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A crane framed by a moonlit windowsill. A family hike, and the arguments and nihilism that ensue. A poet dissolving into the mist.

These are some of the moments that make up “The Man Without Talent,” a compelling work from one of Japan’s masters of literary manga, Yoshiharu Tsuge. With the release of “The Swamp” last year, and “The Man Without Talent” in January (both translated by Ryan Holmberg), Tsuge is finally coming alive for English readers.

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