Iwaya Sazanami(1870-1933) was a prominent figure in modern Japanese children’s literature. He traveled to the colonial Sakhalin one time in his life, the main purpose of this journey being to give oral presentations of fairy tales to children in Sa...
The Haiku anthology Shina Jihen Sanzen Ku is the culmination of the tradition of war Haiku that flourished during the Second Sino-Japanese War. This anthology includes more than 3,000 haikus, with an almost equal number of Haiku from the front line ...
This paper re-examines the critical importance of Yuhi by Yangji Lee (1955-1992). It examines how this text, as a story of “words”, acquired much critical attention in its own era.
First, the paper points out that Yuhi is structured in such a wa...
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