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センセイの鞄 Sensei no kaban 2 [Reading] ➶ センセイの鞄 Sensei no kaban 2 By Jirō Taniguchi – Buyprobolan50.co.uk Il secondo volume de Gli anni dolci – la magistrale opera a fumetti che Jirô Taniguchi ha voluto trarre dall’omonimo romanzo di Hiromi Kawakami – conclude i diciassette episodi in cui il raccon Il secondo volume de Gli anni dolci no kaban PDF/EPUB ✓ – la magistrale opera a fumetti che Jirô Taniguchi ha voluto trarre dall’omonimo romanzo di Hiromi Kawakami – conclude i diciassette episodi in cui il racconto dell’a tra la giovane Tsukiko e l’enigmatico professore Matsumoto è sapientemente strutturato la storia di un sentimento che nasce e cresce al di là di ogni razionale confine e che in uesta sua magnifica conclusione assume contorni fantastici e onirici di inarrivabile bellezza a ennesima conferma del genio straordinario dell’autore di Uno zoo d’inverno e di In センセイの鞄 Sensei eBook Ä una lontana città.

  • Paperback
  • 230 pages
  • センセイの鞄 Sensei no kaban 2
  • Jirō Taniguchi
  • Italian
  • 21 May 2016
  • 9788817047395

About the Author: Jirō Taniguchi

谷口 ジローZodiac Leo He began to work no kaban PDF/EPUB ✓ as assistant of the late mangaka Kyota IshikawaHe made his manga debut in with Kareta Heya A Desiccated Summer published in the magazine Young ComicFrom to he created several hard boiled comics with the scenarist Natsuo Sekigawa such as City Without Defense The Wind of the West is White and Lindo From to Tanigushi and Natsuo Sekigawa produced the trilogy Bocchan No JidaiIn the s he came up with several albums among which Aruku Hito 歩くひと Chichi no センセイの鞄 Sensei eBook Ä koyomi The Almanac of My Father and Keyaki no kiIn he created the Icare Icaro series on texts by MœbiusJirô Taniguchi gained several prizes for his work Among others the Osamu Tezuka Culture Award for the trilogy Bocchan No Jidai the Shogakukan prize with Inu wo Kau and in the Alph'Art of the best scenario at the Angoulême International Comics Festival France for Harukana Machi EHis work has been translated in many languagesFar from the violent storylines often associated with the manga Taniguchi has developed a very personal Sensei no kaban ePUB ✓ style adult Along with other writers like Tsukasa Hōjō his comics focus on the Japanese society and culture with a subtle analysis of its customs and habits.



10 thoughts on “センセイの鞄 Sensei no kaban 2

  1. Antje Antje says:

    Jirō Taniguchi gelingt es ohne Zweifel auch im zweiten Band Der Himmel ist blau die Erde ist weiß die wunderbare leise sinnliche Stimmung der Romanvorlage einzufangen Mir gefällt die Weise wie er Tsukiko und dem Sensei ein Gesicht verleiht Ich war zudem überrascht wie er das Kapitel Das Watt graphisch umsetzte Im Roman wirkte dieser surrealistische Teil eher befremdlich auf mich während er hier perfekt hinein passte Allerdings hatte ich mit einer Idee Taniguchis meine Schwierigkeiten Nach dem Original Romanschluss fügte er zwei extra Kapitel vom Sensei und Tsukiko an die an dieser Stelle überhaupt nicht passten Schlimmer sogar sie zerstörten die Stimmung sowie meinen positiven Gesamteindruck der Geschichte Das Romanende ist vollkommen und könnte nicht besser passen Hingegen die zwei zusätzlichen Kapitel keinerlei Sinn ergeben und völlig uninteressant ist was Tsukiko darin aus ihrer Kindheit erzählt Ich verlor regelrecht die Lust an dem Buch und legte es beiseite

  2. Fredrik Strömberg Fredrik Strömberg says:

    The second and last volume of Jiro Taniguchi's comics version av Hiromi Kawakami's novel The Briefcase I was uite taken with the first volume and the second volume delivers on that promise even though an odd choice by Taniguchi somewhat spoiled the reading experience for me In this volume the very tentative relationship between the childlike 38 year old Japanese woman and her 30 years older former teacher blossoms but not until sensei reveals that his reluctancy to go beyond friendship was based on him not having much longer to live A bittersweet story which despite having a sad ending still feels positive and life affirming due to the way these two characters live their lives and enjoys such things as food and nature What somewhat ruined my reading of the book was the fact that Taniguchi has chosen to add two chapters at the end based on a short story that Kawakami has written about the same two characters I can see that he didn't want to end on the admittedly rather predictable note of sensei just having died and Tsukiko trying to cope with this But the strangeness of the added story which features a young Tsukiko who tells the story of how she was followed around by two Japanese mythical creatures as a child was just way off base and for me did not make for a good ending to the whole story I would have preferred if the information that this was an added part was there in the book so that I could have savoured the ending first and then as a bonus get the last story Anyway taken together with the first volume this is still a great read Taniguchi is a master at capturing small differences in posture and facial expressions in order to transmit a rich inner life in his characters And the inevitable sex scene is maybe the most delicate Ive ever seen in a comic Often I find comics based on novels to be uninteresting as the artists just illustrate the text but here it is evident that Taniguchi was very much a co creator of this story and added a lot of information in his drawings A beautiful maybe somewhat lightweight but stil very humane and touching story of a kind that you sadly seldom come across in comics

