Kinkakuji temple in Kyoto has been burnt down several times. Writer Mishima Yukio creates his thrilling version of the events of 1950, while bringing to the subject a humane level. Mishima has brought to the reader the various stages of the development of a mental illness and their influence on human activities.
Etgar Keret “Missing Kissinger”
Keret’s short stories describe the minds, lives, incidents and feelings of the 1990s Israeli people. Fascinating stories often have unexpected results, and it must be pointed out that the book is not recommended for the faint-hearted.
Jeanette Winterson “Oranges Are Not The Only Fruit”
Yrsa Daley-Ward “The Terrible”
Roland Barthes “Mythologies”
Raymond Carver “What We Talk About When We Talk About Love”
Thomas Bernhard “Wittgenstein’s Nephew”
Ogawa Yoko “The Housekeeper and the Professor”
Mishima Yukio “The Sailor Who Fell From Grace With the Sea”
Akwaeke Emezi “Freshwater”
Kawabata Yasunari “The Sound of the Mountain” ja “Snow Country”
Anais Nin “Delta of Venus”