One of my favourite books of all time, I Am a Cat by Natsume Soseki is a comic masterpiece. Set in Tokyo Terminado “Soy un Gato” de Natsume Souseki. Un gato sin nombre, narrador y protagonista, se convierte en observador y crítico de la sociedad japonesa de su tiempo. El perspicaz y sabiondo felino se. Results 1 – 30 of 66 Yo, el gato by Sóseki, Natsume and a great selection of similar Used, New and Collectible Books available now at
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There is much to enjoy about this novel for the 21st century reader, too. They all ramble on and on without getting to a point, which I suppose was Soseki-sensei’s point, but it w Eh, I got bored, and the longer I sat away from it it was due back to the library before I could finishthe more I realized that this just isn’t my thing. Henry Louis or Thorne Smithneither of which aged gracefully either.
Wikipedia Buku ini untuk tantangan baca: Ada banyak kelucuan, serta pemikiran menarik di sini, walau tidak semuanya menantang. The characters, every single one, are just so dumband the author treats them tato.
I Am a Cat
It didn’t help that Batsume was trying to read whilst road-tripping the States. I borrowed this copy, and I would recommend anyone who wants to give this novel a try to aim for a more recent translation.
Recommended only for extraordinarily keen students of literature or those with a fascination for this-period Japan. Soy un gato 3.
He was also a scholar of British literature and composer of haiku, kanshi, and fairy tales. Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or computer – no Kindle device required. The main problem with this book is sosemi length.
Then, at the end of the month, he adopts an attitude of complete detachment.
When you hear the word ‘my master’, you almost think as though he’s laughing at it. He has had a profound effect on almost all important Japanese writers since. I really enjoyed this whole idea because it was basically just a very unique way for the author to poke fun at the human race and all our flaws because mostly ntasume little unnamed tabby cat would watch his owner do something and then make witty comments about how stupid and horrible humans are – such as how heartless they are when the unnamed nxtsume friend had kittens and her humans killed them all, how abusive they can be to animals who they think are lesser than them by not feeding this little cat, how stupid they are for walking on two legs when they have four available to them, and how they selfish they are.
Me alegra haberlo terminado. It reminds me in parts of P.
I feel your pain! Most of the book listens in on the discussions the teacher, his wife, and his friends have about everyday life, love, and bureaucracy. A cat with no name observing humans and all that, yes I find the concept cute.
Ellos son los que se sobrecargan de tareas que no pueden atender. Maybe I should have done a little background reading first La premisa es muy buena, pero fue demasiado. I had issues rating this classic so low because it truly is a classic, but I rate purely on the amount of enjoyment I receive from a book, not on historical impact, and so the evaluation stands.
I Am a Cat by Sōseki Natsume
The whole thing consists of three volumes, to a total of eleven chapters and more than pages. Cecilia Zuaid Iglina This answer contains spoilers… view spoiler [no lamentablemente no lo tiene hide spoiler ].
Ultimately, the book is bound to fall off from your hands and go back to the bookshelf. I did like the funny translation of shamisen as cat-banjo since that’s gtao of the traditional skins used to make it.
E’ proprio attraverso la figura di questo gatto, che non ha un nome e che svolge il ruolo di narratore, ma anche di colui che vede e vive tutto in prima persona, che impariamo a conoscere il Giappone del XX secolo e i suoi abitanti.
View all 4 comments. Best read in chunks rather than as one piece, the book cannot really be faulted in any way except for ending just when we want more.
Soy un gato by Sōseki Natsume (2 star ratings)
Thanks for telling us about the problem. The cat as a narrator– unusual and amusing, you can see how weird the human nature in the eyes of a cat.
The cat describes the routine of its master, a japanese man that teaches english in Japan, and the way he deals with life.
The first chapter was my favorite.