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I think おかけで, かつと, and そしで are most plausibly explained as misprints. They don't generally occur, and this novel is too recent (written in 1987) to make comparisons to historical kana orthography. Although it's possible that バック too is a misprint, another explanation seems plausible to me in this case. In Japanese, a phenomenon called rendaku or ...


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It's not. It's often written in kanji and what you are seeing may just be coincidences. Of course it doesn't have to be, and there are times when it's not, but this doesn't mean that it's "typically" written without kanji. I do not believe that there is any difference in nuance between choosing to use kanji and choosing not to. It's possible that using only ...



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