The Sick Rose: A Pastoral Elegy
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240pp. May 1993
The Sick Rose: A Pastoral Elegy
Author: Sato Haruo; Translator: Tenny, Francis B.;
The shift in attitudes and concerns that took place in the Taisho period (1912-1926) was signaled by the emergence of a new and authentically contemporary Japanese sense of self. For many, Sato Haruo's novella Gloom in the Country marked that shift. Origi
"Sato's novellas "Gloom in the Country" and "Gloom in the City" form a topography of melancholy, offering detailed descriptions of this impersonal sadness as it is manifest in people, places and things. . . . makes these works as poignant for us today as they were for Japan in the early 20th century." –The Japan Times
Author: Sato Haruo; Translator: Tenny, Francis B.;



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