Stille sneeuwval - de geschiedenis van de zusters Makioka

Stille sneeuwval de geschiedenis van de zusters Makioka Stille sneeuwval vertelt over de voorname familie Makioka die moet toezien hoe geleidelijk aan haar sociale prestige teloorgaat Dit wordt duidelijk in de moeizame pogingen van de familie om de derde

  • Title: Stille sneeuwval - de geschiedenis van de zusters Makioka
  • Author: Jun'ichirō Tanizaki Jacques Westerhoven
  • ISBN: 9789045015668
  • Page: 134
  • Format: Paperback
  • Stille sneeuwval vertelt over de voorname familie Makioka, die moet toezien hoe geleidelijk aan haar sociale prestige teloorgaat Dit wordt duidelijk in de moeizame pogingen van de familie om de derde van haar vier dochters aan een waardige echtgenoot te helpen De deels tragische, deels komische pogingen hiertoe lijken allemaal gedoemd te stranden Gaandeweg verliezen zeStille sneeuwval vertelt over de voorname familie Makioka, die moet toezien hoe geleidelijk aan haar sociale prestige teloorgaat Dit wordt duidelijk in de moeizame pogingen van de familie om de derde van haar vier dochters aan een waardige echtgenoot te helpen De deels tragische, deels komische pogingen hiertoe lijken allemaal gedoemd te stranden Gaandeweg verliezen ze steeds meer hun grip op de wereld buiten de familie Stille sneeuwval is niet alleen een prachtig familiemoza ek, met vele onvergetelijke sc nes, maar bovendien een magnifiek literair portret van het vooroorlogse Japan.Stille sneeuwval is het belangrijkste boek van de grote Japanse schrijver Junichiro Tanizaki 1886 1965 Zijn vroege werk geldt als bijna westers decadent en wordt vergeleken met Edgar Allen Poe, Oscar Wilde en de Franse symbolisten Zijn latere romans beschrijven de teloorgang van de eeuwenoude Japanse tradities ten gunste van een meer westerse levenswijze.

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  • Jun'ichirō Tanizaki Jacques Westerhoven

    Jun ichiro Tanizaki was a Japanese author, one of the major writers of modern Japanese literature, and perhaps the most popular Japanese novelist after Natsume S seki Some of his works present a rather shocking world of sexuality and destructive erotic obsessions others, less sensational, subtly portray the dynamics of family life in the context of the rapid changes in 20th century Japanese society Frequently his stories are narrated in the context of a search for cultural identity in which constructions of the West and Japanese tradition are juxtaposed The results are complex, ironic, demure, and provocative.

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  • Let me hide at least a petalIn the sleeve of my flower-viewing robe,That I may remember the spring. Five years ago, we planted two trees in our enclosed garden, a gingko biloba, which bright yellow unique fan-shaped leaves beguile in autumn , and a cherry tree, for its refined and daintily colored blossoms in spring. Although some of our relatives at first criticized the choice of the Gingko, skeptical and worried about its stature in our miniature garden, the mighty Gingko is now firmly establi [...]


  • The yearly peregrination to the natural spectacle of the cherry blossoming in Kyoto is a millenary tradition in Japan. The symbolism attached to that ritual renders the transience of beauty. The constant collision between the explosion of exuberant vitality and the withering that precedes the inevitable defoliation marks the unrelenting passage of time and the virtuous circle of life rekindled from the ashes.It’s through the annual expeditions that The Makioka Sisters take to witness such a na [...]


  • My 'better late than never' review. Several weeks ago, I put out a request for a recommendation of a good Japanese book to read. My good friend Marita immediately popped up with The Makioka Sisters. This recommendation was seconded by friend Silvia Cachia. I read their reviews and ordered the book, then forgot about it. Then I became frustrated with the slowness of my current reading choices and complained on GR that I felt like I was stuck in a bog. Friend Travelin piped in with, "Go random." O [...]


  • Çok, çok güzeldi!Ancak bir yanımda buruldu. Sebebi elbette Tanizaki'nin Türkçe'ye çevrilmiş eserlerinin hepsini okuduğum için. Umut ediyorum ki, H. Murakami'nin tüm dünyada yarattığı zelzele biraz daha sürer ve insanların Japon Edebiyatı'na ilgileri artar. Ayrıca Japon gelenekselliğine sırtını dönmüş bir yazarla bu istihdamın sağlanması ise ironik ve düşündürücü."Nazlı Kar" gelecek olursam öncelikle Esin Esen tarafından yapılan çeviri mükemmel ötesi. Kit [...]


  • It's been such a long time since I've read a translation of the Japanese language. I had completely forgotten how calm and subtle the prose is, how patient you have to be in probing it. It's true that enough happens on the surface to make for a lengthy story, but it is the hidden depths that make the story engaging.Most of the story is occupied with the lives of the Makioka sisters, focusing on the third sister who even at her advanced age has not yet been married. The book starts with discussio [...]


