Impressions of London by Natsume Soseki

The London Tower 

and all its ghosts give Mr

Natsume a book

Well, part of a book/diary idea.  The Tower of London is made up of his impressions of his life in London, where he spent two years at the beginning of the 20th century, and along with his recollections of not fitting in and living in different boarding houses for two years there is a bit of a ghostly element in his impressions of the Tower of London.     I`ll have more to say after I finish reading it.

I`ve discovered a few more Japanese and other authors through my new job.   Any job that helps you discover writers you might otherwise not discover, or at least not for a while, is a great job no?


Any thoughts? In haiku form or not?

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