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The Wild Geese

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Publisher Comments:

First published in serial form, The Wild Geese is the story of unfulfilled love set against a background of social change. Ogai portrays with compassion and beauty the drama of a girl forced by poverty to become a moneylender's mistress. Around her, in scenes of humor and pathos, move the skillfully drawn characters of her weak-willed father, her lover and his suspicious wife, and a handsome student who is both the object of her desire and the symbol of her rescue.

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"Wild Sourdough" is a hands-on and highly practical guide to sourdough bread-making at home. Packed with more than 45 easy-to-follow sourdough recipes, written specifically for home-bakers, "Wild Sourdough" invites you to go back to basics, adding feta, walnuts, dried fruit or figs to create your own unique loaf. It uses natural fermentation techniques to create simple, wholesome and preservative-free, sourdough bread.

Synopsis:

A story of unfulfilled love set against a background of social change.

Synopsis:

In The Wild Geese, prominent Japanese novelist Ogai Mori offers a poignant story of unfulfilled love. The young heroine, Otama, is forced by poverty to become a moneylender's mistress. Her dawning consciousness of her predicament brings the novel to a touching climax.

About the Author

Ogai MoriÆs (1862-1922) brilliant ascent in the literary world of the Meiji and Taisho eras puts him in the foremost rank of modern Japanese novelists.

Product Details

ISBN:
9780804810708
Translator:
Cchiai, Kingo
Author:
Mori, Cgai
Author:
Sanford
Author:
Goldstein, Sanford
Author:
Sanford Golds
Author:
Ochiai, Kingo
Author:
tein
Author:
Mori, Ogai
Author:
Goldstein
Author:
Cchiai, Kingo
Publisher:
Tuttle Publishing
Subject:
General
Subject:
Literary
Subject:
Women
Subject:
Near and far eastern fiction (fictional works
Subject:
Mistresses
Subject:
Women -- Japan.
Copyright:
Edition Description:
Paperback
Series:
Tuttle Classics of Japanese Literature
Publication Date:
19891215
Binding:
Paperback
Grade Level:
General/trade
Language:
English
Pages:
128
Dimensions:
8.00 x 5.25 in

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"Synopsis" by , "Wild Sourdough" is a hands-on and highly practical guide to sourdough bread-making at home. Packed with more than 45 easy-to-follow sourdough recipes, written specifically for home-bakers, "Wild Sourdough" invites you to go back to basics, adding feta, walnuts, dried fruit or figs to create your own unique loaf. It uses natural fermentation techniques to create simple, wholesome and preservative-free, sourdough bread.
"Synopsis" by ,
A story of unfulfilled love set against a background of social change.
"Synopsis" by ,
In The Wild Geese, prominent Japanese novelist Ogai Mori offers a poignant story of unfulfilled love. The young heroine, Otama, is forced by poverty to become a moneylender's mistress. Her dawning consciousness of her predicament brings the novel to a touching climax.
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