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Uchida Hyakken (1889-1971) was the author of over fifteen volumes of fiction, essays, diaries and poetry. An essay of his was adapted into the movie Madadayo, which was directed by Akira Kurosawa.
From the collection Realm of the Dead translated by Rachel DiNitto forthcoming from Dalkey Archive Press.
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