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    SUMMARY 女生徒 READ & DOWNLOAD ¹ MAKANAT.CO µ Osamu Dazai Osamu Dazai µ 1 CHARACTERS Mornings are torture Glasses are like ghost Words don’t come easy out of your mind and those exact ones which may express what we actually

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    [E–book] 女生徒 Good night I'm Cinderella without her prince Do you know where to find me in Tokyo? You won't see me againTwenty thousand winks under the sea Twenty thousand plus one stars above twinkling their twinkle little star how I wonder who you are The house plants are not safe except for the fuchsias that are easily dr

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    [E–book] 女生徒 Osamu Dazai µ 1 CHARACTERS Mornings are grey Always the same Absolutely emptyWhat is this book? A teenage girl eats breakfast goes to school eats dinner goes to sleep A short and tense day in the life of unrelenting bleakness I yearned for everything long goneS

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    [E–book] 女生徒 READ & DOWNLOAD ¹ MAKANAT.CO µ Osamu Dazai SUMMARY 女生徒 Preface by Adam L KernForeword by Rachael Hutchinson Schoolgirl

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    [E–book] 女生徒 Whenever i put pen on to a paper or I type words I think of Osamu Dazai The craft of his writing with the mixture of his character euals a major influence on me and I suspect on contemporary Japanese literature as well For instance Mishima's major influence was Dazai Well sort of He didn't want to be a Dazai in fact he hated his work But the truth is hatred of Dazai's character and work was a sign of love and respect to the great

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    [E–book] 女生徒 I might not be much of a YA person but Teenage angst and uncertainty count me in I'm all about that This might be a Japanese book published in 1939 written from female POV but it's easily relatable; and contemporary if you don't look at the date

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    [E–book] 女生徒 tomorrow will probably be another day like today happiness will never come my way i know that but it's probably best to go to sleep believing that it will surely come tomorrow it will comewho is the schoolgirl?the one who hates everything but still loves wildly the morning emptiness and the hopeful daydreams the one who puts her faith in her own cynicism the one who fears her own courage the one with pellucid thoughts a

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    READ & DOWNLOAD ¹ MAKANAT.CO µ Osamu Dazai [E–book] 女生徒 Osamu Dazai µ 1 CHARACTERS 35 I go about saying how pained and tormented how lonely and sad I feel but what do I really mean by that? If I were to speak the truth I wou

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    [E–book] 女生徒 Osamu Dazai µ 1 CHARACTERS SUMMARY 女生徒 45I'm frantically torn between giving it 5 stars or 4 but then I decided to settle somewhere in betweenThe reason being THE ENDING and honestly it's not just with this bookit's with every Japanese novel I have read until nowThe endings are absurd you are left with oblivionThough that's not a problem in some stories but in this book it seemed obscure to meSo basically it's a story of a teenage girl and I can't believe ho

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    SUMMARY 女生徒 Osamu Dazai µ 1 CHARACTERS READ & DOWNLOAD ¹ MAKANAT.CO µ Osamu Dazai Emotionally disturbing yet hypnotizing and such an agreeable read It is only the third book by Dazai that I have read and it has leaved me as No Longer Human and The Setting Sun did aching for It makes me want to kiss a dog to look up to the sky and fill myself with the beauty of nature It makes me feel thankf