  3. Blixen Blixen says:

    Nel libro Gli anni dolci è rappresentata la storia d'a tra una giovane trentaseienne che non vuole diventare adulta e un uomo anziano ex professore di Letteratura della donna E' una storia d'a? Sì ma vissuta senza la passione della carne attraverso uella corrispondenza d'amorosi sensi che talvolta lega le anime tra loro I protagonisti della vicenda infatti si sentono attratti e legati da un affetto che va al di là dell'età e delle differenze culturali hanno bisogno di stare insieme perché tutto ciò che vivono nelle loro giornate ha valore solo se condiviso con chi li comprende La bellezza è intorno a noi ma è la condivisione che la vivifica perché ne attesta l'autenticità rende reale il nostro stupore in uanto lo rende concreto Ai due amanti basta uesto passare del tempo insieme hanno entrambi paura di una relazione che sarebbe ostacolata dalla società per la differenza di età e dunue foriera di doloreCosì attraverso haiku e petali di ciliegi in fiore tra paesini di pescatori e specchi salati che riverberano al sole tra sake e tatami si intesse una storia che è fatta di ore di parole e di silenzi Non c'è progettualità non ci sono sogni da giovane coppia di amanti non c'è la fatidica frase un domani essi vivono in uno iato extratemporale tutto uel che possono per il puro piacere di viverlo E' una storia toccante commovente ma anche profondamente triste I disegni di Taniguchi hanno spesso un punto di fuga lontano e fanno da compendio ai silenzi dei due protagonisti ora ua ora là compaiono tavole di cieli senza parole solo per rappresentare uno stato emotivo uno sguardo verso l'alto un pensiero fugace un raggio di sole da sentire sulla pelle un altro passo da fare per tornare a guardare la propria strada

  4. Graziano Graziano says:

    Le andrebbe di rivedermi?Ma certo Sulle basi concordateE dove andremo la prossima volta?A Disneyland?Disneyland?Si' prof a DisneylandAh Disneyland 158Ho viaggiato tanto le mie vesti sono rovinate e il freddo le attraversaIl cielo e' chiaro ma il mio cuore soffre Saihaku Irako 183Perche' cio' che rende intensi i giorni sono i piccoli momenti di passione che vivono nello spazio di un tuono di un abbraccio di una gita in battello verso un'isola uieta e sconosciuta; e' l'a di una donna ancora e per sempre bambina cio' che rende gli anni dolci copertina

  5. pierlapo quimby pierlapo quimby says:

    Sembravano esserci i presupposti per un buon racconto ma le figure dei protagonisti appaiono troppo esili sottili inconsistenti uella del professore soprattutto non facciamo che assistere ai suoi pasti ai suoi silenzi a ualche dialogo ma non arriviamo mai a conoscerloTaniguchi ha fatto e sa fare di meglio specie se lavora sui suoi soggetti

  6. Zioluc Zioluc says:

    Fumetto tratto da un romanzo ha belle atmosfere indefinite e sospese ma approfondimento psicologico scarso e dopo un po' i uadretti con gli incontri tra l'anziano professore e la sua ex studentessa non hanno più niente da dire oltre ai menu dei ristoranti Taniguchi sa far di megliops il finale magico sembra sia stato aggiunto rispetto al romanzo Sinceramente non ne ho colto il senso

  7. Ida Ida says:

    Skøn og varm fortælling om dét bånd som nogle gange kan forekomme mellem mennesker og som kan være enormt stærkt

  8. Ivan Ivan says:

    Une belle histoire d'amour

  9. Karen Mardahl Karen Mardahl says:

    Combining reviews of volume 1 and 2 in this review This was the first Taniguchi book I read The storyline was a bit of a surprise to me but the illustrations and my curiosity kept me turning the pages I don't know that much about ordinary Japanese culture so the habit of going to a bar for many meals was unusual and fascinating to me The food they ate piued my gastronomic curiosity The relationship was unusual to me and it made me wonder about the cultural influences Is this a universal situation probably and how would a Japanese person relate to the tale what would be ordinary and extraordinary to that reader? This particular mangagraphic novel is based on a popular book I sense a lot of loneliness restlessness and dissatisfaction in Tsukiko's life that transcends any culture I think a graphic novel was an excellent format to tell a tale that made you think and ponder about life and love view spoilerI wondered when the briefcase would appear in the story It is always there by Sensei's side throughout the story but why is it the name of the book? Is it merely the symbol of the sensei his routines his structure his standards? Tsukiko is given the briefcase in his will At the end of the story she opens it something she does freuently after his death when she is longing for him and there is nothing in it only emptiness An emptiness that stretches out into eternity My translation because I read it in the Danish version Could also be An emptiness that stretches out forever The illustration accompanying this text is an image of Sensei's and Tsukiko's straight backs as they are seated on a hillock looking over the ocean and a sky filled with a few cumulous clouds and searching seagulls The empty briefcase left me wondering huh? as to its relevance as the title The illustration leaves me with the impression that either Tsukiko will always feel an emptiness after losing Sensei Or that in that emptiness she and Sensei are actually together Slightly ambiguous and intriguing I wanted to record it here so I remember it If you read this and have your own thoughts share them carefully in the comments ie don't spoil things for others hide spoiler

  10. Priscilla Priscilla says:

    J'ai trouvé cette duologie de mangas un peu meilleure ue le roman finalement l'illustration ajoutant un vrai plus par rapport à ce dernier Je n'ai pour autant pas été subjuguée et la fin du manga était très bizarre l'addition des deux derniers chapitres ne figurant pas dans le roman d'origine n'est pas utile et j'en déconseille la lecture ui m'a personnellement mise mal à l'aise L'avant fin c'est à dire la vraie fin du roman était uant à elle plutôt réussie

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