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— by John Williams: Like many great and prolific writers, Yukio Mishima divided his time. His best novels, including the Sea of Fertility tetralogy, were sweeping works tinged with his nationalist right-wing politics but also full of universal profundity. These are the types of books that made him a three-time nominee for the Nobel Prize in Literature…

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