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Book Review: Vita Sexualis (Tuttle Classics) by Ogai Mori

Despite its title, Vita Sexualis is more a novel about inhibition and observation than exploration. Read More »

Book Review: The Wild Geese (Tuttle Classics) by Ogai Mori

The Wild Geese is a spare, yet intricate, read. Read More »

Book Review: The Three-Cornered World by Natsume Soseki

Not bad, but disappointing when you know the ways in which it could have been better. Read More »

Book Review: Sanshiro (Penguin Classics) by Natsume Soseki

Sanshiro is both a warm and humorous work, coupled with moments of societal insights and depth. Read More »

Book Review: Botchan (Tuttle Classics) by Soseki Natsume

Soseki appears to be one of those writers who translates well no matter who is doing the translating. Read More »

Book Review: I Am a Cat by Soseki Natsume

I Am a Cat is a criticism of conformity, academia, authority and humanity from a source outside ourselves. Read More »