Yoshio Toyoshima Edit Profile
Began writing even while he was studying French literature at Tokyo University. As a student together with Masao Kume, he edited a magazine titled Shinshicho (New Currents of Thought), in which his first novel Bokura-t-o-Kosui (We And The Lake) was published (1914).
After graduating he kept up his literary output even though he was appointed instructor of French at Hosei and Tokyo universities. A prolific writer his works, include, "If I Live," "The Ideal Woman," "Prosperity of Man" and many translations of French classics into Japanese.
Toyoshima Yoshio (Nihon gensō bungaku shūsei)
If I Live
The Ideal Woman
Prosperity of Man
- Toyoshima Yoshio (Nihon gensō bungaku shūsei)