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Lives Of Literary Giants Get Wild New Spin In Latest Manga Creations

Posted at 10:52AM Sunday 02 Feb 2014

Literary giants have often been used as subject matter in manga, but nowadays, an increasing number of manga are focusing on the more mundane aspects of the great writers, such as their affairs of the heart and gustatory adventures.

asahi.com (via Literary Saloon)




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