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The Tale Of Genji (The Tale of Genji Kodansha Bilingual Comics)

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Paperback, 190 pages
Published March 8th 2001 by Kodansha America (first published February 28th 2001)
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Great bilingual manga version of the Tale of Genji. Great for both the history in the book and for learning the language. The art is very beautiful.
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She is most famous for Asakiyumemishi, her adaptation of the Tale of Genji.

At one time, she formed some sort of association with IGARASHI Yumiko and TADATSU Youko. These three were also instrumental in revitalizing shoujo manga, but unlike the Year 24 Group, they are known for more traditional stories of love and romance.
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