伊豆の踊り子、他 (英文版) ― The Izu Dancer (タトルクラシックス ) 単行本（ソフトカバー） – 2004/10/1
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Yasunari Kawabata (1899-1972) was born in Osaka, the son of a wealthy and prominent physician, but was raised in the country by his grandfather after his parents’ early deaths. As a youth he seemed destined to be a painter, and his rich visualization formed the heart of his writing. After his graduation from Tokyo Imperial University in 1924, he quickly went to the forefront of modern Japanese writing and after the war built an immense international literary reputation, capped in 1968 with the Nobel Prize in literature. He died by his own hand.
Yasushi Inoue (1907-1991), best known for his historical fiction, is widely recognized as one of Japan’s greatest modern novelists. He was honored as a “Living National Treasure.” Inoue graduated from Kyoto University in 1936, and had a fascination with China and its history because of his military service in northern China in 1937. One of his first works, The Hunting Gun, won the Akutagawa Prize, and later works received the Ministry of Education Prize and the Mainichi Press Prize.
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