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Forgotten work by Japan Nobel laureate uncovered

A previously unknown short story by Japan's first Nobel Prize-winning author Yasunari Kawabata, best-known for the novel "Snow Country", has been uncovered by researchers decades after his death. Written early in his career, "Utsukushii!" ("Beautiful!") appeared in April and May 1927 in a newspaper in Fukuoka, western Japan, Takumi Ishikawa of Rikkyo University and his fellow researchers found, Ishikawa told AFP Monday.
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