It is known that Tamura Toshiko’s periodical Nü-Sheng (1942-45), which was supported by the Japanese military and Wang Jingwei’s puppet government, had a large proportion of contributing authors who were covert Communists.
I found reports on a ...
Akutagawa Ryunosuke’s later story “Spring Nights” (“Bungei Shunju”), published in September 1926, is a work that has not been much discussed. During his stay in his wife’s parents’ house in Kugenuma in 1926, from June 8th to the end of ...
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