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By 山冈庄八

作者:(日本)山冈庄八 译者:岳远坤 陈都伟

山冈庄八(1907-1978),日本著名历史小说家,著有《德川家康》、《织田信长》、《丰臣秀吉》、《伊达政宗》等,作品规模宏大,运笔细腻生动,代表了日本历史小说的最高成就。逝世后,因其杰出成就,被追授瑞宝勋章。
《德川家康》洋洋五百五十万言,将日本战国中后期织田信长、武田信玄、德川家康、丰臣秀吉等群雄并起的历史苍劲地铺展开来。在这样一个英雄辈出的时代,德川家康最终脱颖而出,结束战国烽烟,开启三百年太平盛世。作品展现了德川家康作为乱世终结者和盛世开创者丰满、曲折、传奇的一生,书中每一行每一页都充满着智慧与杀伐、谋略与权术、天道与玄机!它不仅成为商战兵法、政略宝典、兵家必备,更是不朽的励志传奇。
本书历时十八年始得完成,图书出版后,一时洛阳纸贵,掀起极大反响,日本前首相中曾根康弘要求日本内阁成员必读《德川家康》;经营之神、日本松下电器创建人松下幸之助要求松下员工必读《德川家康》;美国前驻日大使赖世和说:“要了解日本、超越日本,必须先了解德川家康。”著名史学家、作家柏杨先生则认为:“中国有两部书可以和<德川家康》相比,一是《资治通鉴》,一是《三国演义》。”

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Now wom en had tu rn e d into curly-headed shep­ herd boys. And so, one of them d ro p p ed into a b rief faint. Raised from the floor by h er mistress and waken­ ing from unconsciousness, she told h er ab o u t the tryst she was to have had with an officer at th at fateful hour. She had, however, been unable to ab­ sent herself from the u p p e r story. G lancing out of the window she saw the enam ored officer, forgetful of all caution an d p erh ap s unaw are th at he was standing u n d er the E m peror’s own window, making signs to h er from below.

He mocks the events as they take place, the “historical docu­ m en ts” supposedly recording them, the testimony of “witnesses,” and the diligent historians who place their trust in them. And all of it with tongue in xxii cheek, with consum m ate restraint, intelligence and taste. ” The scene in which this version is created is a small master­ piece in itself. Tynyanov’s characterizations are deft and brief, often achieved by an oblique, ironic thrust. Thus Bulgarin, slavish u p h o ld e r of the autocracy, traitor, flunkey and police informer, com m enting on Push­ kin soon after his d eath — “An empty vessel,” and “T here was no t much difference between us.

The Aide-de-Camp was silent for a moment. “Just out of foolishness,” he replied. “O rd e r an inquest. ” 23 9. And so began the life of Second Lieutenant Nants. When the clerk had copied the order, Second L ieutenant Nants was an error, a clerical slip, n o th ­ ing more. It might have gone unnoticed and would have drowned in a sea of papers. And, since the order was in no way remarkable, later historians would n o t even have troubled to reproduce it. The captious eye of Paul Petrovich extracted it, and with a firm h a n d invested it writh dubious life: the e rro r became a Lieutenant—without a face, but with a name.

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