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Free eBook Saitō Ryokuu zenshū (Japanese Edition) download ISBN: 4480707018
Author: Ryokuu Saitō
Publisher: Chikuma Shobō; Shohan edition
Language: Japanese
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Saitō Masaru (斎藤 賢, 24 January 1868 – 13 April 1904), better known by his pen name Saitō Ryokuu (斎藤 緑雨), was a Japanese author and critic who lived during the Meiji Era.

Saitō Masaru (斎藤 賢, 24 January 1868 – 13 April 1904), better known by his pen name Saitō Ryokuu (斎藤 緑雨), was a Japanese author and critic who lived during the Meiji Era. His Dharma name was Shungyōin Ryokuu Suikaku Koji (春暁院緑雨醒客居士), which was chosen by Kōda Rohan. In 1896, with Mori Ōgai (森 鷗外) and Kōda Rohan (幸田 露伴), Ryokuu started a literary journal, Mezamashi gusa (めさまし草) in which Takekurabe (たけくらべ) by Higuchi Ichiyō (樋口 一葉) was met with high critical acclaim.

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Saitō Masaru (斎藤 賢, January 24, 1868 - April 13, 1904), better known by the pen name Saitō Ryokuu (斎藤 緑雨), was a Japanese author and critic who lived during the Meiji Era.

Saitō Ryokuu (es); 斎藤緑雨 (ja); Saitō Ryokuu (fr); Saitō Ryokuu (nl); Saitō Ryokuu (de); Saitō Ryokuu (ga); Saitō Ryokuu (en); ریوکو سایتو (fa); 斎藤綠雨, (zh); Saitō Ryokuu (ast) escritor japonés (es); জাপানি লেখক (bn); écrivain. japonais (fr); Jaapani kirjanik (et); Japanese writer (en); סופר יפני (he); Japans literatuurcriticus (1867-1904) (nl); escriptor japonès (ca); scriitor japonez (ro); japanischer Schriftsteller (de); كاتب ومؤلف ياباني (ar); shkrimtar japonez (sq); Japanese writer (en-ca); escritor xaponés (gl)

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Saitō Masaru, better known by his pen name Saitō Ryokuu, was a Japanese author and critic who lived during the . After Ichiyō died on November of that year, Ryokuu helped her mother and sister make a living although he was far from being well-off.

Saitō Masaru, better known by his pen name Saitō Ryokuu, was a Japanese author and critic who lived during the Meiji Era. His Dharma name was Shungyōin Ryokuu Suikaku Koji, which was chosen by Kōda Rohan. His literary friends include Kōtoku Shūsui (幸徳 秋水), Baba Kochō (馬場 孤蝶) and Yosano Tekkan (与謝野 鉄幹). Ryokuu was a distinguished aphorist, as well as one of the most outspoken critics. Collections of his aphorisms were published in the late 20th century.

Saitō Masaru, better known by his pen name Saitō Ryokuu, was a Japanese author and critic who lived during the Meiji Er. In 1904, the tuberculosis which had plagued Ryokuu for years worsened, and no medical care helped him recuperate. On his deathbed, he referred Ichiyō"s diaries, which he had hoped to publish, to Kochō, and dictated him his own obituary. He died in the morning of 13 April of the same year.

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