[Rental] Uncle Long Legs (Shincho Bunko)
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"You know the English translation of the lost child." A fresh and eternal masterpiece that makes you feel fresh no matter how many times you read it. The first chapter of the first half of the trilogy, which continues from "And Then" and "The Gate". After graduating from high school in Kumamoto, Sanshiro Ogawa enters a university in Tokyo.In a world where everything he sees and hears is new, he meets Mineko Satomi, a free-spirited urban woman, and is strongly attracted to her. I'm going to die... The anxieties and bewilderments that everyone experiences in adolescence, such as academics, friendships, and love, are depicted in the process from Sanshiro's romance to heartbreak, forming the overture to the trilogy that follows "Sorekara" and "Mon." It is a work. Detailed commentary and commentary on terminology, historical background, etc. are attached. from the text The woman who sent me to the ticket gate, "I've caused you a lot of trouble, so let's be in a good mood," he bowed politely. With his leather bag and umbrella in one hand, Sanshirō picked up the old hat with his free hand and said, "Goodbye," he said. The woman was staring at his face. However, after a while, it calmed down, ``You're a little heartless, aren't you?'' he said with a smirk. Sanshirō felt as if he had been thrown onto the platform and form. When I got inside the car, my ears started to heat up even more. …… (page 14 of this book) Natsume Soseki (1867-1916) Born in 1867 (Keio 3) in Ushigome Babashita, Edo (now Kikui-cho, Shinjuku-ku). Graduated from Imperial University, Department of English. He taught English at Matsuyama Junior High School and Fifth High School, and went to study in England. It is said that he suffered from extreme neurosis while studying abroad. After returning to Japan, he taught at First High School and the University of Tokyo. In 1905 (Meiji 38), he published "I am a cat" and it became very popular. In the following year, he released popular works such as "Botchan" and "Kusamakura". In 1907, he quit the University of Tokyo and joined a newspaper company to devote himself to writing. He wrote many masterpieces that shined in the history of Japanese literature, such as "Sanshiro", "Sorekara", "Gyōnin", and "Kokoro". While writing his last masterpiece, "Light and Darkness," his stomach ulcer worsened and he passed away. 50 years old.
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Categories: Books, For children, For elementary and middle school students, For upper elementary school students, For junior high school students and above, Restocked in August 2023*Book rental period is 4 weeks. Please pick up the item within 5 days after placing the order. Rental days are calculated from the date of receipt.