Grass For My Pillow by Saiichi Maruya PDF

By Saiichi Maruya

ISBN-10: 0231126581

ISBN-13: 9780231126588

First released in jap in 1966, the debut novel of the severely acclaimed writer of Singular Rebellion is an strange portrait of a deeply taboo topic in twentieth-century eastern society: resistance to the draft in global warfare II. In 1940 Shokichi Hamada is a conscientious objector who dodges army carrier through easily disappearing from society, taking to the rustic as an itinerant peddler by way of the identify of Sugiura till the top of the conflict in 1945. In 1965, Hamada works as a clerk at a conservative collage, his battle resistance a gloomy mystery of the prior that present-day occasions strength into the sunshine, confronting him with unforeseen effects of his refusal to comply 20 years earlier.

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1967, 71, 856; see also refs. 49 and 526. 66 D. A. Kohl and L. S . Bartell, J. Chem. , 1969, 51, 2891, 2896. 61 (a) L. S. Theory and Accuracy 29 r , may here be the vector from an arbitrary origin to the m'th nucleus. The three last terms in equation (57) are thus nucleus-nucleus, electron-nucleus, and electron-electron contributions respectively. The elastically scattered intensity may be written where E(r) = r2 s p (r') [ s p ( r + r') dQ] dT/ (60) Dm(r), P(r), and E(r) may be obtained by MO calculations, and the theoretical intensity functions (57) or (59) may be compared with the corresponding experimental functions.

P. 2698; ( d ) S. P. Arnesen and H. M. , p. 2711; (e) L. S. Bartell and J. E . Jacob, J. Chem. , 1970, 53, 2231 ;cf) G . Gundersen and K. Hedberg, unpublished results for TeF,. I. L. K a l e and J . Karle, J. Chem. , 1950, 18, 963. (a) J. A. Hoerni, Phys. , 1956, 102, 1530; (b) A. C. Yates and A. Tenney, Phys. Rev. (A), 1972, 5, 2474. *O Various approaches have been chosen. Bonham and co-workers base the discussion on the Born series, Bartell and Wong use a partial wave expansion modified to handle systems without spherical symmetry, and Yates uses the theory developed in ref.

J. Anzer. Chem. ,1964, 86, 3493; (e) C. Tavard, D. Nicolas, and M. Rouault, J . Chim. , 1967, 64, 541; (f) D. T. Cromes and J. €3. Mann, J. Chem. , 1967, 47, 1892; (8)D. T. , 1969, 50, 4857; see also ref. 15g. l8 S. J. Cyvin, 'Molecular Vibrations and Mean Square Amplitudes', Universitetsforlaget, Oslo, and Elsevier, Amsterdam, 1968. l7 13 Theory and Accuracy where hih) = I0 1 if2r> lftl Ihlcos ( T i - 75) exp(-h215 s2) (26) Using the two first terms in (24) and the approximation the result is It has been shownlg that if a distance distribution corresponding to the ground state of the Morse oscillator is used for Pi&), the expression (27) is to a first approximation replaced by K~~ which may be called the asymmetry constant, is related to the constant a in the Morse potential and to the mean amplitude.

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