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Reviews by Ben Sachs

Rashomon

by Akutagawa Ryunosuke

It's a good story.

Such a shame that there isn't

more Akutagawa stuff on the internets.

I borrowed a collection of his

short stories from a library and I
think I'll buy it to read some
of the stories again.

The brillance of this particular
story is based on the different
perspectives of the narrators.

Up to the very last moment
the reader can never be sure

whom to trust...

Reviewed on 2009.10.03

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