宮本武蔵 Miyamoto Musashi review ✓ 3

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宮本武蔵 Miyamoto Musashi

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Agli inizi del Seicento in Giappone durante l’età feudale il giovane Miyamoto Musashi sogna di diventare un samurai Inizia così un lungo e solitario addestramento per percorrere l’eterna “via del samurai” Rinuncia a tutti i suoi averi fisici e sentimentali per seguire una s. wowthat is the first thing that came to mind when i finished this book it is easily the best historical fiction i have ever read it is also the largest and most difficult book i have ever read it is very japanese therefore some of the names and places tend to get mixed up in the nearly 1000 page epic howeverthat is the only negative i have after reading this book it will go down as one of my favorite reads of all time it focuses on the life very dramatized by the fantastic eiji yoshikawa san of musashi miyamoto a wandering ronin samurai during the edo period 1600's of feudal japan this is the time when samurai were still prevalent by the advent of muskets was starting to take over the story the yoshikawa san unfurls is a fantastic epic of the nature of the way of the sword it was of fairness fierceness and unyielding strength and musashi was the height of that ideal i highly recommend this to those like me who have a fascination with japanese history and the way of the samurai in general also there is a beautiful love story mixed in the pages also highly dramatized but wonderful non the less that makes one believe that true love may actually exist out there if you read itplease give it the time because it is slow at pointsbut the end result is well worth the time and effortand that is just how musashi would have it Firm Abs Flat Stomach read it is also the largest and most difficult book i have ever Vacaciones Fatales 2/ Fatal Vacations 2 read it is very japanese therefore some of the names and places tend to get mixed up in the nearly 1000 page epic howeverthat is the only negative i have after Living the Eternal Way reading this book it will go down as one of my favorite Tamara de Lempicka reads of all time it focuses on the life very dramatized by the fantastic eiji yoshikawa san of musashi miyamoto a wandering Amazon.com: Solaris Internals: Solaris 10 and OpenSolaris Kernel Architecture eBook: Richard McDougall, Jim Mauro: Kindle Store ronin samurai during the edo period 1600's of feudal japan this is the time when samurai were still prevalent by the advent of muskets was starting to take over the story the yoshikawa san unfurls is a fantastic epic of the nature of the way of the sword it was of fairness fierceness and unyielding strength and musashi was the height of that ideal i highly Solaris Internals recommend this to those like me who have a fascination with japanese history and the way of the samurai in general also there is a beautiful love story mixed in the pages also highly dramatized but wonderful non the less that makes one believe that true love may actually exist out there if you The Story of Before read itplease give it the time because it is slow at pointsbut the end Tempting Treasures result is well worth the time and effortand that is just how musashi would have it

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Trada impervia in continua lotta con le sue debolezze Dopo numerose peripezie diventerà il più grande eroe popolare del suo Paese Yoshikawa seleziona personaggi realmente esistiti per modellarli a suo piacimento li rende protagonisti di avvenimenti in parte storicamente certi e in. Perhaps my expectations were too high but I was a bit disappointed by this book I am really interested in traditional Japanese culture and looked forward to reading Musashi Although it is an entertaining read and I did gain some inspiration from it I found it really missed the depth you'd expect from such a sagaApart from Musashi himself all the other characters in the book are fairly one dimensional and as a conseuence the story does not really seem to progress or unravel after the first few chapters the meetings with Sasaki Kojirō are probably an exception to thisI realize the simplicity of the writing might fit the underlying Japanese values but I think it really did not reflect the complexities of the society and the characters it is trying to describe It seems to me people in traditional Japan would have on their mind than Miyamoto alone But mostly after a couple of hundred pages I became annoyed with the fact that while walking all over Japan Musashi seems to run into the exact same people everywhere Kick-boxing pour la ligne realmente esistiti per modellarli a suo piacimento li Firm Abs Flat Stomach rende protagonisti di avvenimenti in parte storicamente certi e in. Perhaps my expectations were too high but I was a bit disappointed by this book I am Vacaciones Fatales 2/ Fatal Vacations 2 really interested in traditional Japanese culture and looked forward to Living the Eternal Way reading Musashi Although it is an entertaining Tamara de Lempicka read and I did gain some inspiration from it I found it Amazon.com: Solaris Internals: Solaris 10 and OpenSolaris Kernel Architecture eBook: Richard McDougall, Jim Mauro: Kindle Store really missed the depth you'd expect from such a sagaApart from Musashi himself all the other characters in the book are fairly one dimensional and as a conseuence the story does not Solaris Internals really seem to progress or unravel after the first few chapters the meetings with Sasaki Kojirō are probably an exception to thisI The Story of Before realize the simplicity of the writing might fit the underlying Japanese values but I think it Tempting Treasures really did not Mikrocontrollertechnik Mit Avr reflect the complexities of the society and the characters it is trying to describe It seems to me people in traditional Japan would have on their mind than Miyamoto alone But mostly after a couple of hundred pages I became annoyed with the fact that while walking all over Japan Musashi seems to Geschichte Der Hexenprozesse run into the exact same people everywhere

Eiji Yoshikawa Ü 3 review

Parte adattati a tessere una sottile trama capace di esprimere perfettamente l’ideale di vita del “ronin” più famoso di tutti i tempiUn’epopea di appassionanti avventure che offre uno suarcio di storia e mostra l’immagine idealizzata che ha di sé il giapponese contemporan. I didn't like this book It consisted of boring parts punctuated by parts where the main character and maybe other characters would go do something really stupid because of their bizarre moral codes or lack thereof The book is old enough that the levels of sexism in it are absurd and parts of it got me so annoyed that I was really distracted from the plot I suppose it's interesting to get a perspective on a VERY different culture but half the time I couldn't fathom any conceivable logical or moral reason why the characters would be doing what they were doing and this only got worse as the book went along Also the main character puts himself on too much of a pedestal for my liking I know some people will want to deny that he does this but he DOES That like pretty much everything else about Musashi and here I mean both the character and the book itself was annoying in the extreme