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Asma di una donna affogata tormenta una giovane signora; un attore muore sul palcoscenico in una versione troppo realistica di un classico del teatro kabuki; due loschi samurai ordiscono una vendetta; una campana anti incendi suona inspiegabilmente notte dopo notte; una danzatrice giace morta sul suo tatami la gola stretta da un serpentello Il rude e ironico Hanshichi conduce le sue ricerche con profondo rea.

hanshichi download torimonochō pdf Hanshichi torimonochō KindleAsma di una donna affogata tormenta una giovane signora; un attore muore sul palcoscenico in una versione troppo realistica di un classico del teatro kabuki; due loschi samurai ordiscono una vendetta; una campana anti incendi suona inspiegabilmente notte dopo notte; una danzatrice giace morta sul suo tatami la gola stretta da un serpentello Il rude e ironico Hanshichi conduce le sue ricerche con profondo rea.

[PDF / Epub] ★ Hanshichi torimonochō By Kidō Okamoto – Qqpkv1.me Nell'antica città Edo la Tokyo feudale dello shogunato Tokugawa il detective Hanshichi indaga su crimini e fatti inconsueti il fantasma di una donna affogata tormenta una giovane signora; un attore m[PDF / Epub] Hanshichi torimonochō By Kidō Okamoto Qqpkv1.me Nell'antica città Edo la Tokyo feudale dello shogunato Tokugawa il detective Hanshichi indaga su crimini e fatti inconsueti il fantasma di una donna affogata tormenta una giovane signora; un attore m Nell'antica città Edo la Tokyo feudale dello shogunato Tokugawa il detective Hanshichi indaga su crimini e fatti inconsueti il fant.

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  • Tenma

    Paperback´ Hanshichi torimonochō ePUB ñ hanshichi download, torimonochō pdf, Hanshichi torimonochō KindleThe serialized short stories of inspector Hanshichi by Okamoto Kido were very popular in Japan between World War I and II This book is a compilation of 14 of these stories A very informative introduction about Kido and the cultural impact of the Hanshichi stories was also provided by the translatorHanshichi is by no means Sherlock Holmes Most of the cases are solved by the most absurd of coincidences or as Hanshichi would say if this isn't a case of dumb luck I don't know what is As such the cases are not any complex than what you would find in children's detective novels Rather the detective stories were intended to bring an in


  • Capsguy

    Paperback´ Hanshichi torimonochō ePUB ñ hanshichi download, torimonochō pdf, Hanshichi torimonochō KindleI didn`t mind the read for what it was I just wish that Hanshichi`s antagonists put up resistance when he had them cornered Seemed a bit too easy for him to track down and subdue the criminal elementsPretty good book for learning about Edo period and eras before with the translator having notes at the bottom of the page for elements the average foreign reader may not be acuainted with Change of city names over time festivals shrines plays prominent individuals cultural aspects and etiuette etcWorth reading especially for those who are fans of the detectivemystery genreWondering if Kido wrote anything other than detective fiction Probably if so not translated yet


  • Cam *tactile seeker*

    Paperback´ Hanshichi torimonochō ePUB ñ hanshichi download, torimonochō pdf, Hanshichi torimonochō KindleI have developed a new habit over the years when I have no idea what to read next but crave some Japanese literature I go to my favorite library start scanning and closely observe every spine


  • J.

    Paperback´ Hanshichi torimonochō ePUB ñ hanshichi download, torimonochō pdf, Hanshichi torimonochō KindleWhat we have here is a group of stories written between the teens and thirties of the 20th century about Edo Japan of the 19th century wrapped up in 'detective' clothing Mr Kido was something of a literary entrepreneur and like Conan Doyle and Wilkie Collins was a serials writer in the then newly popular vein of detective fiction The actual crime and detection aspects are pretty much secondary though in a compilation easily enough seen as nostalgia for a bygone era It's a difficult compromise to hit on since the nostalgia thing immediately nullifies any suspense generated in a 'crime' genre and anything that promotes chaos jeopardy too much well fairly abolishes the cherry blossom tea c


