Masks

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Vintage Books, 1983 - Fiction - 141 pages
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Mieko Togano, a highly cultivated, seemingly serene, but frustrated and bitter woman in her fifties, manipulates for her own bizarre purposes the relationship between her widowed daughter-in-law and that woman's two suitors.

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I really enjoyed this story. It is a strange story and I hate to say that the reasons behind some of the events are never revealed. None-the-less, it was still a gripping tale full of mystery and wonder. Read full review

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I am amazed! If there is a thing called the women literature, this book is the pinnacle of that. A very deep yet entertaining story by a woman about women. Your pleasure would be doubled if you have ... Read full review

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About the author (1983)

Fumiko Enchi was born in Tokyo in 1905, the daughter of the great Meiji scholar Ueda Mannen. She is the author of many novels and stories, and has produced a ten-volume translation of The Take of Genji into modern Japanese. Masks was first published in Japan in 1958.

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