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summary ï eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF ´ Natsuo Kirino Natsuo Kirino ´ 8 summary free read Out アウト Beve e gioca non si cura dei figli è attratto da donne impossibili e picchia la moglie non meritava certo di vivereLe gambe abbandonate storte sul pavimento di cemento dell’ingresso accasciato sulla soglia la testa tutta girata Kenji a un certo punto non si è mosso più Yaoyoi gli ha messo allora una mano sul collo per sentire le pulsazioni Niente Sul davanti dei pantaloni ha visto una macchia bagnata E ha riso stupefatta della forza furiosa della crudeltà di cui era stata capace Ha riso anche uando Masako e Yoshie le fedeli amiche l’hanno aiutata trasportando il cadavere a casa di Masako tagliandolo a pezzetti e gettando poi i rest. There s just something about Japan that produces the grittiest darkest scariest most realistic horror psychological thriller and suspense The seedy underbelly of Japanese society is perhaps so successfully portrayed because so little has been embellished And with the dark empty surburban streets so much is possible so much can go unnoticed In Natsuo Kirino s wonderful crime novel Out a sharp social commentary on Japan s patriarchal society and the situation for women and foreigners is tangled up with loan sharks gambling the yakuza and murderMasako works in a bento boxed lunch factory on the night shift with her workmates Yoshi Kuniko and Yayoi Together they make a team to get the best spots on the conveyor belt and because they re housewives with responsibilities during the day they re or less each other s only friends Each has problems Masako and her husband barely interact any and her son hasn t spoken to her in a year Yoshie is widowed and takes care of her daughter and her bed ridden mother in law in a tiny house that s ready to be knocked down Kuniko s husband has left her and taken all their money and she s over her head in debt because she s constantly buying new clothes to impress people and Yayoi s husband has spent all their savings on gambling and a beautiful Chinese hostess called Anna Their lives are circumscribed and lonely and there seems to be no way out for any of themThen one night Yayoi s husband Kenji comes home and in a fit of cold rage she strangles him In desperation she calls cool sharp Masako who calmly handles the situation by enlisting Yoshi to help her cut up the body in her bathroom and then get rid of the bags of body parts in the rubbish collection sites around the area Kuniko always with an eye out for a way to make money gets drawn into the mess as well which turns out to be their downfall Unreliable and delusional Kuniko does a poor job of disposing of her bags and the body is soon discovered and identified Things seem to be working out though when the police arrest their main suspect a casino owner and pimp with a scary past Satake who punched Kenji and threw him down the stairs after warning him to stay away from Anna his number one girl Satake innocent of the murder suspects Kenji s wife and he isn t the only one who figures out what really happened As things start to unravel Masako becomes the focus and the sense that someone is watching her that a trap is tightening around her threatens her calm composure and orderly existenceThis isn t a whodunit crime novel nor a formulaic one This is original literary crime that would not adapt well to any other setting but Japan Tokyo in particular where the novel is set Having lived in the country for three years I found myself living there again while reading this book the descriptions the characters their reactions and motivations it was all so very real so believable The weather for instance hot and humid and wet in summer the smell and the sweat it all came back so clearly The attitudes too and the urban landscape rice fields in between factories run down houses suished along allies bicycles and umbrellas and the rubbish collection spotsOne of the wonderful things about this book is the way it is written Despite one or two obvious metaphors the prose has a tight tense yet steady patient rhythm creating suspense along the way by never hurrying The chapters alternate in point of view narration between the main characters with their personalities coming through strongly despite the fact that the tone doesn t change I want to find an example and really I don t have to look far She could hear a horn tooting somewhere nearby the sound tofu trucks use to advertise their wares and through the open windows around her the sound of dishes rattling and televisions blaring It was the hour when the women of the city bustled around their kitchens Masako thought of her own neat empty kitchen and her bathroom where the deed had been done It occurred to her that lately she felt at home in a dry scoured bathroom than a busy homey kitchen p146 He had been a model of self control had worked so hard to keep his dark side sealed away But he knew that even a hint of what he d done would terrify other people Still only he and the woman herself knew the truth about what had happened and no one else could understand what he d been up to It had been Satake s misfortune to taste the forbidden fruit when he was twenty six and he d been cut off from the normal world ever since p179As far as the social commentary aspect goes it s a biting unglamorous look at Japanese society and also a revealing study of the plight of the impoverished exhausted women like Yoshi the greedy superficial consumers like Kuniko the intelligent hard working but discriminated and underpaid office girls like Masako had been and the victimised housewives like Yayoi The lengths these women go to for some money for escape for freedom have devestating conseuences for all of them