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Zur Sprache: ich habe das Buch im Original gelesen. Sie zeigen meisten in einer unglaublichen Tiefe und Frabenpracht asiatische Kulturen zu verschiedenen Epochen.
So auch Shogun. Blackthorne slowly builds up his Japanese-language skills and gains an understanding of the Japanese and their culture, eventually learning to respect it.
The Japanese, in turn, are torn over Blackthorne's presence as he is an outsider and a leader of a disgracefully filthy and uncouth rabble , but also a formidable sailor and navigator with extensive knowledge of the world.
As such, he is both beneath contempt and incalculably valuable. A turning point is Blackthorne's attempt at seppuku.
The Japanese prevent this attempt as Blackthorne is worth more alive , but they also come to respect him for his knowledge and attempts to assimilate to their culture.
When he also rescues Toranaga in an earthquake, he is granted the status of samurai and hatamoto — a high-status vassal similar to a retainer, with the right of direct audience.
As they spend more time together, Blackthorne comes to deeply admire both Toranaga and specifically Mariko, and they secretly become lovers.
Eventually, he visits the survivors of his original crew in Yedo , and is astonished at how far he has ventured from the standard 'European' way of life which he now sees to be filthy, vulgar, and ignorant , and he is actually disgusted by them.
Blackthorne's plans to attack the 'Black Ship' are also complicated by his respect and friendship for his Portuguese colleague, Rodrigues, who is now to pilot the vessel.
He returns to Osaka by sea with his crew and with samurai granted to him by Toranaga. Unforeseen by Toranaga, a replacement regent has also been chosen.
Ishido hopes to lure or force Toranaga into the castle and, when all the regents are present, obtain from them an order for Toranaga to commit seppuku.
At the castle, Mariko defies Ishido and forces him to either dishonor himself by admitting to holding the Samurai families as hostages or to back down and let them leave.
When Mariko tries to fulfill Toranaga's orders and to leave the castle, a battle ensues between Ishido's samurai and her escort, until she is forced to return.
However, she states that she is disgraced and will commit suicide. As she is about to do so, Ishido gives her the papers to leave the castle on the next day.
But that night, a group of ninja that Ishido has hired, aided by Yabu, slips into Toranaga's section of the castle to kidnap Mariko.
However, she and Blackthorne and the other ladies of Toranaga's "court", escape into a locked room. As the ninja prepare to blow the door open Mariko stands against the door and is killed by the explosion.
After her cremation, Ishido lets the hostages leave the castle, seriously reducing his control over them. Blackthorne then discovers that his ship has been burned, ruining his chances of attacking the Black Ship and gaining riches and also sailing home to England.
However, Mariko has left him some money and Toranaga provides him with men to start building a new ship. Toranaga orders Yabu — who he learns had helped the attack in Osaka with the aim of being on the winning side — to commit seppuku for his treachery.
Yabu complies, giving his prized katana to Blackthorne. He then encourages Blackthorne to build another ship. It is Blackthorne's karma to never leave Japan; and Mariko's karma to die for her lord, and for Toranaga to become eventually shogun, with absolute power.
In a brief epilogue after the final Battle of Sekigahara, Ishido is captured alive and Toranaga has him buried up to his neck. The novel states that "Ishido lingered three days and died very old".
Many of the characters in the novel are based on their real-life counterparts: [ citation needed ]. Clavell stated that reading a sentence in his daughter's textbook that stated that "in , an Englishman went to Japan and became a samurai" inspired the novel.
He achieved high status managing commercial activities for Tokugawa's shogunate, though much of the interaction between the various characters in the novel was invented.
The first draft was 2, pages and Clavell cut it down to 1, with the help of his editor, German Gollob.
The main theme of the novel is the precarious peace of Japan in , a nation consumed by endless civil war and political machinations.
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