The Sound of the Mountain - The Sound of the Mountain and The Wings of the Locust Summary & Analysis

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The Sound of the Mountain and The Wings of the Locust Summary

This novel was originally published in Japan in 1954 in the author's native language. It was then translated and published in the United States in 1970.

The Sound of the Mountain.

Ogata Shingo has begun to notice that he forgets many simple things and that his son and secretary often have to give him subtle reminders. Shingo is married to Yasuko, a woman a year older than himself with whom he has two children, a boy and a girl, as well as two granddaughters from his daughter. Shingo finds himself growing annoyed with Yasuko at night because, as in the early years of their marriage, she has begun to snore. It often wakes Shingo in the night. Tonight Shingo wakes to her snoring and he...

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