Moonlight Shadow

Moonlight Shadow

C' un giorno, un giorno soltanto, in cui in condizioni particolari possibile rivedere i propri cari defunti. Dicono che qualcuno pure in grado di sentirli e parlar loro. Che sia possibile per Satsuki, che non riesce in alcun modo a scordare il ragazzo perduto, e Hiiragi, che per ricordare Yumiko ne indossa tutti i giorni la divisa alla marinara? La misteriosa Urara, c C' un giorno, un giorno soltanto, in cui in condizioni particolari possibile rivedere i propri cari defunti. Dico...

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Title:Moonlight Shadow
Author:Banana Yoshimoto
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Genres:Asian Literature
ISBN:8858851056
Edition Language:Italian
Format Type:ebook
Number of Pages:48 pages pages

Moonlight Shadow Reviews

  • Apoorvaa Singh
    Mar 15, 2014

    Yoshimoto's writing is so spot on in describing the feeling of longing and grief. There are details in mourning and during loneliness that we feel strongly but rarely solidify with words, and Yoshimoto does this effortlessly. As if I was relieving my own experience with each paragraph,...

    This novella speaks of the healing power of saying a proper goodbye. I believe it to be an essential life skill that we were not taught. Saying goodbye, moving on, accepting that things end (through death or other), and welcoming other people or places or dreams etc... It may take us y...

    This story tore me to pieces. I read these lines through a constant film of tears and I will cry unabashedly every single time I re read them... "I'll never be able to be here again. One caravan has stopped, another starts up. There are people I have yet to meet, others I'll neve...

  • Hoda Marmar
    Dec 29, 2016

    Yoshimoto's writing is so spot on in describing the feeling of longing and grief. There are details in mourning and during loneliness that we feel strongly but rarely solidify with words, and Yoshimoto does this effortlessly. As if I was relieving my own experience with each paragraph,...

    This novella speaks of the healing power of saying a proper goodbye. I believe it to be an essential life skill that we were not taught. Saying goodbye, moving on, accepting that things end (through death or other), and welcoming other people or places or dreams etc... It may take us y...

  • Nicole-Anne Keyton
    Jul 05, 2015

    Yoshimoto's writing is so spot on in describing the feeling of longing and grief. There are details in mourning and during loneliness that we feel strongly but rarely solidify with words, and Yoshimoto does this effortlessly. As if I was relieving my own experience with each paragraph,...

    This novella speaks of the healing power of saying a proper goodbye. I believe it to be an essential life skill that we were not taught. Saying goodbye, moving on, accepting that things end (through death or other), and welcoming other people or places or dreams etc... It may take us y...

    This story tore me to pieces. I read these lines through a constant film of tears and I will cry unabashedly every single time I re read them... "I'll never be able to be here again. One caravan has stopped, another starts up. There are people I have yet to meet, others I'll neve...

    This is way much better that Kitchen . ...

    ??? ????? ?? ?????? ??? ???? ???? ?? ????? ???? ??????? ?????. ????? -?? ????- ???????? ??????? ??????? ???????? ??????? ??? ??? ???????? ?? ?? ???? ?? ????? ...

    This is a heartfelt and warm novella about love and grief. It's my favourite thing of Banana Yoshimoto's. (By 'thing' I mean writing: I have no idea about her personal possessions.) I re-read it every couple of years when it happens that I may be feeling a little adrift. It isn't just ...

    "Parting and death are both terribly painful. But to keep nursing the memory of a love so great you can't believe you'll ever love again is a useless drain on a woman's energies." Of all the prose that came from this little novella, this quote struck me the most. We become so devoted t...

  • Nurul Nadzirin
    Jun 03, 2013

    Yoshimoto's writing is so spot on in describing the feeling of longing and grief. There are details in mourning and during loneliness that we feel strongly but rarely solidify with words, and Yoshimoto does this effortlessly. As if I was relieving my own experience with each paragraph,...

