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  • L'Opéra des gueux est un roman de l'écrivain japonais Kaïtô Takeshi, paru en 1959.Dans les ruines d'Osaka, au lendemain de la Seconde Guerre mondiale, des milliers de miséreux survivent par tous les moyens. Il n'y a pas dans ce roman de héros positif à proprement parler, mais on sent la sympathie de l'auteur pour ses personnages qui se débattent dans les pires difficultés, non sans humour. Le titre se réfère explicitement à Bertolt Brecht, auteur de L'Opéra de quat'sous.Portail de la littérature Portail de la littérature Portail du Japon Portail du Japon Portail des années 1950 Portail des années 1950
  • Japan's Threepenny Opera (日本三文オペラ, Nihon Sanmon Opera) is a novel by Takeshi Kaiko in 1959.The name was derived from Bertold Brecht's Threepenny Opera and in a way is its variant, in the Japanese setting.The novel is based on actual events. It is set in post-World War II Japan. In the middle of Osaka there are ruins of the Imperial Arsenal demolished by American bombing, full of scrap metal. While the metals are precious in the destroyed economy of Japan, state bureaucracy is extremely slow to recover them. A settlement of outcasts, lumpen proletariat, spontaneously organize themselves into brigades, using this circumstance as an opportunity to sneak into the Arsenal and scavenge the scrap. Reporters dubbed them Apaches, after the Native American Apache tribe, and they accepted the name.The novel seemingly has no positive heroes, it is intentionally anti-aesthetical, but the reader feels sympathy for these people strugging for life in the miniature copy of the capitalist society with all its attributes: division of labour, exploitation, hard toil and the dream to get rich quick.After this novel the term "apache" entered the Japanese language to denote scavengers of recyclables, e.g., of scrap paper.
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  • L'Opéra des gueux est un roman de l'écrivain japonais Kaïtô Takeshi, paru en 1959.Dans les ruines d'Osaka, au lendemain de la Seconde Guerre mondiale, des milliers de miséreux survivent par tous les moyens. Il n'y a pas dans ce roman de héros positif à proprement parler, mais on sent la sympathie de l'auteur pour ses personnages qui se débattent dans les pires difficultés, non sans humour.
  • Japan's Threepenny Opera (日本三文オペラ, Nihon Sanmon Opera) is a novel by Takeshi Kaiko in 1959.The name was derived from Bertold Brecht's Threepenny Opera and in a way is its variant, in the Japanese setting.The novel is based on actual events. It is set in post-World War II Japan. In the middle of Osaka there are ruins of the Imperial Arsenal demolished by American bombing, full of scrap metal.
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  • L'Opéra des gueux (roman)
  • Japan's Threepenny Opera
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