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SUMMARY 女生徒

READ & DOWNLOAD ¹ MAKANAT.CO µ Osamu Dazai CHARACTERS æ 女生徒 'Schoolgirl' is the novella that first established Dazai as a member of Japan's literary elit. Mornings are torture Glasses are like ghost Words don t come easy out of your mind and those exact ones which may express what we actually feel are even harder to come by to have congruity between our thoughts and our words is a rare skill However one may not able to put forth the exact words but one may use simple harmless docile words to create an atmosphere of enigma to express one s feelings It may sound uite simple but had it been so then we might not have been reading Dazai Schoolgirl is the Dazai s second book which I read after No Longer Human We don t necessarily have a preamble to a book its review but it often adds a depth and understanding that is otherwise impossible Well in case of Osamu Dazai an introduction might be of great help since he belongs to those authors who write to express their thoughts and feelings per se his understanding of human psychology feelings of different stages of human life is second to none And his own life his troublesome life drug addictions and suicide attempts adds semi autobiographical traits to his works and Schoolgirl is no exception here even though when narrator of the book is a girl The reader may not be able to get away with an inevitable feeling that Osamu Dazai is perhaps not only the story teller but also a participant here as it is the case with most of the books by Dazai The themes woven into the woof and weft of his literary tapestries were so obviously cut from the fabric of his life that even when he assumed the guise of a mawkish female schoolgirl readers have no trouble seeing through the flimsy veneer The close connection between Dazai s life and almost any of his works is immediately apparent although as an artist he naturally did not confine himself to a mere recounting of autobiographical details Schoolgirl depicts the story of a young girl who seems to be in conflict with not only her class but also with her emotions which are so often juxtaposed with how she is supposed to behaveThe novella is uninterrupted stream of consciousness monologue by a bourgeois high school student who has lost her father and lives alone with her mother Almost three uarters of a century later its prescience seems eerie hardly anything about this book seems to have aged least of all the narrator herself who is perfectly preserved somewhere along the road to adolescence The book is immensely simple in construction but this brevity facilitates great imagery throughout the pages Each section that you read and each page you turn makes you recall considering the subtext and noteworthiness of apparently disposable remarks such is the impact of the dialect of Dazai which is so uniue to him extremely basic but then can t be imitated It would be an futile exercise to describe plot of the book to any degree as the novella appears as a day in the life stream of consciousness like a broadened journal section where the youthful hero starts by discussing certain occasions that have impacted her life for example the war and the demise of her dad just to then be diverted some minor detail giving us a look into her mind The narrator of the novella jumps around strong feelings in one paragraph and then contradicting them in the next which represents the mindset of a teenage girl She goes on to touch upon seemingly mundane topics such as her dogs movies she likes her teacher and the garden around her house But all these humble happenings represent her feelings towards life the melancholy she is in to The narrator describes herself with the self loathing characteristic of all Dazai narrators the characteristic which is also akin to Dazai himself She is an eccentric storyteller given to flights of favor and sudden emotional episodes her internal mind is indiscreet and creative however one would realize that as one progresses through the book focus of the narrator shifts upon the pressing or actual uestions about life and her place in it the uestions which really matter in life and the uestions which perhaps haunted Dazai too I would have been happy if he ever whined or lost his temper or acted selfish but he never did We observe an abyss in her consciousness for she is fully aware of her flaws and limitations yet she always imagines for something extraordinary and genuine She wants to live an authentic existence but she doesn t have anything to offer The absurdity of teenage is peculiar to twentieth century s literature we have other examples such as A Clockwork Orange and The Catcher in the Rye which deals with the problem of adolescence but Schoolgirl has perhaps a different treatment to teenage in way that the narrator wants to live life on her own as non conformist but her angst remains inside her unlike the narrator of other books mentioned here The existential tension of the narrator remains unborn in her womb and the narrator lives an inauthentic form of existence which gives birth to extreme loathing of the narrator towards herself However despite an underlying sadness there is also a great deal of optimism in this novella May be something good would happen todayThe body had no connection to my mind it developed on its own accord which was unbearable and bewildering It made me miserable that I was rapidly becoming an adult and that I was unable to do anything about it The truth is that I secretly love what seems to be my own individuality and I hope I always will but fully embodying it is another matter I always want everyone to think I am a good girl Whenever I am around a lot of people it is amazing how obseuious I can be I fib and chatter away saying things I don t want to or mean in any way I feel like it is to my advantage to do soHappiness will never come my way I know that But it s probably best to go to sleep believing that it will surely come tomorrow it will come Schoolgirl is a significant piece of postwar literature in that it uestions and problematizes some serious intellectual issues on power gender and national identity yet it manages to do so in a completely accessible way It was the work which conveyed Dazai s written universe to the cutting edge of the abstract world in post war Japan Inside its pages can be discovered the social s of this period ever where young ladies in Japan were all the while ending up in organized relational unions The young lady in the story stresses over being constrained into marriage to a established man who she doesn t love The narrator is in the process of discovering herself and Dazai s chronicle of her shifting emotional states is masterful The book captures thinly veiled self loathing zany angst wild mood swings and sublime nihility of Dazai in a way that speaks to the disaffected youth in us all It s this strange mix of social critiue capricious daydreams and haunting biographical references that make Schoolgirl such a potent work though like any other works by Dazai this novella may also be emotionally disturbing as it might leave you with a strange of hollowness and emotional exhaustion as if you have become numb towards outer world nevertheless could be an enriching experience for someone who wants to delve into deep abyss of human emotions A Promise Remembered zany angst wild mood swings and sublime nihility of Dazai in a way that speaks to the disaffected youth in us all It s this strange mix of social critiue capricious daydreams and haunting biographical references that make Schoolgirl such a potent work though like any other works by Dazai this novella may also be emotionally disturbing as it might leave you with a strange of hollowness and emotional exhaustion as if you have become numb towards outer world nevertheless could be an enriching experience for someone who wants to delve into deep abyss of human emotions

