
There was one particularly poignant anecdote about Mishima’s conflicted feelings when Kawabata was awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature in Mishima who actually nominated Kawabata to the Swedish academy knew that the Nobel wouldn’t be awarded to a Japanese author again within his lifetime.
Hushour rated it really liked it. Indeed, I think if the Master could play Go and happily lost, like Sakine, Master of Chess, he could have enjoyed living longer.
A few days ago, Not and I watched the rather fine movie The Go Master – which, it might yasunaari you, isn’t based on this book at all, but is a dramatization of the life of a different player, Go Seigen. As the nominally stronger player, he had the right to adjourn the game when he wished, even when it was his turn to play.
Both deal with the psychological effects of obsessing over complex boardgames, and explore a central character whose life has been consumed by such obsession. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Este dureros de frumos. Somehow he turns it into an emotionally gripping meditation on life, art, fate and the inevitable destruction of traditional Japanese society.
Kzwabata is probably not the best novel to get started on Kawabata. With the end of the old Master, it is a certain idea of Japan which disappears. Often after a stone is moved, the opponent might take four hours of studying the board before making an answering move. Black for Otake vs. Certainly, the Master rightly deserves our respects for his graceful, heroic final mission.
During that time, Kawabata keeps on visiting with the man and often spends the night at the same hotels where he stays. In the course of one of one of these adjournments, he found an unexpected move that changed the course of the game and goo him to snatch a narrow victory. Another, more subtle motif in the story is the idea of the game as a pure form, untouched by the outside world.
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The Black stone always taking the privilege of an opening move. This is the second Yasunnari translation I’ve read “Snow Country” was the firstand the lack of flow is very noticeable. Ask me in the comments and I’ll try to elaborate in the wonkiest way I can. View all 9 comments.
Readable but not engaging. There, Otake’s started at R while the Master’s followed at R-4 p. Kawabata fictionalizes an actual final game of Go he covered as a journalist, a last contest between one of its most famed players, terminally ill and failing, and a younger, distraught player of some skill. Therefore, I read this book as a Go-illiterate outsider curious of such “a faithful chronicle-novel” p.
Simple in its fundamentals, infinitely complex in its execution, Go is an essential expression of the Japanese spirit.
The Master of Go
My ce was serialized in sixty-four installments. The sanity of life is found in the madness of Go. The Game of Go that has its origins in China about 4ooo years ago is now an inhabitant of the Japanese culture. Japan in fighting the war.
El Maestro de Go
Trivia About The Master of Go. Jan 01, Riku Sayuj rated it really liked it Shelves: See 1 question about The Master of Go…. Then they place a game piece down on a grid. Yasunai from The Master of Go.