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In the silence absence makes

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Published by Guernica in Toronto, Buffalo .
Written in English

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Edition Notes

StatementHalli Villegas.
SeriesEssential poets series ;, 129
LC ClassificationsPR9199.4.V55 I5 2004
The Physical Object
Pagination59 p. ;
Number of Pages59
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL3699015M
ISBN 101550711989
LC Control Number2003114599

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Kichijiro in Silence. By Shusaku Endo. Kichijiro. He's a tricky one, old Kichijiro. On the one hand, this dude proves himself to be utterly unreliable and untrustworthy from day one. On the other hand, there's something about him that's deeply sympathetic, especially when you really put yourself in his shoes. In this way, the novel suggests that a person’s (or animal’s) absence can also be a kind of presence, just as silence can be a kind of language, and that as much as we try to deny and repress pain, it will inevitably surface in some form or other. Definition of absence makes the heart grow fonder in the Idioms Dictionary. absence makes the heart grow fonder phrase. What does absence makes the heart grow fonder expression mean? Definitions by the largest Idiom Dictionary. Absence makes the heart grow fonder - Idioms by The Free Dictionary.   I will say without reservation that Silence has already become one of my favorite movies, and is likely to remain in that position for a long time (right behind Calvary – which is amazing). Part of this is because it magnificently adapts Shusaku Endo’s book, Silence – which has become one of my favorite novels of all times. Honestly, though, this is one of the first times I’ve loved a.