Fire from the Ashes: Short Stories about Hiroshima and Nagasaki
Readers International, 1985 - Literary Collections - 204 pages
Nobel Prize Laureate Winner Kenzaburo Oe selects and introduces nine compelling stories by japanese writers on the A-bomb and its aftermath in Japanese society from 1945 to today.
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Introduction Kenzaburo Oe
Summer Flower Tamiki Hara
The Land of Hearts Desire Tamiki Hara
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