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Author: Osamu Dazai
Book Format: Paperback
Original Title: No Longer Human
Number Of Pages: 176 pages
First Published in: July 25th 1948
Latest Edition: January 17th 1973
Language: English
Genres: Fiction, Cultural, Japan, Asian Literature, Japanese Literature, Classics, Literature,
Formats: audible mp3, ePUB(Android), kindle, and audiobook.

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Tiktok: Ijustwannasleep67
Absolutely amazing book... I first got into this because im a fan of the manga bungo stray dogs, but this book is its own story it has so much more depth when u pay attention to what he was was saying. I found this book quite relatable yet not at the same time like Yozo believed that he was not a human and inspected other humans, which for me I feel as if i am yet not human an i feel as if certain aren't human themselves and some are. Yozo also understood humans emotions when I tend to struggle with that.. overall amazing book would absolutely recommend 5/5
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Tiktok: Ijustwannasleep67
Absolutely amazing book... I first got into this because im a fan of the manga bungo stray dogs, but this book is its own story it has so much more depth when u pay attention to what he was was saying. I found this book quite relatable yet not at the same time like Yozo believed that he was not a human and inspected other humans, which for me I feel as if i am yet not human an i feel as if certain aren't human themselves and some are. Yozo also understood humans emotions when I tend to struggle with that.. overall amazing book would absolutely recommend 5/5
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Tiktok: Ijustwannasleep67
As a fan of the series bungo stray dog's, Dazai is my favorite character I adored this book and jt was quite relatable it gives you more of a insight of dazai's character and found this hit me on a deep level David stop looking over my shoulder when i'm typing this u idiot
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Keane
A very good book, and it was very relatable with my life tbh. I recommend buying the book too, it’s a nice book to have when not feeling too well. But please if you aren’t feeling good with life and is suicidal you should call the suicide hotline, or get some therapy.
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Keane
A very good book, and it was very relatable with my life tbh. I recommend buying the book too, it’s a nice book to have when not feeling too well. But please if you aren’t feeling good with life and is suicidal you should call the suicide hotline, or get some therapy.
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