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Shuichi Yoshida
After graduating from the Faculty of Business Administration of Hosei University, Shuichi Yoshida(1968-) won the 84th Bungakukai Prize for New Writers in 1997 for Saigo no Musuko (The Last Son), which marked his debut as a novelist. He was also nominated for the 117th Akutagawa Prize for the same novel. Yoshida has acute antennae spread out in the modern society to look at the young people living in the city with author's eyes. His novel, Paredo (Parade), a story about a group of young people, was made into a movie released in February 2010.
1977 Bungakukai Prize for New Writers, for Saigo no Musuko (The Last Son)
2002 Yamamoto Shugoro Prize, for Paredo (Parade)
2002 Akutagawa Prize, for Paku Raifu (Park Life)
2007 Osaragi Jiro Prize and Mainichi Publishing Culture Prize, for Akunin (Evildoer)