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A recently discovered letter written by novelist Nagai Kafu shortly after the end of the war is providing a rare glimpse of his postwar hardships, experts and his publisher said Wednesday.

Kafu (1879-1959) is known for his lyrical portrayals of urban culture in the early 20th century, particularly the geisha and other denizens of the entertainment districts.

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