In this book, Gaston Bonaparte, ironically a descendant of Napoleon, arrives in Tokyo as the guest of a typically middle-class, materialistic Japanese family. Gas, however, is irresistibly drawn to victims, to the downtrodden in Japanese society and he nourishes them with compassion.
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