Synopses & Reviews
Written in 1904 by Soseki Natsume, the foremost novelist of the Meiji period, Botchan is the story of a simple, honest, and direct young man from Tokyo who teaches high school in the provinces.
Soseki enjoys a permanent and exalted place in Japanese literature
About the Author
Soseki Natsume (1867û1916) is widely considered to be the father of the Japanese novel. His novels include Inside My Glass Doors and I Am a Cat.