By Yoshimoto [ read Online Goodbye Tsugumi È dc-comics PDF ] by Banana Yoshimoto ↠´ Banana
Although Yoshimoto still uses her brilliant description of scenes which are wonderful to read but the problem I had with this book was that I could n
An adventure in translation Yoshimoto wrote in Japanese I bought this translated into Italian and used an English translation of the Japanese to help read the Italian Tsugumi is a very ill teenager who is oppositional, snag nasty and a miserable little bitch She enjoys playing nasty tricks on people thinking they re funny Ha ha let s put some maple syrup in your hair.
The people around her cut her a lot of slack because of her frail health The narrator thinks that notwithstanding her foibles, Tsugumi is well, Tsugumi Reminds me of the saying that everyone likes a nice guy, but we just love a scoundrel Until they steal your car and wallet,try to have sex with your dog and set fire to your house Then they aren t so cute The narrator s family story is of interest The novel ends in an improbable sequence of events one night frail, weak, marginal health Ts Reading Yoshimoto is a good counter to the Philip Roth I ve been reading lately Whereas Roth s prose is energetic and in your face, Yoshimoto s flows like a gentle stream Even the little tirades of Tsugumi, Yoshimoto s bratty title character, has nothing of the unsettling energy of a character like Roth s Portnoy Instead, Yoshimoto s stories have a beauty that is almost ethereal Granted, I have yet to be moved as much as I was by Yoshimoto s first novel, Kitchen Still, this novel came close.
It is the story of a young woman, Tsugumi, who has been dying since the day she was born from some unnamed illness Except that she continues to live despite occasional lapses into sickness But her seeming physical weakness and poor health has made all those around her cater to her relentlessly and she has grown in