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A Blind Man's Tale is one of the representative works of the Japanese literature master Junichiro Tanizaki's return to classical traditional literature. During the Japanese Warring States Period, the daimyos kept fighting each other, Lady Okichi, the first beauty of that Period, and the younger sister of Oda Nobunaga, was married to Azai Nagamasa. However, with the later fights between Oda Nobunaga and Azai Nagamasa, Nagamasawas was forced to commit suicide. The Lady drifted from place to place with her three daughters in the chaos of war, and remarried Shibata Katsuie. After Toyotomi Hideyoshi defeated Shibata Shibata, the Lady finally committed suicide in the castle. Situations changed and the fate was unpredictable, there was only a blind musician as the Lady's most devoted admirer, stayed with her till in the chaos from the beginning to the end...
|Publication date:||1st April 2014|
|Publisher:||CNPeReading Shanghai Translation Publishing House|