Why A 19th Century American Slave Memoir Is Becoming A Bestseller In Japan’s Bookstores

Horikoshi remembers when she first read the book. It was the summer of 2011, the same year that Japan experienced the Great Eastern earthquake which resulted in nearly 16,000 deaths and a nuclear meltdown. Horikoshi, who works for a large consulting firm …
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