Natsuki Ikezawa

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Natsuki Ikezawa (池澤 夏樹?, Ikezawa Natsuki, born July 7, 1945[1] in Obihiro, Hokkaido) is a Japanese poet, novelist, essayist and translator.

He draws upon the relationship between civilization and nature in his writing, among other themes. Ikezawa translates a wide variety of writing, from contemporary Greek poetry to modern novels, and translates American literature into the Japanese language. He is also the father of voice actress Haruna Ikezawa.

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English translations
  • Still Lives (tr. Dennis Keene, Tokyo: Kodansha International, 1997)
  • A burden of flowers (tr. Alfred Birnbaum, Tokyo: Kodansha International, 2001)
  • On a Small Bridge in Iraq (tr. Alfred Birnbaum, Okinawa: Impala, 2003)
  • The Navidad Incident: The Downfall of Matías Guili (Haikasoru/VIZ Media, 2012), translation of Masiasu Giri no shikkyaku (マシアス・ギリの失脚) (1993)

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