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Natsume Soseki

(1867-1916)

Japanese Author
The Charles Dickens of Japan

In 1914, when Soseki wrote Kokoro, two years before his death and two years after the death of Emperor Meiji, he was a well established novelist, at the peak of his career.

Kokoro, like most of Soseki's works, is reflecting his concern with man's loneliness in the modern world.


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Japanese Authors:  Soseki

Other Authors of Fiction genre:
Adams Austen Balzac Bronte Bronte
Cather Collins Crane Dickens Dostoevsky
Forster Gaskell Gilman Hardy Hawthorne
Hugo Irving James Jerome Kipling
Lawrence Lewis Mann Scott Fitzgerald Somerset Maugham  Thackeray Tolstoy Walpole Wells
West Wharton Zola

Kokoro is Soseki's greatest novel.
The Japanese word "kokoro" has been rendered best by Lafcadio Hearn as "the heart of things".

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