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I Am a Cat

I Am a Cat

2001 ·
·3.71·4,540 Ratings ·480 Pages
“ Come let us be friends for once. Let us make life easy on us. Let us be loved ones and lovers. The earth shall be left to no one. ” ― Yunus Emre
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    ·3.91·488 Ratings
    And Then, ranked as one of Soseki Natsume's most insightful and stirring novels, tells the story of Daisuke, a young Japanese man struggling with his personal purpose and identity, as well as the changing social landscape of Meiji-era Japan. As Japan ente
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    ·3.84·108 Ratings
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    ·3.91·808 Ratings
    "An artist abandons city life to wander into the mountains to meditate, but when he decides to stay at a near-deserted inn he soon finds himself drawn to the daughter of the innkeeper. This strange and beautiful woman is rumoured to have abandoned her hus
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    ·3.95·605 Ratings
    One of the central masterpieces of 20th-century Japanese literature, The Gate describes the everyday world of the humble clerk Sosuke and his wife Oyone, living in quiet obscurity in a house at the bottom of a cliff. Seemingly cursed with the inability to
  • Light and Darkness

    ·3.79·103 Ratings
    Published in 1917, "Light and Dark" is unlike any of Natsume Soseki's previous works and unique in Japanese fiction of the period. What distinguishes the novel as "modern" is its remarkable representation of interiority. The protagonists, Tsuda Yoshio, th
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    ·3.97·267 Ratings
    Written in 1908, this absurdist novel about the indeterminate nature of human personality anticipates the work of Joyce and Beckett. Almost devoid of plot and characterization, it unfolds within the mind of the protagonist. His ruminatations constitute th
  • Wayfarer

    ·3.84·101 Ratings
    A strange relationship develops between Ichiro, his wife Onao, and his brother Jiro as a result of Ichiro's and Onao's incompatibility.
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