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The temple of the golden pavilion

Author: Yukio Mishima; Ivan I Morris; Donald Keene
Publisher: London : Everyman Publishers, [2000?]
Series: Everyman's Library (Series), 169.; Millennium library.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Fiction : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Generally regarded both in Japan and in the West as his most successful novel, THE TEMPLE OF THE GOLDEN PAVILION brings together all Mishima's preoccupations with violence, desire, religious life and  Read more...

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Genre/Form: Fiction
Material Type: Fiction
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Yukio Mishima; Ivan I Morris; Donald Keene
ISBN: 1857151690 9781857151695
Language Note: Translation of: Kinkakuji.
OCLC Number: 155999562
Notes: Novel.
Special reprint of 1994 ed.
"First included in Everyman's library, 1994"--Title page verso.
Originally published: New York, N.Y. : Alfred A. Knopf, 1959.
"The Millennium library"--Jacket.
Description: xli, 247 pages ; 22 cm.
Series Title: Everyman's Library (Series), 169.; Millennium library.
Other Titles: Kinkakuji.
Responsibility: Yukio Mishima ; translated by Ivan Morris ; with an introduction by Donald Keene.
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"Beautifully translated... Mishima re-erects Kyoto, plain and mountain, monastery, temple, town, as Victor Hugo made Paris out of Notre Dame." -- The Nation "An amazing literary feat in its minute Read more...

 
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