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Jun'ichirō Tanizaki (谷崎 潤一郎, Tanizaki Jun'ichirō, 24 July 1886 – 30 July 1965) was one of the major writers of modern Japanese literature, and perhaps the most popular Japanese novelist after Natsume Sōseki. Some of his works present a shocking world of sexuality and destructive erotic obsessions.
Naomi (痴人の愛, Chijin no Ai, lit. A Fool's Love) is a novel by Japanese author Jun'ichirō Tanizaki (1886–1965). Writing of the novel began in 1924, and from March to June, Osaka's Morning News (大阪朝日新聞, Osaka Asahi Shinbun) published the first several chapters of the serial. Four months later, the periodical Female (女性, Josei) started to publish the remaining chapters. The novel was first published in book form, by Kaizosha, in 1925.
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Junichiro Tanizaki's Naomi is both a hilarious story of one man's obsession and a brilliant reckoning of a nation's cultural confusion. When d Joji first lays eyes upon the teenage waitress Naomi, he is instantly smitten by her exotic, almost Western appearance. Determined to transform her into the perfect wife and to whisk her away from the seamy underbelly of post-World War I Tokyo, Joji adopts and ultimately marries Naomi, paying for English and music lessons that promise to mold her into his ideal companion
Naomi is often called Tanizaki’s first important novel, because not only is the psychology behind sexual obsession . Not a bad book, but merely overrated.
Naomi is often called Tanizaki’s first important novel, because not only is the psychology behind sexual obsession uncovered, but it also exposes the contradictions of the culture during that time. Well, I still say Lolita is still an overrated book. Moreover, Tanizaki’s Naomi (1925) not only deals with similar themes as Lolita, but it is also a richer and more complex work. In fact, I am baffled that more Westerners are not familiar with it.
Naomi Tanizaki (谷崎 ナオミ, Tanizaki Naomi?) is a member of the Armed Detective Company and the younger sister of Junichirou. Naomi is a teenaged (roughly 16 or 17) girl. She has long black hair in a stylish cut with the bangs swept to the side. She wears a standard seifuku with a long skirt that comes just above her knees, and black socks that come to the middle of her calves. She has a beauty mark underneath her left eye.
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