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No Longer Human

I read "No Longer Human" by Osamu Dazai. The literary style is a note written by a man who has lived a shameful life. The note starts when he was a child and ends when he becomes no longer human. Therefore, the story was gloomy but it matched reading on rainy days. When I was reading it, I associated it with "Convenience Store Women" because both are about people unfit for society. Additionally, both of the main characters have a strong point, which can be said their misfortune at the same time. His strength is he attracts many women, and her strength is she is suitable for working at the convenience store.
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No Longer Human
I reacently finished "No Longer Human" by Osamu Dazai.
Nothing wrong with your sentence, here's another way of phrasing it so it sounds more natural.
The literary style is a note written byIt is written from the perspective of a man who has lived a shameful life.
The notestory starts when he was a child and ends when he becomes no longer human.
Therefore, the story whas a gloomy but it matchedatmosphere and therefore perfect for reading on rainy days.
WThen I was reading it, I associated it with book reminds me of "Convenience Store Women" because both stories are about people unfit for society.
Additionally, both of the main characters have a strong point, which can be saids that can also bring theirm misfortune at the same time.
His strength is that he attracts many women, and her strength is that she is suitable forgreat at working at thefor convenience stores.
"Suitable" is a bit formal for the tone of your passage so I changed it to "great at" instead.

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