Mäng sõiduplaaniga

Mäng sõiduplaaniga

Seicho Matsumoto Agu Sisask / Aug 24, 2019

M ng s iduplaaniga Need olid andmed mis Kasail oli nnestunud v lja uurida Miharal kadus viimanegi eluisu Veel ks tunnistaja kes kinnitab et Yasuda s itis just selle rongiga Sealjuures pesuehtne mitte fabritseeritud

  • Title: Mäng sõiduplaaniga
  • Author: Seicho Matsumoto Agu Sisask
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  • Page: 281
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  • Need olid andmed, mis Kasail oli nnestunud v lja uurida.Miharal kadus viimanegi eluisu Veel ks tunnistaja, kes kinnitab, et Yasuda s itis just selle rongiga Sealjuures pesuehtne, mitte fabritseeritud T htis tegelane, kelle reis oli ammu ette kavandatud Tema nimi seisis Aomori ja Hakodate vahel kurseeriva praami kontrolltalongil K ik see ei j tnud pisemalegi kahtluseNeed olid andmed, mis Kasail oli nnestunud v lja uurida.Miharal kadus viimanegi eluisu Veel ks tunnistaja, kes kinnitab, et Yasuda s itis just selle rongiga Sealjuures pesuehtne, mitte fabritseeritud T htis tegelane, kelle reis oli ammu ette kavandatud Tema nimi seisis Aomori ja Hakodate vahel kurseeriva praami kontrolltalongil K ik see ei j tnud pisemalegi kahtlusele ruumi.Kasai t usis Kena ilmake t na Kuidas oleks, kui jalutaksime ige raasike V ljas paistis ere p ike Tema soojad kiired kuulutasid kevade algust Paljud k isid juba ilma mantlita.

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      • Seicho Matsumoto Agu Sisask

        Seicho Matsumoto , Matsumoto Seich , December 21, 1909 August 4, 1992 was a Japanese writer.Matsumoto s works created a new tradition of Japanese crime fiction Dispensing with formulaic plot devices such as puzzles, Matsumoto incorporated elements of human psychology and ordinary life into his crime fiction In particular, his works often reflect a wider social context and postwar nihilism that expanded the scope and further darkened the atmosphere of the genre His expos of corruption among police officials as well as criminals was a new addition to the field The subject of investigation was not just the crime but also the society in which the crime was committed.The self educated Matsumoto did not see his first book in print until he was in his forties He was a prolific author, he wrote until his death in 1992, producing in four decades than 450 works Matsumoto s mystery and detective fiction solidified his reputation as a writer at home and abroad He wrote historical novels and nonfiction in addition to mystery detective fiction.He was awarded the Akutagawa Prize in 1952 and the Kikuchi Kan Prize in 1970, as well as the Mystery Writers of Japan Award in 1957 He chaired the president of Mystery Writers of Japan from 1963 to 1971.Credited with popularizing the genre among readers in his country, Matsumoto became his nation s best selling and highest earning author in the 1960s His most acclaimed detective novels, including Ten to sen 1958 Points and Lines, 1970 Suna no utsuwa 1961 Inspector Imanishi Investigates, 1989 and Kiri no hata 1961 Pro Bono, 2012 , have been translated into a number of languages, including English.He collaborated with film director Yoshitar Nomura on adaptations of eight of his novels to film, including Castle of Sand.


    1. Βαθμολογία: ★★Δεν είχα υψηλές προσδοκίες και δεν απογοητεύτηκα, αλλά ούτε μπορώ να πω ότι μου άρεσε. Ο συγγραφέας έστησε ένα μυστήριο τόσο περίπλοκο, αλλά και δυσνόητο, που με έκανε να βαρεθώ σε μερικά σημεία. Δυσκολεύτηκα να παρακολουθήσω τις ημερομηνίες και τις ώρες και [...]

    2. Recensione su ChibiisthewayTokyo Express mi ha catturata fin dalle prime pagine e mi sono ritrovata a viaggiare in treno per il Giappone indagando con Torigai Jūtarō e Mihara Kiichi. In una cala rocciosa vengono ritrovati i corpi di due giovani. Si tratta senz’altro di un suicidio d’amore, la polizia di Fukuoka sembra quasi delusa ma Jūtarō non riesce a togliersi dalla testa un dettaglio che stride con tutto il resto. Un caso intricato incentrato sugli orari dei treni e su piccoli dettag [...]

    3. Un bel giallo à la Simenon: ben costruito e per nulla scontato! E poi gli scrittori giapponesi hanno secondo me una marcia in più, a prescindere.

    4. 4/5Una de las cosas que más me han llamado la atención de El expreso de Tokio es el logrado efecto de incertidumbre que Matsumoto consigue imprimir a la resolución del caso. Se trata de una novela en la que no sobresale ningún sospechoso por encima de otro, donde las escasas pistas disponibles conducen a vías de investigación absolutamente infructíferas y en la que, cuando por fin parece que las piezas encajan o un descubrimiento inesperado arroja algo de luz sobre el terreno, el escritor [...]

    5. I may never be able to fully untangle the degree to which the woodeness of some Japanese mystery novels is a function of (1) poor translations, (2) the Japanese language itself, (3) Japanese cultural norms (in particular, those governing politeness in speech), and/or (4) the conventions of the Japanese mystery novel (including the conventions of serial publication). In any case, I am learning to take this woodeness as a given, and it interferes less and less with my enjoyment of Japanese mysteri [...]

    6. An outstandingly intelligent, no frills, police procedural - like a jigsaw puzzle. Curious that Matsumoto is not more widely translated.

