Hanya Yanagihara

Hanya Yanagihara

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Hanya Yanagihara

Hanya Yanagihara The author has not cried for 23 years News, cultural and artistic news, a writer who has not cried for 23 years Hanya Yanagihara, author of A Little Life, spoke in an interview about the book that changed her life, her jealousy of Kazuo Ishiguro and the unseen novels of Hillary Mantel.
According to ISNA, the Guardian recently published a short but fascinating interview with Booker’s novelist Hanya Yanagihara, in which she asked some interesting questions from the novelist, journalist and travel writer, which you can read below.

The book you are reading?
“How to Survive a Disaster” by David France, a history of AIDS in the United States, and “The Sparshult Relationship,” by Alan Hallinghurst.

The last book that made you laugh?
How can I say the last book that made my heart beat faster? This book was The State of Freedom by Neil Mukherjee; A completely impressive, scary and astonishing work.

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A book that has not been seen at all?
Hillary Mantel’s “Wolf Hall” was well-received at the time of its publication, but I Hanya Yanagihara wish all those who read the novel had read Mantel’s early works as well. Novels like “Every Day is Mother’s Day,” “Owning Nothing,” and “The Test of Love” are all hilarious, enjoyable, and wonderful. There is another writer who has more audience in the UK than in the United States, and that is Jonathan Cui, and I like his Rain Before It Rains.

The book you wished you had written?
The Remnant of the Day by Kazuo Ishiguro is, of course, several books. You know, when you read a particular work, you can seldom hide your blinding jealousy under the shadow of admiration.

A book that changed your life?
There were many, but if I were to name them, I would say “Goodbye, Columbus” by Philip Roth. My father gave me this book and it was a discovery and intuition for me. I did not understand many places; It was probably the first adult book I read. However, I understood enough to realize that this book, although a kind of tribute to the author’s background, was a betrayal of it. This was an early and important lesson for me. The first books I read were chosen by my father according to his taste. Together we read the works of Barbara Paym, Anita Bruckner, VS Naipaul, David Levitt, Vladimir Nabokov, James Baldwin, and of course all the works of all Japanese modernists, as well as many other works. The original “Roth”.

A book that changed your mind?
I have never read a book like The Red Biography by Anne Carson.

The book that influenced your writing?
I don’t know if this book necessarily influenced my writing, but one of the works I keep coming back to is The Makioka Sisters, the almost perfect novel by Junichiro Tanizaki.

A book you could not finish?
Until two years ago, I was finishing all kinds of books, no matter how hard it was. I later realized that I did not have to do this. The first time I did this, I felt guilty and confused. It was as if I was running away from something. But since then I have completely Hanya Yanagihara abandoned them. The last book I left unfinished was Monston by Wiki Collins.

A book you are ashamed of not reading?
my God! There are many, but if I want to name, I would say “The Picture of a Lady” by Henry James, which I will go to soon, of course, because I have recently finished “Mrs. Test” by John Benville.

¿El libro que regalas?
Depende de cuál sea el propósito del regalo. El año pasado doné varios volúmenes de “Some Prefer Nettles” de Tanizaki y “Evening Clouds” de Junzo Shuno.

¿El último libro que te hizo llorar?
No he llorado desde 1995 y no quiero empezar de nuevo.

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Hania Yanagihara nació el 20 de septiembre de 1974. Nació en Los Ángeles y se crió en Hawai. Su padre es de Hawai y su madre nació en Seúl. Ha cambiado de lugar de residencia muchas veces con su familia; Hawai, Nueva York, Maryland, California y Texas son algunas de las ciudades donde ha vivido el novelista.

Yanagihara comenzó su carrera como periodista y luego como columnista de una revista de turismo. Ha sido editor de The New York Times Magazine desde 2015.

Su primera novela, People on Trees, se publicó en 2013 y recibió mucha atención. Escrita en base a una historia real, esta obra fue reconocida como una de las mejores novelas del año.

Yanagihara lanzó su segunda novela, A Little Life, en marzo de 2015. Este trabajo también recibió críticas positivas y, lo más importante, lo llevó a ser nominado para la etapa final del Premio Man Booker. “A Little Life” fue preseleccionada para el Premio Nacional del Libro de EE. UU.

olvidas de ir rápido

Te olvidas de ir rápido, no me tomas por ser el momento, pensaste que era insensible, no conocías Hanya Yanagihara todos mis sentimientos, no entendiste tan inmerso en mi amor que no me siento triste contigo, soy inquieto hasta que regreses, la separación es pesada, estar sin ti es una sombra Es siniestro, estas embriagado con tus deseos felices, desconociendo nuestra condición, yo y mis preocupaciones cantamos el dolor de la separación, realmente recuerdo las lágrimas que cayeron de tus ojos, luego descansaste en mis brazos, ¿cómo puedo creer que la muerte está en su apogeo? Impaciencia, ¿cómo puedo pasar por alto tus recuerdos que fluyen constantemente sobre mí como un río y no me dejarán como tu amor, de mí en ti? es la única fuente de amor que queda, la lluvia sin dudarlo y la noche de lamentos sin ti que no has escuchado nada de ella, me has llevado al borde de la soledad, no creo estos momentos crueles del tiempo, yo y la letra que nos odiamos, tu risa al ver mis palabras, honestamente digo, ¡crea, haz!

Te acuerdas de mis ojos Deseó que solo tú supieras, me Hanya Yanagihara miraste y mantuviste secretos sobre tu partida, ¿de quién aprendiste realmente a romperte el corazón? ¿Cómo escribiste el ejercicio de fidelización? Te seguí, seguiste a mi amigo, en un obsequio sin marcar, me pasaste porque estoy cautivado en todo momento en el dolor por eso. Ahora dime dónde, dime tu cabeza en tus brazos, tu risa con otro, te va a quitar el corazón, eres infiel, rompiste tu voto sin dudarlo, he pecado, has hecho una razón, todo lo que dijiste subió al viento, tus palabras Hubo un grito en mi corazón. Todo lo que dije, pensaste que era mentira, la oración era cierta, pero no las creíste.

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