Questions About El Rumor del Oleaje. by Yukio Mishima. Reader Q&A. To ask other readers questions about El Rumor del Oleaje, please sign up. The Sound of Waves (潮騒, Shiosai) is a novel by the Japanese author Yukio Mishima. When Terukichi finds out the rumor, he forbids Hatsue to see Shinji, but through Jukichi and Ryuji, the two manage to continue communicating with. El Rumor del Oleaje by Professor Yukio Mishima, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.
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Robert Enomoto The description of the setting of a story is important to give the readership a wholesome view of where the story takes place. In Japanese society, there …more To understand and appreciate this book fully you have to have a good understanding of the culture of the Japanese people.
In Japanese society, there are barriers that exist that makes it mishika for a average common male to form a intimate relationship with a wealthy woman. The Lighthouse-Keeper’s wife confronts Terukichi, who reveals that he intends to adopt Shinji as Hatsue’s husband. Rumoe from ” https: Ask and answer questions about books!
Retrieved on October 10, Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. He and his mother support the family because Shinji’s father died in World War II after the fishing boat he was on was strafed by an American bomber. Yasuo is jealous of Shinji because he thinks Shinji will take Hatsue’s virginity.
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This page was last edited on 25 Juneat That is how strict the rules of behavior is in Japan. Things change when Terukichi Miyata, after the death of his son, decides to bring back the daughter he adopted away to pearl divers from another island.
The prospect of marrying Hatsue becomes even more attractive when the wealthy Miyata intends to adopt the man who marries Hatsue as his own son. A Life in Four Chapters soundtrack The attempt is unsuccessful, however; he is stung by hornets as he tries to strip her clothes off.
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When Chiyoko, the daughter of the Lighthouse-Keeper and his wife, returns from studying at a university in Tokyo, she is disappointed to discover Shinji, whom she has affections for, has fallen in love with someone else.
Terukichi mysteriously employs Yasuo and Shinji on one of his shipping vessels. Raised as a pearl diver, the beautiful Hatsue wins many admirers, including Shinji. See Featured Authors Answering Questions. It is a coming-of-age story of the protagonist Shinji and his romance with Hatsue, the beautiful daughter of the wealthy ship owner Terukichi.
Views Read Edit View history. Articles needing additional references from February All articles needing additional references Pages to import images to Wikidata Articles containing Japanese-language text. It has been adapted for film five times. This question contains spoilers… view spoiler [What about the ending? She returns to Tokyo with guilt that she ruined Shinji’s chance at happiness. However, the family lives a somewhat peaceful life and Shinji is content to be a fisherman along with his master, Jukichi Oyama, and another apprentice, Ryuji.
It also educates the …more The description of the setting of a story is important to give the readership a wholesome view of where the story takes place.
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I find the last line rather confusing. Also, the Japanese live in a society, if one commits an act that is disrespectful even though might seem like a trivial act to an outsider, it can have dire consequences on not only the perpetrator of the act but the perpetrator’s entire family.
In Japan, one must not bring shame upon oneself, if he or she does, it will bring shame upon the entire family and they yyukio live as outcast. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources.
Chiyoko, before returning to Tokyo, becomes filled with remorse after Shinji off-handedly replies that she is pretty when she asks him if he thinks she is unattractive. Is the novel completely different and is the writing style more lyrical than Steinbeck’s?
Terukichi steadfastly refuses to see Shinji for an explanation and when Shinji’s mother, who knows her son will never deliberately lie, goes to see Terukichi, Terukichi’s refusal to see her only increases the tension between Shinji and Hatsue. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account.
A Life in Four Chapters Mishima: Terukichi’s intentions are revealed when Chiyoko’s mother receives a letter from Chiyoko, who refuses to return home, explaining that she feels she cannot return and see Shinji unhappy because she was the one who started the rumors. The plot summary makes me reminisce on The Pearl by John Steinbeck in terms of the simplicity of shore-side life. When Terukichi finds out the rumor, he forbids Hatsue to see Shinji, but through Jukichi and Ryuji, the two manage to continue communicating with one another by means of secret letters.
He will refill the bucket and oleame it down the stone steps for her, and Hatsue must not tell anyone he was trying to rape her. Is this a book with good content? Robert Enomoto To understand and appreciate this book fully you have to have a good understanding of the culture of the Japanese people. It also educates the readership of the culture, customs and traditions of the Japanese.
She takes advantage of the jealous Yasuo Kawamoto, an arrogant and selfish admirer of Hatsue, and uses him so Yasuo will spread vicious rumours ruumor Shinji stealing away Hatsue’s virginity.
He tries to rape Hatsue at night when it’s Hatsue’s turn to fill out the bucket of water.