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READER ¹ TEXT 女生徒FREE ç OSAMU DAZAI 太宰 治 real name Shūji TSUSHIMA was a Japanese author who is considered one of the foremost fiction writers of th century Japan A number of his most popular works such as Shayō The Setting Sun and Ningen Shikkaku No Longer Human are considered modern day classics in JapanWith a semi autobiographical style and transparency into his personal life Dazai’s stories have intrigued the minds of many readers His books also bring about awareness to a number of important topics such as human nature mental illness social relationships and postwar Japan.

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  • Gaurav

    READER ¹ TEXT 女生徒FREE ç OSAMU DAZAI 女生徒 Mornings are torture Glasses are like ghost Words don’t come easy out of your mind and those exact ones which may express what we actually feel are even harder to come by; to have congruity between our thoughts and our words is a rare skill However one may not able to put forth the exact words but one may use simple harmless docile words to create an atmosphere of enigma to exp


  • Mariel

    READER ¹ TEXT 女生徒FREE ç OSAMU DAZAI 女生徒 Good night I'm Cinderella without her prince Do you know where to find me in Tokyo You won't see me againTwenty thousand winks under the sea Twenty thousand plus one stars above twinkling their twinkle little star how I wonder who you are The house plants are not safe except for the fuchsias that are easily drawn towards the dark than to the light groans Mary had all of her little lambs to count to uite contrarily not go to sleep Tug on the fishing line as if it were a morse code two pulls for please pull back and one push for PLEASE pull back and there could be someone on the end of that line The insomniac Rip Van Winkle returned home


  • Mary

    READER ¹ TEXT 女生徒FREE ç OSAMU DAZAI 女生徒 Mornings are grey Always the same Absolutely emptyWhat is this book A teenage girl eats breakfast goes to school eats dinner goes to sleep A short and tense day in the life of unrelenting bleakness I yearned for everything long goneShe’s just a kid She’s a hypocrite She’s bleeding She’s drowning She hates everyone she wishes for every


  • E. G.

    READER ¹ TEXT 女生徒FREE ç OSAMU DAZAI 女生徒 Preface by Adam L KernForeword by Rachael Hutchinson Schoolgirl


  • Tosh

    READER ¹ TEXT 女生徒FREE ç OSAMU DAZAI 女生徒Whenever i put pen on to a paper or I type words I think of Osamu Dazai The craft of his writing with the mixture of his character euals a major influence on me and I suspect on contemporary Japanese literature as well For instance Mishima's major influence was Dazai Well sort of He didn't want to be a Dazai in fact he hated his work But the truth is hatred of Dazai's chara


  • Supreeth

    READER ¹ TEXT 女生徒FREE ç OSAMU DAZAI 女生徒I might not be much of a YA person but Teenage angst and uncertainty count me in I'm all about that This might be


  • aayushi girdhar

    READER ¹ TEXT 女生徒FREE ç OSAMU DAZAI 女生徒 tomorrow will probably be another day like today happiness will never come my way i know that but it's probably best to go to sleep believing that it will surely come tomorrow it will comewho is the schoolgirlthe one who hates everything but still loves wildly the morning emptiness and the hopeful daydreams the one who puts her faith in her own cynicism the one who fears her own courage the one with pellucid thoughts and fumbling footsteps the one with wildly intense emotions and kind gentle words the one who hopes to live ferociously and die silently the one who wants everything but wishes for nothing the one who wants to


  • Josh

    READER ¹ TEXT 女生徒FREE ç OSAMU DAZAI 女生徒35 I go about saying how pained and tormented how lonely and sad I feel but what do I really mean by that If I were to speak the truth I would die Dazai's pain is on these pages His mental anguish and hatred of social s are shown through this discourse of depression and sadness in the eyes of an adolescent; his state of mind constantly on display Sometimes happiness arrives one night too late All throughout his life happiness either arrived too late or never came at allThis is Dazai stripped down devoid of cloth or wall


  • Prashasti

    READER ¹ TEXT 女生徒FREE ç OSAMU DAZAI 女生徒45I'm frantically torn between giving it 5 stars or 4 but then I decided to settle somewhere in betweenThe reason being THE ENDING and honestly it's not just with this bookit's with every Japanese novel I have read until nowThe endings are absurd you are left with oblivionThough that's not a problem in some stories but in this boo


  • Althea Aah

    READER ¹ TEXT 女生徒FREE ç OSAMU DAZAI 女生徒Emotionally disturbing yet hypnotizing and such an agreeable read It is only the third book by Dazai that I have read and it has leaved me as No Longer Human and The Setting Sun did aching for It makes me want to kiss a dog to look up to the sky and fill myself with the beauty of nature It makes me feel thankful for the liberties I have and that I am not the narrator; her distress is not mine I only got to shar