  • سلطان
    Sep 08, 2015

    Yoshimoto's writing is so spot on in describing the feeling of longing and grief. There are details in mourning and during loneliness that we feel strongly but rarely solidify with words, and Yoshimoto does this effortlessly. As if I was relieving my own experience with each paragraph,...

    This novella speaks of the healing power of saying a proper goodbye. I believe it to be an essential life skill that we were not taught. Saying goodbye, moving on, accepting that things end (through death or other), and welcoming other people or places or dreams etc... It may take us y...

    This story tore me to pieces. I read these lines through a constant film of tears and I will cry unabashedly every single time I re read them... "I'll never be able to be here again. One caravan has stopped, another starts up. There are people I have yet to meet, others I'll neve...

    This is way much better that Kitchen . ...

    ??? ????? ?? ?????? ??? ???? ???? ?? ????? ???? ??????? ?????. ????? -?? ????- ???????? ??????? ??????? ???????? ??????? ??? ??? ???????? ?? ?? ???? ?? ????? ...

  • SilverF
    Apr 17, 2015

    Yoshimoto's writing is so spot on in describing the feeling of longing and grief. There are details in mourning and during loneliness that we feel strongly but rarely solidify with words, and Yoshimoto does this effortlessly. As if I was relieving my own experience with each paragraph,...

    This novella speaks of the healing power of saying a proper goodbye. I believe it to be an essential life skill that we were not taught. Saying goodbye, moving on, accepting that things end (through death or other), and welcoming other people or places or dreams etc... It may take us y...

    This story tore me to pieces. I read these lines through a constant film of tears and I will cry unabashedly every single time I re read them... "I'll never be able to be here again. One caravan has stopped, another starts up. There are people I have yet to meet, others I'll neve...

    This is way much better that Kitchen . ...

    ??? ????? ?? ?????? ??? ???? ???? ?? ????? ???? ??????? ?????. ????? -?? ????- ???????? ??????? ??????? ???????? ??????? ??? ??? ???????? ?? ?? ???? ?? ????? ...

    This is a heartfelt and warm novella about love and grief. It's my favourite thing of Banana Yoshimoto's. (By 'thing' I mean writing: I have no idea about her personal possessions.) I re-read it every couple of years when it happens that I may be feeling a little adrift. It isn't just ...

    "Parting and death are both terribly painful. But to keep nursing the memory of a love so great you can't believe you'll ever love again is a useless drain on a woman's energies." Of all the prose that came from this little novella, this quote struck me the most. We become so devoted t...

    Oh my goodness, I cried more than I care to admit. ...

    45 pagine di meraviglia. ...

  • Kylie
    May 23, 2017

    Yoshimoto's writing is so spot on in describing the feeling of longing and grief. There are details in mourning and during loneliness that we feel strongly but rarely solidify with words, and Yoshimoto does this effortlessly. As if I was relieving my own experience with each paragraph,...

    This novella speaks of the healing power of saying a proper goodbye. I believe it to be an essential life skill that we were not taught. Saying goodbye, moving on, accepting that things end (through death or other), and welcoming other people or places or dreams etc... It may take us y...

    This story tore me to pieces. I read these lines through a constant film of tears and I will cry unabashedly every single time I re read them... "I'll never be able to be here again. One caravan has stopped, another starts up. There are people I have yet to meet, others I'll neve...

    This is way much better that Kitchen . ...

    ??? ????? ?? ?????? ??? ???? ???? ?? ????? ???? ??????? ?????. ????? -?? ????- ???????? ??????? ??????? ???????? ??????? ??? ??? ???????? ?? ?? ???? ?? ????? ...

    This is a heartfelt and warm novella about love and grief. It's my favourite thing of Banana Yoshimoto's. (By 'thing' I mean writing: I have no idea about her personal possessions.) I re-read it every couple of years when it happens that I may be feeling a little adrift. It isn't just ...

    "Parting and death are both terribly painful. But to keep nursing the memory of a love so great you can't believe you'll ever love again is a useless drain on a woman's energies." Of all the prose that came from this little novella, this quote struck me the most. We become so devoted t...

