Katai Tayama

Katai Tayama. Katai Tayama (田山 花袋 ''Tayama Katai'', 22 January 1872 – 13 May 1930, born Rokuya Tayama) was a Japanese author. His most famous works include ''Inaka Kyōshi'' (田舎教師, "Rural Teacher," also translated "Country Teacher") and ''Futon'' (蒲団, also translated "The Quilt"). He is noted for establishing the Japanese literary genre of naturalistic ''I novels'' which revolve around the detailed self-examinations of an introspective author. He also wrote about his experiences in the Russo-Japanese War. Provided by Wikipedia
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    by Tayama, Katai, 1871-1930
    Published 1981
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