[PDF / Epub] ☉ Yellow Rose Author Nobuko Yoshiya – Writerscompany.co.uk

Yellow Rose Yoshiya Nobuko S Short Story Series Flower Stories Hana Monogatari Is Widely Known For Launching The Genre Of Sh Jo Fiction Stories Expressly Written For Girls And Young Women For The First Time In English, One Of The Most Ardent And Influential Of The Collection, Yellow Rose, Is Published With A Translator S Introduction, Era Specific Design And List Of Further Readings It Will Appeal To All Readers Of Fine Fiction, Especially Those With An Interest In Women S Writings, Genre Fiction, Youth Culture, Queer Writings, And Twentieth Century Modernist Styles.


About the Author: Nobuko Yoshiya

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10 thoughts on “Yellow Rose

  1. says:

    Gawd, so gay This book is a product of its time, but also beyond its time in some ways, by an author who was a huge influence on Japanese girls literature shoujo yuri Basically a lot of pop culture things I love If you are in...


  2. says:

    Back in the 1920s an odd little genre flourished in Japan, the Class S Romance This was a form of lesbian romance, but not quite At the time, all girls schools were common in Japan, and of course with tons of adolescent girls stuck together with no access to boys, there was some same sex experimentation going on Adults


  3. says:

    Very interesting very short story approximately 25% of the e book While the story itself is interesting for its context, it s especially the introduction that makes this worth it Also good list of suggested readings.Read if you are interested in Japanese classic literature, shoujo culture an...


  4. says:

    3.5 ogromny plus za wst p t umaczki


  5. says:

    Yoshiya Nobuko was one of the founding mothers of Japanese girls fiction as we know it today, most specifically the yuri romance This short story from her well known Flower Tales collection very clearly lays the groundwork for the lesbian romance in contemporary Japanese fiction with its sweetly tragic tone and Sapphic, melancholy finale If


  6. says:

    The ending is pretty grim Lovely story though The footnotes were fascinating I really wishof Yoshiya Nobuko s work was available in English


  7. says:

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