Kazushige Abe

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Kazushige Abe (阿部 和重 Abe Kazushige?, born September 23, 1968 in Higashine, Yamagata[1]) is a contemporary Japanese writer.

In 2004 he was awarded the 132nd Akutagawa Prize for his book about a pedophile called Grand Finale and the Tanizaki Prize 2010 for Pistols. Abe was on the selection committee for the annual Super Dash Novel Rookie of the Year Award from 2001 through 2005.

Works[edit]

  • Amerika no yoru (アメリカの夜 Night in America). 1994. Kodansha. ISBN 978-4062730570
  • ABC sensou (ABC戦争 The ABC Wars). 1995. Kodansha. ISBN 978-4101377223
  • Indivijuaru purojekushon (インディヴィジュアル・プロジェクション Individual Projection). 1997. Shinchousha. ISBN 978-4101377216
  • Koushakufujin-tei no gogo no paatii (公爵婦人邸の午後のパーティー The Evening Party at the Princess's House). 1997. Kodansha.
  • Mujou no sekai (無情の世界 This Cruel World). 1999. Kodansha. ISBN 978-4101377230
  • Nipponia nippon (ニッポニアニッポン Nipponia Nippon). 2001. Shinchousha. ISBN 978-4101377247
  • Shinsemia (シンセミア Sinsemilla). 2003. Asahi Shinbun-sha. ISBN 978-4022643773
  • Gurando Finaare (グランド・フィナーレ Grand Finale). 2005. Kodansha. ISBN 978-4062757751
  • Purasutikku Souru (プラスティック・ソウル Plastic Soul). 2006. Kodansha. ISBN 978-4062102605
  • Misuteriasu Settingu (ミステリアス・セッティング Mysterious Soul). 2006. Asahi Shinbun-sha. ISBN 978-4022502445
  • Pisutoruzu (ピストルズ Pistols). 2010. Kodansha. ISBN 978-4062161169

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Kazushige Abe at J'Lit Books from Japan

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