[PDF] ✪ Voluntary Death in Japan ✬ Maurice Pinguet – Writerscompany.co.uk

Voluntary Death in Japan In This Profound And Sensitive Study, Maurice Pinguet Carefully Reconstructs This Tradition Of Voluntary Death And Relates It To Other Aspects Of Japanese Culture And Society Whenever someone asks the question if you could pick one book to be stranded with on a desert island, I usually have no idea There s so many interesting books out there, plus I m a hoarder Now I know this is probably the one so far It would give me the great inspiration I d need to end what, I assume, would be miserable short existence and tortuous death You are stranded on a d A book which deals with interesting subject voluntary death in Japanese culture but which is unfortunately presented in a wrong way Writing style is extremely dry, and author is just throwing names of various famous Japanese people in your face like you are supposed to know everything about them, without much explanation, leaving you frustrated and confused Fortunately, the main subject is interesting enough and presented objectively enough to not be a complete waste of time The most inte A book which deals with interesting subject voluntary death in Japanese culture but which is unfortunately presented in a Hm, I found bits of this book useful and other bits pointless He compares death rates to other countries such as France repeat idly The chapter on honourable death however was very useful quoted him a lot in my essay on seppuku

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