夏目漱石-吾輩は猫である

In I Am a Cat, a supercilious, feline narrator describes the lives of an assortment of middle-class Japanese people: Mr. Sneaze[1] (“sneeze” is misspelled on purpose, but literally translated from Chinno Kushami (珍野苦沙弥), in the original Japanese) and family (the cat’s owners), Sneaze’s garrulous and irritating friend Waverhouse (迷亭 Meitei), and the young scholar Avalon Coldmoon (水島寒月 Mizushima Kangetsu) with his will-he-won’t-he courtship of the businessman’s spoiled daughter, Opula Goldfield (金田富子 Kaneda Tomiko).