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Why can't Japanese kids appreciate the classics?

Every literature club does anything but discuss the use of metaphor in the Tale of Momotaro or the context of Homer's Iliad.
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>>101932804
>not knowing Aku No Hana and it's obsession with Renee Decartes
how new are you?
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>>101932804
私のディックを吸う。
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>>101932904
The real question is, how new are YOU?
>implying Aku No Hana is good, and doesn't smell like 5 month old summer harbour trash.
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>>101932964
>being so plebian that you can't recognize animus that dare to break new ground
I bet you watch Naruto
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>>101932804
吾輩は猫である(Wagahai wa neko dearu) is a classic and will be mentioned in any three-dimensional television show if there is a matter concerning literature.
Kind of a dumb thread anyways. Not like any other country does a very good job of connecting to its classics.



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