By Mark B Williams
Finish? Sh?saka is without doubt one of the most generally translated of all eastern authors. during this first significant examine of End?'s works, Mark Williams strikes the dialogue on from the well-worn depictions of finish? because the 'Japanese Graham Greene', and areas him in his personal political and cultural context.
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The commitment was shared by Endo, whose determination to fathom the psychology of his characters is, with the arguable exception of Shimao Toshio’s portraits of his protagonists struggling to come to terms with the concept of the previously unconscionable ‘future’ following his aborted kamikaze mission, unrivalled within the group. 6 27 TOWARDS RECONCILIATION The portrayal is of the individual as representing an amalgam of conflicting forces, the implicit challenge to Endo, as author, being the need to seek a literary reconciliation of the conscious and unconscious elements within human nature.
There was, however, another generation of writers, that which would subsequently be labelled as the Daisan no shinjin, whose literary productions in the aftermath of war stood in stark contrast to the above responses. 64 There was, however, one other latecomer to this grouping, Endo Shusaku, whose delayed assimilation into the coterie was in part attributable, as we shall see, to his physical absence from the Tokyo literary scene during the group’s formative years. The typical Daisan no shinjin member was only a few years younger than the sengoha affiliates.
Their concerns in the immediate post-war period were, in short, those addressed in the so-called shutaisei debate concerning the role of the reconstituted individual in the democratic society that occurred between 1947–8. 66 The sense of rootlessness experienced by this generation has been meticulously documented by Van Gessel. Disturbed by their own feelings of ambivalence and consequently unable to apply themselves wholeheartedly to the task of reconstruction being pursued, so assiduously and conspicuously, by their peers in the economic sector, they chose, whether consciously or not, to shift the focus back to the mundane events of their own small worlds.