At the time of her death she was already engaged in getting together essays for a further volume, which she proposed to publish in the autumn of or the spring Of She also intended to publish a new book of short stories, including in it some or all of Monday or Tuesday, which has been long out of print. She left behind her a considerable number of essays, sketches, and short stories, some unpublished and some previously published in newspapers; there are, indeed, enough to fill three or four volumes.
Shamamura needs to revive his life by getting female companion. All this happens during the journey in the long tunnel. For this reason, the long tunnel is a symbol of change. In the book, the author chronologically introduces the three characters to bring out the plot of the story.
Shamamura represents a Japanese wealthy old man in search of companion ship. Introduction of Yuko shows how Shamamura needs a companion, but he has a lot to see. Finally, Kawabata introduces Komako to show the different Japanese cultures of love that are making their love not to work.
According to the story, Komako attracts Shamamura because she is too clean and innocent despite being a geisha. At first, Shamamura meets Komako as a businessperson while traveling in search of companionship to spark his life.
The attraction does not start at first sight but slowly forms when he comes to know Komako. Shamamura is attracted to Yuko because of her beautiful voice he had heard on the train.
Secondly, he is attracted to Yuko because of the way she attends to the needs of Yukio when he is sick.
Yuko poses the qualities of an excellent Japanese woman who holds the cultural values. Komako changes from a young, clean girl to becoming a geisha due to poverty. Komako is compared to a woman suffering of poverty forcing her to enter into the life of a geisha.
In the society, women do not choose what to do, but fate chooses for them. Shamamura plays a dominant role in the book by showing the true qualities of a Japanese old rich man. Japanese men have a lot of power.
In this case, they work while the women attend for their domestic duties. This is not told to the readers to maintain suspense in the story.
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Shamamura chooses Komako as her lover instead of Yuko. This is because Yuko tends to attend to her needs as a woman. Additionally, as long as Komako is a symbol of poverty, she is clean and young driven to become a geisha by circumstance.
The main aim of showing their fate is to show the readers the different Japanese cultural values of men and women.
The book contains certain motifs that nature and create the story. These stories are giving readers clues to certain meanings in the story like how people suffer in the night.On the heels of Eric Bibb's Grammy nominated Migration Blues comes his most ambitious project to date, the 2-disc set Global Griot..
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