  • Diane

    Paperback´ Hanshichi torimonochō ePUB ñ hanshichi download, torimonochō pdf, Hanshichi torimonochō KindleInspector Hanshichi has been referred to as the Japanese Sherlock Holmes That's not exactly true because the two are very different Hanshichi is a police detective not a private detective and he is a lot easier to get along with than Holmes However they ARE both brilliant and solve apparently impossible crimes Okamoto Kido wrote the Hanshichi stories over a period of 20 years 1917 1937 though the stories were set in the period of the 1840s to the 1860s Ian MacDonald has translated 14 of them for this volume To uote the introductionKido does not paint a rosy picture of Edo


  • Kavita

    Paperback´ Hanshichi torimonochō ePUB ñ hanshichi download, torimonochō pdf, Hanshichi torimonochō KindleThis was a pretty good book and my first in Japanese detective fiction Inspector Hanshichi sets out to solve all kinds of cases assisted a LOT by Lady Luck and chance encounters The background is pretty easygoing and the mysteries are not very well put together But it was still delightful to read because of the details of everyday life in 1800s Japan and the deep characterisations in even the shortest story The stories just flow along taking you with them There are plenty of mentions of monsters and scary cats and ghosts and they are all taken seriously until Hanshichi manages to solve the case


  • Eadweard

    Paperback´ Hanshichi torimonochō ePUB ñ hanshichi download, torimonochō pdf, Hanshichi torimonochō KindleThese were nice a few of them were intriguing and the rest were still fun to read


  • G.R.

    Paperback´ Hanshichi torimonochō ePUB ñ hanshichi download, torimonochō pdf, Hanshichi torimonochō Kindle'The Curious Casebook of Inspector Hanshichi' is comprised of fourteen tales all but one the first recounted by the retired Inspector Hanshichi himself by this time purported to be well over seventy years old and retold to us by the young narrator The first tale begins in the 1880s when the narrator then a boy of ten hears of the elderly Inspector Hanshichi for the first time from his Uncle K with the following thirteen stories being told to the narrator ten years later by the detective himself'I have managed to fill an entire notebook with these detective stories of Hanshichi's I have chosen those I find most compelling and I hereby put them before my readers though not necessarily in chronological order'After the first story each one follows a set pattern beginning with the young narrator paying a visit to the elderly Hanshichi who we are told always served 'the choicest tea and most delicious cakes' Following this brief introduction the old man begins his tale and


  • Leslie

    Paperback´ Hanshichi torimonochō ePUB ñ hanshichi download, torimonochō pdf, Hanshichi torimonochō KindleAn enjoyable collection of stories Hanshichi is sometimes called the Japanese Sherlock Holmes but the comparison is misleading The stories were written in the 1920s and 1930s and the retired Hanshichi tells them to a younger friend in Tokyo in the 1890s looking back to cases in Edo in the 1850s before the Meiji Restoration and the transformation of Japan So unlike the evocation of contemporary England in Doyle's stories these are deeply nostalgic looking back to a vanished world divided from the world of its


  • Kelly

    Paperback´ Hanshichi torimonochō ePUB ñ hanshichi download, torimonochō pdf, Hanshichi torimonochō KindleI found this book while exploring a section of my uni's library that I've never been to before I was the only person in there and it was creepy too but eventually I didn't mind the eerie feeling because I found lots of books by Russian Middle Eastern Indian and Japanese authors I wanted to take home a lot of books but I was only one book away from the check out limit so I chose Hanschichi torimonocho because the idea of a Japanese Sherlock figure intrigued me And the cover was excellent as wellWhile the various cases encountered by our protagonist were uite entertaining I didn't really feel the mind boggling intensity whenever we are watching or reading good detective stories The criminals gave up too easily and didn't put much of a fight really The cases were just way too easy And convenientMy favorite cases were The Mystery of the Fire Bell The Dancer's Curse and Benten's Daughter As a history geek myself I loved the regular footnotes that


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