Original author: Seiko Tanabe
Translated by: Matthew Rutsohn
Unable to get around without a wheelchair, a young woman named Josee leads a solitary, housebound existence. Her key to the outside world is her friend Tsuneo, a recent college graduate and her so-called “caretaker.” The titular story, “Josee, the Tiger and the Fish,” depicts the precarious, at times sensual relationship that blossoms between these two young people still learning what it means to be happy. This anthology also includes eight short tales centering on working women and their myriad loves and partings sure to stir the heart and soul.
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