Kenzaburō Ōe Passes Away the Life and Legacy of the Japanese Nobel-Winning Author
Japanese literary giant and author of such celebrated works as A Personal Matter (1964), A Quiet Life (1964), and the seminal The Silent Cry (1967), Kenzaburo O died on March 3, his publisher Kodansha said in a statement. Monday. The 1994 Nobel Prize winner in literature was 88.
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Famous works and themes
One of Japan’s most famous – and controversial – writers, Oi’s novels, short stories, and essays place him at the intersection of the personal and the political. In its Nobel citation, the Swedish Royal Academy lauded the author’s body of work in which “the poetic power to create an imaginary world where life and myth create a bleak picture of the human plight today.”
Myths of the southernmost group of Okinawa
meaning light, with a cranial deformity that resulted in life-long brain damage. His anguish and eventual acceptance of the event would lead to some of his best work.