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{{Infobox book| <!-- See Wikipedia:WikiProject_Novels or Wikipedia:WikiProject_Books -->
| name = The Temple of the Golden Pavilion
| title_orig = Kinkakuji ''金閣寺'
| translator = [[Ivan Morris]]
| image = Image:Temple of the Golden Pavilion.jpg
| caption = Cover of the first edition
| author = [[Yukio Mishima]]
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| country = Japan
| language = Japanese<br>English
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| publisher = [[Shinchosha]]
| release_date = [[1956 in literature|1956]]
| english_pub_date = 1959
| media_type = Print ([[Hardcover|Hardback]] & [[Paperback]])
| pages = 247 pp (Hardback edition)
| isbn = 1-85715-169-0
| isbn_note = (Hardback edition)
| oclc = 59908578
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{{nihongo|'''''The Temple of the Golden Pavilion'''''|金閣寺|Kinkaku-ji}} is a novel by the Japanese author [[Yukio Mishima]]. It was published in 1956 and translated into English by [[Ivan Morris]] in 1959.
 
The novel is loosely based on the burning of the Reliquary (or Golden Pavilion) of [[Kinkaku-ji]] in [[Kyoto]] by a young [[Buddhist]] acolyte in 1950. The pavilion, dating from before 1400, was a national monument that had been spared destruction many times throughout history, and the arson shocked Japan.
 
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'''Златни павиљон''' је роман јапанског аутора [[Јукио Мишима|Јукија Мишиме]]. Објављен је 1956. године и превео га је на енглески [[Иван Морис]] 1959. године.
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