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30 Questions for Honobu Yonezawa (From readers)

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When Even Though I’m Told I Now Have Wings was published, questions for Yonezawa-san were collected on a special website – and there were more than 400 of them. Here are 30 of the passionate exchanges between Yonezawa-san and the readers, that have not been presented before. Question 1: What is your favorite mystery from the Classics Club series? By the way, I personally find the mystery of the...

Ibara Mayaka’s Bookshelf

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Fukube Satoshi’s Bookshelf | Contents Note from Yonezawa-san: At the start, I added in books and novels for Mayaka’s studies, but after some serious consideration, I decided to daringly focus solely on manga. Narrowing it down based on categories like shoujo manga and old manga is something that even I would never do, so I made the bookshelf imagining that Mayaka would randomly read any...

Fukube Satoshi’s Bookshelf

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Chitanda Eru’s Bookshelf | Contents | Ibara Mayaka’s Bookshelf Note from Yonezawa-san: I thought it would be easy to decide on these books since Satoshi holds an interest in everything, but when I started making a rough list, I noticed that the books would not make up a mere superficial bookshelf, and that I’d given it a relatively high level of consideration. Also, I had the...

Chitanda Eru’s Bookshelf

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Oreki Houtarou’s Bookshelf | Contents | Fukube Satoshi’s Bookshelf (Source: Honobu Yonezawa and the Classics Club) Note from Yonezawa-san: Chitanda doesn’t seem like the type to read voraciously, but she has no difficulty at all reading long, advanced texts or translations. On the other hand, books like literature anthologies and classic anthologies would not belong to her, but would...

Oreki Houtarou’s Bookshelf

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Contents | Chitanda Eru’s Bookshelf (Source: Honobu Yonezawa and the Classics Club) Note from Yonezawa-san: While Oreki is written as not having read much mysteries, he is always reading a small paperback book in the club room. He often reads novels, but rather than taking on masterpieces and classic works as students usually do to supplement their education, he probably reads whatever he...

15-year walk with the Classics Club

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Since Hyouka was released in 2001, Yonezawa-san has walked on and progressed along with the <Classics Club>. Now that they have become “old friends”, we will cover the inside story behind the <Classics Club>, and talk about how it came to be, and where it will go. Interviewer: Takii Asayo Q: I heard that you started the <Classics Club> series in 1999, and that you...

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