[b]A CHANGING NATION[/b]The Meiji period (1867 - 1912) saw the important formative years of modern Japan unfold. Contemporary author, Soseki Natsume, wrote a book entitled [i]Botchan[/i] based on his experiences in this fast-changing world. [i]The times of Botchan[/i] is a fictionalized account of Natsume and his circle of poets and writers, peppered with events and famous characters of the time. This, the fourth of ten volumes, focuses on the relationship between Army Medical Officer and poet, ï¿½gai Mori and the German dancer Elise Weigert - Autumn's Ballerina - and the strains placed on it by Japanese society.Other titles in the series:[i]The Times of Botchan[/i]: 1:978-84-96427-01-3 2:978-84-96427-09-9 3:978-84-96427-12-9
[b]Natsuo Sekikawa[/b] was born in November, 1949. Mostly an historian and essayist he collaborated with [b]Jiro Taniguchi[/b] from 1976 - 79 writing hard boiled stories like [i]Lindo 3[/i]. They followed this up in the 1980's with the award winning series [i]Botchan No Jidai[/i]. [b]Jiro Taniguchi[/b] was born in Tottori, Japan in 1947.
Jiro Taniguchi was born in 1947 in Tottori, Japan. Since his debut in manga in 1971 he has produced an enormous body of work much of it based in the "great outdoors".
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