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コーカサスの禿鷹 (Caucasus no Hagetaka)

コーカサスの禿鷹 (Caucasus no Hagetaka) by Yoshio Toyoshima
By: (1890-1955)

I recently finished reading a gripping and intense novel by Yoshio Toyoshima that takes place in the Caucasus region. The story follows a young man who finds himself caught in the midst of a dangerous political conflict between two opposing factions. As he navigates the treacherous landscape of deceit and betrayal, he must confront his own beliefs and values in order to survive.

Toyoshima's writing is both vivid and evocative, transporting the reader to the rugged and unforgiving terrain of the Caucasus. The characters are complex and multi-dimensional, each grappling with their own demons and motivations. The tension in the story is palpable, keeping me on the edge of my seat until the very end.

Overall, I found this book to be a thrilling and thought-provoking read. It delves into themes of power, loyalty, and the price of ambition. I highly recommend it to anyone who enjoys political thrillers or stories set in exotic locales. Yoshio Toyoshima has crafted a masterful tale that will stay with me long after I have turned the final page.

Book Description:
豊島与志雄 (1890-1955) は、『レ・ミゼラブル』や、『ジャン・クリストフ』の翻訳で知られている。しかし、多数の児童文学の作品を書いている。多作で、青空文庫には、300タイトル以上が登録されている。『コーカサスの禿鷹』は、禿鷹が一番高い山を探し求める話である。最後に、高い山がどれか分かった時、禿鷹は、雷に打たれ死んでしまうという結末を迎える。

TOYOSHIMA Yoshio is known as the translator for 'Les Misérables' and 'Jean Christophe', but he also wrote numerous books for children. There are more than 300 of his works registered at Aozora Bunko. 'The Vulture in the Caucasus' is a story where the vulture tries to locate the tallest mountain. When he finally finds the tallest mountain, he is hit by a thunderbolt.

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