1,000 Years of Japanese Literature: Cries of Solitude



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  1. @Fiction_Beast

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  2. @cjrains6022

    Nani?! 😂

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  3. @victorsanchez-wg1rz

    SALUDOS EKUATORIALES ANDINOS DESDE PUENGASI KITU…LA LLAKTA DE ATAHUALPA

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  4. @vilexross

    Sir, could you please do one video on Indian
    literature.❤

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  5. @cal3bru

    Answering my own question a little, our ancestors suffered things that we didnt have to so it just carrys on through the future subtly but surely!

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  6. @cal3bru

    Do you think the more people focus on the subject, pain and suffering, the more we evolve it to have some kind of cure?

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  7. @purevoid00

    Been following your content and watching your videos for past months. Never found a channel more relatable than yours…
    Thank you for reading.

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  8. @staygolden77

    Amazing content…..exceptionally well done. Have read ''I am a cat'', & ''No longer human''— but learned much while being entertained…..cheers to you FB!! Always have respected and felt as if I could relate to common themes in Japan…..simplistic/to the point thought + nature/solitude/contemplation of existence/not belonging to modern times……many thanks.

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  9. @Sachie465

    I’m amazed. No one would believe me if I told them that this was not made by someone who has studied Japanese literature for decades! I was sad that Tanizaki wasn't there, but he was mentioned at the end, so that's good. It was also good that you talked about haiku.

    Dazai has always been my favourite. I can't get enough of his self-deprecating humour and honesty. These days, however, I prefer Tanizaki. In one of Tanizaki’s essays he said that the beauty of Japanese expressions is that they say only half of a thing, leaving the rest to the imagination. It was only as an adult that I came to appreciate Kawabata's works, and one of the reasons why Mishima and Murakami are so popular abroad may be that they wrote on the assumption that they would be translated?

    (As for the almost complete absence of descriptions of food in The Tale of Genji, the fish available in Kyoto in the Heian period was dried or salted freshwater fish, and the occasional animal meat was also dried, basically a diet of rice to fill you up, and sugar was a precious commodity, so very frugal compared to today.)

    My deepest respect and thanks to you!

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    Your dedication to your craft is truly inspiring.

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  11. @matthewglenguir7204

    Based 2h videos

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  12. @TheSalMaris

    Primo, deluxe. You've out done yourself with this survey of Japanese literature. Thank you for this very informative offering

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  13. @koko-mk6lb

    I'm a Japanese high school student. Nowadays in japan, I feel like we don't have opportunity to learn about Japanese traditional culture in detail like this even we living as japanese. Thank you so much for make such a wonderful program!(I'm sorry for my poor English

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  14. @gracefitzgerald2227

    I hope someone told you that you are a beautiful person Fiction Beast. I never read Tales of Genji but I love it when you talk about it. ❤

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  16. @cheri238

    Thank you, Fiction Beast.
    🙏❤️🌎🌏🌍🌿🕊🎵🎶🎵

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  17. @marylee8372

    Thanks for this wonderful program ❤

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  18. @DaveKnightJustice

    NO PUEDO ESPERAR AL FINAL….TENGO QUE EXPRESAR MI AGRADECIMIENTO …..As always, masterful presentation and beautiful dissemination of knowledge… the sweetest beast of the Anglosphere… (the day it immerses itself in Spanish literature will be an epiphany…)

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  19. @paddy654

    I so enjoy your lectures❤😍🙏

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  20. @ericmyers3561

    Wow!

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  21. @to9362

    the Japanese people should break free from American occupation and join the free world led by Russia

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  22. @BookMonster1

    You make the best analysis videos 😭‼️

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  23. @BookMonster1

    Fiction Beast always makes the best videos

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  24. @Vhj_a

    I wonder how many hours gone be ?

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  25. @Joy-fo8cs

    I would like to learn about the culture, history, religion & philosophies (like Shinto) of Japan.
    Can you please recommend books for me as a beginner?

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  26. @user-iv5ii6pm6u

    OMG cant wait to watch this …big fan of you

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  27. @jasemalhammadi4228

    The theme of solitude in Japanese literature can provide some cultural context for the period of Sakoku, when Japan isolated itself from the rest of the world from the 17th to the mid-19th century. I like when you explain how Literature and storytelling shapes the mindset and consciousness of a nation and thereby impacts on its culture and even religion. We are apparently nothing more than storytellers. The persians have the culture of crying and weeping. They cry and wail for every martyr. This can be traced to their cultural past and literature. I hope you can do for other nations about the connection between literature and culture (i.e. Russia, France, Germany, etc).

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  28. @hiddenpandas6954

    nice

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