Botchan

The classic novel by Natsume Soseki in a revitalizing new translation.

When our hero takes a teaching job in the sticks, he assumes it will be all delicious dango, baths at the local onsen, and some light teaching. Soon he is entangled in the webs of various schemers. He must literally fight his way back to Tokyo if he wants to survive to see his adoptive mother again!

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Published by Ray Ontko
Words: 52,500
Language: English
ISBN: 9781102468455
About Matt Treyvaud

The following was taken from neojaponisme.com (http://neojaponisme.com/category-about/staff/):

Matt Treyvaud is a writer and translator living near Kamakura. Born in Australia, he studied linguistics and literature at the University of Melbourne and then worked as a copywriter and editor before moving to Japan. He is the proprietor of No-sword, a blog about Japanese language and culture.

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