    7. Leída aquí, esta novela sobre la puntualidad de los trenes, más que policíaca parece de ciencia ficción. Solo podría ocurrir en Japón o Inglaterra (de hecho, a ratos tiene aires de Agatha Christie). Lo que empieza como un caso algo tonto y previsible, capítulo a capítulo se convierte en un puzzle de horarios ferroviarios y supuestos imposibles. Fascinante. De fondo, denuncia social y las siempre bienvenidas pinceladas de la sociedad japonesa.

    8. kind of a fascinating book, not so much in terms of the mystery itself (which really wasn't all that mysterious), as for the picture it paints of post-war japan, which was quite vivid (though sort of terrifyingly regimented and sad). i've read a lot (well, my fair share anyway) of japanese lit and this was the first time i ever felt like i actually kind of understood the place. (though maybe i just understood the place in the book; i suppose it's hard to tell.)i also liked the fact that it seeme [...]

    9. It's a quick read and the plots are neatly written, I especially enjoy how the two police officers solve out the murder mystery in a very realistic, down to earth manner. My only complaint is that in the later part of the book, there's too many details about how to create alibi by using the trains' timetable. Too many details. @___@

    10. Το συγκεκριμένο βιβλίο είναι ένα από τα πρώτα βήματα της αστυνομικής λογοτεχνίας στην χώρα του ανατέλλοντος ηλίου. Πρόκειται για ένα κλασικό detective story, με επιρροές δυτικού στυλ, που αν και καλό για αρχή, μου φάνηκε λίγο αφελές. Και το λέω αυτό λόγω της επιμονής του αστυνόμου [...]

    11. Bien narrado, bien hilado, y con una trama perfectamente creible. Una mas que interesante introduccion a la novela negra japonesa

    12. Seicho Matsumoto. Trenes perfectosQuien conozca un poco el cine japonés (incluso el cine japonés que ha llegado a nuestro país, gotas de agua en un inmenso océano) quizás recordará el nombre de Yoshitaro Nomura. Cineasta con una extensa obra, poco nos ha llegado de él, y prácticamente todo, de un mismo género: la intriga, el policiaco. En España se llegaron a sacar dos obras suyas (seguramente lo mejor de su producción): El castillo de arena y El demonio. Ambas tenían en común, como [...]

    13. Ενα ταπεινό (μάλλον) σε προθέσεις και στυλ γραφής αστυνομικό απ την μακρινή αυτή χώρα, αλλά τόσο ορμητικό σε έρευνα και παρουσίαση στοιχείων. Μόνο ένας Ιάπωνας με την επιμονή και τον σεβασμό στις μικρές και ασήμαντες ενδείξεις θα έπλεκε ένα τέτοιο κομψοτέχνημα. Ενα παζλ με [...]

    14. A taut and wonderfully spun tale. I think I've now read all of Matsumoto's books that have been translated to English. Apparently he wrote many, but as far as I know only 4 have made it into Englishis is a loss and an oversight. Someone please correct it.

    15. This is the first of Matsumoto's books I've read, and it captivated me from beginning to end. It's sad that so few of his books have been translated into English.

    16. A rather simple crime mystery story that's basically built on different train timetables. The culprit was obvious from really early on (at least he was to me) and most of the book is built around the concept of how can a person be somewhere when he has an alibi (or several) that have seen him in an entirely different place hundreds of kilometers away. Although the criminal was rather obvious from the beginning I somehow got a teeny tiny Agatha Christie vibe from the writing. In Christie's books [...]

    17. This was the most polite detective novel I have ever read. The cultural insights were fascinating. I can't imagine communicating with other members of society in a kind of guessing game, using double meanings, hints, and protestations of not doing the very thing you obviously are doing.

    18. Publicado en lecturaylocura/el-expreso-“El expreso de Tokio” de Seicho Matsumoto. Precisión niponaSi tenemos libros como este publicado es gracias a que hay editoriales independientes como Libros del Asteroide. Otro día vendré con alguno de los libros de novela policíaca que nos trae Quaterni, otra de esas editoriales pequeñas que están buscando obras de autores japoneses que nos parecían impensables hace un tiempo.Pero hoy es el turno de de Seicho Matsumoto, escritor japonés que pub [...]

    19. Another Japanese novel, another mystery novel. "点と線" or "Points and lines" is not your typical mystery novel, though. It doesn't care much about who did it or about the typical interrogations.No. 点と線 centers around how the killer did it. And not your typical how he/she did it but how he/she had time to do it. It is different. The novel starts with a couple found dead on a rocky coast and from there the mystery unravels. It is just a mild spoiler to say that quite early in the novel t [...]

    20. This book had a very classic mystery feel, I thought. Very stoic and logical detectives, who recreate scenes so elaborate (it entertains) but kind of makes you laugh to think if their discoveries would hold up for a second in any modern court.This isn't a spoiler, but be prepared for a mathematical word problem here. The twists and reveals mainly revolve around "train A leaves the station at 65 miles and hour, while the suspect probably spent 10 minutes drinking coffee" type scenarios. It's kind [...]

    21. I enjoyed this mystery novel very much. It starts with a double death that has every appearance of a "Love Suicide" so the Japanese Police are not inclined to investigate it very much. However, one detective in the small town where it happens, together with a detective from the Tokyo squad are not satisfied and the plot hangs on a government scandal and the ability to break down what at first appears to be an unshakable alibi. Much depends on knowledge of the train timetable, which reminded me o [...]

    22. "Sometimes a preconceived opinion will make us overlook the obvious."Great book. I recommend it if you are looking for a simple, classic mystery novel. The antiquated technology (ie telegrams!) made the novel even more endearing.

    23. not a bad book, but i prefer inspector imanishi investigates, which is more character-focused. points and lines is more puzzle-focused.

    24. Japan, a police investigation in Tokyo and neighbouring small towns, an engaging japanese detectivery nice little book :)

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