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Yuki Onna and Her Gaijin Lover

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Yuki is smart and sweet. She'd make a perfect wife and mother. She's so beautiful that men can't keep their eyes off of her. She's everything Charles could want, and the only thing she wanted was Charles. But as Charles's friend Richard and his students watch the love story unfold, they can't help but notice the striking similarities between Yuki and a ghost from a famous ...more
Paperback, 38 pages
Published July 15th 2013 by Createspace
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Nov 26, 2014 Yuki-o added it
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3.village,snowstorm,awful, breath,dead,traveling,ice

4a.Yukionanna stood up Minokichi. She screamed into his face, It was I was that woman !!!

4b.The woman who Minokichi loves killed his father, but Minokichi haven't known it. I think this fact is very sad for him.

5.I read Yukionna for the first time.This story has some interesting points like 4a sentence. I wish this situation didn't happened to me in the future.
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Larry Knipfing was born on Long Island, New York, in 1958 and has made Japan his home since 1980. Most of his writing has centered on things Japanese. "Horace", "The Shunga Tales", and "Crow, the King of Sumo" are the first of a series of fiction pieces that he will release in 2012. He has also written a collection of short stories, "The Shyest Man in Japan". He is interested in exploring the ...more
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