O Tumulto das Ondas Set in a remote fishing village in Japan The Sound of Waves is a timeless story of first love It tells of Shinji a young fisherman and Hatsue the beautiful daughter of the wealthiest man in the vil

  • Title: O Tumulto das Ondas
  • Author: Yukio Mishima Manuel Resende Catarina Baleiras
  • ISBN: 9789727084517
  • Page: 304
  • Format: Paperback
  • Set in a remote fishing village in Japan, The Sound of Waves is a timeless story of first love It tells of Shinji, a young fisherman and Hatsue, the beautiful daughter of the wealthiest man in the village Shinji is entranced at the sight of Hatsue in the twilight on the beach and they fall in love When the villagers gossip threatens to divide them, Shinji must risk hisSet in a remote fishing village in Japan, The Sound of Waves is a timeless story of first love It tells of Shinji, a young fisherman and Hatsue, the beautiful daughter of the wealthiest man in the village Shinji is entranced at the sight of Hatsue in the twilight on the beach and they fall in love When the villagers gossip threatens to divide them, Shinji must risk his life to prove his worth.

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    1. The fresh morning breeze blows through your face, the sun is rising in the far horizon. An early ray of sunlight catches your vision and you feel temporarily overwhelmed by the gentle brightness of its glare but you welcome the comforting warmth caressing your skin. The chirping of morning birds and the steady buzzing of insects melt into a unified chorus of vitality that invigorates your slowly rising spirit. A smile comes to your lips. You live a simple rural life, uncomplicated, fulfilling. Y [...]

    2. You must remember thisA kiss is still a kissA sigh is just a sighThe fundamental things applyAs time goes by. The most enduring stories are often very simple. Boy meets girl, they like each other, the world conspires to drive them apart, they remain faithful to each other and, in the end, they may be reunited or forever alone. His name is Shinji, her name is Hatsue, but for most of the book they are referred to as 'the boy' and 'the girl'. The boy is a poor fisherman whose father has been killed [...]

    3. I'm probably crazy and am imagining a considering feeling between Yukio Mishima and me. I'm feeling like he's a kindred spirit kind of author who wants the same kinds of things that I wanted. (Past tense, I mean. For him, not me. I want.) Pretend I'm not crazy. What if The Sound of Waves was a beautiful story about young love between two young and loving individuals? Shinji, a simple guy who liked simple, pure at heart things like providing for his family and village. Not simple life stuff like [...]

    4. Kinda BR with Lau and Shii :P"But the strange way in which love can torture the heart with desire was no longer a novel thing for him."Mishima was a peculiar author and his uniqueness is reflected in Shinji and Hatsue's love story. You can expect Mishima's commitment to the island with detailed, aesthetic descriptions just as much as to breasts and tanning. Star-crossed lovers are often fated and forced to chose between life and love so I thought I knew what to expect from The Sound of Waves. Wh [...]

    5. Clearly, breasts fascinated Mishima. Now that we’ve established this (or rather he did through a couple of scenes and descriptions)…This is a story that embraces modern sexuality and teenage angst, a love story involving a young fisherman, Shinji, and a rich man’s daughter named Hatsue. Where there is love, there is rivalry, for Shinji must deal with another boy who feels entitled to Hatsue. As a result, conflict and gossip ensues and though deeply in love, Shinji and Hatsue find themselve [...]

    6. Λατρεύω τους περισσότερους κώδικες τιμής των λαών της ανατολής κι έτσι το βιβλίο ήταν όπως περίπου το περίμενα. Η μόνη παρατήρηση είναι ότι σε αρκετά σημεία νομίζω είχε πρόβλημα η μετάφραση. Ενιωθα ότι ο μεταφραστής απλά μετάφρασε κάποιες προτάσεις από τα ιαπωνικά τελείως [...]

    7. Dans Le Tumulte des flots, l'histoire d'amour entre deux adolescents n'est qu'un prétexte qui permet à Mishima de nous régaler de descriptions splendides. Celle de la mer d'abord, qui entoure la petite île où se déroule l'histoire et la coupe du reste du Japon, retardant l'arrivée de la modernité qui a transformé le pays dans l'après-guerre. Celle-ci s'oppose aux valeurs traditionnelles sur l'île, le respect de la religion, de la famille, des bonnes manières ainsi que le mode de vie [...]

    8. «Oyó el rumor del oleaje que rompía en la orilla, y fue como si su sangre joven se agitara al ritmo de las grandes olas marinas.» Hace muchos años que sentía intriga por este libro, me pasa mucho con los que tienen títulos lindos y poéticos (un día eso me va a jugar en contra).Es el primer libro que leo de Yukio Mishima –aunque no será el último– y sólo con el principio me enamoré del estilo del autor. Para mi gusto, el Capítulo 1 da cátedra de cómo se debe describir un lugar [...]

