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CHARACTER STATS (BASIC/MAX)
精神
State of Mind
Somewhat Unstable
攻撃
Attack
131 / 971
防御
Defense
130 / 970
回避
Evasion
10 / 76
技術
Technique
42 / 322
天才
Talent
47 / 327

Aesthetics
42 / 322
主題
Theme
47 / 327
真実
Realism
40 / 320
PROFILE

微笑とも苦笑ともつかない笑いをたたえた青年。
才能があるのは確かなのだが、過去の経験からか自分を卑下する発言も多い。とはいえ、その感傷的な言葉は周囲を惹きつける魅力があるようだ。
友人である芥川龍之介との決定的な才能の違いを気にしており、彼を意図的に避けている。
小説だけでなく戯曲や俳句などにも造詣が深い。

A young man with a smile that is from neither joy nor suffering.
It's true that he got talents, but he often belittles himself out loud perhaps due to his past. Nevertheless, his maudlin words apparently are with charm that captivates people around him.
He takes to heart the difference in talents between him and his friend Akutagawa Ryuunosuke, and avoids the latter on purpose.
He is well-versed in not only novels but also dramas and haiku.


Trivia



  • He was a Japanese playwright, novelist and poet.
  • After his father, the headmaster of a primary school, committed suicide in 1897, Kume Masao lived with his mother in Kōriyama, in the Fukushima prefecture.
  • He began writing haikus and then turned to theatre before his graduation from Tokyo Imperial University. He notably wrote the play “The Milkman’s Younger Brother” (1914).
  • At the university Department of Literature, he was the disciple of Natsume Souseki, alongside Akutagawa Ryuunosuke and Kikuchi Kan. The three of them belonged to school literary journal Shinshichō (“New Currents of Thought”).
  • He wrote some novels too, such as “My Father's Death”, “Notes of a Student Examinee” (1916), “The Tiger” (1918) and “Shipwreck” (1922).
  • Kume suffered from high blood pressure much of his life, and died of a cerebral haemorrhage at the age of 61.
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