Recommendation Anime from Moonlight Summoner to the Anime Readers. You can get the overview of the respective anime from outdated to latest and vice-verse. Hope you enjoy it! (^.^). Feel free to link: moonlightsummoneranimelyrics.blogspot.com for listening and sing-a-long the respective Anime Songs.
Wednesday, 16 July 2014
Blue Literature Series 青い文学シリーズ (Aoi Bungaku Series)
An animated adaptation of six classical
Japanese literature pieces:-
* No Longer Human, by Osamu Dazai (episode 1–4): The
path of a man with intense feelings of alienation towards society and the
feeling of "humanity".
* Sakura no Mori no Mankai no Shita, by Ango Sakaguchi (episode
5–6): A forest bandit finds a beautiful maiden in the forest and takes her to
be his wife, but she is more than she seems to be.
* Kokoro, by Natsume Soseki (episode 7–8): A young man lives in Tokyo as a renter with a
widow and her daughter. He invites his childhood friend, a monk, to come live
with him, hoping to help him. When the monk falls in love with the widow's
daughter, it drives a rift between them. The story is narrated from two points
of view, the man's and the monk's.
* Run, Melos!, by Osamu Dazai (episode 9–10): A
playwright writes a play based on the story "Run, Melos",
and deals with his own feelings of betrayal towards his childhood friend.
* The Spider's Thread, by Ryūnosuke Akutagawa (episode
11): Kandata, a cruel and evil bandit is executed and lands in hell. The one
good thing he had done in his life was to not kill a spider he met in the city.
The spider drops him a thread to climb up into heaven. His elation is
short-lived, however, as he realizes that others have started climbing the
thread behind him.
* Hell Screen, by Ryūnosuke Akutagawa (episode 12):
Yoshihide, the greatest painter in the country, is commissioned to draw his
greatest work, an image of the king's country inside his mausoleum. In the
despotic king's realm, Yoshihide can see nothing but the suffering of the
commoners. He decides to make his last work a tribute to the country as it