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  • Mishima's novels exude a monstrous and compulsive weirdness, and seem to take place in a kind of purgatory for the depraved

    Angela Carter
  • Mishima was one of literature's great romantics, a tragedian with a heroic sensibility, an intellectual, an esthete, a man steeped in Western letters who toward the end of his life became a militant Japanese nationalist

    New York Times
  • Mishima is the Japanese Hemingway

    Life Magazine
  • A writer of immense energy and ability

    Time Out

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