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The Gate (門 Mon) is a Japanese novel written in 1910 by Natsume Sōseki. It was a commercial success when published in Japan. Multiple English translations have been published, including a 1990 edition translated by Francis Mathy and a 2013 edition translated by William F. Sibley. Pico Iyer wrote the introduction for the 2013 edition, which was published by New York Review Books.

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  • The Gate (門 Mon) is a Japanese novel written in 1910 by Natsume Sōseki. It was a commercial success when published in Japan. Multiple English translations have been published, including a 1990 edition translated by Francis Mathy and a 2013 edition translated by William F. Sibley. Pico Iyer wrote the introduction for the 2013 edition, which was published by New York Review Books.
  • The Gate (門, Mon) is a Japanese novel written in 1910 by Natsume Sōseki. It was a commercial success when published in Japan. Multiple English translations have been published, including a 1990 edition translated by Francis Mathy and a 2013 edition translated by William F. Sibley. Pico Iyer wrote the introduction for the 2013 edition, which was published by New York Review Books.
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  • The Gate (門 Mon) is a Japanese novel written in 1910 by Natsume Sōseki. It was a commercial success when published in Japan. Multiple English translations have been published, including a 1990 edition translated by Francis Mathy and a 2013 edition translated by William F. Sibley. Pico Iyer wrote the introduction for the 2013 edition, which was published by New York Review Books.
  • The Gate (門, Mon) is a Japanese novel written in 1910 by Natsume Sōseki. It was a commercial success when published in Japan. Multiple English translations have been published, including a 1990 edition translated by Francis Mathy and a 2013 edition translated by William F. Sibley. Pico Iyer wrote the introduction for the 2013 edition, which was published by New York Review Books.
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