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READ & DOWNLOAD ¹ MAKANAT.CO µ Osamu Dazai CHARACTERS æ 女生徒 Nventive use of language and how it illuminated the prevalent social structures of a lost tim. 45I m frantically torn between giving it 5 stars or 4 but then I decided to settle somewhere in betweenThe reason being THE ENDING and honestly it s not just with this bookit s with every Japanese novel I have read until nowThe endings are absurd you are left with oblivionThough that s not a problem in some stories but in this book it seemed obscure to meSo basically it s a story of a teenage girl and I can t believe how much I related to this character it felt as if I was reading my own monologue For instance My glasses are the thing I hate most about my face but there are certain goodthings about glasses that other people might not understand I like to take myglasses off and look out into the distance Everything goes hazy as in adream or like a zoetrope it s wonderful I can t see anything that s dirtyOnly big things vivid intense colors and light are all that enters my vision Ialso like to take my glasses off and look at people The faces around me allof them seem kind and pretty and smiling What s when my glasses areoff I don t ever think about arguing with anyone at all nor do I feel the needto make snide remarks All I do is just blankly stare in silence During thosemoments thinking that I must look like a nice young miss to everyone else Idon t worry about the gawking I just want to bask in their attention and I feelreally and truly mellowBut actually glasses are the worst Any sense of your face disappearswhen you put them on Glasses obstruct whatever emotions that might appearon your face passion grace fury weakness innocence sorrow And it scurious how it becomes impossible to try to communicate with your eyesGlasses are like a ghostThe reason I hate glasses so much is because I think the beauty of youreyes is the best thing about people Even if they can t see your nose or if yourmouth is hidden I think that all you need are eyes the kind of eyes that willinspire others when they are looking into them to live beautifully Myeyes are just big saucers nothing to them Given my lack of experience if my books were taken away from me Iwould be utterly devastated That s how much I depend on what s written inbooks I ll read one book and be completely wild about it I ll trust it I llassimilate it I ll sympathize with it I ll try to make it a part of my life ThenI ll read another book and instantly I ll switch over to that one The hyperbole of her teenage angst is at least in part a stand in for a larger struggle between the individual and society The truth is that I secretly love what seems to be my own individuality but fully embodying it is another matter the schoolgirl confessesHer inner world is largely ruled by her imagination and impulses But there is an edge to her idle thoughtsYou can clearly sense the teenage anguish that Dazai through the narrator puts up in between the lines sometimes clearly expressing sometimes suppressingit s like she s torn between choosing herself or the responsibilities she owes to her loved ones and the world around herIt gets gloomy at places but it goes along with the narrativeSo it s a suggestive readPS Thanks Supreeth for suggesting me to read this book and also the Friedrick Backman ones Unti on Jared Kushner zoetrope it s wonderful I can t see anything that s dirtyOnly big things vivid intense colors and light are all that enters my vision Ialso like to take my glasses off and look at people The faces around me allof them seem kind and pretty and smiling What s when my glasses areoff I don t ever think about arguing with anyone at all nor do I feel the needto make snide remarks All I do is just blankly stare in silence During thosemoments thinking that I must look like a nice young miss to everyone else Idon t worry about the gawking I just want to bask in their attention and I feelreally and truly mellowBut actually glasses are the worst Any sense of your face disappearswhen you put them on Glasses obstruct whatever emotions that might appearon your face passion grace fury weakness innocence sorrow And it scurious how it becomes impossible to try to communicate with your eyesGlasses are like a ghostThe reason I hate glasses so much is because I think the beauty of youreyes is the best thing about people Even if they can t see your nose or if yourmouth is hidden I think that all you need are eyes the kind of eyes that willinspire others when they are looking into them to live beautifully Myeyes are just big saucers nothing to them Given my lack of experience if my books were taken away from me Iwould be utterly devastated That s how much I depend on what s written inbooks I ll read one book and be completely wild about it I ll trust it I llassimilate it I ll sympathize with it I ll try to make it a part of my life ThenI ll read another book and instantly I ll switch over to that one The hyperbole of her teenage angst is at least in part a stand in for a larger struggle between the individual and society The truth is that I secretly love what seems to be my own individuality but fully embodying it is another matter the schoolgirl confessesHer inner world is largely ruled by her imagination and impulses But there is an edge to her idle thoughtsYou can clearly sense the teenage anguish that Dazai through the narrator puts up in between the lines sometimes clearly expressing sometimes suppressingit s like she s torn between choosing herself or the responsibilities she owes to her loved ones and the world around herIt gets gloomy at places but it goes along with the narrativeSo it s a suggestive readPS Thanks Supreeth for suggesting me to read this book and also the Friedrick Backman ones

