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Grass for My Pillow by Saiichi Maruya, translated by Dennis Keene [in AsianWeek]

Grass for My PillowFirst published more than 35 years ago, Pillow follows the story of Shokichi Hamada, who escapes military service during World War II by fleeing to the countryside – and by doing so, commits one of the worst betrayals a Japanese citizen could against his country.

Review: “New and Notable APA Books,” AsianWeek, September 26, 2002

Readers: Adult

Published: 2002 (United States)


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