Gauche the Cellist
1934 short story by Kenji Miyazawa / From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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Gauche the Cellist (セロ弾きのゴーシュ, Sero Hiki no Gōshu, also transliterated Gorsch the Cellist or Goshu the Cellist) is a short story by the Japanese author Kenji Miyazawa. It is about Gauche, a struggling small-town cellist who is inspired by his interactions with anthropomorphized animals to gain insight into music. The story has been translated into English, Italian and Spanish, and was adapted into a critically acclaimed animated film in 1982 by Isao Takahata. It had previously been adapted to the screen several times.
1934 short story by Kenji Miyazawa
|Original title||セロ弾きのゴーシュ Sero Hiki no Gōshu|
|Genre||Fantastic, Juvenile, Philosophical, Parable|
Published in English