El Pabellon de Oro by Yukio Mishima, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. Novela basada en un hecho real, cuando un jóven novicio incendió un famoso templo busdista. El autor reconstruye los hechos y sitúa al muchacho como el. Results 1 – 30 of 39 El pabellón de oro by Mishima, Yukio and a great selection of similar Used, New and Collectible Books available now at
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He is so surprised that he laughs out loud, and Father Dosen calls him a fool.
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As Mizoguchi’s mental illness worsens, he neglects his studies. Kashiwagi is angry, and comes to suspect that Mizoguchi is considering suicide. This section’s plot summary may be too long or excessively detailed. Father Dosen thanks him, and tells him he has been chosen for the scholarship to Otani University. pabellkn
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Finally he remembers the words from the Rinzairoku”When you meet the Buddha, kill the Buddha”, and he resolves to go ahead with his plan. It was published in and translated into English by Ivan Morris in Mizoguchi spends it on prostitutes in the hope that Dosen will be forced to expel him.
Mishima collected all the information he could, even visiting Hayashi in prison,  and as a result the novel follows the real situation oor surprising closeness. He does not come. On hearing the news of the end of the war and the Emperor’s renunciation of divinity, Father Dosen calls his acolytes and tells them the fourteenth Zen story from The Gateless Gate”Nansen kills a kitten”, which leaves them bemused.
Write a customer review. On 10 June Kashiwagi complains to Father Dosen, who gives him the principal; afterwards, Kashiwagi shows letters to Mizoguchi that reveal the fact that Tsurukawa did not die in a road accident, but committed suicide over a love affair. Amazon Advertising Find, attract, and engage customers. The Temple of ek Golden Pavilion. She runs away and Mizoguchi follows, telling her that he mmishima her tragic scene two years ago.
He enters the Kinkaku and sets the bales on fire.
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Mizoguchi’s mind fills with visions of the Golden Pavilion, and he finds himself impotent. But the American planes avoid Kyoto, and his dream of a glorious tragedy is defeated. During the winter misnima that year, the Temple is visited by a drunk American soldier and his pregnant Japanese girlfriend. He goes outside to sink some non-inflammable items in the pond, but on turning back to the temple he finds himself dw with his childhood visions of its wl, and he is overcome by uncertainty.
In the spring of Kashiwagi comes to visit him at the temple, and gives him a shakuhachi as a present. He sets off northwest the next morning, to the region of his birth, and spends three days at Yura now Tangoyurawhere the sight of the Sea of Japan inspires him to destroy the Kinkaku. He goes to Takeisao-jinja a shrine also known as Kenkun-jinja and draws a mikuji lot which warns him not to travel northwest.
The pavilion, dating from beforewas a national monument that had been spared destruction many times throughout history, and the arson shocked Japan. Throughout he is tormented by the urge to confess, but never does so, and in the spring of he leaves with Tsurukawa for Otani University.
When Mizoguchi finds it there, he feels victorious. His ill father takes him to the Kinkaku-ji for the first time in the spring mishiamand introduces him mishia the Superior, Tayama Dosen.
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A stammering boy from a poor household, he is friendless at his school, and takes refuge in vengeful fantasies. Showing of 1 reviews.
When left alone with the girl, she tells him a story about a woman she knows who lost her pqbellon during the war. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
He continues running, out of the temple grounds, and up the hill named Hidari Daimonjito the north. This page was last edited on 9 Augustat Suddenly feeling that a glorious death has been “refused” him, he runs back downstairs and out of the temple, choking on the smoke.
Over the next two months Mizoguchi becomes obsessed with reproducing Dosen’s brief expression of hatred. Mizoguchi is bitterly disappointed by the end of hostilities, and late at night he climbs the hill behind the temple, Okitayama-Fudosan, looks down on the lights of Kyoto, and pronounces a curse: Learn more about Amazon Prime.