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Book Title: Le pavillon des hommes, Tome 5|
Date of issue: October 22nd 2010
ISBN 13: 9782505008552
The author of the book: Fumi Yoshinaga
Format files: PDF
The size of the: 5.20 MB
Read full description of the books Le pavillon des hommes, Tome 5:This was a great volume! I loved it a lot.
+ the relationship between Tsunayoshi and Emmonosuke, wherein I get both that push/pull of two people who are legitimately equals (in terms of physical beauty AND intelligence) but can't afford to get together AND the tragic flair. Because you know this will only end in tragedy. I just liked the way they reflect each other, especially since it happens in some unexpected ways.
+ the arc of Tsunayoshi's life, who really really is a brilliant woman who could be an amazing shogun and ruler... but always ends up being reduced to that pretty doll everyone admires ("You don't need to study so hard! You're so beautiful!!") and then later told that she doesn't need to rule at all but must concentrate on producing an heir, even while she's mourning the loss of her daughter. (And as a result, never goes through the stages of acceptance because she's never given proper time to grieve.) And how it makes her cruel and lost and despondent.
+/- 47 ronin! I liked that they were mentioned but eh, this just reminds me of how I wish people would do more with it in fiction. It seems like it's hardly ever portrayed.
+++++ Yoshimune! Yoshimune as a child and a sassy, clever, fierce one at that! It's awesome to see the seeds of the woman who'd become the most beloved shogun here. And I loved how some of her quirks in adulthood were explained here -- she doesn't like beautiful men at all! It's why she released all the beautiful men once she became shogun and why she became infamous for seducing the groundskeepers, laborers, and other "inappropriate" choices.
Read information about the authorJapanese: よしなが ふみ
Fumi Yoshinaga (よしなが ふみ Yoshinaga Fumi, born 1971) is a Japanese manga artist known for her shōjo and shōnen-ai works.
Fumi Yoshinaga was born in Tokyo, Japan in 1971. She attended the prestigious Keio University in Tokyo.
In an interview, she said that "I want to show the people who didn't win, whose dreams didn't come true. It is not possible for everybody to get first prize. I want my readers to understand the happiness that people can get from trying hard, going through the process, and getting frustrated."
Little is known about her personal life. She mentions that her favourite operas are those by Mozart in the author's note of Solfege.
She debuted in 1994 with The Moon and the Sandals, serialized in Hanaoto magazine, but was previously a participant in comic markets.
Of Yoshinaga's many works, several have been licensed internationally. She was also selected and exhibited as one of the "Twenty Major Manga artist Who Contributed to the World of Shōjo Manga (World War II to Present)" for Professor Masami Toku's exhibition, "Shōjo Manga: Girl Power!" at CSU-Chico.
Outside of her work with Japanese publishers, she also self-publishes original doujinshi on a regular basis, most notably for Antique Bakery. Yoshinaga has also drawn fan parodies of Slam Dunk, Rose of Versailles, and Legend of Galactic Heroes.
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