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Japan's literati impervious to politics

TOKYO -- Bookworms across Northeast Asia seem indifferent to the region's political fights.

     Literary works by popular contemporary Japanese authors such as Keigo Higashino and Kotaro Isaka are being translated quickly and sold in South Korea, China and Taiwan.

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