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國寶(上下套書)(文學森林YY02340235) | 吉田修一

國寶(上下套書)(文學森林YY02340235) | 吉田修一
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國寶(上下套書)(文學森林YY02340235) | 吉田修一
一場「天才」與「地才」的宿命對決
吉田修一出道20周年生涯代表作
 
「好看到說不出話,十年來最棒的小說!」
「寫盡戲子的人生,如《霸王別姬》般燦美。」
一生必讀的一冊,日本讀者絕?讚淚薦
 
「你和那個惡魔做了什麼交易?」
「我求他讓我變得更厲害,讓我成為日本第一的歌舞伎演員,我跟他說『其他我什麼都不要』。」
 
★雙冠王!榮獲第14回中央公論文藝獎‧第69回藝術選獎文部科學大臣獎
★繁體版獨家收錄作者專文:〈喜久雄的人生幸福過嗎?──寫於《國寶》連載終了〉
★京劇大師 吳興國X劇場製作人 林秀偉 重磅推薦
 
1964年元旦,
長崎料亭的初雪中,
這個國家未來的國寶誕生了──
 「好精彩,長崎竟有如此出色的藝伎。」
 「不,那不是藝伎,那是立花組老大還在上國中的獨生子。」
 
梨園與黑道,
出身截然不同的兩名少年,
被命運帶上同一條求藝之路。
 「你看,膝蓋打開到這個角度,會讓身體顯得最大……很神奇吧。」
 「這張臉蛋真漂亮……只不過,總有一天你會被這張臉給害了。」
 
歷經血腥、衝突、醜聞、背叛、成名、離散……
最後,誰能坐上人間國寶的王座?
 「你恨透歌舞伎了吧?可是,再恨也要跳……再恨我們演員每天還是要上台。」
 「沒事的,我早有覺悟,因為我實在太愛歌舞伎了。」
 
藝道一門的情仇糾葛,
為報殺父之仇的一生執念,
掌聲與眩光背後,是戲子風雲變幻的一生。
 
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不朽的名作《惡人》十年後,
吉田修一賭上作家生涯的全力之作──
 
吉田修一:「寫作《國寶》時的心情,與十年前寫《惡人》時很像。十年前我第一次在報紙上連載小說,感覺站上了大舞台,也擔心會失敗;現在十年過去,要在當時刊登《惡人》的報紙上再次展開連載,是個極大的挑戰,我想要寫一個規模更大、完全未知、從來沒人寫過的故事,想要看看這十年自己身為作家究竟成長了多少……失敗也無妨,懷抱著即使要捨棄至今的作家生涯的覺悟,就是要寫出一部賭上作家生涯的作品。」
 
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寫作的三年間,親身投入歌舞伎巡迴演出,
其創作原點──
 
吉田修一:「2015年,我因緣際會認識了歌舞伎演員中村鴈治郎,原本只是個觀眾的我,因為看了溝口健二的《殘局物語》而下定決心創作以歌舞伎演員為主角的故事。第一次見面時,鴈治郎便準備了黑衣(歌舞伎工作人員)的特製衣服,邀請我作為他全國巡迴的工作人員隨行演出。當時,在後台看到演員賣力表演的汗水、在花道上聽到來自觀眾席不絕於耳的掌聲、聞到舞台上歌舞伎獨特的芬香,是這些造就了《國寶》這本書。」
 
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承載了青春、生命、血與淚,
希望每個角色都能得到屬於自己的幸福──
 
吉田修一:「主角喜久雄失去了生命中最重要的戰友兼敵友俊介之後,全心全意精進技藝,慢慢地連支持自己的觀眾都看不進眼裡。孤高藝術家的結局,往往是厭惡他的人多於忠實粉絲,以人氣演員的身分來說是失格了。然而,已年屆花甲的他,對於目標毫無二心的認份與執著,卻也與十多歲時為了報殺父之仇,奮不顧身在學校朝會上刺殺幫派大老的稚氣身影交疊在一起……最初,我設定的結局與現在不同,我想大概是因為想讓每個角色都得到最好的結局,不知不覺中就改變了吧。」
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From the National Book Award-winning author of Just Kids and M Train, a profound, beautifully realized memoir in which dreams and reality are vividly woven into a tapestry of one transformative year.
 
Following a run of New Year’s concerts at San Francisco’s legendary Fillmore, Patti Smith finds herself tramping the coast of Santa Cruz, about to embark on a year of solitary wandering. Unfettered by logic or time, she draws us into her private wonderland with no design, yet heeding signs–including a talking sign that looms above her, prodding and sparring like the Cheshire Cat. In February, a surreal lunar year begins, bringing with it unexpected turns, heightened mischief, and inescapable sorrow. In a stranger’s words, “Anything is possible: after all, it’s the Year of the Monkey.” For Smith–inveterately curious, always exploring, tracking thoughts, writing–the year evolves as one of reckoning with the changes in life’s gyre: with loss, aging, and a dramatic shift in the political landscape of America.
 
Smith melds the western landscape with her own dreamscape. Taking us from California to the Arizona desert; to a Kentucky farm as the amanuensis of a friend in crisis; to the hospital room of a valued mentor; and by turns to remembered and imagined places, this haunting memoir blends fact and fiction with poetic mastery. The unexpected happens; grief and disillusionment set in. But as Smith heads toward a new decade in her own life, she offers this balm to the reader: her wisdom, wit, gimlet eye, and above all, a rugged hope for a better world.
 
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New York Times Best Seller
 
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書籍詳情
作者/譯者/編者: 吉田修一,劉姿君
出版社: 新經典文化
國際書號: 9780020201021
出版年月: 2020-09
頁數: 584
開度: 148x210mm
圖書分類: 亞非拉文學

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