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Junzō Shōno 庄野 潤三, Shōno Junzō, 9 February 1921 – 21 September 2009 was a Japanese novelist A native of Osaka, he began writing novels after World War II He won the 1954 Akutagawa Prize for his book Purusaido Shokei Poolside Scene Shōno's other award-winning books include Seibutsu Still Life, for which he won the Shinchosha literary prize, Yube no Kumo Evening Clouds, which was awarded the 1965 Yomiuri Prize, and Eawase Picture Cards which took the Noma literary prize
Shōno lived for one year in the United States in the late 1950s on a fellowship from the Rockefeller Foundation at Kenyon College in Ohio He later published a book, Gambia Taizaiki about his experiences at Kenyon
Shōno was made a member of the Japan Art Academy in 1978 He died of natural causes at his home in Kawasaki on September 21, 2009 Shōno was 88
- Kyodo News September 23, 2009 "Obituary: Junzo Shono" Newspaper article Japan Times Retrieved September 23, 2009
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