Jaapani kuu ettekanne: Murakami ja maailm. Murakami maailm
AniMatsuri

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lun. 18/09/2017 de 19h00 à 20h00/strike>

Rahva Raamat
Turu 2
51014 Tartu
Estonia
Haruki Murakami (1949) on ilmselt kõige tuntum elusolev jaapani kirjanik maailmas. Ka eesti lugejale on tuttavad nii tema autobiograafiliste sugemetega realistlikumad romaanid kui ka hilisemad, pisut fantastilisemad teosed. Sinna vahele ja ümber mahub aga veel palju muud. Muuhulgas on märkimisväärne tema balansseerimine Ida ja Lääne vahel - Läänes peetakse teda selgelt jaapani kirjanikuks, aga Jaapanis jälle liiga läänelikuks ja kergemeelseks, et jaapanlasi maailmakirjanduses tõeliselt esindada. Ehk võiks teda siis pidada sillaehitajaks, kes ühendab neid mõlemaid?
Kairi Jets on Tartu Ülikooli maailmakirjanduse doktorant.
Ettekanne on eesti keeles ja tasuta.
Jaapani kuu on septembris algav AniMatsuri festivali raames toimuv üritustesari, mis on mõeldud Jaapani kultuuri tutvustamiseks igas vanuses huvilistele. Jaapani kuu hõlmab filmiõhtuid, ettekandeid, kontserte, töötubasid ja palju muud. Üritusi jagub seekord Tartu kõrval veidi ka Tallinnasse.
Rohkem infot leiate AniMatsuri festivali kodulehel www.animatsuri.eu.
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Haruki Murakami (1949) is probably one of the most famous currently alive Japanese writers in the world. Even the Estonian reader is familiar with both his realistic novels with autobiographic origins and his subsequent, more fantastical works. Between and around that, however, is so much more. It is also remarkable how he balances between the east and west - in the East, he is clearly a Japanese author, in Japan too Western and frivolous to properly represent the Japanese in world literature. Maybe he could be considered the builder of a bridge to connect the two?
Kairi Jets is a world literature postgraduate at the University of Tartu.
The presentation is in Estonian and free of charge.
Japan Month is a series of events that take place for a month starting in September. The aim is to introduce the wonderful culture of Japan to those who are interested in knowing more about the land of the rising sun. There will be different presentations, workshops, movie nights etc. This year we will also be having a few events in Tallinn.
Japan Month is a part of the AniMatsuri festival taking place on the 23rd to 24th of September. To find out more about all about Japan Month and AniMatsuri, visit www.animatsuri.eu.
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