Posted by : Muhammad Jimmy Ramadhan Minggu, 11 Desember 2011

Post Original by R ダークネズミ Sagasano Jr

Musashi (宮本武蔵, Miyamoto Musashi?) is a Japanese novel written by Eiji Yoshikawa and serialized in 1935 in Asahi Shimbun.

It is a fictionalized account of the life of Miyamoto Musashi, author of The Book of Five Rings and perhaps the most renowned Japanese swordsman who ever lived.

The novel has been translated into English by Charles S. Terry, with a foreword by Edwin O. Reischauer. Published by Kodansha International ISBN 4-7700-1957-2.

The long epic (over 900 pages in the English version) comprises seven "books" detailing the exploits of Miyamoto Musashi,
beginning just after the battle of Sekigahara, following his journeys and the many people who become important in his life, and leading up to his climactic duel with Sasaki Kojiro on Ganryujima (Ganryu or Funa Island). Musashi becomes famous during the course of the novel as he searches for both perfection in swordsmanship and in consciousness. Innovating Japanese swordsmanship, he invents the style of simultaneously wielding both the katana and the wakizashi, something unheard of at that time in Japanese history.

Book 1 - Earth / Tanah
Book 2 - Water /Air
Book 3 - Fire /Api
Book 4 - Wind /Angin
Book 5 - Sky / Langit
Book 6 - Sun And Moon / Bulan dan Matahari
Book 7 - The Perfect Light / Cahaya Sempurna

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