To the Spring Equinox and Beyond

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C.E. Tuttle Co., Mar 15, 2005 - Fiction - 336 pages
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Legendary Japanese novelist Soseki Natsume dissects the human personality in all its complexity in this unforgettable narrative. Keitaro, a recent college graduate, lives a life intertwined with several other characters, each carrying their own emotional baggage. Romantic, practical, and philosophical themes enable Soseki to explore the very meaning of life.

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User Review  - Ben Winch - Goodreads

Soseki is my favourite Japanese author; apparently he is a favourite of the Japanese too. I could have chosen almost any of his later novels - I like them all just about equally: The Gate, Kokoro ... Read full review

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User Review  - Art - Goodreads

When the dust settles, what is a university degree really worth? How much should one read into a walking stick, and what should a young man do with his life anyway? Keitaro has graduation fatigue. He ... Read full review


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Soseki Natsume (1867-1916) is widely considered the foremost novelist of the Meiji period (1868-1914). Soseki wrote 14 novels including Inside my Glass Doors and I Am a Cat.

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