The play between genders is also explored or rather held up for review it may come across as old hat but don t forget this is Japan which is still confined by many traditions that see women and foreigners subjugated and restricted to the role of second class citizen Despite the deeply flawed characters and the things they do Masako emerges as a strong heroine and even the male characters I felt some sympathy for The blurb describes it as having a pitch black comedy of gender warfare and that s definitely an intrinsic part of this novel Sometimes though it was just too hard to find the irony amusingThere s a lot I could say about this book but really I just want to stress how much I loved it I came across only one typo an is instead of it which is almost unheard of And if you re put off by the Japanese names here s a uick lesson Japanese when converted into Romaji our alphabet is very easy to pronounce Each letter translates into five vowels an n sound and consonant vowel pairings So Masako is pronounced Ma sa ko Easy Yayoi is pronounced Ya yo i i as in easy but a short sound Satake is pronounced Sa ta ke ke as in kettle Kazuo is pronounce Ka zu o or kaz u o Shinjuko is pronounced Shin ju ku See easy There s a great rhythm to it like those clapping games Unless there s a double vowel vowels and pairings are pronounced with short sounds generally There s no r or v in Japanese so these letters are given an l and b pronounciation Tsu is the most difficult sound for foreigners to make and we don t have an euivalentWhile I m at it it may be helpful to get the money conversion 1000 yen is roughly about 10 10000 yen is 100 and so on Just imagine a decimile point or remove a zero something like that So when Yayoi pays Yoshi and Kuniko 500000 yen for their part in getting rid of her husband that s about 5000 and when she talks about getting 50 million yen insurance money she is getting about 500000 Hope my maths is holding up here

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summary ï eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF ´ Natsuo Kirino Natsuo Kirino ´ 8 summary free read Out アウト I in vari bidoni d’immondiziaStraordinario thriller che ha per protagoniste uattro amiche la dolce e graziosa Yayoi l’ intelligente e coraggiosa Masako Yoshie la madre angariata da una figlia capricciosa e da una suocera invalida Kuniko la trentenne derubata dal marito e minacciata da un usuraio che si conoscono in una puzzolente fabbrica di cibi precotti e che scoprono insieme il gusto della rivolta e il fascino e il business del crimine Le uattro casalinghe di Tokyo come accade spesso nei buoni romanzi polizieschi illumina ciò che accade in un mondo in cui la tradizione si rompe come la pazienza di Yaoyoi improvvisamente come un fil. Out is so gritty and grotesue so violent that I was revolted many times but there is such truth amidst grim reality here especially in how women are treated in society I noticed that one of the other reviewers wrote about how this reminded him of the 1950s in the US but wage suppression and ineuality is still going in good old 2018 in the US Women in Japan where the book is set are supposed to do all the housework their outside job and take care of all the members of the household oh wait that s just like the US Sorry about the rant This story s 4 main female characters are firmly fleshed out I felt like I knew them Kirino does a fine job of characterization dialogue and scene setting This is the underbelly of Japan in the 1990s but like I said it could be any country We ve all got the maniacal misogynistic bosses distant husbands and children obnoxious in laws psychopathic rapists and various other creeps who make up this motley crew I felt sorry for the women especially Yoshie who had a disabled mother in law 2 ungrateful daughters a dead husband no money a crappy job and a teeny tiny house to take care of them inThis book is only for the stout hearted as there are descriptions of 2 beyond brutal rapes and dismemberment of corpses It keeps you hopping and I never ever guessed how it would end and like other readers I didn t care for the ending and disagree with it wholeheartedly Statistical Computing in C and R one Vintage Games An Insider Look at the History of Grand Theft Auto Super Mario and the Most Influential Games of All Time of the The Frog Princess other reviewers wrote about how this reminded him Human Aspects of Software Engineering Electrical and Computer Engineering Series of the 1950s in the US but wage suppression and ineuality is still going in good Zamba The True Story of the Greatest Lion That Ever Lived old 2018 in the US Women in Japan where the book is set are supposed to do all the housework their How to Make a Plant Love You outside job and take care The Erotic Motive In Literature of all the members Cities and Dialogue of the household De Omweg oh wait that s just like the US Sorry about the rant This story s 4 main female characters are firmly fleshed The Christmas Doll out I felt like I knew them Kirino does a fine job The Crime Trade of characterization dialogue and scene setting This is the underbelly Dark Tide Rising William Monk #24 of Japan in the 1990s but like I said it could be any country We ve all got the maniacal misogynistic bosses distant husbands and children The Adventures of Rusty obnoxious in laws psychopathic rapists and various Bittersweet Harvest other creeps who make up this motley crew I felt sorry for the women especially Yoshie who had a disabled mother in law 2 ungrateful daughters a dead husband no money a crappy job and a teeny tiny house to take care The Internet Book Everything You Need to Know About Computer Networking and How the Internet Works 4th Edition of them inThis book is The Seduction of MrsPendlebury only for the stout hearted as there are descriptions The ueen from Provence Plantagenet Saga #6 of corpses It keeps you hopping and I never ever guessed how it would end and like Mamá other readers I didn t care for the ending and disagree with it wholeheartedly