  • This is one of Junichiro Tanizaki's major novels covering a family of women in early 20th C Japan. It is beautifully written with extremely well fleshed out characters and an entrancing plot. It is probably my favourite Tanizaki book.


  • I really wanted (and fully expected) to love this book. I loved Tanizaki's Naomi but for reasons that I can't properly express I never found myself engrossed in this as I'd hoped to be. I'd get into for a bit, get bored, put it down for a few weeks and then pick it up again.I can however understand why this book is so well regarded and I really keep vacillating on how to rate it. Set in Japan, it's an intimate look at a family of four sisters, their husbands, lovers or lack thereof and immediate [...]


  • 1930 ların Japonyası nasıldı, Japonya o yıllarda dünyaya nasıl bakardı, Japonyada insanlar nasıl yaşar ,hem gelenekçi hem yenilikçi nasıl oluyorlar gibi sorulara cevap bulduran, bu sitede bir arkadaşın yorumunda gördüğüm tavsiyeye uyarak bir harita ve not defteri ile japon müzikleri eşliğinde okurken orada yaşıyormuş gibi hissettiğim ama birtakım sorunlar nedeniyle uzuunn vadede okuduğum güzel japon kitabı


  • “The cherries in the Heian Shrine…of all the cherries in Kyoto, were the most beautiful. Now that the great weeping cherry in Gion was dying and its blossoms were growing paler each year, what was left to stand for the Kyoto spring if not the cherries in the Heian Shrine?”I really enjoyed this Japanese classic. In it, four Kyoto sisters attempt to navigate the waves of change that are rapidly engulfing Japan prior to WWII. The Makiokas are an old, wealthy Osaka family, that soon find thems [...]


  • A quiet book that portrays Japan at a time of great change, the late 1930s to early 1941, through the story of one family and their interactions with provincial and larger Japanese world. The Makioka sisters represent a culture on the brink, struggling to retain it's traditional identity in the face of change both internal and international. The modern world is coming whether this family wants it or not.This is not a novel for those looking for adventure or action. It's for those who want charac [...]


  • The Makioka Sisters (Sasame Yuki, Light Snow), first published in 1948, was written by Junichiro Tanizaki (1886-1965). Tanizaki wrote The Makioka Sisters after translating the Tale of Genji into modern Japanese and the Murasaki novel is said to have influenced his own. It tells of the declining years of the once powerful Makioka family and their last descendants, four sisters. It has been translated by Edward G. Seidensticker in 1957. Powerfully realistic, it mourns the passing of greatness whil [...]


  • Simplemente maravilloso. No olvidaré nunca estas semanas pasadas en compañía de la familia Makioka. El tiempo parecía suspendido durante la lectura y solo existía para mi la vida entre las paredes de la casa familiar de Ashiya, los vagones de tren conectando Osaka y Tokio y, por supuesto, la cita anual para ver la floración de los cerezos en los jardines de Kioto. Cinco estrellas más que merecidas.Gracias, gracias y gracias por descubrírmelo mi querida Magrat <3


  • Una novela maravillosa, que me ha recordado en su estilo a otras grandes historias como 'La edad de la inocencia', 'La saga de los Forsyte' o a las de Jane Austen. Eso sí, al más puro estilo oriental, pausado y extremadamente bello, poniendo atención a cada sentimiento.De las novelas japonesas que he leído, sin duda se encuentra ya entre mis preferidas.



  • Originally posted at olduvaireads.wordpress/20The Makioka Sisters is one of the most lovely things I’ve read in a long time. That is, if one can put it out of one’s mind that life in Japan in the late 1930s and early 1940s was not a fantastic time for women. This was my first Junichiro Tanizaki book and I was rather surprised at how well he wrote these women. It is odd especially as Tanizaki has a reputation for writing about characters with erotic obsessions and desires.I may have read this [...]


  • Jun'ichirō Tanizaki Genelde Japon edebiyatı, yazarları pek tanınmıyor. Ki çok büyük bir kayıp. Jun'ichirō Tanizaki muhteşem bir yazar.Nazlı Kar ya da orijinal adıyla "Sasameyuki" geleneksel dünyadan çağdaş dünyaya geçişi yansıtan ve dönemine ışık tutan gerçek bir başyapıt. Tanizaki 1930'ların Japonyasını, çağdaş dünyaya ayak uydurmaya çalışırken geleneklerinden de kopamayan Japon insanını çok güzel yansıtmış. Makioka kardeşlerin bir erkeğin gözün [...]


  • A bit long but still interesting story of four aristocratic Japanese sisters in the late 1930’s, which I thought would be fun as that’s one of my favorite periods in English literature. However, these ladies might as well be living in a different century as well as a different hemisphere — their daily rituals and cultural traditions were out of another world. While the various relationships among the sisters seem familiar (probably everyone with sisters has to negotiate the bossy, the over [...]


