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Kimitake Hiraoka, AKA Yukio Mishima (1925) Options
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Kimitake Hiraoka, AKA Yukio Mishima (1925)

Born into a samurai family, Mishima served briefly in the finance ministry before going on to become one of the most important Japanese novelists of the 20th century. His novels are known for their exquisite attention to detail and character and often involve paradoxes—such as when a troubled monk destroys the temple he loves in The Temple of the Golden Pavilion. Following a failed coup attempt in 1970, he tried to commit seppuku, ritual suicide by self-disembowelment. How did he die? More...
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“True beauty is something that attacks, overpowers, robs, and finally destroys.”


― Yukio Mishima
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I glad to read his article. It was impressing me. I think he fulfilled own life.
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I glad to read his article. It was impressing me. I think he fulfilled own life.
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