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Trouble With Women Part III (1/2)

*This section of the story is longer than the previous two, so I’ll be posting it in two parts. Hope you continue to enjoy the story! ~苦栗鼠 By Kunikida Doppo (Tr. C E Zambrano) III (1/2) I had him sit … Continue reading

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Trouble With Women, Part II

By Kunikida Doppo (Tr. C E Zambrano) II In the summer of the same year, I rented a little house near the mountains in Kamakura and stayed there with my family to get away from the heat. One night the … Continue reading

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“Trouble With Women” (女難 jonan) by Kunikida Doppo: Part I

Hello all! It’s been over a year, but I’ve finally started up a new project! Some readers may remember, but my first translation here was a story by Kunikida Doppo called “The Bonfire“, and I’ve decided to return to his … Continue reading

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The Bonfire

*End Notes are located at the bottom of the page. Also please click here if you wish to have a look at the original. Aozora bunko is a great place for Japanese literature that is now in the public domain. 🙂 … Continue reading

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“Bonfire” by Kunikida Doppo (opening paragraph/sentence)

So I’ve been pretty busy and I’m still trying to figure out what I want to do next. I’m thinking of translating this story by Kunikida Doppo, a fantastic writer from the Meiji period of Japan (1868-1912). I read this … Continue reading

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