Shimei Futabatei





Shimei Futabatei


Born
in Tokyo, Japan
February 28, 1864

Died
May 10, 1909

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Futabatei Shimei (二葉亭 四迷) was a Japanese author, translator, and literary critic. Born Hasegawa Tatsunosuke (長谷川 辰之助) in Edo (now Tokyo), Futabatei's works are in the realist style popular in the mid- to late-19th century. His work Ukigumo (Floating Clouds, 1887) is widely hailed as Japan's first modern novel.

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Japan's First Modern Novel,...

3.38 avg rating — 53 ratings — published 1887 — 8 editions
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An adopted husband

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Mediocrità

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Všednost

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Dva z Tókja

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Ukigumo Aibiki Heibon Hoka

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Yuigonjo izoku zengosaku

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Shosetsu soron

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Yo ga genbun itchi no yurai

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Yo ga hansei no zange

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