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This biography about the life of Japanese literary master, Yasunari Kawabata, who wrote Snow Country and many other books, is full of facts, and yet is also a work of imagination.
"One night, after Grandfather relieved himself, Yasunari wrote in his diary, "I hear in the depths of the urine bottle the rushing sound of a pure mountain stream.""
Yasunari Kawabata lost his mother, his father, and his sister when he was very young. Then, his grandfather, who took care of him, also got sick and Yasunari looked after him until he died. His lonely early days did not limit him: Yasunari became a famous writer who won a Nobel prize in literature.