    9. Instead of reading the classics that most people read during their junior year of high school, we read stuff like this. Which, truth be told, is perfectly okay with me, because this is an absolutely stunning novel that I probably never would've read if it weren't for my International Baccalaureate program.The book centers around a young teen romance that seems destined to never be achieved - yes, a typical plot, but it is approached so atypically by Mishima. He writes in a style not too unlike t [...]

    10. Tumultuante simplicidade.“À luz da vigia, Shinji estudou a fotografia de Hatsue. A rapariga estava apoiada a um pinheiro alto do cabo Daio e a brisa marinha erguia a fímbria dos seus vestidos, remoinhando sob o ligeiro quimono branco de Verão e acariciando-lhe a pele nua. A coragem do rapaz reforçava-se com a recordação de que também ele fizera aquilo que agora o vento fazia na imagem.” (P.144)

    11. Aşık olarak tamamladığım bir kitabı daha bitirdim. Mişima'nın neredeyse fazla tek kelime dahi olmayan dupduru anlatımıyla, Şarkılar adası, balıkçılar, dalgıç kadınlar, deniz fenerleri, adadaki doğal yaşam, doğanın yumuşak sert tüm halleri, içinde yaşayıp bildiğiniz bir yerdesiniz hissi veriyor. Üstelik en güzeli iyilik ve umut dolu bir kitap bu. Kendinize benim gibi "ada hikayeleri konulu kitaplar" diye bir liste yapıyorsanız mesela, Dalgaların Sesi'ni gönül r [...]

    12. Elegante y atmosférica, la novela de Mishima es una entrañable historia de amor primerizo, pero también un hermoso lienzo donde se dibujan las vidas de una pequeña comunidad de pescadores japoneses. Con su envolvente y característica prosa, el escritor nipón demuestra una habilidad pasmosa para transportarte a la remota isla de Utajima y que puedas percibir sus paisajes, costumbres, aromas o incluso el embate del viento. El romance que surge entre Shinji, un joven curtido en las lides de a [...]

    13. Mišimina rečenica stvarno pruža veliko uživanje, ali sama narativa je poprilično ustaljena i, pa, bajata. Od tipične hepiend romanse, doduše nesporno tople, izmedju siromašnog i blago rečeno jednostavnog mladića (ali zato snažnog i dobrog, ma na leba da ga mažeš) i naaaaajlepše devojke u selu (sa, naravno, mrgudom ocem koji ipak samo želi ono najbolje za nju), jer može li drugačije, daleko mi je interesantniji bio duh i atmosfera ruralnog Japana, kao i neki sitni detalji nevezan [...]

    14. okurken hep bir sürpriz bekledim, hatta nedense kötü son beklentisi içine girdim. bir şey olmalıydı muhakkak, mükemmel aşka leke sürecek bir şey. yeşilçam filmlerine mumasil, yumuşacık aktı kitap ve son cümlede beklediğim damgayı vurdu. öykü ne kadar saf ve dokunaklı olursa olsun bir bit yeniği arıyor sanırım modern insan dediğimiz çöp kovası.kadın ve erkek tabiatı üzerine ince tesbitler gözden kaçmıyor. bunun dışında ada yaşamı, denizcilik denen mesleği [...]

    15. Shinji was too sweet a character for a Mishima novel. He lacked the destructive personality and anti-authority sentiments of a Mishima protagonist. I knew I wasn't going to enjoy this one when Shinji talked of how he dreamed of owning a freight ship to relieve her mother of her duties.

    16. Primo approccio con Yukio Mishima, sinceramente mi aspettavo molto di più. Ho volutamente optato per qualcosa di breve, così da farmi un'idea del suo stile. Devo ammettere che la prosa è scorrevole ma soprattutto molto evocativa e suggestiva, è in grado davvero di trasmettere la sensazione di trovarsi a passeggiare nell'isola di Uta-jima; in mezzo a quella gente così ingenua e dalla mentalità arretrata dove sono le tradizioni e l'integrità morale a predominare ed il progresso non ha ancor [...]

    17. A beautiful, simple and classic story of the trials of love. Also, these Vintage editions are just gorgeous.

    18. This is the incongruity between happiness and sadness. Ecstacy, which is happiness in in its most extreme, does not bring one to anywhere beyond life. He will still be alive, as before, maybe more uplifted, in a walking-in-the-clouds kind of joy but that'd be it. In contrast, sadness in its most extreme often brings suicide as an option Not only can death be desired, it can actually be realized. Not even the possibility of future happiness can rescue the man.We know, of course, that Yukio Mishim [...]

    19. What a novel ?! oh my God , how gentle and high moral was the characters !! it was really amazing story of a first love between two innocent good spirits , i loved Japan through this book , and Yukio Mishima's description of scenes makes you really hear the sound of waves love love love .

