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Other novels followed, including "Forbidden Colors," 1953, "The Temple of the Golden Pavilion," 1959 and "Sun and Steel," 1968.
Mishima also wrote numerous plays, including the famous "Madame de Sade" as well as works for the Kabuki Theater and modern Noh drama.
In his greatest work, "The Sea of Fertility," 1969-1971, he used the image of the barren "seas" of the moon to capture the sterility of contemporary Japan.
These four novels are considered to be his masterwork, depicting together a portrait of Japanese life from 1912 to 1970.
In accordance with tradition, one of his disciples - Morita, who was said to be Mishima's lover - decapitated his master with his sword.
Link to Wikipedia biography Sy Scholfield quotes his birth date and place from various biographies and his Official Museum Website . 5) "On the morning of January 4, 1925, my mother was attacked by labor pains.
He took the Buddhist name of Shobuin Bunkan Koi Koji (Buddhist Lay Spirit of Literature and Martial Arts, Mirror of Culture.) On 6/11/1958 he married Yoko Sugiyama, a student of English at Nihon Woman's College and the eldest daughter of the Japanese painter Yasushi Sugiyama.
A ceremony for the arranged marriage was held at the International Cultural Hall at Tokyo.
They had a daughter, Noriko, on 6/02/1959 and a son, Iichiro, on 5/02/1962.
Life magazine called him "the Japanese Hemingway." The first child of a high level civil servant, Mishima was taken from his mother by his grandmother and raised by her on the first floor of the family home, only allowed to be with his mother when she fed him.
The grandmother kept her grandson by her side at all times.
Mishima Yukio was the most important writer of post war Japan.