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Brief author info: Tanizaki Junichiro (1886-1965) Japanese writer, novelist and essayist; a leading Japanese writer of his time, particularly of those publishing in Meiji era (before 1912); work considered innovative; popular with Western readers.
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The artist's imagination may wander far from nature. But as long as it is a living, moving power in his brain, isn't it just as real as any other natural phenomenon? The artist justifies his existence only when he can transform his imagination into truth.
Evil is only of this world. In the other world there is neither good nor evil; all there is, is beaut).
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