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Withoutabox Submit to Film Festivals. For nearly a year, Mizoguchi avoids Kashiwagi’s company. The Superior gives no sign of having found it, but secretly places the photo in Mizoguchi’s drawer the next day.

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When Mizoguchi finds it there, he feels victorious. Amazon Inspire Digital Educational Resources.

The pavilion, dating from beforewas a national monument that had been spared destruction many times throughout history, and the arson shocked Japan. He buys a photograph of the geisha and slips it into Dosen’s morning newspaper. He pushes his girlfriend down into the snow, and orders Mizoguchi to trample her stomach, giving him two cartons of cigarettes in exchange for doing so.

Suddenly feeling that a glorious death has been “refused” him, he runs back downstairs and out of the temple, choking on the smoke.


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Throughout he is tormented by the urge to confess, but never does so, and in the spring of he leaves with Tsurukawa for Otani University. This article is about the novel by Yukio Mishima.

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When paellon alone with the girl, she tells him a story about a woman she knows who lost her lover during the war. Please help improve it by removing unnecessary details and making it more concise. In January Mizoguchi is walking through Shinkyogoku when he thinks he sees Father Dosen with a geisha.

But the American planes avoid Kyoto, and his dream of a glorious tragedy is defeated. He goes outside to sink some non-inflammable items in the pond, but on turning back to the temple he finds himself filled with his childhood visions of its beauty, and he is overcome by uncertainty.

The novel is loosely based on the burning of the Reliquary or Golden Pavilion of Kinkaku-ji in Kyoto by a young Buddhist acolyte in He starts to drift away from Tsurukawa, befriending Kashiwagi, a cynical clubfooted boy from Sannomiya who indulges in long “philosophical” speeches.

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A week later the girl visits the temple, tells her story, and demands compensation for the miscarriage she has suffered. During pabelon —5 school year, he boards at the Rinzai Academy’s middle school and works at a factory, fascinated by the idea that the Golden Pavilion pabellob inevitably be burnt to ashes in the firebombing. He compiles a long list of old temples which have burnt down.


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Mizoguchi’s mind fills with visions of the Golden Pavilion, and he finds himself impotent. Learn more about Amazon Prime. Kashiwagi boasts of his ability to seduce women by making them feel sorry for him—in his words, they “fall in love with my clubfeet. A neighbour’s girl, Uiko, becomes the target of his hatred, and when she is killed by her deserter boyfriend after she betrays him, Mizoguchi becomes convinced that his curse on her has been fulfilled.

But he quickly tires of waiting for Dosen to find out, and when he spies mishoma Dosen in the Tower of the North Star, and sees him crouched in the “garden waiting” position, he cannot account for this evidence of secret shame, and is filled with confusion. For other topics translated to this name in English, see Temple of the Golden Pavilion disambiguation.