Sobre el dragón del abismo

Sobre el dragón del abismo

Kyōka Izumi / Feb 26, 2020

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  • Title: Sobre el dragón del abismo
  • Author: Kyōka Izumi
  • ISBN: 9788494239090
  • Page: 470
  • Format: Paperback
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      • Kyōka Izumi

        Japanese profile Ky ka was born Ky tar Izumi on November 4, 1873 in the Shitashinmachi section of Kanazawa, Ishikawa, to Seiji Izumi, a chaser and inlayer of metallic ornaments, and Suzu Nakata, daughter of a tsuzumi hand drum player from Edo and younger sister to lead protagonist of the Noh theater, Kintar Matsumoto Because of his family s impovershed circumstances, he attended the tuition free Hokuriku English Japanese School, run by Christian missionaries.Even before he entered grade school, young Kintar s mother introduced him to literature in picture books interspersed with text called kusaz shi, and his works would later show the influence of this early contact with such visual forms of story telling In April 1883, at ten years old, Ky ka lost his mother, who was 29 at the time It was a great blow to his young mind, and he would attempt to recreate memories of her in works throughout his literary career.At a friend s boarding house in April 1889, Ky ka was deeply impressed by Ozaki K y s Amorous Confessions of Two Nuns and decided to pursue a career in literature That June he took a trip to Toyama Prefecture At this time he worked as a teacher in private preparatory schools and spent his free time running through yomihon and kusaz shi In November of that year, however, Ky ka s aspiration to an artistic career drove him to Tokyo, where he intended to enter the tutelage of K y himself.On 19 November 1891, he called on K y in Ushigome part of present day Shinjuku without prior introduction and requested that he be allowed into the school immediately He was accepted, and from that time began life as a live in apprentice Other than a brief trip to Kanazawa in December of the following year, Ky ka spent all of his time in the Ozaki household, proving his value to K y through correcting his manuscripts and household tasks Ky ka greatly adored his teacher, thinking of him as a teacher of than literature, a benefactor who nourished his early career before he gained a name for himself He felt deeply a personal indebtedness to K y , and continued to admire the author throughout his life.


    660 Comments

    1. Lo fantástico se mezcla con lo Real. Los paisajes naturales tienen el misterio propio de la Edad Media. Los fantasmas hablan al corazón y el terror es la sorpresa ante lo inesperado. La tensión psicológica en días de lluvia, noches de niebla, sombras a la luz de las velas y la luna.


    2. El mundo sobrenatural se funde con el real en unos relatos de belleza extraordinaria donde Izumi Kyōka emplea muchos elementos simbólicos e incluso poéticos (lo cual me encanta aunque sé que no es para todos los gustos). La niebla, el agua, la oscuridad, las horas mágicas de luz como el amanecer o el crepúsculo seres sobrenaturales, fantasmagóricos y mucho componente tradicional.La mujer y su belleza están muy presentes, hay una exaltación a la figura femenina.Un estilo narrativo muy be [...]


    3. Me gusta la forma en que Kyōka Izumi introduce elementos macabros y fantásticos en sus historias, entre más leo sus historias cortas, más ganas me dan de leer más. Aunque a veces me cuesta imaginar los escenarios (ya que mi mente automáticamente siempre convierte todo a occidental), su forma de entremezclar lo etéreo y lo real me han ayudado mucho a hacerme una idea del Japón de principios del siglo XX.


    4. Amigos de : cuando me veáis leyendo literatura japonesa, pegadme una hostia. O zarandeadme. Haced algo. Está visto que no es para mí. Sólo he leído un relato y medio y me rindo. "Sobre el dragón del abismo" es la historia de un niño que quiere tocarle las tetas a su hermana, se pierde en un bosque, es amamantado por una señora y se vuelve "lóquer" por el camino. Seguramente hay un significado muy metafórico-filosófico-budista en todo esto, pero no lo capto. A otra cosa


    5. Estoy maravillada con cada uno de los cuatro relatos de este libro. Para ser sincera no dejaba de pensar en la maldad de los hombres disfrazada de acontecimiento mágico. Es un ejemplo del pensamiento oriental


    6. Muy extraño el libro del Kyoka, en cierto modo tienen razón quienes comparan su narrativa a la de Poe.


    7. Very creepy and captivating at once, beautifully written and full of lovely poetic images of classic Japan. The only thing that diminished the pleasure of the reading to me, is that most of the stories are from the POV of children. Still a lovely read.



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