Tanizaki jun-ichiro



/ˌtɑːniːˈzɑːkiː ˌdʒuːniːˈtʃiːrɔː/
noun
1.
1886–1965, Japanese novelist, whose works, such as Some Prefer Nettles (1929) and The Makioka Sisters (1943–48), reflect the tension between Western values and Japanese traditions

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