Gauche the Cellist - Bilingual version Bilingual Japanese Classics Kenji Miyazawa

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Published: April 10th 2013

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51 pages


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Gauche the Cellist - Bilingual version Bilingual Japanese Classics  by  Kenji Miyazawa

Gauche the Cellist - Bilingual version Bilingual Japanese Classics by Kenji Miyazawa
April 10th 2013 | Kindle Edition | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, audiobook, mp3, RTF | 51 pages | ISBN: | 7.63 Mb

宮沢賢治の代表作「セロ弾きのゴーシュ」を英語で読んでみませんか。日本語の対訳つきです。わからない英単語は本文についている辞書機能で確認することができます。小説を読みながら英語を学びたい方にお勧めです。Another gem from the Japanese maestro of storytelling Kenji Miyazawa. Gauche plays the cello in the town orchestra, but he needs to do a lot better ifMore宮沢賢治の代表作「セロ弾きのゴーシュ」を英語で読んでみませんか。日本語の対訳つきです。わからない英単語は本文についている辞書機能で確認することができます。小説を読みながら英語を学びたい方にお勧めです。Another gem from the Japanese maestro of storytelling Kenji Miyazawa.

Gauche plays the cello in the town orchestra, but he needs to do a lot better if he wants to keep his place. He realizes he is going to have to practice every spare moment if he is going to improve in time for the big concert. But will that be enough? Just when he is getting into his rhythm a visitor drops in - and then another.This kindle version also contains a bonus story by Kenji Miyazawa - The Nighthawk StarLittle J Books Bilingual Japanese Classics are a wonderful introduction to Japanese literature.

This kindle version also contains two-way links with the original Japanese text, providing a fun way for people to improve their reading in Japanese in a setting that is far more interesting than a language text book.About the AuthorKenji Miyazawa is one of Japan’s best known and well-loved writers and poets.

He was born in what is now Hanamaki City, Iwate Prefecture, Japan, in 1896. Although the eldest son of a wealthy pawnbroker and landowner, Kenji was a deeply spiritual person who led a frugal life, and when he wasn’t writing, volunteered a great deal of his time teaching farmers how to improve their crop yields, or organizing concerts for classical music in his local village. He was a prolific writer who completed hundreds of works, but only a small collection of those were published while he was still alive, his reputation as one of Japan’s greatest storytellers only coming after his death (1933 - aged 37).



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