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Having convinced himself that there could be no cultural commerce between East and West Foreign Studies consists of three linked narratives exploring this theme The first part “A Summer in Rouen” concerns Kudo a Japanese student invited to France in the 1950s It is a lucent snapshot of a young man who feels adrift in a Western. This is very introspective and sad like a lot of Japanese literature I ve read There were moments in this book where I felt that the author had captured a feeling perfe

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留学 Ryūgaku

In the early 1950s Shusaku Endo spent several years as an exchange student studying in Paris Around him existentialism Sartre and Beckett were making the city the literary and philosophical capital of the world But for Endo the experience was deeply alienating and he came away infected with tuberculosis his studies incomplete and. Foreign Studies is actually a collection of two short stories and one novel but all of them deal with the topic of studying abroad specifically in France And since it s

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Country The second part “Araki Thomas” sees Endo on familiar territory as he tells of an apostate Japanese Catholic who has visited 17th century Rome “And You Too” the third part is the story of Tanaka a Japanese scholar of French literature who visits France in the 1960s to research the life and work of the Maruis de Sad. Interesting look at Japanese expats in Europe through the ages 2 short stories and one novel covering the same topic Melancholic in tone Well written I would give it a


10 thoughts on “留学 Ryūgaku

  1. says:

    An excruciatingly shy and even asocial Japanese assistant professor comes to Paris right after World War II to co

  2. says:

    Foreign Studies is actually a collection of two short stories and one novel but all of them deal with the topic of studying abroad specificall

  3. says:

    This for me wasn't the best of Endo's novels although it contains the similar theme of the great divide between eastern and western cultures The third story that occupies the majority of the novel felt overly bleak and depressing and I was struggling a little to finish it Nevertheless it's the first Endo novel that I didn't like as much as his other novels

  4. says:

    This is very introspective and sad like a lot of Japanese literature I've read There were moments in this book whe

  5. says:

    A little dated as the globalised world and mass travel has changed things enormously since this was written but the refle

  6. says:

    Although not the best of Shusaku Endo's books The Samurai and Silence seemed better Foreign Studies is perhaps the closest to a memoir Built as a collection of short stories the longest spanning about 100 pages this book fol

  7. says:

    It is made up of three short stories of Japanese men living in France for their study just after and decades after the warThe scholarship and expectation from people and the difference between the ideal self and the actual self without any talent can be overwhelming from time to time This book captures the hardship of alienation and the loss

  8. says:

    from 65 mostly a book about the feelings of inadeuacy and loneliness experienced by lecturer Tanaka during a stay in Paris to research the Maruis de Sade prefaced by two shorter pieces melancholy but involving an

  9. says:

    Interesting look at Japanese expats in Europe through the ages 2 short stories and one novel covering the same topic Melancholic in tone Well written I would give it a higher star rating if it hadn't have depressed me so

  10. says:

    I read this set of novellas while living in Beijing That was a head trip