Paperback | English
26 November, 2009
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Natsume Soseki (1867-1916) is often considered the greatest modern Japanese novelist. In 1900, his government sent him to England for two years as 'Japan's first Japanese English literary scholar', but he had a miserable time there. Returning to Japan, he wrote his greatest novels, including Botchan, Sanshiro and Kokoro, as well as essays, haiku, and kanshi.
|Number Of Pages||288|
|Item Weight||213 g|
|Product Dimensions||129 x 198 x 17 mm|
|Publisher||Penguin Books Ltd|