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CHARACTERS á 寡黙な死骸 みだらな弔い An aspiring writer moves into a new apartment and discovers that her landlady has murdered her husband Elsewhere an accomplished surgeon is approached by a cabaret singer whose beautiful appearance belies the grotesue condition of her heart And while th. Yoko Ogawa has made a name for herself as a writer who can unsettle her readers with her precise detailed impassive prose Two of her previously published books Hotel Iris A Novel and The Diving Pool Three Novellas introduce themes of unsettled families unhealthy relationships between characters and food and sado masochism Another of her novels The Housekeeper and the Professor is a much gentler story showing Ogawa s range as a writer In Revenge Stories Ogawa revisits her earlier themes in an elegantly macabre collection of eleven linked stories Ogawa slowly and exuisitely shows her readers the perverse side of human relationships almost as if she s moving a log to show us what is crawling underneath In many ways her stories are all the effective and terrifying because of their bland settings They could be taking place in Japan or the US For all you know they are unfolding right next door to youMy longer review which was posted at the California Literary Review is included belowYoko Ogawa is a household name in Japan She has published over 20 books short story collections novels and works of non fiction She has won five prestigious literary awards in Japan and in 2008 was awarded the Shirley Jackson Award for The Diving Pool a novella contained in the collection The Diving Pool Only four of her works have been translated into English Her most recent short story collection Revenge is likely to garner her attention from English speaking fans of literary fiction Japanese fiction and horror alike The collection has been described repeatedly as Japanese Gothic a label which captures some of the atmosphere of ominous mystery in the stories but which fails to convey the sense of almost sterile anonymity of her characters or the precision with which Ogawa slowly builds a sense of horror to a crescendo by the precise description and accrual of detail after detail Ogawa begins by showing her readers the apparently boring normal face of human society and then slowly lets this face of normality slide back to reveal decomposition death and emptinessOgawa is masterful at depicting a seemingly normal scene with a tinge of fear that all may not be as bland and routine as it first appears She establishes this atmosphere in the opening paragraphs of the first story Afternoon at the Bakery It was a beautiful Sunday The sky was a cloudless dome of sunlight Out on the suare leaves fluttered in a gentle breeze along the pavement Everything seemed to glimmer with a faint luminescence the roof of the ice cream stand the faucet on the drinking fountain the eyes of a stray cat even the base of the clock tower covered with pigeon droppingsFamilies and tourists strolled through the suare enjoying the weekend Sueaky sounds could be heard from a man off in the corner who was twisting balloon animals A circle of children watched him entranced Nearby a woman sat on a bench knitting Somewhere a car horn sounded A flock of pigeons burst into the air and startled a baby who began to cry The mother hurried over to gather the child in her armsYou could gaze at this perfect picture all day an afternoon bathed in light and comfort and perhaps never notice a single detail out of place or missingAs in Ogawa s other writing such as The Diving Pool food becomes a focus for displaced love but holds within it not a substitute for human affection and closeness but excess without the possibility of satiety In Fruit Juice the narrator is invited by a classmate to have dinner in a French restaurant with her and her father whom she has never met before After the dinner the two classmates come across an abandoned post office They break in to find it filled with kiwis Indeed they were kiwis just like the ones they sell at the grocery store But the scene before us was grotesue and dizzying We moved slowly into the room which was cluttered with shelves and desks and cardboard boxes A pencil sharpener a red ink pad and a dusty scale sat on the counter But the rest of the space was filled with kiwis enormous heaps of them The air was both sweet and sour She reached down to pick up a piece of fruit I watched afraid she might disturb the pile and bring it tumbling down on usThe kiwi was perfect not a bruise or a blemish anywhere Don t they look delicious she said gazing at the mountain of fruit More than you could ever eat Then she bit into the one in her hand I could hear her teeth sink into the fleshFor a long time she stood there eating kiwis one after another She consumed them like a starving child dizzy with hunger Her carefully ironed blouse and her beautiful hands grew sticky I could only watch and wait until she ate through her sadnessOgawa changes narrators from story to story but they all share a sense of isolation and displacement from their surroundings and fellow characters In the third story in the collection Old Mrs J the narrator describes her peculiar relationship with her landlady The apartment is located on the top of a hill with an idyllic view of the town below The hill is covered with fruit trees including kiwis The kiwis in particular grew so thick that on moonlit nights when the wind was blowing the whole hillside would tremble as though covered with a swarm of dark green bats At times I found myself thinking they might fly away at any moment Mrs J is even unsettling than the kiwis as she makes freuent visits to the narrator s apartment carrying gifts from her garden that grow and peculiar Look at this Mrs J called as she came barging into my apartment one day What is it I asked I was in the kitchen making potato salad for dinner A carrot she said holding it up with obvious pride But what a strange shape I said pausing over the potatoes It was indeed odd a carrot in the shape of a handIt was plump like a baby s hand and perfectly formed five fingers with a thick thumb and a longer finger in the middle The greens looked like a scrap of lace decorating the wrist I d like you to have it Mrs J saidAs the story continues the narrator feels ever trapped by her proximity to Mrs J perplexed by her landlady s increasingly odd behavior and unsettled by the carrot hands that proliferate in Mrs J s gardenAs the collection continues the details in Ogawa s stories become even macabre In several stories a Museum of Torture figures prominently The collection of torture implements all which the caretaker swears have been used is held in a mansion where dining room tables and overstuffed armchairs share their space with chains stocks and other torture devices Ogawa sets the scene in the following passage from Welcome to the Museum of Torture We were standing in the living room The furniture included a pair of couches a claw foot cabinet a long narrow table like something from a church a rocking chair and a record cabinet There was a real wood burning fireplace at the end of the roomIt was a fancy room for a rich man the kind of place I d like to live in myself But there was one strange thing about it every bare space was covered with some devise for tortureThey were crammed in the cabinet and lined up on the table stacked in the bay window on the mantel under the chairs behind the curtains Even hanging on the wallsAt this late stage in Revenge Ogawa has moved horror directly into a home The characters do not have to break into an abandoned post office or dig in a garden to find the macabre It is on display in plain sight used just as a table or a chair or a record playerThroughout Revenge Ogawa s techniue of linking her stories together first by small details for example a bakery selling strawberry shortcakes makes several appearances and later by subseuent revisiting of characters and places provides an additional sense of growing tension and fear As the perspective and point of view change from story to story the reader feels ground shifting constantly The result is a collection that is unsettling destabilizing and alienating written with a spare elegance that makes Ogawa s 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