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A Japanese love story written by Creator/YukioMishima and published in 1954, ''The Sound of Waves'' tells of a romance between the somewhat [[BookDumb dull]] yet hardworking Shinji and the beautiful Hatsue. NeedsABetterDescription.
A Japanese coming-of-age novel written by Creator/YukioMishima and published in 1954, ''The Sound of Waves'' is the story of [[BookDumb dull]] yet hardworking Shinji, who lives with his widowed mother and younger brother in a small fishing village. He lives a simple but happy life until meeting the beautiful Hatsue, daughter of the village's wealthiest and most respected businessman. The two fall in love, but complications, rivals and ugly rumors about the young couple conspire to tear them apart. More than a simple love story, ''The Sound of Waves'' is a snapshot of Japanese life and culture that details the everyday lives of simple people and the challenges brought about by inevitable change. We get to see the central character, Shinji, grow and mature from a guileless youth to a responsible young man who is willing to risk everything for a chance at happiness.
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