Musashi, Book 1: The Way of the Samurai e-book
by Eiji Yoshikawa
probably the greatest book written on the samurai. In this way the novel is incredibly deep, without ever once being difficult to read. Book also teaches life lessons. Early in the book musashi was dissappointed that his friend was defeated by a thot.
probably the greatest book written on the samurai. it helps that he was a real person. not for the faint of heart, this book is over 1000 pages long. I've read it four times now and could easily read it again. One of Japan's greatest hero's, this story is about his life and beliefs. I'm going to make my kids read this book. It showed me how a good warrior can easily fall to a woman who throws himself at him. Nothing can prepare you for a thot attack.
Way of the Samurai is an excellent introduction to what I anticipate to be one of the great works of historical fiction (and an introduction to the historical Musashi himself).
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The classic samurai novel about the real exploits of the most famous swordsman. Miyamoto Musashi was the child of an era when Japan was emerging from decades of civil strife. Lured to the great Battle of Sekigahara in 1600 by the hope of becoming a samurai-without really knowing what it meant-he regains consciousness after the battle to find himself lying defeated, dazed and wounded among thousands of the dead and dying. Musashi is a novel in the best tradition of Japanese story telling. It is a living story, subtle and imaginative, teeming with memorable characters, many of them historical. I. Musashi: The Way of the Sword. by Eiji Yoshikawa · Charles S. Terry. Musashi: The Way of Life and Death.
New York: Pocket Books. ISBN 0-671-73483-0 (paper).
Eiji Yoshikawa 吉川 英治. Born. His other books also serve similar purposes and, although most of his novels are not original works, he created a huge amount of work and a renewed interest in the past. He is cited as one of the best historical novelists in Japan. 1989) Musashi Book I: The Way of the Samurai. New York: Pocket Books.
Translation of: Miyamoto Musashi. Part 3. Previously published as part of Musashi. New York : Harper & Row/Kodansha International, c1981. Miyamoto Musashi, the best swordsman in feudal Japan, faces a duel to the death with the swordsmen of the House of Yoshioka.
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The classic samurai novel about the real exploits of the most famous swordsman He is supremely successful in his encounters, but in the Art of War he perceives the way of peaceful and prosperous governance and disciplines himself to be a real. He is supremely successful in his encounters, but in the Art of War he perceives the way of peaceful and prosperous governance and disciplines himself to be a real human being. He becomes a reluctant hero to a host of people whose lives he has touched and been touched by. And, inevitably, he has to pit his skill against the naked blade of his greatest rival.