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READ & DOWNLOAD ¹ MAKANAT.CO µ Osamu Dazai CHARACTERS æ 女生徒 E Essentially the start of Dazai's career the 1933 work gained notoriety for its ironic and i. Whenever i put pen on to a paper or I type words I think of Osamu Dazai The craft of his writing with the mixture of his character euals a major influence on me and I suspect on contemporary Japanese literature as well For instance Mishima s major influence was Dazai Well sort of He didn t want to be a Dazai in fact he hated his work But the truth is hatred of Dazai s character and work was a sign of love and respect to the great decadent literary figure and Dazai was extremely decadent in the Japanese context Drinker womanizer cad drug addict and extremely handsome and a writing talent that is extremely superb Dazai is one uniue writer and a day doesn t go by where I don t think about him Hmm perhaps this is really an obsession on my part but let s put that aside for the momentSchoolgirl is a snapshot of the day in the life of a young girl with her inner thoughts her childish impressions mixed in with great awareness of her world It reads like a narrative poem with some uiet beautiful moments but with a punk attitude Well punk attitude in 1939 Tokyo You can smell the coming disaster in these pages and they a writerpoet can smell the culture as it happens and Dazai is one of those writers who for sure knew how the wind was blowing at the time of his writings This small book is under a 100 pages but it hits hard like a heavyweight fighter One of the great writers of the 20th Century and Schoolgirl is small in size but huge as a classic piece of literature

  • Paperback
  • 103
  • 女生徒
  • Osamu Dazai
  • English
  • 25 March 2020
  • 9781935548089