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Author: Maki Kaneko

away from a life of idiocy as my destiny and responsibility as a living [human], or for the sake of fulfi lling my days. 61 Murai draws our attention to the fact that, while declaring his sanity explicitly, Matsumoto gives symbolic meaning to a line. In another essay writ- ten at about the same

In: Mirroring the Japanese Empire
Author: Maki Kaneko

, motivated me to work on the topic of war, representation, and the male fi gure. A number of museums allowed me access to their collections and materials. Reita Hirase of Himeji City Museum of Art, Ikuma Hirota of Kōbe City Museum, Yoshiya Hashimoto of Setagaya Art Museum, and Tsutomu Mizusawa of the

In: Mirroring the Japanese Empire