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  • Title: The House of Nire
  • Author: Morio Kita Dennis Keene
  • ISBN: 9784770023933
  • Page: 136
  • Format: Paperback
  • The House of Nire will come as a surprise to readers who expect a Japanese novel to be a mixture of gloom and sensitivity This one is unashamedly comic, and its view of human life derives from a warm curiosity that accepts the world as it is and wastes no time complaining about it The book relates the history of the Nire family from the end of the First World War to theThe House of Nire will come as a surprise to readers who expect a Japanese novel to be a mixture of gloom and sensitivity This one is unashamedly comic, and its view of human life derives from a warm curiosity that accepts the world as it is and wastes no time complaining about it The book relates the history of the Nire family from the end of the First World War to the end of the Second We meet Kiichiro Nire, founder not only of the family mental hospital but of the family itself, for he has changed their real name to something sophisticated Kiichiro, in all his vanity, selfishness, and absurdity, is one of the great comic creations of Japanese literature His children, adopted children, grandchildren, and any number of hangers on including a friendly but flabby Sumo wrestler whose career is going nowhere, form a cast of characters who, for all their oddities, tell us about actual Japanese people and their lives than almost anything we have yet seen in English And when, with the eventual fall of the House of Nire, the mood changes and the laughter dies away, one recognizes just how true to life this novel is and how involved in it one has become.
    The House of Nire The House of Nire will come as a surprise to readers who expect a Japanese novel to be a mixture of gloom and sensitivity This one is unashamedly comic and its view of human life derives from a warm

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    1. Momoko, die dritte Tochter der Familie Nire, strolcht gern auf dem weitl ufigen Gel nde der Nervenklinik herum, die ihr Vater Kiichiro Nire in der N he von Tokyo leitet Am liebsten h lt sich Momoko in der N he der K che auf, wo sie von den Erwachsenen unbemerkt Gespr che mitanh rt, die nicht f r Kinderohren bestimmt sind Die Handlung des ppigen Familienromans beginnt 1918 zum Ende des Ersten Weltkriegs und endet mit Japans Niederlage im Zweiten Weltkrieg Kiichiro, der Patriarch, wurde selbst als [...]

    2. THE HOUSE OF NIRE is an epic novel, big roman fleuve like the many such works written by Victotr Hugo, Balzac and Dumasor Galsworthy Historically, it covers the time period between the end of WWI until the end of WWII Mainly located in Tokyo and the area around it.A novel that was first published in two volumes I got a later copy that binds together the 2 volumes and this makes for than 700 pages With patience and sometimes putting it aside, I managed to finish it I m less impressed by the narr [...]

    3. Despite the ending which falls slightly into the unfinished and potentially miserable that is the mainstay of Japanese literature I love this novel The dimensions of the characters, and their development over time IN time is amazing I have always found it very difficult for a novelist to successfully incorporate historical events into the mainstay of everyday life, but Morio Kita is one of the few who was able to accomplish this endeavor with sparkles, delight, and perfect balance.There are so m [...]

    4. I dare say it s very good book but compare how I loved some books before and how I ve marked them I have not enjoyed this story as much What is amazing on following whole generations of one family is that you are following history of that country as well.

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