  • I read this masterpiece many years ago, and still retain a great fondness for it. Set in Japan in the early 20th century in the period before World War II, it's concern is the 'fate' of the Makioka sisters who still cling to the old aristocratic attention to detail and the minutiae of life while trying to survive the period they are living in. The pace is leisurely, meditative, and beautifully written. Its overall impact, however, belies the quiet exterior: the internal emotional drama builds up [...]


  • Tanizaki has a delicate sensibility all his own, and his ability to make the incredibly complex, sensitive world of upper class Japanese courtship and sibling relations not only comprehensible but also engaging, is remarkable. I became weirdly hooked on the lives of the four sisters and everyone in their social orbit. Everything from their petty dramas to their sincere attempts to navigate a complicated social order as the specter of WWII gets closer and closer is rendered with a slow, confident [...]


  • My, what a subtle, graceful thing this is. Tanizaki wrote The Makioka Sisters in the late '40s, amid the rubble and chaos of postwar Japan. The world Tanizaki describes has been destroyed, utterly and irrevocably. You can sense that this is a somewhat decadent society the Makiokas live a life of idle wealth and appearance-keeping, constantly fretting about the youngest sister's Westernized ways and the loss of respect for old Osaka families. Throughout the book, we get glimpses that war is on it [...]


  • Mee's rating: 4.5/5First published at: meexia/bookie/2017/12/My last book of 2017 is The Makioka Sisters by Junichiro Tanizaki (if you want to be pedantic, it's Jun'ichirou - which implies him being the first born son, but I couldn't find much information on this). At 530 pages it's no mean feat for me, and actually took me 2 months to finish. But I'm very happy to have finally read it. This is only my second book by Tanizaki. I really liked The Key, which I read aeons ago, and I had been meanin [...]


  • Poco a poco me ha ido convenciendo este libro. Durante mucho tiempo pensé en darle tres estrellas, pero ya hacia el final me había encariñado con los personajes y sus anécdotas, y ha terminado por ganarme. Las tres hermanas Makioka son extrañas y peculiares, con sus raras manías y su forma de ser a veces extravagante, pero al final no puedes evitar sentir cariño por todas ellas. Es de desarrollo muy lento, incluso para ser una novela japonesa. Algo parecido a una ceremonia del té: largo [...]


  • this book tells the story of 4 sisters growing up in Osaka, Japan. In the thirties, in the eve of the second world war, the four sisters are struggling to cope with their day to day life, trying to live up to the standards of their prestigeous family. Each of them has their own struggles, problems and faces and deals them in very different ways. Although this book is not very slow paced, and in fact not much happens, I was immeresed into the story of these four sisters throughout the whole, quit [...]


  • Un libro para degustar al mismo ritmo que la prosa de Tanizaki: suavemente, despacito, paladeando los ambientes, las palabras


  • I found this lengthy novel by Junichiro Tanizaki relatively interesting with lots of dialogs as well as seemingly endless descriptions. From its 530 pages, just imagine, there are totally 18 pages each having 39 lines without any indented paragraph. However, there are innumerable pages each having only one paragraph. Some might not mind reading these but, psychologically, I preferred reading it with usual paragraphs. Thus, I amusingly regarded it as a kind of sleeping medicine and it sometime di [...]


  • If you're hesitant, or have only read even a couple hundred pages, hear me out. I had to read this book for class. Otherwise, I don't think I would ever have pushed through it. It has a tendency to go on and on about fairly mundane matters, then unexpectedly rocket into an exciting event. This can make it difficult to read, and I know the unfamiliar Japanese names don't help. BUT.This book is amazing. The sensibility of the characters in general; the logical way in which they work things out, wh [...]


  • A capturing in words of a lost way of life, as well as the struggles and serenity unique to it.The Makioka Sisters unfolds gently like a bud on a tree. Tanizaki tells these women's stories in thoughtful, observant prose while making no assumptions of the reader, creating a beautiful but isolated world with a tinge of sadness to its edges.You have to be prepared with patience for this drama, as it is slow-paced, but that doesn't detract from its admirable beauty as a piece of fiction. It is a gli [...]


  • A wonderful and at times whimsical exploration of the Makioka family in pre-WW2 Japan, the slow, somnambulistic pace and prose fit well with the exploration of the day-to-day lives of the Makioka sisters and their husbands and maids. Nothing much really happens in the novel and something as quotidian as a character catching the flu is treated as a major event in the novel-but therein lies the beauty and uniqueness behind this novel. In part an exploration of the emotional inter-play between four [...]


  • The English version of this book is absolutely engrossing and beautifully written - I am extremely tempted to seek out Tanizaki's original manuscript and read the Japanese and English versions side by side. It's difficult to preserve the poetry of Japanese literature once it's translated - probably true for any language - but Seidensticker is a master at making the most of what the English language has to offer. To me, the story of the four Makioka sisters in early 20th century Japan is as addic [...]



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