Literature total pnts rank Rank 1,654in 4,649 titlesTotal 2 / Deviation 48.76
Literature rank of 1998 Rank 57in 86 titles
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The Asahi Shimbun Company
Japan Released:1998/11/15(Sun)
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2006/06/11 Very Good(+2 pnt) [Original Japanese review]
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A sharp short editing depicting the emotions, integrity and distortion of common people in Edo.
Eleven in all, decorations, works, scars - depictions of each one are glossy. While wearing secrets, a brilliant world is spreading like melting. The pain and distress that blurred from various places in the recorded story made them more clearly and distinct.
By the way, "rainwargha" and "shadow hakushi" seem to correspond to the work of the authors' work "flower oar" at a later date. It may be better to move to this work after reading Flower Oval first.

The title work "Vermillion Pattern" is a story of the Great Fire of Edo that originated in the third year of culture. The husband of Saeko and his wife, her husband's younger sister and daughter Yoshimasa who is also a masterpiece in the secondhand bookstore, are also drawn.
It is the dark part of the mind that everyone will have and the one that is exposed by looking into it. The heavy lid is shifted, then it is colored with brilliant colors, and from a crazed impulse it brings a sense and sympathy similar to chest tightness.
It was also a work that I was concerned with afterwards of all the inside, and of her family.
As an aside, I think that it is a beautiful image that is not to the point of being made (?) That the yarn "keeps a lot of fireflies in the hair".

"Mica bridge" also fits neatly into a short page number, supple and sharp edition. A secret story revealed, revealed by sister and aunt, unfolded in the closed world.
A motif called a doll is used very effectively. The woven "Women Qing Xuan" also gives the depth like the stage to this edition, and the boundary between present and fiction is awfully ambiguous.
The last thing that melted like a dream is drowning, but it is dazzling and entangled.
The air drifting through the whole is also light, heavy, pretty, cruel. I personally think that it is a struggle for one or two in this book.

"Dew Takatori" is a first-person novel unfolded in a conversational sentence, but it was a compacted version.
Somewhat euphemistic expression is done, but very erotic and spiritual. The smelling backwards, the expression is an excellent work.
Girls' unconscious incense and poison add flowers to the whole knitting. I am a bit surprised at the conclusion, but I am convinced. One noddy says that it was such a construction that we returned several pages.

"Into Nakauchi" which set the dance at the beginning was also a good work.
The imagination that is remembered from a series of letters is as graceful as to feel cold. Expressions such as darkness and moon are really wonderful.
The past that the hero recollects is a dream or the present. Also what did he see on the face of the shaking oil was vision? An invisible boundary pushes the sharpness of the last.

Hiroko Minagawa 's short story of an era is full of charming works, but this book is also an example. All the recorded edits were high quality.
Sweet potato poisons and sentences that remember being drunk, memorizing drunkenness are still embarrassing.
Since some works strongly related to Kabuki are also included, it is a recommended book for those who are interested in that area.