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About the Contributor A b OUT THE CONTRI b UTORS Jeffrey Angles is a professor of Japanese at Western Michigan University. His transla- tion awards include a Jap U a.S. F n– riendship Commission Prize and a Harold Morton Landon Award from the Academy of American Poets. He was the first American to win the Yomiuri Prize, for his own book of poems, Watashi no hizukehenkōsen (My International Date Line), written in Japanese. Ayukawa Nobuo (1920–1986) was drae ft d into the Japanese army in 1942. During the fighting in Sumatra, he was wounded and returned to Japan. Opposing the mil- itary government, he secretly gathered accounts of other Japanese who were against the regime, published as Ayukawa Nobuo senchu shuki (Wartime Notes of Ayukawa Nobuo). Along with Tamura Ryuichi, he was one of the founders of t ( h Wa e Ar st ec eh i Land) poetry group after the war. Dazai Osamu (1909–1948) gained national notoriety with work expressing the postwar crisis of despair and nihilism, as shown in the short story “Viyon no tsuma” (“Villion’s Wife”). In 194, h 7 e published the novel Sh ( ay e Th ō Setting Sun), and a year later the novel http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Manoa University of Hawai'I Press

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Manoa , Volume 29 (2) – Dec 21, 2017

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Copyright © 2008 University of Hawai'i Press.
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A b OUT THE CONTRI b UTORS Jeffrey Angles is a professor of Japanese at Western Michigan University. His transla- tion awards include a Jap U a.S. F n– riendship Commission Prize and a Harold Morton Landon Award from the Academy of American Poets. He was the first American to win the Yomiuri Prize, for his own book of poems, Watashi no hizukehenkōsen (My International Date Line), written in Japanese. Ayukawa Nobuo (1920–1986) was drae ft d into the Japanese army in 1942. During the fighting in Sumatra, he was wounded and returned to Japan. Opposing the mil- itary government, he secretly gathered accounts of other Japanese who were against the regime, published as Ayukawa Nobuo senchu shuki (Wartime Notes of Ayukawa Nobuo). Along with Tamura Ryuichi, he was one of the founders of t ( h Wa e Ar st ec eh i Land) poetry group after the war. Dazai Osamu (1909–1948) gained national notoriety with work expressing the postwar crisis of despair and nihilism, as shown in the short story “Viyon no tsuma” (“Villion’s Wife”). In 194, h 7 e published the novel Sh ( ay e Th ō Setting Sun), and a year later the novel

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