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Sugawara Katsumi

Sugawara Katsumi was imprisoned during World War II for opposing the Japanese military regime. In the 1960s he became a key member of the “Archipelago” Poetry Group, and created a poetry jounral titled “P” which he edited until he died in 1988. (1996)

AGNI has published the following work by Sugawara Katsumi:

An Acacia Sapling (translated from the Japanese by Arthur Binard)
Milk and a Hamburger (translated from the Japanese by Arthur Binard)
Rape Blossoms (translated from the Japanese by Arthur Binard)

and read more

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