The key work from the Nobel Prize winner Oe, which follows 2
Japanese brothers who return from Tokyo to their childhood village,
to confront their family history. 'A new pinnacle in postwar
Japanese fiction.' Yukio Mishima
"'Somehow - and this is what gives his art such unquestionable stature - Oe manages to smuggle a comic thread in all this tragedy' (Independent) 'Though thoroughly Japanese, Oe, in the range of hope and despair he covers, seems to me to have in him a touch of Dostoevsky' (Henry Miller) 'A new pinnacle in postwar Japanese fiction' (Yukio Mishima)"
Winner of the 1994 Nobel Prize for Literature. Born in 1935, Kenzaburo Oe is the leading Japanese writer of his generation. He spent the sixties in Paris where he came under the influence of Sartre. Kenzaburo Oe is one of the great writers of the twentieth century.
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