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No Longer Human von Dazai, Osamu

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ISBN: 978-0-8112-0481-1
Herstellernummer: 19336110
Verfügbarkeit: Neuauflage/Nachdruck Januar 2022
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Portraying himself as a failure, the protagonist of Osamu Dazai's No Longer Human narrates a seemingly normal life even while he feels himself incapable of understanding human beings. Oba Yozo's attempts to reconcile himself to the world around him begin in early childhood, continue through high school, where he becomes a "clown" to mask his alienation, and eventually lead to a failed suicide attempt as an adult. Without sentimentality, he records the casual cruelties of life and its fleeting moments of human connection and tenderness.

Autor Dazai, Osamu / Keene, Donald (Übers.)
Verlag Norton & Company
Einband Kartonierter Einband (Kt)
Erscheinungsjahr 2020
Seitenangabe 176 S.
Meldetext Neuauflage/Nachdruck Januar 2022
Ausgabekennzeichen Englisch
Masse H20.4 cm x B13.3 cm x D1.4 cm 190 g
Verlagsartikelnummer 20481
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Portraying himself as a failure, the protagonist of Osamu Dazai's No Longer Human narrates a seemingly normal life even while he feels himself incapable of understanding human beings. Oba Yozo's attempts to reconcile himself to the world around him begin in early childhood, continue through high school, where he becomes a "clown" to mask his alienation, and eventually lead to a failed suicide attempt as an adult. Without sentimentality, he records the casual cruelties of life and its fleeting moments of human connection and tenderness.

Über den Autor Dazai, Osamu

OSAMU DAZAI was born in 1909 into a powerful landowning family of Northern Japan. A brilliant student, he entered the French Department of Tokyo University in 1930, but later boasted that in the five years before he left without a degree he had never attended a lecture. Dazai was famous for confronting head-on the social and moral crises of postwar Japan when he committed suicide by throwing himself into Tokyo's Tamagawa Reservoir. His body was found on what would have been his 39th birthday.

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