    20. The weakest entry in the Mishima canon that I've read so far. It's hampered in part by near-rape scene that's played at first like a bit of tawdry drama and then (after it's thwarted, thank Amun-Ra, but the way it plays out still sucks) an utterly jarring and unfunny and just plain "why" turn toward slapstick of all fucking things that's timed about as well as a fart at a funeral. Structural problems abound, too. For the whole of the last two chapters, it seems that Mishima had written himself i [...]

    21. As unabashedly delicious and pervy as one of those really good/bad Aussie teen soaps from the early ‘90s, but written by a literary and philosophical genius.I love how Mishima just dashed off all these pulp novellas throughout his career, in between his masterworks, but didn’t accord them any less respect, attention, or craft. It’s like if Tolstoy, between "Anna Karenina" and "The Death of Ivan Ilyich," decided to write steamy young adult fiction or gay soldier stories, and you could buy t [...]

    22. دقیقا زمانی که داشتم از داستان لذت می بردم،این علامت حالم رو خراب کرد. به طور کلی فکر می کنم وقتی ارزش اثر رو با قسمت های قیچی شده می سنجیم با سانسورچی ها هم رای می شویم اما این زمانی ست که خط اصلی داستان آسیبی نبیند وگرنه به دریافت ناقص یا حتی غلطی از داستان می رسیم. خلاصه اش این [...]

    23. סיפור אהבה מינורי על אהבה ראשונה בין שינג'י להאטסו. הוא דייג בן למשפחה ענייה היא בת למשפה אמידה. בכפר דייגים בו למעמדות יש משמעות רבה, מהו הסיכוי שאהבה זו תצלח? כשהלשונות הרוחשות משתוללות, ושמה הטוב של האטסו מוכתם, שינג'י נאלץ להוכיח את אהבתו, גבורתו ואת היותו ראוי לבת של הגביר [...]

    24. Reading "The Sound of Waves" by Yukio Mishima was a bit different from his style due to his narrations on an island called Utah-Jima, its inhabitants and the waves as we are likely to perceive them as eternal phenomena, that is, something taken for granted with less changes. All living or natural there might bore us at first sight of this interesting novel but Mishima could make it for his readers by means of his exceptional literary expertise. I don't know Japanese so I presumed 'Song Island' a [...]

    25. Mientras leía, no podía dejar de pensar que estaba ante un Mishima "inusual" y, en parte, así era. La historia de amor, pilar central de la trama, es más dulce y menos trágica que lo visto en otras obras del escritor nipón, y el final feliz podría hacer pensar que Mishima hubiese abandonado su estilo en esta novela.Pero no. Si miramos con detenimiento, vemos que Mishima, y sus "temas", siguen estando presentes: la añoranza por la pureza de lo "tradicional", la naturaleza, el desasosiego [...]

    26. When I first began the school year teaching Global Lit, this was one of the texts I most looked forward to teaching. For one thing, I really enjoy reading novels and for another, this is a beautifully-written one. It reminds me of teaching the juniors last year and reading Ragtime in preparation to teach it. There are undoubtedly heartbreaking moments in this story. There are also incredible subtleties that make re-reading it really enjoyable. Mishima uses nature metaphors vivid and often, and w [...]

    27. It always looked like it was going to happen a tragedy, or that they would have real hard obstacles to be together. But being sincere, they both were too young; what is more difficult at that age than the father of your girl decides to lock her up and you are unable to be with her? And also you are so inexperienced about a lot of stuff to know how to react. I liked the writing, very fluid but not simple; after a while I felt I knew the island. I loved the beginning but not that much the ending. [...]

    28. 'Dalgaların Sesi', Yukio Mishima ile tanışma kitabımdı. Yazarın Bereket Denizi dörtlemesine başlamadan önce bir seriye ait olmayan, tek kitaplarını öncelikli olarak okumak istedim. Kitap, olabildiğine sade bir dille yazılmış bir aşk öyküsünü işlemesine karşın, çok keyif alarak okuduğum bir eser oldu. Mishima'nın, Japonya'nın ana karadan uzak Uta-Jima adasını arka plana koyarak anlattığı hikaye 2. Dünya Savaşı'ndan sonra, tahmini olarak 1954 ya da 1955 yıllar [...]

    29. E' stata una lettura molto piacevole, una poetica storia d'amore in un villaggio di pescatori, ma continuando a leggere, mi sono resa conto che la storia d'amore è stata quasi uno "stratagemma" per farci conoscete Uto-jima. Il libro è come se fosse stato dedicato ai suoni e alla natura dell'isola, senza però tralasciare, anche se li ho trovati un po' in secondo piano, i suoi abitanti; forti, leali (anche chi di primo acchito non è sembrato) e un po' ruvidi nella loro semplicità, ma non bana [...]

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