GUNZO


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GUNZOGuns Only (gaming)
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It is a Cluny story of how the abbot of the monastery of Baume, Gunzo, persuaded Abbot Hugh to enlarge and rebuild the church at Cluny.
The discovery of the Ezekiel figure in the story of Gunzo and Hugh's rebuilding of the Cluny templum is more than a pious curiosity and suggests that more is at work than simply another instance of medieval typology.
Before a writer's book is published, she is lucky if her short stories or novellas are run in literary magazines such as Shincho, Bungakkai, Gunzo or Subaru.
No time to remember your trip with Dad to Gunzo's on Labor Day weekend two years ago, the August before your freshman year, when you still had prospects--and, you thought, a promise--of starring on the varsity team, even if it was just D3, of playing for John Harrington, the Big Show, member of the '80s gold medal team.
Her first story, "Missing Heels," won the Gunzo Prize for new Japanese writers in 1991.
In 1982 he won the Gunzo Literary Award for First Novels for his Sayonara Gyangu Tachi (Good-bye Gangsters).
His debut novel, Hear the Wind Sing (1979), had won the prestigious Gunzo Newcomers Award and captured the hearts of readers with its quirky characters Rat and J, lively language, and bittersweet portrayal of the collapse of the radical student movement after 1969.
In the 1990s she won many literary awards in both Germany and Japan, including the Forderpreis fur Literatur des Freien und Hansestadt Hamburg 0990), the Albert-con-Chamisso Prize 0996), the Gunzo Prize for New Writers (1991), and the Akutagawa Prize (1993).
(6) Aside from Shibata's analysis, Japanese critics such as Matsubara Shin'ichi, insofar as they discuss this story at all, have mainly praised Oe's ability to create an imaginative world (Gunzo, 1995, 107), focusing on his vivid description of the pastoral landscape in which the group of children and the soldier ostensibly and briefly live in harmony with nature.
(11) "Oe Kenzaburo ni okeru sei no imi" (The Meaning of Sex for Oe Kenzaburo), in Gunzo Nihon no Sakka 23, Oe Kenzaburo, Tokyo, Shogakkan, 1992, pp.
In 1976 Murakami Ryu won the Akutagawa Prize and the Gunzo Prize for New Writers for his Kagirinaku tomei ni chikai buru (Almost Transparent Blue; 1977), which he himself later made into a film.