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😛 , the publisher, were prosecuted for public obscenity. While going through high school during World War II, he had the ambition to be an aeronautical engineer. In 1950, after working as an editor at the Modern Nihon magazine under Junnosuke Yoshiyuki for two years one of the authors he edited was Hisao Juran , Shibusawa entered the University of Tokyo's school of French literature, where he enthusiastically embraced the avant-garde movement of surrealism, which started in France after World War I. However, the possibilities for a career in that field disappeared with Japan's defeat in the war, and Shibusawa received notably poor scores in the German language, which was widely used in engineering at the time. Shibusawa, although discouraged, was not deterred, and continued to write works on eroticism and to translate the works of de Sade, as well as other French authors; he also produced essays and art criticism, and became a specialist in the study of medieval demonology. Shibusawa was born in the upper-class neighborhood of Takanawa in Tokyo. Madame de Sade by Mishima 1965 is entirely based on Shibusawa's The Life of Marquis de Sade サド侯爵の生涯, 1964 ; but on the other hand, today it is known that Shibusawa himself plagiarized his own work largely from Vie du Marquis de Sade by Gilbert Lely 1961. After publishing his first book, a translation of Jean Cocteau's Le Grand Ecart 大跨びらき in 1954, Shibusawa began to introduce French literature to Japanese readers through his translations. He turned his attention to study of the French language instead. 」と唸るしかナイ --; 異端の肖像 (河出文庫) 「歴史上とっても怖い人たち」についての本。

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During this period, he also briefly flirted with politics, supporting the Japan Communist Party in an election for the mayor of Miura, Kanagawa by joining political rallies and distribution leaflets satirizing the opposing candidate. Shibusawa died of larynx cancer in 1987. He was distantly related to the famous Shibusawa Eiichi. His father was a banker, and his mother was the daughter of an industrialist and politician. He relocated from Tokyo to the resort town of Kamakura, Kanagawa prefecture in 1946, due to its reputation for having a healthful climate for lung disorders, and continued to live there to his death. He was seen off at Haneda Airport by his close friend Mishima Yukio. In The Temple of Dawn 1969 , Mishima created Yasushi Imanishi 今西 康 Imanishi Yasushi? Although Shibusawa did graduate from a master's course at the University of Tokyo, he had to abandon plans to become a professor because of tuberculosis, and started his career as a freelance writer instead. His grave is at the temple of Jochi-ji in Kamakura.。 book -REVUE- 妖人奇人館 (河出文庫) 久々に読んだ渋澤作品/人物エッセイ集。

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