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Fumiko Enchi

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Fumiko Enchi

Fumiko Enchi (1905–1986) was a Japanese novelist and literary critic. The daughter of a well-known Japanese literary scholar, she first wrote for the theater, later turning to novels and short stories. Onnazaka (The Waiting Years) was awarded the Noma Literary Prize in 1957. Her modern Japanese translation of the renowned classical Japanese novel The Tale of Genji received wide acclaim.

Articles by Fumiko Enchi

What I Wish For Myself
By Fumiko Enchi
Of Wonder's songs the saddest about the downfall of New York City played on a record player in Hester Street of Brecht's poems the most beautiful written in the Charité 2 days before his…
Translated from German by Gabriel Magaña Merlo
Metamorphosis
By Fumiko Enchi
But remember, no matter how upset you feel, you mustn't lose your composure.
Translated from Japanese by S. Yumiko Hulvey
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