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Kusamakura

af Natsume Soseki

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A key work in the Japanese transition from traditional to modern literature   "Walking up a mountain track, I fell to thinking. Approach everything rationally, and you become harsh. Pole along in the stream of emotions, and you will be swept away by the current. Give free rein to your desires, and you become uncomfortably confined. It is not a very agreeable place to live, this world of ours."   Opening with the most famous introductory lines in Japanese literature, this novel has been cherished by generations of readers as a glittering jewel in the crown of Soseki's artistic achievement. A painter escapes to a mountain spa to work in a world free of emotional entanglement, but finds himself fascinated by the alluring mistress at his inn, and inspired by thoughts of Ophelia by Millais, he imagines painting her. The woman is rumored to have abandoned her husband and fallen in love with a priest at a nearby temple, but somehow the right expression for the face on the painting eludes the artist. Beautifully written, humorous, and filled with bittersweet reflections on the human condition, this work was intended as a unique "haiku-novel" with a mood utterly different to anything ever produced in the West. Demonstrating along the way a mastery of everything from Western painting to Chinese literature, Soseki succeeded in creating an artistic tour-de-force.… (mere)
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Este ha sido mi primer contacto con Soseki, y no estoy seguro de haber escogido el título más indicado para sumergirme en su obra.

Se trata básicamente de una novela sobre el Japón rural de esa época. ¿O acaso es un ensayo sobre la pintura, la música y la poesía? Tal vez lo mejor sería elegir una descripción intermedia: la bitácora de un artista arquetípico, contando las experiencias y soliloquios del trayecto hacia su opera prima. Sí, esa es una opción perfectamente válida para este híbrido.

La pluma del Soseki novelista es exquisita, no hay duda. Las imágenes mentales que evoca son bellísimas, por lo que me quedo mil veces con este Soseki, y no tanto con el ensayista, que si bien interesante, por ahí me sacó algún bostezo. Rescato su crítica de la sociedad moderna, eso sí.

De todos modos, me ha causado una buena impresión, y me ha dado ganas de leer más títulos del autor; solo que no lo recomiendo para quienes quieran iniciarse en su obra. Tal vez las más conocidas [b:Kokoro|23483039|Kokoro|Sōseki Natsume|https://images.gr-assets.com/books/1414754620s/23483039.jpg|1977713] o [b:Soy un gato|8438558|Soy un gato|Sōseki Natsume|https://images.gr-assets.com/books/1509459182s/8438558.jpg|60969] sean más adecuadas para eso, lo comprobaré ni bien tenga la oportunidad. ( )
  little_raven | Jun 1, 2020 |
Una deliziosa prosa poetica che rilassa l'anima. Da leggere al termine di una lunga giornata, con una tazza di tè fumante. ( )
  WabisabiGio | Dec 16, 2019 |
Il libro non è consigliato alle persone irriflessive, indelicate e che soffrono di ipertensione. Se ne sconsiglia l'impiego anche agli intolleranti al finale aperto. ( )
  downisthenewup | Aug 17, 2017 |
Kusamakura (original title: 草枕) by Natsume Sōseki follows a nameless protagonist on his journey through a tour of the mountains to a hot spring resort, where he meets the daughter of the establishment and has a series of mysterious encounters. In the protagonist's quest to paint the scenery at the resort, Natsume expounds on art and the artist's position in society in a series of dense essay-like meditations. Scattered throughout the story are haikus and poems not only quoted from famous Chinese and Japanese poets but also by Natsume himself.

Kusamakura is a delightful exploration of the nature of art set during the time of Japan's opening-up to the rest of the world during the early Meiji Era, and thus the novel turns inwards to the pristine mountain scenery and silent courtship scenes, invoking the essence of Old Japan on the cusp of modernity.

As Natsume described the novel himself, Kusamakura is "a haiku-style novel, that lives through beauty". ( )
  xuebi | May 30, 2014 |
Dobrý námět, ale spíše nudné, a proklamované "úvahy o filozofii, estetice, způsobu a smyslu života a o umění" nestojí za moc. Navíc sloh působil poněkud neohrabaně (zřejmě dané překladem). ( )
  adno | Dec 9, 2012 |
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A key work in the Japanese transition from traditional to modern literature   "Walking up a mountain track, I fell to thinking. Approach everything rationally, and you become harsh. Pole along in the stream of emotions, and you will be swept away by the current. Give free rein to your desires, and you become uncomfortably confined. It is not a very agreeable place to live, this world of ours."   Opening with the most famous introductory lines in Japanese literature, this novel has been cherished by generations of readers as a glittering jewel in the crown of Soseki's artistic achievement. A painter escapes to a mountain spa to work in a world free of emotional entanglement, but finds himself fascinated by the alluring mistress at his inn, and inspired by thoughts of Ophelia by Millais, he imagines painting her. The woman is rumored to have abandoned her husband and fallen in love with a priest at a nearby temple, but somehow the right expression for the face on the painting eludes the artist. Beautifully written, humorous, and filled with bittersweet reflections on the human condition, this work was intended as a unique "haiku-novel" with a mood utterly different to anything ever produced in the West. Demonstrating along the way a mastery of everything from Western painting to Chinese literature, Soseki succeeded in creating an artistic tour-de-force.

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