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Kawabata, Yasunari, 1899-1972

LC control no.n 81097752
Descriptive conventionsrda
LC classificationPL832.A9
Personal name headingKawabata, Yasunari, 1899-1972
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Variant(s)Kavabata, I︠A︡sunari, 1899-1972
Chuanduan, Kangcheng, 1899-1972
Chʻŏndan, Kangsŏng, 1899-1972
Kavabata, Jaszunari, 1899-1972
Yasunari, Kawabata, 1899-1972
Кавабата, Ясунари, 1899-1972
יאסונרי, קוובטה, 1899־1972
川端康成, 1899-1972
Associated countryJapan
Birth date1899-06-11
Death date1972-04-16
Place of birthOsaka (Japan)
Field of activityFiction--Authorship Novels Short stories
Profession or occupationAuthors Novelists
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Non-Latin script references not evaluated.
Found inHis Snow country, 1956.
His Pada, 1983: t.p. (Chʻŏndan Kangsŏng)
His Hóország, 1969: t.p. (Kavabata Jaszunari)
His Izu no odoriko, 1968: t.p. (Kawabata Yasunari [in rom.])
His Dandelions, 2017: ECIP t.p. (Yasunari Kawabata) data view (best known in the West for such novels as Snow Country, Beauty and Sadness, and A Thousand Cranes, Yasunari Kawabata was born in Osaka in 1899. In 1968 he became the first Japanese writer to receive the Nobel Prize for Literature)
Wikipedia, January 17, 2019: (Yasunari Kawabata (11 June 1899-16 April 1972) was a Japanese novelist and short story writer)
Nobel Foundation, WWW, viewed on March 20, 2019: The Nobel Prize in Literature 1968 (The Nobel Prize in Literature 1968 was awarded to Yasunari Kawabata "for his narrative mastery, which with great sensibility expresses the essence of the Japanese mind")
Associated languagejpn