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9. Tanizaki: A Portrait of Shunkin – Modern Japanese Literature and Film
This continues for some time, with Shunkin proving a hard teacher but Susake clearly has talent. The possibility that, rather than being the act of any of the potential culprits considered by the narrator, the crime is of Sasuke’s doing, though not raised explicitly, is not far beneath the surface.
Shunkin suffers one more devastating tragedy when her porttait is burned with boiling water in her sleep by an assassin hired by a rejected suitor.
Jun’ichiro Tanizaki: 春琴抄 (The Story of Shunkin; later: A Portrait of Shunkin) – The Modern Novel
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Jun’ichiro Tanizaki: 春琴抄 (The Story of Shunkin; later: A Portrait of Shunkin)
Her beauty was a reason of the young woman pride and strength when dealing with her blindness and now even that was taken away from her.
Notify me of new comments via email. Immediately acclaimed by the majority of his critics as the embodiment of much that Tanizaki had long been propounding for his fiction, at first sight the work conforms to the author’s express desire to “reconstruct the psychology of a woman of Japan’s feudal past.