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Wandering Heart: The Work. The numerous translations (including the valuable essays in the appendix) are accurate and fluent, often quite moving. The argument is clear and serves the author s stated purpose of defining Hayashi Fumiko s principal techniques and themes and placing them in a context of her life and historico cultural moment.
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Wandering Heart: The Work and Method of Hayashi Fumiko (SUNY . Fessler says that Fumiko is not a writer "who loses much in translation.
Wandering Heart: The Work and Method of Hayashi Fumiko (SUNY Press, 1998) employs a thematical narrative to weave together major events in Fumiko’s life and show their effect on her voluminous output. The very best of Fumiko, says Fessler, belongs in the literary canon of Japanese literature. Professor Fessler’s eminently readable book explores new territory in the field of modern Japanese literature and sets a new higher standard of scholarship on Hiyashi Fumiko," said James Hargett, chair of the Department of East Asian Studies.
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