A Woman with Demons: The Life of Kamiya Mieko
Kamiya Mieko, the Japanese writer, psychiatrist, professor, and mystic, was a far more complex and intriguing figure than her popular image as a philanthropic doctor for leprosy patients suggests. a Woman with Demons corrects the myths about Kamiya's life
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Page vii - Press who worked towards publication of this book. I would like to express my sincere thanks to all of...
Page vi - Without his kind cooperation this biography would never have been written. I would also like to express my indebtedness to Ms Sumikawa Midori, the niece of Nomura Kazuhiko, who figures prominently in this biography, for kindly allowing me to read a substantial part of the "diary" he left at his premature death.