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Kokoro Setting & Symbolism

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Kamakura

Kamakura is where Soseki is enjoying his summer holiday when he sees Sensei for the first time.

Tokyo

Called Yedo at the time of Soseki's birth, Tokyo is the city where the young men in the novel attend college and university. When Soseki's father believes he is close to dying, Soseki attempts to buoy his spirits by telling him he has a new Tokyo to explore when he is well.

Sensei's Family Home

Although the home has been in Sensei's family for generations, Sensei sells it when he learns about his uncle's deceit.

Ueno

Soseki and Sensei are taking a walk in Ueno during flowering season when a very affectionate couple draws their attention. Soseki makes an amused comment about them causing Sensei to lecture him on love. Soseki mentions that he will never forget the conversation they experienced on that beautiful day. When they walk a...

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