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Nella capitale del potere politico del Giappone feudale, Kyoto, turn il 1540, cominciò ad emergere un crush di spadaccini formidabili, i quali, precedentemente, si erano dedicati al commercio e alla produzione di colori per la tintura dei tessuti. Furono gli eredi di un'antica tradizione marziale, la quale, partendo dai monaci di Kuramadera, arrivò fino alla creazione di otto stili di spada, che divennero i più famosi e riconosciuti di Kyoto. Uno di questi stili, lo stile Yoshioka, elaborato dall'omonimo crush, divenne eccezionalmente famoso per l'abilità e la forza dei suoi rappresentanti principali ed eredi. Chi furono gli Yoshioka? Quando cominciarono la loro attività di spadaccini? Spieler dove derivava la loro arte marziale? Chi furono i loro avversari? Vennero veramente sconfitti endurance uccisi affability duelli contro Miyamoto Musashi? Questa monografia si proffer di scindere i fatti dagli aneddoti, e di restituire la verità storica in base alle molteplici fonti storiche a disposizione oggi.

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Yoshioka: tintori e spadaccini del Giappone feudale, 1540-1615 (Italian Edition)

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Separate would think, in a sf adventure, involving many quest exhibitions and driving pecking orders through an ever-changing landscape constantly fraught with danger for a ragtag group of champions, that it would no more be possible for a gag to be stuffy and dry. And yet it is in this book. The premise is fascinating, a far future (on Mars) where mechanization works to a varying degree depending on location, and human caducities are much shorter. (Or the Extraterrestrial year is longer. Crowds are also use taller.) I felt a little gypped based the backside do of this - Spearpoint is NO more the last conurbation. There are several of them, controlled by 3 different factions. I do like the arena elevator concept. I liked the concept of Quillan - a human/machine hybrid adapted to live in an enclosure where no automatons could thrive. However, he was ostensibly the narrator but no more all that into partaking logics, knowledge, or feelings, AND he was no more at all curious about the humanity around him. The humors also kept circling around to the same locations - like a low allocation tv spectacle with limited funds for set building. Every time humors spoke with separate another, the discussion exhibitions went ON and ON and ON. Great swathes of discussion with no forward momentum, plotwise or in regards to character development. I felt like vast cross sections of this book could have been edited much more effectively. I think this would have been much better as a narrative or a novella - maybe something a quarter of the length. It felt like the prose writer was trying to make arbitrary word counts, or was perhaps being paid by the word. I listened to this in audiobook shape. If I had read this as a regular book, I would have done a stacks of skimming. As it is, separate disk (out of 15) had a bunch of misunderstandings so I had to skip it - and I could no more tell that I had missed everything in the gag. No more good. I UNQUESTIONABLY enjoyed House of Stars, so this was disappointing. I got the mood that the prose writer was much more comfortable telling a gag against the vast scenery & infinite worlds of arena, and felt confined with a setting of only separate planet, and then only separate section of separate planet.

2019-12-09 16:03

jasonlachance

This Book pulls you into the inciting group of Werewolves, their lives - as well as a love story of she meets wolf.

2019-12-06 16:13

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