The History of Literature #313 – “Spring Snow” by Yukio Mishima

313 “Spring Snow” (from The Sea of Fertility) by Yukio Mishima

After taking a look at the eventful life and dramatic death of Yukio Mishima in our last episode, Jacke turns to a closer look at the works of Mishima, including appraisals by Jay McInerney and Haruki Murakami, before turning to a deep dive into the world of Spring Snow, the first volume in Mishima’s four-book masterpiece The Sea of Fertility.

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One thought on “The History of Literature #313 – “Spring Snow” by Yukio Mishima

  1. Mishima’s works are challenging, but well worth the reader’s effort. There’s a dark beauty in his prose that holds your attention.

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