砂の器 上

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Seicho Matsumoto 松本 清張

Seicho Matsumoto , Matsumoto Seich , December 21, 1909 August 4, 1992 was a Japanese writer.Matsumoto s works created a new tradition of Japanese crime fiction Dispensing with formulaic plot devices such as puzzles, Matsumoto incorporated elements of human psychology and ordinary life into his crime fiction In particular, his works often reflect a wider social context and postwar nihilism that expanded the scope and further darkened the atmosphere of the genre His expos of corruption among police officials as well as criminals was a new addition to the field The subject of investigation was not just the crime but also the society in which the crime was committed.The self educated Matsumoto did not see his first book in print until he was in his forties He was a prolific author, he wrote until his death in 1992, producing in four decades than 450 works Matsumoto s mystery and detective fiction solidified his reputation as a writer at home and abroad He wrote historical novels and nonfiction in addition to mystery detective fiction.He was awarded the Akutagawa Prize in 1952 and the Kikuchi Kan Prize in 1970, as well as the Mystery Writers of Japan Award in 1957 He chaired the president of Mystery Writers of Japan from 1963 to 1971.Credited with popularizing the genre among readers in his country, Matsumoto became his nation s best selling and highest earning author in the 1960s His most acclaimed detective novels, including Ten to sen 1958 Points and Lines, 1970 Suna no utsuwa 1961 Inspector Imanishi Investigates, 1989 and Kiri no hata 1961 Pro Bono, 2012 , have been translated into a number of languages, including English.He collaborated with film director Yoshitar Nomura on adaptations of eight of his novels to film, including Castle of Sand.

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  • Deborah said:
    Jun 18, 2018 - 17:23 PM

    Part I of the classic mystery by Matsumoto Seicho. It is the first book I've read by this author, but I'm already looking for more to read. His attention to detail is amazing. It has been made into a movie which I'm interested in seeing to see if it lives up to the novel.

  • Satota said:
    Jun 18, 2018 - 17:23 PM

    I read this because I saw a book review on Keigo Higashino's "Inorino makuga orirutoki" which says the Higashino's novel is reminiscent of "Sunano Utsuwa." This was true.

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