Tokyo Nights

Tokyo Nights Fiction This Book Is A Fast And Enjoyable Read Take Three Men And Three Women Mix Them Well In The Summer Heat And Cool Autumn Of Ginza This Book Was First Published In London In , Revised Edition Published In This Second Revised Edition Contains A New Introduction By David Cozy A Bizarre Manga, A Post Modern Comedy Of Manners Full Of Withering Insights Into Contemporary Japan The Japan Times It Is Richie S Unswerving Commitment To Make It Only Too Plain What These Sorts Of People Do Say And Don T Say To Each Other That Makes The Novel So Suffocatingly Authentic Intersect

Donald Richie is an American born author who has written about the Japanese people and Japanese cinema Although he considers himself only a writer, Richie has directed many experimental films, the first when he was 17 Although Richie speaks Japanese fluently, he can neither read nor write it.During World War II, he served aboard Liberty ships as a purser and medical officer By then he had alrea

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  • Paperback
  • 224 pages
  • Tokyo Nights
  • Donald Richie
  • English
  • 17 February 2017
  • 9781933606002

15 thoughts on “Tokyo Nights

  1. says:

    Wonderfully Japanese in its handling of its own form Richie creates Japan and Tokyo here, not by telling you what it is, but by forcing you to see it in order to follow the characters These people are part of this place, and they could only exist in this place, as this place is the only one that could create these people Only underdone by the fact that Richie s essay writing and true portrait are even better.

  2. says:

    It s a very cool story with loads of insight into Japanese culture, but the prose was excruciatingly bad, just tought to read by the end.

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