Japan, the ambiguous, and myself : the Nobel Prize speech and other lectures /
In December 1994, on the acceptance of only the second Nobel Prize awarded to a Japanese writer, Kenzaburo Oe gave a speech that was a message for mankind: one that pledged his own faith in tolerance and human decency; in the renunciation of war; and in the healing power of art - the power to calm a...
|Published:||Tokyo ; New York : Kodansha International, |
|Edition:||First edition, 1995.|
No Tags, Be the first to tag this record!