    Oh my goodness, I cried more than I care to admit. ...

  • Amal Soyed
    Sep 09, 2017

    Yoshimoto's writing is so spot on in describing the feeling of longing and grief. There are details in mourning and during loneliness that we feel strongly but rarely solidify with words, and Yoshimoto does this effortlessly. As if I was relieving my own experience with each paragraph,...

    This novella speaks of the healing power of saying a proper goodbye. I believe it to be an essential life skill that we were not taught. Saying goodbye, moving on, accepting that things end (through death or other), and welcoming other people or places or dreams etc... It may take us y...

    This story tore me to pieces. I read these lines through a constant film of tears and I will cry unabashedly every single time I re read them... "I'll never be able to be here again. One caravan has stopped, another starts up. There are people I have yet to meet, others I'll neve...

    This is way much better that Kitchen . ...

  • Feseven
    Nov 24, 2015

    Yoshimoto's writing is so spot on in describing the feeling of longing and grief. There are details in mourning and during loneliness that we feel strongly but rarely solidify with words, and Yoshimoto does this effortlessly. As if I was relieving my own experience with each paragraph,...

    This novella speaks of the healing power of saying a proper goodbye. I believe it to be an essential life skill that we were not taught. Saying goodbye, moving on, accepting that things end (through death or other), and welcoming other people or places or dreams etc... It may take us y...

    This story tore me to pieces. I read these lines through a constant film of tears and I will cry unabashedly every single time I re read them... "I'll never be able to be here again. One caravan has stopped, another starts up. There are people I have yet to meet, others I'll neve...

    This is way much better that Kitchen . ...

    ??? ????? ?? ?????? ??? ???? ???? ?? ????? ???? ??????? ?????. ????? -?? ????- ???????? ??????? ??????? ???????? ??????? ??? ??? ???????? ?? ?? ???? ?? ????? ...

    This is a heartfelt and warm novella about love and grief. It's my favourite thing of Banana Yoshimoto's. (By 'thing' I mean writing: I have no idea about her personal possessions.) I re-read it every couple of years when it happens that I may be feeling a little adrift. It isn't just ...

    "Parting and death are both terribly painful. But to keep nursing the memory of a love so great you can't believe you'll ever love again is a useless drain on a woman's energies." Of all the prose that came from this little novella, this quote struck me the most. We become so devoted t...

    Oh my goodness, I cried more than I care to admit. ...

    45 pagine di meraviglia. ...

    Mi sono accorta, leggendolo, che il racconto lo stesso in fondo al libro Kitchen e questo denota quanto attentamente l'avessi letto quest'estate :P Rileggendolo ho colto delle sfumature che avevo perso o che comunque sulla spiaggia non mi erano sembrate cos interessanti. In real...

  • Josephine Quealy
    Jul 22, 2017

    Yoshimoto's writing is so spot on in describing the feeling of longing and grief. There are details in mourning and during loneliness that we feel strongly but rarely solidify with words, and Yoshimoto does this effortlessly. As if I was relieving my own experience with each paragraph,...

    This novella speaks of the healing power of saying a proper goodbye. I believe it to be an essential life skill that we were not taught. Saying goodbye, moving on, accepting that things end (through death or other), and welcoming other people or places or dreams etc... It may take us y...

    This story tore me to pieces. I read these lines through a constant film of tears and I will cry unabashedly every single time I re read them... "I'll never be able to be here again. One caravan has stopped, another starts up. There are people I have yet to meet, others I'll neve...

    This is way much better that Kitchen . ...

    ??? ????? ?? ?????? ??? ???? ???? ?? ????? ???? ??????? ?????. ????? -?? ????- ???????? ??????? ??????? ???????? ??????? ??? ??? ???????? ?? ?? ???? ?? ????? ...

    This is a heartfelt and warm novella about love and grief. It's my favourite thing of Banana Yoshimoto's. (By 'thing' I mean writing: I have no idea about her personal possessions.) I re-read it every couple of years when it happens that I may be feeling a little adrift. It isn't just ...