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Aramata Hiroshi

Born in Tokyo in 1947. Graduated in Law from Keio University. Writer, translator and investigator for fantasy literature. Won 8th Nihon SF Taisho Award by "Teito Monogatari(Empire Capital Saga)".

novels:

"Teito Monogatari"
"Watashi no Ie(My Home)"
"Nishoku Jin no Yoru(Night of the Bicolor Men)"

translations:

"Conan the Conqueror" by Robert Howard(translated as Dan Seini)
"The House on the Borderland" by William Hope Hodgson
"The Ship of Ishtar" by Abraham Merritt

critiques:

"Bessekai Tuushin(Otherworld Correspondence)"
"Sekai Genso Sakka Jiten(World Fantasy Writers Encyclopedia)"
"Sekai Shimpigaku Jiten(World Occultism Encyclopedia)"

works on natural history:

"Sekai Dai Hakubutsu Zukan(Pictorial Guide for World Great Natural History)"
"Aqualist no Rakuen(Paradise of Aqualists)"

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