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Palm of the hand stories
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Palm-of-the-Hand Stories is the name Japanese author Yasunari Kawabata gave to more than short stories he wrote over his long career, though he. Start by marking “Palm-of-the-Hand Stories” as Want to Read: Yasunari Kawabata (川端 康成) was a Japanese short story writer and novelist whose spare, lyrical, subtly-shaded prose works won him the Nobel Prize for Literature in , the first Japanese author to receive. 4 Jul "Palm-of-the-Hand Stories" is a collection of 70 very brief stories by Nobel Prize- winner Yasunari Kawabata that were written between the early.
Nobel laureate Kawabata is best known in the West for such novels as Snow Country and Thousand Cranes, yet his short stories, written over 50 years, seem to. THIS fine translation of Kawabata's 'palm of the hand stories' (so called because they are so short that they virtually fit into the palm of the hand) offers a variety. 26 Apr Yasunari Kawabata's Palm-of-the-Hand Stories is experimental fiction in the true sense of the word, for although not every story in the collection.
29 May Palm of the Hand Stories, translated by Lane Dunlop and J. Martin Holman, contains 70 stories in pages. Most are no more than 3 pages;. Palm-of-the-Hand Stories. FSG Classics. Yasunari Kawabata; Translated from the Japanese by Lane Dunlop and J. Martin Holman. Farrar, Straus and Giroux. But according to Kawabata himself, the essence of his art was to be found in a series of short stories-which he called "Palm-of-the-Hand Stories"-written over the . It is impossible to generalize about the cornucopia of “palm-of-the-hand” stories by Yasunari Kawabata collected in this entrancing volume. Written over a period . These stories reflect Kawabata's abiding interest in the miniature, the wisp of plot Palm-of-the-Hand Stories captures the range and complexity of one of the.