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by Banana Yoshimoto

eBook Utakata; Sankuchuari download ISBN: 4828832238
Author: Banana Yoshimoto
Publisher: Fukutake Shoten (1991)
Language: Japanese
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Banana Yoshimoto (吉本 ばなな, Yoshimoto Banana) (born 24 July 1964) is the pen name of Japanese writer Mahoko Yoshimoto (吉本 真秀子, Yoshimoto Mahoko).

Banana Yoshimoto (吉本 ばなな, Yoshimoto Banana) (born 24 July 1964) is the pen name of Japanese writer Mahoko Yoshimoto (吉本 真秀子, Yoshimoto Mahoko). From 2002 to 2015, she wrote her name in hiragana (よしもと ばなな). Yoshimoto was born in Tokyo on July 24, 1964 and grew up in a liberal family. Her father is the famous poet and critic Takaaki Yoshimoto, and her sister, Haruno Yoiko, is a well-known cartoonist in Japan.

Banana Yoshimoto (née Mahoko Yoshimoto) came from an enviable family. Her father, Takaaki Yoshimoto, was a poet, philosopher, literary critic, and a father figure to the New Left in Japan. Her sister, Haruno Yoiko, is an eclectic, a famous manga artist and also a contributor in a magazine about cats. At the 1993 G7 summit, the Japanese Foreign Ministry included English copies of Kitchen in the press kits for foreign journalists covering the summit.

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Banana Yoshimoto (よしもと ばなな Yoshimoto Banana) (born July 24, 1964, in Tokyo) is the pen name of Mahoko Yoshimoto (吉本 真秀子 Yoshimoto Mahoko), a Japanese contemporary writer. She writes her name in hiragana. Yoshimoto, daughter of Takaaki Yoshimoto, was born in Tokyo on July 24, 1964. Along with having a famous father, poet Takaaki Yoshimoto, Banana's sister, Haruno Yoiko, is a well-known cartoonist in Japan. Growing up in a liberal family, she learned the value of independence from a young age.

ISBN13: 9784101359168. /? by 吉本 ばなな and Banana Yoshimoto.

Banana Yoshimoto, Japanese author who achieved worldwide popularity writing stories and novels with slight action and unusual characters. Two more books-Kanashii yokan ( Sad Foreboding ) and Utakata/Sankuchuari ( Bubble/Sanctuary )-were published in Japan that year. Yoshimoto was reared in a much freer environment than that of most Japanese children. Kitchin was translated into Chinese in 1989. A translation of Tsugumi (1989; Goodbye, Tsugumi) appeared the following year in South Korea.

Two more books-Kanashii yokan ( Sad Foreboding ) and Utakata/Sankuchuari ( Bubble/Sanctuary )-were . Yoshimoto Banana - Banana Yoshimoto Pour les articles homonymes, voir Banana (homonymie).

Two more books-Kanashii yokan ( Sad Foreboding ) and Utakata/Sankuchuari ( Bubble/Sanctuary )-were published in Japan that year. Yoshimoto never looked back. The Chinese were the first to catch Banana mania, translating and publishing Kitchin in 1989. A translation of Tsugumi (1989) appeared the following year in South Korea. Banana Yoshimoto (吉本 ばなな, Yoshimoto Banana?) est une écrivaine japonaise née à Tōkyō en 1964. Son vrai nom est Mahoko Yoshimoto.

Maria is the only daughter of an unmarried woman

Maria is the only daughter of an unmarried woman. She has grown up at the seaside alongside her cousin Tsugumi, a lifelong invalid, charismatic, spoiled and occasionally cruel.

Graduated from Nihon University College of Art with a major in literature. Her 1987 debut novel, Kitchen, won the 6th Kaien Newcomer Writers Prize, and in 1988 she won the 16th Izumi Kyoka Literary Prize for Moonlight Shadow

Graduated from Nihon University College of Art with a major in literature. Her 1987 debut novel, Kitchen, won the 6th Kaien Newcomer Writers Prize, and in 1988 she won the 16th Izumi Kyoka Literary Prize for Moonlight Shadow. In 1989, she was awarded the 39th Best Newcomer Artists Recommended Prize by the Minister of Education for Kitchen and Utakata/Sankuchuari, and in the same year won the 2nd Yamamoto Shugoro Prize for Goodbye Tsugumi.