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Modern Japanese Short Stories

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The translations in this collection first appeared in the Japan Quarterly (from Vol. II No. 1 through Vol. VI, No. 3), which for many years has followed the policy of including in each issue a short story of worth translated by the most experience English or American writers available.

Contents: Han's crime / Shiga Naoya; A bell in Fukagawa / Kawaguchi Matsutaro; Osan / Da
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Hardcover, Revised, 227 pages
Published March 1970 by Japan Publications, Inc. (first published July 1961)
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