Turnbull, A., 2002, Spring snow – a translation. London: Bookworks

A visual translation of Yukio Mishima’s Spring Snow: the sea of fertility.

Spring snow - a translation

Beginning with an English edition of the novel, Alison Turnbull translated Mishimas’s descriptive text into a sparse, visual narrative, ordering over 600 references to colours as they appear in the book. As an introduction, Tony White also wrote a fictional account of its publication.

Spring snow - a translation

Bowie, D., 2012 ‘Where are we now?’ On The Next Day (CD). New York: RCA

Griffiths, N., 2007 Book of balance: a year’s journey through the eight celtic festivals; volume one: Imbolc, vernal equinox, Beltain, summer solstice. Gwynedd: Hafod Press

Mishima, Y., 1999 Spring snow (the sea of fertility). New edition. London: Vintage Classics

Nicholson, M., 2007 Seasonal range: spring breeze. London: Ensixteen Editions

Turnbull, A., 2002 Spring snow – a translation. London: Bookworks

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