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Hori Tatsuo (28 December 190428 May 1953 was a writer, poet, and translator in Showa period Japan. He translated Apollinaire and Jean Cocteau, read and spread Gide, Proust, Rainer Maria Rilke and Mauriac.

One of his poems was inspired by Paul Valéry's Le Cimetière marin



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