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Madre Oryù è una levatrice di cento, "o forse mille anni". Racconta la storia di sei giovani, belli e selvaggi, posseduti da una colpa che ignorano, vittime di una tara annidata nel "sangue dei Nakamoto". Tutti e sei, nati e cresciuti in epoche diverse nei Vicoli, hanno il gusto per l'erotismo più sfrenato, compiono furti, omicidi; tutti vivono sul filo di un pericoloso ...more
Paperback, Letture Einaudi, 278 pages
Published 2007 by Einaudi (first published January 1st 1982)
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Kenji Nakagami (中上健次 Nakagami Kenji, August 2, 1946 – August 12, 1992) was a Japanese novelist and essayist. He is well known as the first, and so far the only, post-war Japanese writer to identify himself publicly as a Burakumin, a member of one of Japan’s long-suffering outcaste groups. His works depict the intense life-experiences of men and women struggling to survive in a Burakumin
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