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Madame de Sade a play by Yukio Mishima  1967 trans.  Donald Keene   "deSade through women's eyes"

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Translated by Donald Keene, Madame de Sade, a play by Yukio Mishima 1967, is described as "Sade seen through women's eyes" and includes 12 photographs from productions.

Yukio Mishima was the pen name of Kimitake Hiraoka (1925-1970), probably the most popular Japanese writer of the 20th century. Both actor and playwright, Mishima wrote a number of successful plays. Madame de Sade was first performed at Kinokuniya Hall, Tokyo, November 14 1965.

Mishima, who committed a traditional Japanese suicide, described Madame de Sade as "Sade seen through women's eyes."

This paperback volume is in only fair condition because there are numerous ink comments within the text of the play. The binding is firm.

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Madame de Sade a play by Yukio Mishima 1967 trans. Donald Keene "deSade through women's eyes"

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  • Vintage item from the 1960s
  • Materials: paper, vintage
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