This collection of short stories features the most up-to-date and exciting writing form the most popular and celebrated authors in Japan today. These wildly imaginative and boundary-bursting stories reveal fascinating and unexpected personal responses to the changes raging through today’s Japan. Along with some of the world’s most renowned Japanese authors, Digital Geishas and Talking Frogs includes many writers making their English-language debut.
|notes:||Contents: The floating forest by Natsuo Kirino, The bonfire by Toshiyuki Horie, Ikebukuro West Gate Park by Ira Ishida, To Khabarovsk by Yoko Tawada, As told by a nocturnal witness by Jungo Aoki, Super-frog saves Tokyo by Haruki Murakami, The diary of a mummy by Masahiko Shimada, The female novelist by Maki Kashimada, Tsunami by Keichiiro Hirano, The sea by Yoko Ogawa, The no-fathers club by Tomoyuki Hoshino, Delila by Hitomi Kanehara, My slightly crooked brooch by Noboru Tsujihara. introduction by Pico Iyer.|
Social life and customs
|publisher:||Cheng & Tsui|
|english publication date:||2011|
|description:||xiv, 240 p. ; 23 cm.|
|related:||Contemporary Asian literature series|