The Woman in the Dunes - Kobo Abe Reviews
Description:ISBN 0141188529 / Genre: Fiction / Author: Kobo Abe / Edition: New Edition / Paperback / 256 Pages / Book is published 2006-09-28 by ... more
Newest Review: ... face to protect his mouth and eyes from the sand. These drawings almost appear as if they are the man's own sketches, making ... more
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by - written on 23/07/11 (Very useful, 147 readings)
The best books stir deep emotion within us and that emotional bondage between the reader and the characters in the story can never be undone. "Woman in the Dunes", by Japanese playwright, novelist, poet and photographer Kobo Abe is one such book. It's an absolute travesty that although he was nominated numerous times he never won the Nobel Prize for literature. As you begin to read you soon find yourself in the middle of a nightmare. Abe's strength here is that once you have entered this uncomfortable and panic inducing situation; your truly there, stuck in it, until the final page. Plot synopsis: An insect enthusiast goes to the desert ... Read the complete review
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