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The Edgar Allan Poe of Japan - Some Tales by Edogawa Rampo - With Some Stories Inspired by His Writings
 平成23・2011年 Fantasy and Horror Classics
 21.5センチ×14センチ 66ページ 7.24ドル

The Boy who Drew Cats
 Lafcadio Hearn
 p1-6
The Hell of Mirrors
 Edogawa Rampo
 p7-17
The Caterpillar
 Edogawa Rampo
 p18-31
The Red Stockade
 A Story Told by the Old Coastguard
 p32-45
The Human Chair
 Edogawa Rampo
 p46-59
Lafcadio Hearn
 p61-63
Edogawa Rampo
 p64-65

Edogawa Rampo

 Hirai Tarô (better known by his pseudonym, Edogawa Rampo) was born in Mie, Japan in 1894. Rampo studied economics at Waseda University, graduating in 1916 and going on to work in a variety of odd jobs. A great admirer of western mystery writers, he modelled his pen-name after Edger Allan Poe – 'Edogawa Rampo' said very quickly sounds like the American author's name – and began to write his own detective fiction. His literary break came in 1923, when Shin Seinen magazine published his story 'The Two-Sen Copper Coin'. It was the first time the magazine had ever published a Japanese author, and the story was popular with readers.

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