The genius of sailor is how it examines complex issues - japan's postwar identity , western materialism versus traditional japanese values, the ways in which.
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The sailor who fell from grace with the sea paperback – may 31, 1994 by see and discover other items: japanese novels, japanese textbook, best arabic. The sailor who fell from grace with the sea is a novel written by yukio mishima, published in japanese in 1963 and translated into english by john nathan in.
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