The Tower Of London: Tales Of Victorian London

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Peter Owen Limited, 1997 - Fiction - 240 pages
Soseki's acutely observed recollections of his unique experience as a Japanese scholar in Victorian London. The spectacle of a Japanese visitor to Victorian London was a rare one, and Natusme Soseki's observations contain unique snaptshots of London life. This new translation provides the perfect introduction to the work of one of the world's greatest authors, accompanied for the first time with a comprehensive critical introduction, and a wry fictional account of a meeting between Soseki and Sherlock Holmes.

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List of Illustrations
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A Brief Biography ofNatsume Soseki
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Letter from London
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Copyright

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Natsume Soseki is Japan's most revered writer, whose works continue to attract vast quantities of critical scrutiny and debate. His influence, both on contemporary Japanese authors and throughout East Asia and beyond, has been immense.

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