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Shiga Naoya
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Shiga Naoya (1974) by Francis Mathy. The most complete and readable biography of Shiga Naoya available in English.

A Dark Night's Passing (1976) by Shiga Naoya, the author of "Han's Crime." An English translation by Edwin McClellan of Shiga Naoya's 1937 full-length novel, which is a deeply autobiographical exploration of a Japanese writer's life and psyche.

The Paper Door and Other Stories (1987) by Shiga Naoya. An English translation by Lane Dunlop of a collection of short stories, including "Han's Crime," by Shiga Naoya.

"In A Grove" (1952) by Akutagawa Ryunosuke, Shiga Naoya's contemporary and rival. An English translation by Takashi Kojima of Akutagawa's 1917 short story which features unreliable narrators attempting to arrive at the truth behind a crime. Akutagawa also wrote Rashoman, which Akira Kurosawa made into a classic film.

Civilization and Its Discontents (1930) by Sigmund Freud. An in-depth exploration from the pioneer of psychoanalysis of how the unconscious...

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