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Botchan

Natsume Sōseki

Translator Yasotaro Morri

Publisher: Charles River Editors

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Summary

Botchan, written by Natsume Soseki in 1906, is one of the most popular Japanese novels.  The book centers around the serious topic of morality but has a fair share of humor as well.  This edition includes a table of contents.

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