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summary ï eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF ´ Natsuo Kirino Natsuo Kirino ´ 8 summary free read Out アウト La pazienza di Yaoyoi della dolce e graziosa Yaoyoi si è rotta oggi improvvisamente come un filo Nell’ingresso di casa davanti alla faccia insopportabilmente insolente di Kenji il marito che ha dilapidato tutti i suoi risparmi Yaoyoi si è tolta la cinghia dei pantaloni e l’ha stretta intorno al collo del disgraziato Kenji ha tentato di afferrare la cintura ma non ne ha avuto il tempo La cinghia gli è penetrata subito nella carneÈ stato buffo vedere come il collo di Kenji si sia piegato all’indietro e le mani abbiano cominciato ad annaspare disperatamente nell’aria Sì buffo veramente buffo poiché un uomo così un infelice che. The night air trembles with a malevolent intensity Something hangs heavy in the humid breeze the stomach churning smell of deep fried tempura prawns sealed inside boxed lunches mingled with something putrid perhaps the stench of rotting dismembered human limbs hidden away in trash cans The insufferable July heat accelerates decomposition causes beads of sweat to cling to Masako s neck persistently as she waits in the taut darkness of the deserted parking lot for 3 of her colleagues women who are entangled in the knots of a terrible secret Women who have been brought together to resist common enemies the cruel realities of a hostile world which thwarts their attempts at self determination at every turn The reality of the abusive wayward husband The reality of the back breaking night shift at the boxed lunch factory that whittles away at their will to live The reality of the chokehold of harsh domesticity that places exacting demands on them while sparing the men of the house Fear dwells in the furthest nooks and corners of Masako s subconscious fear of the anonymous faceless attacker who has been assaulting women in the uiet Tokyo suburb lately Fear of not doing enough to hold together a slowly disintegrating family Fear of venturing so close to the edge of madness that oblivion may seem a welcome prospect in place of retaining memories Fear of breaking freeAnd yet Masako musters up a stony indifference makes unwavering courage and resourcefulness her weapons of choice Even in the face of monstrous evil that spreads its tentacles from the yakuza governed seedy underbelly of the night for the purpose of macabre revenge she does not blink Masako does not believe in surrender as a choice She wants out and she will secure an escape route She stared at the stark white area on her finger in the November sunlight There was something pathetic about this band of pale skin the mark from a ring that hadn t been removed in eight years It was the mark of loss But it was also the mark of liberation a sign that everything was finally over Out is genuinely unsettling in the sense it fleshes out a nightmarish scenario with nary an inhibition It forces us out of our comfort zones repeatedly and without mercy To legitimize the aforementioned claims let me mention it features scenes of graphic violence against women and a psychotic rapist murderer Not a cartoonish villain who cackles with maniacal laughter while sodomizing his victims and cutting them up into little pieces but a or less rational individual whose human impulses have been distorted beyond recognition All his convoluted thought processes are so lucidly explicated that one cannot help fathoming a perverse kind of logic in them And this is the aspect that sent shivers down my spine the fact that I came close to feeling empathy for a rapist like the woman who survived his attacks Out does not attempt to slay any proverbial demons but coaxes us to look them in the eye and recognize the possibility that all acts of patriarchal oppression are underpinned by some coherent rationale no matter how one sided and brutal While he was inside he d been haunted by the memory of torturing her to death but what troubled him wasn t guilt so much as the desire to do it all over again Ironically though when he finally got out he was completely impotent It wasn t until some years later that he realised the intensity of the moment when he d killed her had somewhow shut him off from the mundane experience To a great extent misogyny constitutes the thematic backbone of this fast paced novel given that it lists the manifold ways in which a patriarchal social order limits a woman s access to personal liberties righteously punishing her for any defiance Aside from Toni Morrison s The Bluest Eye this is the only book I ve read which masterfully avoids a ham fisted treatment of a rape scene and stops short of reducing both victim and perpetrator to the status of dehumanized participants in a horrendous actAll said and done I have a feeling this review will either generate some interest in prospective readers or turn them off so completely that even the name Natsuo Kirino will only inspire revulsion I certainly hope the former sentiment prevails with most


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    summary ï eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF ´ Natsuo Kirino Natsuo Kirino ´ 8 summary [Out アウト] EBOOK / PDF The night air trembles with a malevolent intensity Something hangs heavy in the humid breeze the stomach churning

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  • Paperback
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  • Out アウト
  • Natsuo Kirino
  • Italian
  • 13 March 2020
  • 9788873058175