[Novel]Indora no ami

Literature total pnts rank Rank 2,156in 4,729 titlesTotal 2 / Deviation 48.78
Literature rank of 1996 Rank 53in 99 titles
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Kenji Miyazawa
Kadokawa Shoten Publishing Co.,Ltd.
Kadokawa Bunko Aozora Bunko
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Japan Released:1996/04/25(Thu)
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2013/05/04 Good(+1 pnt) [Original Japanese review]
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Indra's net is the light source spectrum that climbed to the dawn sky. In the work, "The fiber is thinner than the spider, its organization is denser than the hyphae, transparent clear, golden and blue, crossing with each other hundreds of millions each other, shining and burning" and a fantastic mystical depiction You can see. In addition, "Indra" is a word that comes out to Kengaku and others, it seems to indicate that various elements are gathered together and integrated as the mesh entangles inexhaustibly with its "net". In other words, I think that it is the appeal of this work that you can touch such a view of the world of Kakejiriki by reading this work.

A body that combines the wind and the grasshopper that had fallen on the bottom, the anthropomorphization of nature, charity and warmth in the world of dreams is also an author. Descriptions of the three people in the mural painted from the abandoned toes of Kutan Otsuda may be the most out of them. Nevertheless, such rich religious things are somewhat difficult to read, regardless of what they produce. Perhaps it is a reason why this work is minor.

2013/04/07 Good(+1 pnt) [Original Japanese review]
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It was a short work characterized by transparency, delicate, fantastic atmosphere, etc. which is slightly different from other works, such as Buddhist view of the world.

Indra is also one of the heavenly gods of Hwacheonish Buddhism,
While Kenji Miyazawa received conflicts with his father, he also entered the department, who was also deeply impressed by the Buddhist society, was also a Buddhist group of Hwaseong sect, so it could be said that he was such a theme anyhow.

Although Aoki Akira was also a "division" of such Kenji while I was stumbling in the mysterious dream, how to draw is a combination of gentleness and thoroughness such as the scenery in the world of that dream is exquisite did. Did you say that a beautiful landscape unexpectedly appears in my eyes, or maybe I felt like I was traveling with "I"? Interaction with the three children who were supposed to be in the wall painting of Otsuda There was something funny too.

Compared to other Miyazawa works, there might be a minor impression, but Kenji would have been like Buddhist view of that person, it probably was a work of Ryosaku short fairy tales. Evaluation is "very good"
With "good" on the side.