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The Moon Over the Mountain: Stories by Atsushi Nakajima (1 star ratings)Ancient China is illustriously brought to life in these folk tales, legends, and stories of historical figures that routinely rank alongside such Japanese literary classics as “Rashomon” by Ryunosuke Akutagawa and Kokoro by Natsume Soseki. When they first appeared in Japanese periodicals in 1942 and 1943, they sparked a potentially rich and long career for author Atsushi Nakajima, who tragically died of asthma complicated by severe pneumonia shortly thereafter, but whose work has continued to grow in Japanese regard ever since. This collection marks the first time these works have been translated into English.
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Log in Sign up. It is painfully easy to define human beings. They are beings who, for no good reason at all, create their own unnecessary suffering. I believe that words uttered in passion contain a greater living truth than do those words which express thoughts rationally conceived. It is blood that moves the body. Words are not meant to stir the air only: they are capable of moving greater things.
Natsume Souseki is a mysterious figure in the BSD universe.
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He comes and goes, and his whereabouts are unknown. Rumor has it that his special ability is the most powerful of all , allowing him to see through anything. It was because he despised himself that he refused to accept openheartedly the intimacy of others. I have not it in me to help you forget it. You will have to look elsewhere for the consolation you seek.